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Barrington Courier-Review Index 2002

ACCIDENTS                                                   
    Basketball game pays tribute to teenager killed in crash 
        2/7/02 p.5
    Crash seriously injures two  2/28/02 p.11
    Crash victim in critical condition  3/7/02 p.13
    None injured in plane crash  5/23/02 p.8
    Teenager seriously hurt in two-car crash  5/30/02 p.5
    Crash victim recovering from injuries  6/6/02 p.10
    Injured student gets diploma  7/11/02 p.6
    Teen charged in fatal crash  7/18/02 p.6
    Barrington man dies in motorcycle crash  7/18/02 p.8
    Correction to story of 7/18/02  7/25/02 p.6
    Fiery crash kills driver  8/15/02 p.13
    Inquest to be held in death of driver  9/19/02 p.14
    Hoping good comes from tragedy  10/3/02 p.5
    No children hurt in bus accident  10/3/02 p.8
    Coroner finds alcohol a factor in fatal crash  10/3/02 p.14
    A thrill with a deadly impact  10/10/02 p.5
    Driver cited in crash that killed passenger  11/7/02 p.12
 
AGED                                                        
    Seniors enter Hall of Fame  5/23/02 p.88
    Meals program provides more than food  6/13/02 p.5
    Garlands offers seniors luxury  7/25/02 p.101
 
AGILITY JUNKIES                                             
    Agility Junkies; Lora Del Page and Connie Mininni, owners 
        6/13/02 p.125
 
AGRA, HOLLY                                                 
    A new way to take the dog out  8/1/02 p.101
 
AIDS (DISEASE)                                              
    Woman accused of knowingly exposing man to AIDS virus 
        10/17/02 p.12
 
ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY                                  
    Allstate helps United Way top goal  2/14/02 p.6
 
ALS (DISEASE)                                               
    Man inspired by victims of ALS during bike journey  2/21/02
        p.9
 
ALTER, SHARON                                               
    Professor fought political apathy  10/3/02 p.100
 
AMC THEATERS, INC.                                          
    AMC receives suspicious bill  1/10/02 p.6
    Stabbing suspect may face upgraded charge  11/14/02 p.11
    Stabbing case continued  11/28/02 p.14
 
ANDERSON, HEIDI                                             
    Couple says industrial park to blame for yard flooding 
        1/31/02 p.9
 
ANDERSON, JOHN                                              
    Veteran trustee leaves Lake Barrington board  10/3/02 p.10
 
ANDERSON, KURT                                              
    Couple says industrial park to blame for yard flooding 
        1/31/02 p.9
 
ANDERSON, MARY                                              
    Local woman named Unsung Heroine  3/14/02 p.6
    Volunteer named Unsung Heroine  4/4/02 p.11
 
ANGELO OF ITALY                                             
    Angelo of Italy Custom Tailors & Alterations; Jack
        D'Angelo; owner  2/14/02 p.95
 
ANIMALS                                                     
    A new way to take the dog out  8/1/02 p.101
 
ANIMALS, TREATMENT OF                                       
    Animal hospital needs cats to find new homes  1/3/02 p.9
    Horses take a trip to the dentist  5/23/02 p.81
    Suburban woman hears voices  7/25/02 p.83
    Road kill:  Dead animals increasing on suburban highways 
        11/14/02 p.87
 
ANNEXATION (MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT)                           
    Barrington may annex land for new subdivision  1/17/02 p.10
    Board opts not to annex land for subdivision  1/31/02 p.7
    Village annexes parcel to prevent development  2/28/02 p.12
    South Barrington has to return land  10/31/02 p.10
    Payton home finally in South Barrington  11/21/02 p.9
 
ANNIVERSARIES                                               
    Pam & John Scapin [25th anniversary]  1/3/02 p.81
    Joseph & Lucille Tomek [50th anniversary]  1/3/02 p.81
    Couple [Dianne & Hy Feldman] chalking it up to fate 
        2/14/02 p.11
    Barrington couple [Mary & Frank Morgan] to celebrate 50th 
        5/23/02 p.87
    Arts Council turns 25  6/13/02 p.B5
    Couple [Aileen & Claus Enmark] celebrates 70 years  8/1/02
        p.95
    Local store [Peter Daniel] celebrating its 29th year 
        9/12/02 p.103
    Stephensons celebrate 50th anniversary  11/14/02 p.96
    Lee and Bruce Miller  12/5/02 p.32
 
ARDENTE, JOHN                                               
    South Barrington still hoping $30 million suit is dismissed
        1/17/02 p.10
    South Barrington being hit hard by legal costs  4/18/02 p.11
    Village continuing legal fight against developer  7/25/02
        p.12
    Judge dismisses Ardente's lawsuit  11/21/02 p.12
 
ARLINGTON PARK (RACE TRACK)                                 
    Sarafan, Beat Hollow race again in Million  8/15/02 p.107
    Million winner can't miss a Beat  8/22/02 p.107
    Arlington passes first test for hosting Breeders' Cup 
        8/22/02 p.107
    As Breeders' Cup nears, betting on the rise in and out of
        state  9/26/02 p.108
    Arlington Park's on the map  10/24/02 p.33
 
