SCHAUMBURG, Ill: Making resolutions for a healthier year in 2018? The American Veterinary Medical Association is recommending that you include your pets in your New Year’s resolutions as well. To help lead a healthier and happier year together in 2018, Dr. Mike Topper, president of the AVMA, recommends pet owners commit to helping their pets […]
Archive | December, 2017
Laugh in the New Year with Steve Trevino or Gina Brillon. Or revel in great 20th-century pop hits from Chubby Checker and Martha Reeves and the Vandellas at the Genesee Theatre.
Tina Abbott and her husband, Chuck, work out together during a Boot Camp class at Schaumburg Park District’s Community Recreation Center. The couple wants to continue maintaining good fitness habits in 2018 and set a positive example for their children.
According to a new ranking, a Chicago suburb is one of the best places in the United States to raise a family. That ranking, issued by Money Magazine, says that Villa Park is the eighth-best place to raise a family in the U.S. The magazine cites the city’s local amenities , low crime rates, and […]
The seafood brunch buffet will be available from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on New Year’s Eve at Reel Club in Oak Brook. Do you have plans yet to ring in the New Year? If not, here are some ideas of suburban restaurants and clubs hosting New Year’s Eve parties and New Year’s Day brunches.
Citizenship, reading and English as a second language classes will begin in January at the Schaumburg Township District Library’s locations in Schaumburg and Hanover Park. All classes are free, but require registration at the first session.
Snow floated down from the domed ceiling of the Ice Palace, the staging area where children waited among videos and other diversions for their turn to whisper wishes to Santa, at Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg. Santa himself said the lines were shorter t…
A former employee of a northwest suburban high school has been charged with stealing more than $80,000 from the school district. Denise Bazsali, 54, of Schaumburg, was charged in Cook County Circuit Court Friday with felony theft, authorities said.
Depression is the most common illness in the United States, affecting over 40 million adults, or over 18% of the population every year. There are different types of treatments, but did you know our four-legged furry friends can help too? Your brain needs serotonin to create feelings of well-being and happiness, and being around […]
Robby Graham writes about the conclusion of the Frost boys basketball season.