Hawaiian authorities are trying to identify whether a body found floating in the Wailuku River in Hilo is that of a missing Schaumburg woman. Kelly Mrowinski, a traveling nurse, was reported as having been swept away by a flash flood on the island of H…
Archive | February, 2018
The third member of an organized retail theft ring that targeted stores across the suburbs pleaded guilty to retail theft. In exchange for her guilty plea, Natsasa Petrov, 37, was sentenced to 60 days in jail and 24 months of probation Monday.
Community members are invited to provide feedback on Spanish instructional materials under consideration for adoption in School District 54 for use in junior high World Language programs.
Perhaps the noisy campaign season leading to the March 20 primary election is the best time to be reminded how much of society’s work is done not by politicians and salaried staff, but by volunteers. The village of Schaumburg is again seeking nominations of adults, students and organizations to recognize and honor at its 31st […]
Rylee J. interviews a student about her class’s field trip to Gigi’s Playhouse – and shares some great photos.
Eighteen sets of young twins — with a few siblings thrown in — gathered Tuesday morning for a group photo with the Easter Bunny at Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg. With all the twins under the age of 2, a certain amount of mood choreography was called f…
Live Events to be held in Schaumburg, IL and New Orleans, LA, with participation at all Nine Locations Across the Country / EIN News / — Chicago, IL, Feb. 27, 2018 — Every year, Martin Lawrence Galleries , the nation’s preeminent network of fine art galleries specializing in unique paintings, drawings, sculpture and limited-edition graphics, […]
Hoffman Estates firefighters continue to investigate the causes of a pair of unrelated fires at a house and a garage in recent days. The house fire was reported at 3:40 a.m. Friday, on the 200 block of Flagstaff Drive.
Ryan K. writes about the “Be Addams” assemblies that celebrate students and teachers.
The Schaumburg Township District Library will collect five types of personal care items to be placed in care kits for the food pantries in Schaumburg Township Elementary District 54, as well as the Schaumburg Township Food Pantry. The collection will r…