Archive | August, 2016

Arlington Heights dialysis center closed after flood

An Arlington Heights dialysis center is closed for a few days after rainwater leaked inside as roof repairs were being done, officials said Tuesday. A manager at DaVita Arlington Heights Renal Center, 17 W. Golf Road, said Monday’s “deluge of rain” flooded the office after crews working on the shopping center’s roof removed its membrane.

District 54 shares Fine Arts at Septemberfest

School District 54 will highlight its fine arts program during the annual Schaumburg Septemberfest celebration on Labor Day weekend. District 54 student musicians will perform on the Daily Herald Stage Saturday through Monday. Saturday, Sept. 3 Eisenhower, Keller and Mead Eighth-Grade Orchestra: 2:30 p.m. Keller Eighth-Grade Band: 3:15 p.m. Addams Eighth-Grade Band: 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 4 […]

Charges reduced in Buffalo Grove woman’s slaying

Authorities are reducing the severity of the charges against a man accused in the fatal May 1 shooting of a Buffalo Grove woman along a Wisconsin interstate, citing the defendant’s mental health issues. Zachary Hays, 21, pleaded not guilty Monday to the lesser charge of first-degree reckless homicide by reason of mental disease or defect, […]

Schaumburg library offers history programs

Battling November storms and paddling handmade canoes, 24 explorers journeyed 3,300 miles in 1976 to re-enact the 17th century expedition of French Explorer René-Robert Cavelier La Salle. Their epic journey, detailed in a book by author Lorraine…

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