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04/03/14 Pet mill ban proposed for Cook County suburbs
By Melissa Silverberg - A proposed puppy mill ban announced by Cook County Commissioner John Fritchey on Wednesday would apply to at least 13 pet stores in the Chicago suburbs, including in Arlington Heights and Hoffman Estates. Under the Cook County Companion Animal &... FULL STORY
04/02/14 Arlington Heights to hold meeting on TIF district proposal
By Melissa Silverberg - Arlington Heights will hold a public hearing Wednesday night to discuss plans and a timeline for the proposed new Tax Increment Financing district in the Hickory-Kensington area of town. The area -- defined by Dryden Avenue to the east, Miner... FULL STORY
04/01/14 District 214 launches Twitter contest among schools
By Melissa Silverberg - Northwest Suburban High School District 214 is pitting its six high schools and three alternative programs against one another in a Twitter tournament. The two-week contest is part of an effort to engage students, staff, alumni and the community... FULL STORY
04/01/14 New sushi restaurant planned for Arlington Heights
By Melissa Silverberg - Another sushi restaurant may soon be coming to Arlington Heights. Plans for 5th Avenue Sushi, 138 E. Rand Road, received unanimous approval from Arlington Heights' plan commission last week and the restaurant's owners will appear before... FULL STORY
03/31/14 Arlington Heights moms raise money, awareness for rare kids' disease
By Melissa Silverberg - Two Arlington Heights moms are working together to raise money and awareness to fight neurofibromatosis, a little-known disease affecting both their small children. "(Ben and Audrey) have a long way ahead of them, so if we can start some... FULL STORY
03/29/14 Suburban entrepreneurs build tea business from the leaf up
By Melissa Silverberg - Patrick Tannous and Dan Klein, both 25 of Arlington Heights, founded Tiesta Tea in 2010 while still in college. Now the loose leaf tea is sold in more than 3,500 restaurants and grocery stores across the country. "It shows that if you put your... FULL STORY
03/28/14 Dawn Patrol: Guilty plea in street racing death; millionaire tax
By Melissa Silverberg - Guilty plea in Gurnee street-racing death. Illinois House panel moves new tax on millionaires. State police to do safety checks honoring Vernon Hills trooper. Zion man charged with Waukegan bomb threat. Elgin councilwoman among 8 candidates for... FULL STORY
03/27/14 Arlington Hts. teen triplets work as election judges
By Melissa Silverberg - Voters at Riley Elementary School in Arlington Heights may have thought they were seeing triple while voting on Election Day earlier this month. They were seeing Mary, Theresa and Frances Ponicki. The triplets spent the day at the polling place as... FULL STORY
03/27/14 Zion man charged in Waukegan bomb threat
By Melissa Silverberg - [No Paragraph Style]NewsA Zion man has been charged after walking into the Secretary of State's office in Waukegan on Thursday morning and claiming he had a bomb, police said. The man did not have an explosive and no one was injured. Jose... FULL STORY
03/26/14 Colon cancer survivor promotes awareness, screenings
By Melissa Silverberg - After more than 15 years as a gastrointestinal nurse, Sasha Stefanov never thought she would become the patient. But, a bout with colon cancer last year changed her perspective on her job and life. Now healthy, the Buffalo Grove nurse is spending... FULL STORY
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