ARNETT C. LINES SCHOOL                                      
    Young authors  2/14/02 p.23
    District 220 searching for successor to Art Fessler 
        4/18/02 p.9
    Kids learn about life of da Vinci  5/2/02 p.25
    Charges filed against teacher who put camera in restroom 
        5/30/02 p.8
    Teacher who put camera in restroom fined  6/27/02 p.9
    New principal picked for Lines  7/4/02 p.13
    Show stresses strong character  10/17/02 p.29
 
ASTHMA (DISEASE)                                            
    Asthma catches students breathless  2/28/02 p.7
 
AUCHTER, EDITH                                              
    Auchter resigns from District 220 school board  1/10/02 p.8
    Strong group seeking Auchter's seat  1/24/02 p.11
 
B. CHONES HAIR DESIGN                                       
    B. Chones Hair Design; Debbie Nejdi, owner  12/12/02 p.93
 
BACTAT, EDLAR                                               
    Neighbors sue to block shelter  7/11/02 p.21
 
BACTAT, MARY LOU                                            
    Neighbors sue to block shelter  7/11/02 p.21
 
BAINBRIDGE, JAIME                                           
    No more long waits  12/19/02 p.95
 
BAKER'S LAKE NATURE PRESERVE                                
    Flocking together  6/13/02 p.7
 
BALLARMINE JESUIT RETREAT HOUSE                             
    Expansion of Jesuit retreat about to start  8/22/02 p.11
 
BALLINGER, ED                                               
    From terror, a phoenix  9/5/02 p.9
 
BALLOON COTTAGE                                             
    Balloon Cottage; Lesley Cowles, owner  7/4/02 p.87
 
BARANOWSKI, TAMI                                            
    Zzoinks; Tami Baranowski, owner  2/28/02 p.97
 
BARBARA B. ROSE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL                           
    Author details creative process  4/18/02 p.25
    Kids help provide the needy a holiday meal  11/28/02 p.5
 
BARNES AND NOBLE                                            
    Local kids gather to throw Harry Potter a birthday bash 
        8/8/02 p.9
 
BAROSKA, MEGAN                                              
    Hot dog!  Local woman driving Wienermobile  6/20/02 p.10
 
BARRINGTON AMERICAN LEGION POST 158                         
    Veterans dedicate new Memorial Park  6/20/02 p.12
    Shelhart gives Post 158 punch  7/4/02 p.97
    Post 158 good on its word  7/11/02 p.113
    Lindberg, Post 158 pleased with results  8/1/02 p.111
 
BARRINGTON ANIMAL HOSPITAL                                  
    Animal hospital needs cats to find new homes  1/3/02 p.9
 
BARRINGTON AREA ARTS COUNCIL                                
    Arts Council turns 25  6/13/02 p.B5
    Bowers leaving BAAC post to pursue new challenges  8/22/02
        p.9
    Preview set for BAAC's holiday festival  11/21/02 p.11
    New director wants to bring art to the community  12/5/02
        p.B5
    BAAC publishing literary journal  12/19/02 p.9
 
BARRINGTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE                         
    Chamber tries to help beyond Main Street  1/3/02 p.5
    Photographer awarded Chamber's top honor  1/31/02 p.10
    Chamber installs executive officers  1/31/02 p.10
    Chamber excited about first expo  5/9/02 p.5
    Chamber awards students scholarships  5/9/02 p.97
    Chamber hoping to scare up interest in Halloween fest 
        10/24/02 p.9
 
BARRINGTON AREA COMMUNITY FOUNDATION                        
    Big year for community foundation  2/7/02 p.6
    Foundation hands out $10,000  7/25/02 p.21
 
BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS                      
    BACOG hoping to gain greater support for Route 53 extension
        1/10/02 p.10
    Impact fee law to be drafted for towns  5/2/02 p.11
    BACOG revives legislative panel  8/8/02 p.8
    BACOG makes pitch for common impact fees  11/21/02 p.10
    Creating a common benefit  11/28/02 p.7
    Towns pass impact fee measure  12/26/02 p.6
 
BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL ON AGING                            
    Seniors enter Hall of Fame  5/23/02 p.88
    Meals program provides more than food  6/13/02 p.5
 
BARRINGTON AREA LIBRARY                                     
    Library earns grant  2/28/02 p.95
    Libraries benefit from state grants  3/21/02 p.82
    Libraries giving help online  3/28/02 p.13
    Librarian finishes four-year effort putting history online 
        4/11/02 p.10
    Keeping children reading  6/20/02 p.83
    Treasurer's report  8/29/02 p.96
    Budget  9/19/02 p.115
    Library making improvements  12/5/02 p.10
    Homework help just a click away  12/5/02 p.12
    New carpeting giving library a modern look  12/26/02 p.10
 
BARRINGTON AREA SENIOR CITIZENS HALL OF FAME                
    Seniors enter Hall of Fame  5/23/02 p.88
 
