I am sure I have mentioned at some point in the past that I am not particularly a big fan of making New Year’s resolutions. That is because people say that they intend to make these changes before the new year starts, and within no time, they are no longer interested in keeping their […]
Archive | December, 2018
Sophia writes about Middle Level Makerspace Project Development Time at Lincoln Prairie.
Check out our 2018 Q4 Newsletter: The Hope Connection!
Aditi S. writes about Keller boys basketball.
Schaumburg police are continuing to investigate a hit-and-run that damaged two cars parked in front of a house on Christmas night Tuesday.
Less than a week after one Schaumburg mayoral candidate barely survived an objection to his nominating petition, another has announced his voluntary withdrawal from the April 2 race to succeed 32-year incumbent Al Larson.
Ananya writes about how a chance encounter led to the Mead custodian visiting a study hall every Friday to teach the students sign language.
There’s still time to get your peppermint fix at Stan’s Donuts & Coffee; Schaumburg’s honeygrow adds new bowls and salads; Fry the Coop gets even hotter, this week on the suburban dining scene.
Dolls, coloring books, construction sets and a cowboy costume — traditional toys top the wish lists of some suburban kids who spoke to us while waiting to whisper in Santa’s ear at Woodfield Mall.
Aishani writes about Frost boys basketball, students encouraging other students, the school’s Veterans Day dinner and technology in the classroom.