How Harper's HOPE Giving Circle supports young women leaders
Harper College's HOPE Giving Circle has awarded $100,000 in scholarships to women, with the goal of empowering future community leaders.
Food, music, animals and more at the Lake County Fair July 24-28A monster truck show, a demolition derby, a lumberjack show, a stunt dog show and more returns to Grayslake when the 91st Annual Lake County Fair comes to town Wednesday through Sunday, July 24-28, at the Lake County Fairgrounds in Grayslake.
Preventing bone fractures in childrenBone fractures are on the rise during the summer months. From playing outside to participating in physical activities, children are vulnerable to unexpected falls and accidents.
Road Runner reminiscent of countless road tripsOne of the show cars at this week's Daily Herald Cruise Night that caught my eye was Jim Thomas' 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner. Sticking out far more than the B5 Blue paint or sharky Air Grabber hood was the Elk Grove Village man's story.
Take steps to protect swallowtail butterfly populationQ. How can I support the swallowtail butterfly population? It's great to see the monarchs but I would like to have another variety in my yard.
Pruning season is in full bloomPrune shrubs that put on a lot of growth this year as needed to keep them in the proper scale for your garden. Prune out water sprouts and suckers growing from your trees.
Doing these five things could decrease your risk of Alzheimer's by 60 percent, study showsHere's a to-do list for preventing dementia, new research suggests: Ditch red meat, take a brisk walk to the grocery store, do the Sunday crossword and stick to one glass of wine at dinner.
Watching for signs of dementiaNancy Berg of Vernon Hills said there were warning signs of Alzheimer's long before her father, Bert Rose, was diagnosed. Recognizing those signs can be tricky. Here's some tips on what to look for.
'I definitely know I'm in for a wild ride': Son hopes to buck odds in rodeo to help his father, othersAn Arlington Heights real estate professional, Justin Burau, will try to ride a bucking bronco for the first time at the DuPage County Fair in Wheaton. Burau is accepting the challenge to raise money for the American Brain Tumor Association.
How divorce is destroying the finances of Americans over 50Splitting up after age 50 -- often called "gray divorce" -- may be particularly hazardous to your emotional and financial health, far worse than doing so at younger ages.
Winners overlook rigged games' lack of fairness, study findsWhen it comes to fairness and privilege, a new study finds it really is not about how you play the game. It's about whether you win or lose.
Through the Film Magnifier: Barry Manilow, Deadheads, Gerald Ford, Jimmy Connors, a fishing derby and more