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Northwest Community Hospital (NCH) Foundation trustee Gary Dorn (left) met up with NCH radiation oncologist Philip Lobo, MD, at last month’s President’s Circle dinner. Announced at this annual event for hospital donors at the $1,000 and up level, Dorn’s $100,000 charitable gift to the Radiation Oncology department will help Dr. Lobo and his colleagues obtain the most advanced tools for fighting cancer. The goal of the Foundation’s Radiation Oncology Campaign is to raise $1.9 million in charitable gifts to both purchase a new CT scanner and renovate the Cancer Services waiting area. So far, $1,035,000 has been raised toward the goal. To learn how you can contribute to this ongoing campaign, which will benefit the more than 1,000 patients treated at NCH each year, call the NCH Foundation at 847.618.4260. Special naming opportunities exist for large commitments. For information on President’s Circle membership, visit www.nch.org/pc.
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President’s Circle leader Gary Dorn pledges $100,000 to NCH Cancer Services

More than a decade ago, Northwest Community Hospital (NCH) Foundation trustee Gary Dorn helped establish the Foundation’s President’s Circle giving society for those who make … Read more ›

2012 Celebrate Life Celebrants - Five Years Stong
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Cynthia Barth of Schaumburg Celebrating Five Years of Survivorship

On Friday, June 8, 2012, 81 five-year cancer survivors from around the country were greeting by a 40 ft walk down a red carpet surrounded … Read more ›

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Christina Fraser Joins Koenig & Strey Real Living's Schaumburg Office

MAY 2012 – Christina Fraser has joined the Schaumburg Office of Koenig & Strey Real Living as a Broker Associate according to Vice President and … Read more ›

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Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital welcomes new doctors in May

Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital strives to provide the best possible healthcare to our community and surrounding area. We are proud to welcome Bency Kurian, MD; … Read more ›

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Why my mom is the best

My mom is the best because she stood by me during the worst summer in my entire life. She was my rock and more importantly … Read more ›

The first photo of Sen. Mark Kirk was released Tuesday, three months after the Illinois Republican suffered a stroke. (Handout) (Office of Sen. Mark Kirk / April 24, 2012)

First photo of U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk since stroke is released

More than three months after he suffered a large stroke, Sen. Mark Kirk was shown in a photo released today by the Rehabilitation Institute of … Read more ›

Rick Lindy at the 2011 Dustin Villarreal Scholarship Benefit Concert
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Villarreal Scholarships Touch Graduates' Lives in Many Ways

Since 2007, the Dustin Villarreal Memorial Scholarship has made attending college a little easier for 12 Geneva High School graduates. The honor that five of … Read more ›

Kim and Khloe Kardashian blow kisses to the crowd at Sears April 20. (Heather Leszczewicz/TribLocal)

Kim and Khloe Kardashian come to town

It was a madhouse at the Woodfield Mall Sears April 20 when reality TV stars Kim and Khloe Kardashian, along with their mother Kris Jenner, … Read more ›

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Jennie Jacala-Albert Joins Koenig & Strey Real Living's Schaumburg Office

April, 2012 – Jennie Jacala-Albert has joined the Schaumburg Office of Koenig & Strey Real Living as a Broker Associate according to Vice President and … Read more ›

Employees of Preferred Hair Salon in Schaumburg honor stylist Jose Moran at a ceremony at the Hoffman Estates Police Department Wednesday. Moran, seated with 82-year-old Joan Ludovice, is being credited with helping save the woman's life after she suffered a series of small strokes. (Jim Jaworski/Tribune)

Hero hair stylist honored with key to Hoffman Estates

Jose Moran doesn’t consider himself a hero, but the Hoffman Estates Police Department sure does. Moran, a 50-year-old Schaumburg resident, was honored in a ceremony … Read more ›