BARRINGTON AREA UNITED WAY                                  
    United Way exceeds 2001 campaign goal  2/7/02 p.14
    Allstate helps United Way top goal  2/14/02 p.6
    United Way approves allocations  4/4/02 p.7
    United Way thanks its sponsors  5/2/02 p.9
 
BARRINGTON BANK AND TRUST                                   
    Correction to story of 5/9/02  5/16/02 p.6
 
BARRINGTON BREAKFAST ROTARY CLUB                            
    Family kite fly puts smiles on many faces  5/9/02 p.11
    Correction to story of 5/9/02  5/16/02 p.6
    Breakfast Rotary Club helps at-risk children  8/29/02 p.13
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (BASKETBALL CLUB)                        
    Big-time basket  3/7/02 p.105
    Late arrival  3/14/02 p.107
    Guard propels Broncos to sectional finals  3/14/02 p.114
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (DIVE TEAM)                              
    Williams shakes off consternation to win  2/21/02 p.113
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (FOOTBALL CLUB)                          
    Broncos earn sportsmanship honor  11/7/02 p.10
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (GYMNASTICS CLUB)                        
    Sup-Herrman  4/11/02 p. 101
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (HOCKEY CLUB)                            
    Tough grind  12/12/02 p.101
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (SOCCER CLUB)                            
    Taking a bow  11/14/02 p.107
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (SWIM CLUB)                              
    Calm swimmers win second straight MSL title  2/14/02 p.103
    Martell leads Broncos to title  2/21/02 p.113
    New coach Delcore trying to continue excellence  12/5/02
        p.140
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (TENNIS TEAM)                            
    Tennis team's depth edges Bloomington for title  4/18/02
        p.111
    Twin killing  5/16/02 p.105
    Morgan, Kaeser fifth at State  6/30/02 p.101
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (TRACK TEAM)                             
    At last!  Broncos pull out thriller at Busse Woods to win
        MSL  10/24/02 p.119
    Barrington runners bring home titles  10/31/02 p.114
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (WRESTLING CLUB)                         
    Say uncle  1/24/02 p.101
 
BARRINGTON CHALLENGE CUP                                    
    Polo match will benefit fund for mammograms  7/11/02 p.11
 
BARRINGTON CITIZENS FOR OPEN SPACE                          
    Bidding for more open space  1/31/02 p.7
 
BARRINGTON COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 220               
    Porres sees need for tax hike in District 220  1/3/02 p.10
    District 220 pursuing two tax hikes  1/10/02 p.5
    Auchter resigns from District 220 school board  1/10/02 p.8
    Survey shows many don't trust District 220 spending 
        1/10/02 p.8
    Public's confidence lacking  1/17/02 p.5
    School boundaries may change in District 220  1/24/02 p.5
    Strong group seeking Auchter's seat  1/24/02 p.11
    Getting the word out  1/24/02 p.23
    District 220 increases kindergarten fees  1/31/02 p.6
    Cotting brings financial expertise to District 220  1/31/02
        p.8
    The cost of education  2/14/02 p.7
    How the report was conceived  2/14/02 p.7
    Commercial base lets Cook residents pay less to district 
        2/14/02 p.8
    Board to discuss plan if tax referendum fails  2/14/02 p.9
    Preparing for the worst  2/21/02 p.5
    Leonard a finalist for New Trier post  2/21/02 p.7
    District 220 approves program cuts, fee hikes  2/28/02 p.5
    Schools enter deal with park district  2/28/02 p.6
    Proposed funding cuts would hit District 220 hard  2/28/02
        p.10
    Parents would pay bigger share  3/7/02 p.5
    Stating their case  3/14/02 p.5
    Correction to story of 3/7/02  3/14/02 p.6
    Voters say yes to more taxes  3/21/02 p.5
    District 220 keeping quiet on boundary changes  3/21/02 p.11
    Tax hike for schools hits county snag  3/28/02 p.5
    District 220 extends ban on traveling to France  3/28/02 p.8
    District 220 hoping court forces McHenry to amend tax levy 
        4/4/02 p.10
    Deal gives three school districts new tax revenue  4/11/02
        p.8
    Teacher's passion brings high honor  4/11/02 p.25
    Parents protest redistricting plan  4/18/02 p.5
    District 220 searching for successor to Art Fessler 
        4/18/02 p.9
    District 220 oks boundary changes  4/25/02 p.5
    Exact number of students moving unclear  4/25/02 p.5
    District 220 receives donations for new pool  4/25/02 p.6
    District 220 given ideas on building trust  4/25/02 p.9
    Bringing something extra to class  5/9/02 p.7
    Countryside principal stepping down  5/9/02 p.7
    Wood reveled in sharing history  5/16/02 p.7
    Teachers may get chance as administrators  5/16/02 p.7
    Woodland celebrating, hoping to improve  5/23/02 p.6
    It was more than just a job  5/23/02 p.7
    Work on Roslyn Road lagging  5/23/02 p.9
    Charges filed against teacher who put camera in restroom 
        5/30/02 p.8
    Principal picked for Countryside  5/30/02 p.9
    Staffers named to leadership roles  5/30/02 p.10
    Parents reminded children must get chicken pox shot 
        5/30/02 p.12
    District 220 planning to add teachers  6/6/02 p.5
    New administrator joining District 220  6/6/02 p.6
    CA220 believes community can come together to help schools 
        6/13/02 p.9
    District 220 reaffirms stance on France trip  6/13/02 p.12
    Group hopes to make District 220 better  6/20/02 p.9
    District 220 believes new reading textbooks will boost test
        scores  6/20/02 p.9
    Leadership Academy jobs announced  6/27/02 p.7
    District 220 approves tentative spending plan  6/27/02 p.12
    Officials still hoping to open Roslyn on time  7/18/02 p.5
    District 220 makes testing change  8/1/02 p.6
    District 220 approves pay hikes for administrators  8/1/02
        p.14
    Officials think Roslyn may open on time  8/8/02 p.7
    Roslyn Road won't be ready  8/22/02 p.5
    Countryside set to welcome students  8/22/02 p.5
    New teachers get help with transition  8/22/02 p.7
    Buses may be slowed down  8/22/02 p.7
    District 220 already raising standards  8/22/02 p.23
    District 220 Foundation a huge success  8/29/02 p.8
    Beautiful Roslyn Road opens  9/5/02 p.5
    Fund-raiser benefits District 220 Foundation  9/12/02 p.10
    District 220 focusing on getting public input  9/19/02 p.12
    School getting $5.3 million from state for construction 
        9/19/02 p.12
    District 220 oks budget generating a surplus  9/26/02 p.8
    District 220 recognized for excellence  10/3/02 p.6
    Views vary on school-volunteer criminal checks  10/3/02 p.7
    Students get ok to sing in Italy  10/3/02 p.9
    District 220 seeks to share most successful programs 
        10/17/02 p.10
    Test scores help District 220 identify internal trends 
        10/24/02 p.10
    District 220 approves staff computer lease  10/31/02 p.6
    District 220 mulling travel policy  10/31/02 p.9
    District 220 aware of spending inequity among buildings 
        11/7/02 p.10
    A positive report  11/14/02 p.7
    Report cards give community glimpse of school performance 
        11/14/02 p.8
    Looking at how the schools rank  11/14/02 p.9
    Public agrees with schools' priorities  11/21/02 p.5
    No District 220 referendum in 2003  11/21/02 p.10
    District 220 sets travel policy  11/28/02 p.5
    District 220 visualizes better technology  12/5/02 p.11
    Auditor pleased with District 220 spending  12/12/02 p.11
    Schools getting defibrillators  12/12/02 p.91
    Correction to story of 12/12/02  12/19/02 p.6
    District 220 redesigning way teachers are supervised 
        12/26/02 p.5
 
BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT             
    Fire district vowing it won't raise tax rate more than 15
        cents  2/14/02 p.12
    Fire district resolves tax rate increase will not top 15
        cents  2/21/02 p.8
    Fire district hoping voters provide positive response 
        3/14/02 p.10
    Fire district can plan for new station  3/21/02 p.10
    BCFPD seeking temporary spot for new station  6/13/02 p.12
    BCFPD wants bigger say over budget  8/15/02 p.11
    Dunn apologizes to fire district  11/21/02 p.5
 
BARRINGTON COURT (LAND SUBDIVISION)                         
    Barrington may annex land for new subdivision  1/17/02 p.10
    Board opts not to annex land for subdivision  1/31/02 p.7
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (BASKETBALL CLUB)                        
    Fillies beat Waukegan; Richards sets record  2/14/02 p.104
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (GYMNASTICS CLUB)                        
    Sanchez takes reins of gifted gymnastics team  12/5/02 p.139
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (SOCCER CLUB)                            
    Hard-working Fillies take third at tourney  4/25/02 p.113
    Tough time  6/6/02 p.117
    Fillies tap successful Keenan  10/31/02 p.113
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (SOFTBALL CLUB)                          
    Higher standards  4/25/02 p.109
    Softball captures first regional title since '94  5/30/02
        p.100
    McHenry rally stuns softball at sectional  6/6/02 p.119
    Softball sets records in winning campaign  6/6/02 p.120
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (SWIM CLUB)                              
    Swimmers take home 11th from IHSA  2/28/02 p.107
    Fillies win swimming title; tennis players advance 
        10/24/02 p.121
    Fillies win MSL swimming title  11/7/02 p.113
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (TENNIS TEAM)                            
    Balanced effort lifts tennis team to eighth straight title 
        10/17/02 p.113
    Lovett, Kaufman turn enjoyment into sixth-place finish 
        10/31/02 p.111
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (TRACK TEAM)                             
    Fantastic finish  5/9/02 p.105
    Fillies' composure captures crown  5/16/02 p.107
    High five 5/23/02 p.105
    Barrington runners bring home titles  10/31/02 p.114
    Fillies win cross country sectional for first time  11/7/02
        p.112
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (VOLLEYBALL CLUB)                        
    Volleyball team wins Prairie Ridge tournament  9/19/02 p.113
    Fillies win volleyball title  10/17/02 p.113
    Volleyball team dominates Prospect  10/31/02 p.111
    Fillies volleyball team headed to sectional final  11/7/02
        p.113
    Fillies saluted for taking second in state  11/21/02 p.7
    Worth remembering  11/21/02 p.105
 
