Vacation village at parkway news
Power outage gives State Farm day off
BLOOMINGTON â€” Thousands of workers at State Farm Insurance Cos.â€™ corporate headquarters got an unexpected day off Thursday after power went out for about four hours.
Local Archived News February 2007
By EMILY MASTERS A group of 21 area children, ages 6 to 14, are stepping out of their comfort zones and becoming people theyre not, only temporarily though.
At a Glance: Regional News of Note
The public is invited to attend a town hall meeting Tuesday at the Cypress Ridge Pavilion to learn more about a proposed project to realign a segment of Halcyon Road near Highway 1.
Auction, raffle to benefit high schools star students
The second annual Jag Auction at Flower Mound High School begins at 6:30 p.m. Friday with a preview of raffle and auction items followed by a ticket drawing at 7 p.m.
Listings for theater events happening in McHenry, Kane Counties and surrounding areas. “A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM”: through Feb. 11, Johnsburg High School Theatre-in-the-Round, 2002 W. Ringwood Road. Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, book by Burt Shevelov and Larry Gelbart.
Capsule restaurant reviews
Afghan Afghani House. 1103 El Camino Real (just past Lawrence Expressway), Sunnyvale; (408) 248-5088. Quiet, dignified, attractive -- and yet, a good bet for school-age kids. Have them try aush, a noodle soup, and buranee-e-kadu, sauteed butternut squash, or one of many rice dishes. Wonderful lamb -- kebabs, chops and ribs. Aushak are delicious dumplings in yogurt and meat sauce. Lunch weekdays, ...
More fun with the right sled
Snow days are perfect for outdoor winter adventures. In honor of the tradition, we set out to find the perfect sleds.
Companies invited to sponsor concert
Business sponsors are being sought by the Friends of Osceola Children for children and families to attend the Bethune-Cookman College concert at 7 p.m. Feb. 17 at the Osceola Performing Arts Center.
From The Archives
METRO: Did your vote count? By Joan Mazzolini Plain Dealer Reporter More than 1,200 Cuyahoga County voters will learn for the first time that the provisional ballots they cast last November weren’t counted.