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While they have caused many laughs and gone viral on the Internet, Jeff Doschadis' hope is that new signs on display at the Hoffman Estates Park District's ice rinks are making parents think...If you don't understand this, please contact the ice dept.
Members of Lombard's plan commission have been hearing one message from the public for the past five months: Preserve Ken-Loch Golf Links as open space. The property is for sale and a housing developer is interested, so the commission was directed to
January 31, 2013 NexTraq, a leading GPS fleet tracking and fleet management company, announced today that its client, the Homewood-Flossmoor Park District, has reduced excessive vehicle idling and speeding by using the Idle Report and Posted
Zachary Shess, a marketing professional and volunteer youth baseball coach, is the newest member of the Pleasant Hill Recreation and Park District board. The board members on Monday appointed Shess to finish the two years left on Cecile Shepard's
With village officials shooting down multiple proposals to turn the dilapidated former Camelot School in Palatine into a subdivision, the property instead will become green space known as Meadowlark Park. The Palatine Park District recently acquired
Mount Prospect Park District offers a variety of options suitable for all fitness levels. Aqua Arthritis is a light workout designed for arthritis sufferers and those recovering from injury or surgery. It can help loosen limbs and offer relaxation
Fiscal technician for WSU-Mount Vernon Northwestern Washington Research and Extension Center. Civic experience: South Neighborhood Association board member; Mayor's Neighborhood Advisory Committee alternate representative; Bellingham Planning Academy
Huston, Chicago Tribune reporter The Highland Park City Council recently approved an ordinance to allow several new structures to be built at Rosewood Park Beach. The $4.7 million redevelopment project includes four permanent structures a lifeguard
Even if DeKalb has stronger ordinances protecting the city's trees and vegetation, they would not have stopped ComEd from clearing the Nature Trail. Nothing that we currently have, nor are what we will able to find from comparable communities, is
Where do you go that will satisfy both their desire to have fun and your need for them to be in a safe, supportive environment? And while we are thinking about it, let's also make it convenient so that you could even get some time to yourself. "