BARRINGTON FIRE DEPARTMENT                                  
    Fire chief retiring in November  7/18/02 p.5
    Firefighters raise $4,500  9/12/02 p.24
    Retired fire chief proud of contributions  11/7/02 p.11
 
BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL                                      
    Sad they have to go  1/3/02 p.21
    Pool work to start in March  1/31/02 p.11
    Painting a picture of the fine arts  1/31/02 p.23
    BHS fire alarms pass sound test  2/14/02 p.6
    Students display engineering skills  2/28/02 p.10
    Leonard staying at Barrington  2/28/02 p.12
    Barrington inducts six coaches into Hall of Fame  2/28/02
        p.107
    A fair with international flair  3/7/02 p.25
    Debater bests national competition  3/21/02 p.25
    Teaching and learning  3/28/02 p.19
    BHS names new department heads  3/28/02 p.6
    A true giving club  4/4/02 p.25
    Group honors Blessman  4/18/02 p.112
    District 220 receives donations for new pool  4/25/02 p.6
    Students get taste of Tibetan culture  4/25/02 p.25
    Creating a professional sound  5/9/02 p.23
    Preschoolers get their diplomas  5/16/02 p.9
    A display of cultures  5/16/02 p.25
    Hermann ok after dizzy spell  6/6/02 p.6
    Class of 2002 ready to move ahead  6/6/02 p.7
    Class of 2002  6/6/02 p.25
    Students hone acting skills in theater camp  6/27/02 p.10
    BHS teacher receives national award  7/4/02 p.6
    Injured student gets diploma  7/11/02 p.6
    New BHS pool should be ready by Sept. 20  8/8/02 p.23
    Counselor wants to aid Sioux Indians  9/12/02 p.9
    Barrington senior elected to national post  9/19/02 p.5
    BHS students named merit semifinalists  9/19/02 p.6
    Teacher has kids play with physics  9/19/02 p.27
    New pool viewed as awesome addition  9/26/02 p.8
    Students' sculptures stir emotions  9/26/02 p.31
    BHS pool is ready for use  10/3/02 p.6
    Memorial garden taking root at BHS  10/10/02 p.7
    School spirit shines at homecoming  10/24/02 p.5
    An insightful trip  10/24/02 p.27
    Giving something back to nature  10/31/02 p.25
    BHS presenting updated The Diary of Anne Frank  11/7/02 p.9
    Barrington among schools excelling on ACT  11/14/02 p.7
    A lesson in playing the game  11/21/02 p.27
    Students gain insight on marketing tactics  11/28/02 p.7
    BHS teacher salaries remain lower than competing districts 
        11/28/02 p.8
    Students get a taste of teaching  12/5/02 p.33
    Chamber Choir invited to international festival  12/12/02
        p.8
    Interact Club warming up winter for the homeless  12/19/02
        p.9
    Creating something positive  12/19/02 p.27
 
BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION                   
    New alumni group forms  6/13/02 p.21
    New association seeks BHS alumni  12/12/02 p.6
 
BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL.                                      
    Couple says industrial park to blame for yard flooding 
        1/31/02 p.9
    Crash seriously injures two  2/28/02 p.11
    The road to production  7/11/02 p.B3
    Treasurer's report  8/8/02 p.C16
    Agreement on land swap getting closer  8/15/02 p.12
    Expansion of Jesuit retreat about to start  8/22/02 p.11
    Accused cocaine supplier arrested  8/22/02 p.12
    Graham pleads not guilty to mail fraud  8/29/02 p.14
    Parents need to do a better job of using child safety seats
        9/26/02 p.14
    Hoping good comes from tragedy  10/3/02 p.5
    A thrill with a deadly impact  10/10/02 p.5
    House still standing after two fires  10/17/02 p.5
 
BARRINGTON HURRICANES (SOFTBALL CLUB)                       
    Nine is enough for softball success  7/11/02 p.114
    Reed delivers in clutch to lift 'Canes into semifinal 
        7/18/02 p.105
    Hurricanes take second in Florida  8/8/02 p.113
 
BARRINGTON JUNIOR WOMEN'S CLUB                              
    Thinking of redecorating?  4/25/02 p.7
 
BARRINGTON MARTIAL ARTS                                     
    A challenge to do good deeds  7/11/02 p.101
 
BARRINGTON METRA STATION                                    
    Depot on schedule  7/11/02 p.5
 
BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL--PRAIRIE CAMPUS                    
    Honor roll  1/3/02 p.22
    BMS-Prairie losing principal  3/28/02 p.6
    Choi leaving Prairie Campus  4/11/02 p.8
    District 220 searching for successor to Art Fessler 
        4/18/02 p.9
    Honor roll  4/25/02 p.96
    Scholastic Bowl team finishes third in state  5/16/02 p.12
    Honor roll  8/1/02 p.24
    Honor roll named  12/5/02 p.36
    Working for a better environment  12/12/02 p.23
    Providing a little direction  12/26/02 p.20
 
BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL--STATION CAMPUS                    
    Honor roll  1/17/02 p.24
    Providing perspective  4/18/02 p.7
    Honor roll  4/25/02 p.97
    I could barely make it up the ramp  5/23/02 p.25
    Honor roll  7/25/02 p.27
    Kids pitching in to pay for playground  10/10/02 p.7
    Station's Piper becomes first to earn IESA honor  10/24/02
        p.123
    Author's visit caps assignment  11/28/02 p.21
    Honors listed  12/5/02 p.38
    Students bitten by the holiday bug  12/19/02 p.6
 
BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT                                    
    Bidding for more open space  1/31/02 p.7
    Schools enter deal with park district  2/28/02 p.6
    Woodsome wants to see Jewel Tea building saved  3/7/02 p.10
    Open space group pushing park district referendum  3/14/02
        p.9
    Park District can buy Jewel Tea parcel  3/21/02 p.5
    Offer made to save Jewel Tea building  4/18/02 p.11
    Rejecting bid for Jewel Tea not about money  4/25/02 p.11
    Park District's bond rating improves  5/16/02 p.6
    Village, park district competing for grant  5/16/02 p.12
    An urban farmer  7/4/02 p.9
    Historical groups support saving Jewel Tea building  8/8/02
        p.10
    Villages to assist Park District with grant  8/15/02 p.6
    Police keeping closer eye on Jewel Tea  11/7/02 p.11
 
BARRINGTON POLO FOR CHARITIES                               
    Polo match will benefit fund for mammograms  7/11/02 p.11
 
BARRINGTON REALTY COMPANY                                   
    Preserving history  2/21/02 p.101
 
BARRINGTON ROTARY CLUB                                      
    Rotary clubs on mission to rid world of polio  10/31/02 p.5
 
BARRINGTON SUZUKI STRINGS                                   
    Suzuki Strings announce concerts  12/5/02 p.9
 
BARRINGTON SWEET TOOTH                                      
    Barrington Sweet Tooth; Sandy Murray, owner  10/24/02 p.111
 
BARRINGTON SWIM CLUB                                        
    Juniors shine at state meet  8/22/02 p.109
 
BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                   
    Some money could be waiting for you  12/5/02 p.9
 
BARRINGTON TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE                
    Board debates what bypass means  3/14/02 p.10
    Route 59 resolution finally passes  5/30/02 p.5
 
BARRINGTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH                          
    Barrington United Methodist stands again  1/10/02 p.7
    Reagle promises to veto land purchase  1/17/02 p.6
    $9.1 million approved to build Barrington United Methodist 
        2/21/02 p.10
    Barrington United Methodist taking shape  4/18/02 p.5
    Village hoping donations defray cost of creating open space
        park  5/9/02 p.8
    Church services at Rose School  6/20/02 p.6
    Donations sought for church organ  7/25/02 p.94
    New BUMC almost under roof  8/8/02 p.7
    Pastor marking 30 years  9/12/02 p.6
    BUMC raising new steeple Friday  10/24/02 p.9
    A sight to behold  10/31/02 p.7
    Public safety heroes to be honored  11/14/02 p.5
 
