Archive | November, 2016

Addams students participate in powerful assembly

Stereotypes, the effects of bullying, and the importance of asking for help if needed for oneself or a friend were just a few of the topics tackled during an all-school assembly at Addams Junior High Nov. 21 led by performing troupe MWAH! – Messages Which Are Hopeful.

Schaumburg company CEO, CFO arrested on fraud charges

The chief executive of a Schaumburg-based consulting firm is facing federal charges alleging he intentionally misrepresented the firm’s cash flow and concealed its liabilities in filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, authorities said Wednesday. Nandu Thondavadi, 62, of North Barrington, was arrested Wednesday morning on charges of wire fraud, making false statements to […]

Backyard makeover winners selected

Most people are realists. If they enter a contest, they might spend a few minutes daydreaming about how nice it would be if they won, but they don’t count their chickens before they are hatched, so to speak.

No challenger emerges in Hoffman Estates mayoral race

Hoffman Estates Mayor William McLeod remained uncontested Monday in his bid for a fifth elected term as candidate filing closed for a potential Feb. 28 village primary. Four trustee candidates will vie for three available seats on the Hoffman Estates v…

Weekend picks: Face Time Police, Villains play Kollision Con in Bloomingdale

Schaumburg brothers Brian and James Serra — better known as the masked duo Face Time Police — and Des Plaines-based industrial rock band V Is for Villains are featured performers at this weekend’s Kollision Con, an anime, cosplay, gaming and hobbyist convention at the Hilton Chicago Indian Lakes Resort in Bloomingdale. Face Time Police plays […]

Images: Friday Night Holiday Happenings in the Suburbs

A young boy stares up at the Christmas tree during Schaumburg’s annual holiday tree lighting ceremony outside the Prairie Center for the Arts building Friday night. Haines Middle School student Jonah Maxwell flips the switch at the St. Charles lighting ceremony Friday at the First Street Plaza to start the holiday festivities.

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