Schaumburg trustees have approved a requirement for alarm systems at all six of the village’s hookah lounges that would automatically activate their ventilation systems when carbon monoxide levels exceed the legal limit.
Archive | January, 2019
Former Chicago Bulls and NBA star Metta World Peace will be the guest honoree when the Arlington Heights-based Illinois Commission on Diversity & Human Relations hosts its 51st annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Remembrance & Commemoration Dinner.
Due to the dangerously cold wind chill, District 54 is cancelling all after-school and evening activities today, Jan. 29. This does not include the after-school childcare programs at our schools run by the park districts and YMCA. In addition, District 54 schools and the Rafferty Center will be closed on Wednesday, Jan. 30 and Thursday, […]
On the suburban dining scene: In honor of Chinese New Year, Big Bowl will be plating good luck foods Feb. 1-7. Plus, don’t miss Long Grove’s Cocoa Crawl Saturday and Naperville Restaurant Week, which ends Feb. 7.
After more than nine months of planning and discussion, Hoffman Estates officials appear ready to sign off on a massive redevelopment of the shuttered former AT&T campus along the Jane Addams Tollway.
Today’s recipient of a $100 bill through the Believe Project is Katherine Seger of Schaumburg. Here is an excerpt of her story …
In Canada alone, one in five of us will experience mental health difficulties this year: looking after our minds is as important as looking after our bodies. Many of us are familiar with the importance of good nutrition and spending time outdoors to keep our mental health in good condition, but the importance of a clean home environment is […]
State Rep. Michelle Mussman, a Democrat from Schaumburg, will serve as chairwoman of the Illinois House Elementary and Secondary Education School Curriculum and Policies Committee in the upcoming legislative session, her office announced this week.
Guest post submission by Jayna Nickert, MFT on behalf of Focus Essentials: January is Mental Wellness Awareness Month, and that means that we’re all being a bit more mindful of the impact our daily routines have on our overall mental health. As we all know, mental illness is on the rise not just in Canada, but […]
Lots of people have been “Tidying Up With Marie Kondo” on Netflix, and the result creates a rush at secondhand stores such as the Clothes Mentor store in Arlington Heights.