BARRINGTON YOUTH SERVICES                                   
    Students find fantastic way to bond  1/10/02 p.23
    BYS adds addiction expert  9/12/02 p.14
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.                                            
    Reagle hoping to lure new ice cream vendor  1/3/02 p.5
    Chamber tries to help beyond Main Street  1/3/02 p.5
    Local leaders share wishes for new year  1/3/02 p.8
    Village wants Reagle's lawsuit to be dismissed  1/10/02 p.5
    Wood says Main Street will be a success  1/10/02 p.11
    Reagle promises to veto land purchase  1/17/02 p.6
    Village's new utility poles unsightly, but necessary 
        1/17/02 p.9
    Barrington may annex land for new subdivision  1/17/02 p.10
    Voss recalled as a visionary  1/24/02 p.5
    Looking for a job  1/24/02 p.7
    Unemployment up here, but it could be worse  1/24/02 p.7
    How the numbers are calculated  1/24/02 p.8
    Three college degrees but no job  1/24/02 p.9
    Demand for temporary help down  1/24/02 p.9
    Colleges offer job-hunting help  1/24/02 p.10
    Reagle fires barbs at Irvin  1/31/02 p.5
    Board opts not to annex land for subdivision  1/31/02 p.7
    Financing gives trustees hope for Cook Street Plaza  2/7/02
        p.5
    Board tables decision on Reagle appointee  2/7/02 p.8
    Board hopes to accomplish cooperation in setting goals 
        2/7/02 p.10
    Crews don't need snow to stay busy  2/7/02 p.11
    Survey asks residents to rate quality of life  2/7/02 p.11
    A show of good faith  2/14/02 p.5
    Reagle demands teamwork talk be done in the open  2/14/02
        p.9
    Many differences between village, Goltra have stymied
        redevelopment  2/14/02 p.10
    Former mayor loses law license  2/21/02 p.10
    Funding ok'd for Cook Street Plaza project  2/28/02 p.5
    Long overdue Metra station work to begin  3/7/02 p.9
    Reagle favors sharing new tax revenues  3/7/02 p.11
    DCFS investigating case of abandonment  3/7/02 p.11
    DCFS still probing abandonment case  3/14/02 p.6
    Board debates what bypass means  3/14/02 p.10
    Board needs more time on Route 59 resolution  3/28/02 p.9
    Three trustees waiting to speak up  3/28/02 p.9
    Still not sure what to say  4/4/02 p.5
    Lobbyist might be able to help win Route 59 fight  4/4/02
        p.8
    Village schedules hydrant flushing  4/4/02 p.13
    Board rejects Reagle's choice for panel  4/11/02 p.11
    Department heads given financial safety net  4/11/02 p.11
    Science of Gatorade conducted here  4/11/02 p.93
    Reagle vetoes pay measure  4/18/02 p.6
    Thinking of redecorating?  4/25/02 p.7
    Debate over Route 59 resolution drags on  5/2/02 p.7
    Impact fee law to be drafted for towns  5/2/02 p.11
    Village hoping donations defray cost of creating open space
        park  5/9/02 p.8
    TCE found on Burpee land unlikely to threaten water  5/9/02
        p.10
    Furda gives up  5/16/02 p.5
    Plan commission to vote on Cook Street Plaza plan  5/16/02
        p.5
    Towns decry proposed tax revenue reduction  5/16/02 p.8
    Department heads get financial protection  5/16/02 p.11
    Village, Park District competing for grant  5/16/02 p.12
    Make more room for the cars  5/23/02 p.5
    Big turnout anticipated for solemn Memorial Day Parade 
        5/23/02 p.9
    Reagle pleased lawsuit can proceed  5/23/02 p.11
    Route 59 resolution finally passes  5/30/02 p.5
    Parade provides Memorial Day tribute  5/30/02 p.7
    A costly legal battle  6/6/02 p.5
    Still time to enter relay to fight cancer  6/6/02 p.9
    Cause of teenager's death still unknown  6/6/02 p.12
    Cook Street Plaza plan criticized  6/13/02 p.5
    Duchossois moved by local commitment to Relay for Life 
        6/13/02 p.10
    Some fatherly advice  6/13/02 p.97
    Cook Street Plaza gets ok  6/20/02 p.5
    Relay for Life sends message of hope  6/20/02 p.7
    Veterans dedicate new Memorial Park  6/20/02 p.12
    Treasurer's report  6/20/02 p.99
    Water quality report  6/20/02 p.107
    N.Y. firefighters leading parade  6/27/02 p.5
    Survey shows public has conflicting needs  6/27/02 p.5
    Farmers return to market  6/27/02 p.9
    Reagle says village ignores state laws  6/27/02 p.11
    Mayor knows board will override plaza veto  6/27/02 p.11
    2001 Water Quality Report  6/27/02 p.107
    Area among safest in state  7/4/02 p.5
    Reagle calls Borders project a win-win for everybody 
        7/4/02 p.10
    Events set for annual Fourth of July Festival  7/4/02 p.13
    Inquest scheduled in teen's death  7/11/02 p.5
    Depot on schedule  7/11/02 p.5
    Barrington lets patriotism show at 4th of July events 
        7/11/02 p.10
    Opponents see good, bad news on railroad plan  7/11/02 p.12
    Barrington's Heidi Netzley makes debut in Perdition 
        7/11/02 p.B3
    A challenge to do good deeds  7/11/02 p.101
    Board overrides Reagle's veto  7/18/02 p.6
    Group believes village's downtown can be revived  7/18/02
        p.13
    New features fill sidewalk sale  7/25/02 p.5
    Reagle picks Perille to replace Furda  7/25/02 p.11
    Chamber hopes to build on Sidewalk Sale  8/1/02 p.5
    Farmers markets produce freshness  8/1/02 p.85
    New interest in buying the Catlow  8/8/02 p.5
    Polo event raises $82,000 for charities  8/8/02 p.11
    Perille appointment denied  8/15/02 p.5
    Villages to assist park district with grant  8/15/02 p.6
    BCFPD wants bigger say over budget  8/15/02 p.11
    Agreement on land swap getting closer  8/15/02 p.12
    Police officer remembered fondly  8/29/02 p.5
    Medical examiner says officer was not healthy enough for
        job  9/5/02 p.5
    Suspect ordered to turn over radio equipment in wake of
        officer's death  9/5/02 p.13
    Board blasts new road closures  9/12/02 p.5
    Reagle rips idea to eliminate VCRC  9/12/05 p.5
    Board votes to abolish VCRC  9/26/02 p.5
    Reagle again questions legality of village's form of
        government  9/26/02 p.10
    Couple says flooding may force move  9/26/02 p.11
    Residents urged to donate blood  9/26/02 p.12
    Reagle drops lawsuit, still defends it  10/3/02 p.5
    Blood drive coming up short of goal  10/3/02 p.7
    Strange sight:  Hula-hoop crossing ahead  10/3/02 p.11
    Carriage Trail residents insist they are getting a bad rap
        over flooding  10/10/02 p.10
    Reagle's trustee pick irks board  10/17/02 p.5
    New tenant likely for Dairy Queen site  10/17/02 p.7
    Board grills trustee nominee  10/24/02 p.5
    Board approves Reagle's choice  10/31/02 p.5
    Blanchard resigning from economic development post 
        10/31/02 p.9
    Suspects sought in jewelry heist  10/31/02 p.12
    Public safety heroes to be honored  11/14/02 p.5
    Reagle vetoes budget items, board likely to override him 
        11/14/02 p.10
    Reagle putting slate together for election  11/21/02 p.8
    Board reinstates budget, overrides Reagle's vetoes 
        11/28/02 p.9
    Road to recovery  12/5/02 p.5
    Santa making his annual downtown visit Saturday  12/5/02 p.5
    Getting ready for Giving Day  12/5/02 p.7
    Loan program will assist businesses with upgrades  12/5/02
        p.10
    Irvin leaving post  12/12/02 p.5
    Santa's arrival draws sparse turnout  12/12/02 p.5
    Tax proposed to save Catlow  12/12/02 p.10
    Reagle wants cap on loans for businesses  12/12/02 p.11
    Newest Reagle ploy:  dump attorneys  12/19/02 p.5
    Mayor prefers panel to recruit manager  12/19/02 p.7
    Darch running for third term  12/19/02 p.10
    Agreement reached on business loans  12/19/02 p.11
    Bed and breakfast proposal alive  12/19/02 p.19
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.--AUTHORS                                   
    An old Illinois railroad finds its biographer  12/5/02 p.B4
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.--HISTORY                                   
    Preserving history  2/21/02 p.101
    Voices lets Barrington's unsung heroes be heard  8/22/02
        p.10
    Historic Scout cabin needs major repairs  10/3/02 p.99
 
