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Kelmscott Communications, an Aurora, IL-based, full-service marketing solutions provider, received the Annual Award for Business Excellence from the Daily Herald Business Ledger on March 12.
iD Commerce + Logistics has been named as one of the 2012 Best Places to Work in Illinois by The Daily Herald Business Ledger in partnership with the Human Resources Management Association of
GRONINGEN, The Netherlands, February 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Daily Herald in Chicago, Illinois is working with Crowdynews, a Dutch social media aggregation product.
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Jan. 19, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Eighteen journalists from diverse backgrounds have been named Chips Quinn Scholars for spring 2011 by the Freedom Forum Diversity Institute and participating news organizations.
The owner of a suburban Chicago tavern said he is planning to tear down a wall that was installed by his father more than 60 years ago to see what it is hiding. Pete Jakstas said his father installed the wall in 1943 when the Mineola Hotel and Lounge in Fox Lake, Ill., was redesigned to its current floor plan and he has always wanted to tear it down to have a look-see, the Arlington Heights (Ill.) Daily Herald reported Tuesday. Now, I'm gonna find out, he said.
Suburban Chicago police said a man was charged with felony reckless discharge of a firearm after he mistook his wife for a burglar and shot her. Police said Torrance Clark, 39, was startled by his wife when she returned to their home at about 5 a.m.
A 9-year-old boy was temporarily trapped in a gun safe inside a suburban Chicago store by his brother, officials said. Officials in Hoffman Estates, Ill., told the Arlington Heights (Ill.) Daily Herald the boy was stuck in the safe for nearly 20 minutes while firefighters sought a way to open the locked box. The boy apparently was locked inside the safe at Cabela's recreation goods store after his brother forced him into it and spun the locking mechanism once the door was closed. Fire Lt.
By Anna Marie Kukec Daily Herald Business Writer akukec@@dailyherald.com If you're an AT&T Inc. wireless subscriber, you soon could get faster downloads and better reception, even if you're in your basement.