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Discovery Language Programs, a Chicago-based organization, gears at providing foreign language enrichment programs to young students who want more out of their free time in the summer.
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This Summer Give Your Child A Taste of Japan Without Leaving The Country

CHICAGO, IL. June 15th, 2012: Want your child to experience a different culture without worrying about thousands of dollars spent on booking air tickets, hotels … Read more ›

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Volunteers Needed!

Want to do a lot of good with a little of your time? Volunteer! Come to one of our American Cancer Volunteer Orientation sessions to … Read more ›

Tim Sheehan speaks during a Trauma Day panel at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge (Jennifer Delgado/Tribune)

Former Arlington Heights cop shares traumatic accident with students

Six years later, Timothy Sheehan, 55, doesn’t remember much about the car accident that changed his life. The Arlington Heights cop was stopped at a … Read more ›

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Celebrate at Arlington Park by knowing your local history

To celebrate the Quasquicentennial, Arlington Park has put together a quiz for Arlington Heights students, junior high through high school. Answer the questions on the … Read more ›

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Willow House Celebrates Volunteer Appreciation Week

Willow House volunteers gather around a large Thank You card signed by children & families. They spent the morning at the center recently to enjoy … Read more ›

Matrimonial Attorney James M. Hagler
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False Report to Department of Children & Family Services – Be Aware!

By: James M. HaglerThe Law Offices of Jeffery M. Leving, Ltd. (http://dadsrights.com) A new Illinois law, effective January 1, 2012, makes it a crime for … Read more ›

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Harper Certificate Offers New Employment for Animal Lovers

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of veterinary assistants is expected to grow 14 percent from 2010 to 2020, adding thousands of jobs … Read more ›

Jack Jones created a light-up hamster ball that also plays music and won a trip to Rochester, NY to compete in the national Young Entrepreneurs Academy investor event April 3. (Michelle Stoffel/Tribune)

Teen wins funding for Rock and Roll Hamster Ball business, trip to NY

Jack Jones loves animals and unique inventions, two qualities that led him to invent the Rock and Roll Hamster Ball, which lights up and plays … Read more ›

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Arlington Heights Garden Club Scholarship

The Arlington Heights Garden Club has awarded academic scholarships to 19 outstanding students since 2003. This year a $1500 scholarship will be awarded to a … Read more ›

Kathy Motlagh and Sara Motlagh
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Think Virtues to Host Educational Seminar at Midtown Athletic Club

Think Virtues, a comprehensive program aiming to assist parents and educators in teaching children moral character, will be hosting an educational seminar at Midtown Athletic … Read more ›