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January 21, 2013 Salon Cosmetique, part of the cosmetology training program at Vatterott College, opens its doors on Monday, January 28. This new
Two new faces greeted the students at Mount Prospects Lincoln Middle School and Fairview Elementary when the school year opened in late August. Jason Kaiz and Daniel Ophus are the new principals at Lincoln and Fairview, respectively. Both worked as
Pascack Valley Community Life The Westwood Mayor and Council is considering an ordinance that would change the borough's Shade Tree Committee to a commission. At the Sept. 4 council meeting, John Anlian, a Fairview -based attorney retained by the
Ill. (AP) — House Speaker John Boehner (BAY'-nur) is comparing Republican Mitt Romney's choice of a running mate to John Kennedy, the Massachusetts Democrat who won the White House in 1960. The Ohio Republican says Wisconsin Rep.
Steamboat Springs On their vacant plot of land that hugs Emerald Mountain, Samantha Rabesa and her husband, Eric, want to someday build their forever home. We love its location to downtown and the small-town feel of the neighborhood, Samantha
A judge will decide at a hearing Wednesday morning whether to continue an order prohibiting the City Council from acting on the proposed Interstate 64 project at Ruby Lane...Clair County Circuit Judge Robert Haida granted Ward 4 Alderwoman Linda
I-64; accident closes eastbound lanes in Fairview Heights News-Democrat Text Size: tool goes here The eastbound lanes of Interstate 64 near Illinois 159 in Fairview Heights are closed as Illinois State Police clear the road of an accident that left
also begin this weekend and include Waterloo at Millstadt, Columbia at Valmeyer, Fairview Heights vs. the Spikes at Missouri Baptist University in St...The defending league playoff champion Belleville Rockies open their season with a 6 p.m.
tool goes here The Kiwanis Club of Fairview Heights turns 40 this month, and its members continue to focus on the club's core mission -- to serve the children of the world -- and will also update its image to increase membership.
The City Council did not vote Tuesday whether to endorse an Interstate 64 half interchange at Ruby Lane. A revised agenda did not list the proposed resolution by Ward 3 Alderwoman Pat Baeske. Federal authorities have approved the Ruby Lane concept,