BASS, ANTHONY                                               
    Driver cited in crash that killed passenger  11/7/02 p.12
 
BASSI, SUZANNE                                              
    Bassi, Kostka differ on key issues  3/14/02 p.7
    Bassi barely defeats Kostka  3/21/02 p.9
 
BATAILLE ACADEMIE OF THE DANSE                              
    Class lets women return to dance  9/19/02 p.103
 
BAUMANN, KATHRINE                                           
    Designer to the stars paying visit  4/25/02 p.101
 
BEAMER, LISA                                                
    Beamer's faith not shaken  8/29/02 p.7
 
BEAN, MELISSA                                               
    Bean says Crane is out of touch with district  10/24/02 p.7
    Low-key Crane gets big win  11/7/02 p.5
 
BEAUBIEN, MARK                                              
    Beaubien touting his experience  3/14/02 p.7
    Beaubien coasts to primary win  3/21/02 p.9
    Beaubien awaiting answers to questionable contributions 
        8/29/02 p.9
    Round Lake democrat hoping to top Beaubien  10/24/02 p.6
    Beaubien coasts to victory in 52nd District  11/7/02 p.5
 
BEAZLEY, MAIREN                                             
    Soccer rebuilds with Beazley  6/6/02 p.120
 
BEESON, JOHN                                                
    51st House challenge dismissed  6/27/02 p.20
 
BELL, SCOTT                                                 
    Local man confirms role in investment fraud scam  6/6/02 p.9
 
BENAVIDES, YIDIRA                                           
    Local police seeking woman accused of writing bad checks 
        1/3/02 p.9
 
BENJAMIN, TOM                                               
    Benjamin steps down from Deer Park board  8/29/02 p.7
 
BENSEN, TIMOTHY                                             
    Crash victim in critical condition  3/7/02 p.13
 
BICYCLE COMPANY                                             
    Bike shop gets ok to open in old Seigle's site  1/17/02 p.11
    Barrington Bicycle Co.; Norm Hansen, owner  8/8/02 p.97
 
BILLY CASPER GOLF MANAGEMENT                                
    Private firm to manage county golf courses  7/25/02 p.99
 
BILTMORE COUNTRY CLUB                                       
    Biltmore awarded for environmental work  7/11/02 p.6
    Biltmore Foundation names scholars  8/22/02 p.28
 
BILY, WILLIAM W.                                            
    Police officer remembered fondly  8/29/02 p.5
    Medical examiner says officer was not healthy enough for
        job  9/5/02 p.5
    Suspect ordered to turn over radio equipment in wake of
        officer's death  9/5/02 p.13
    Hearing continued for man accused of interfering with
        police radio use  10/10/02 p.8
 
BISQUE WORKS                                                
    Bisque Works; Sharon Schmidt, owner  10/10/02 p.97
 
BLANCHARD, PEGGY                                            
    Blanchard resigning from economic development post 
        10/31/02 p.9
 
BLESSMAN, JEFF                                              
    Group honors Blessman  4/18/02 p.112
 
BOAND, JOSHUA                                               
    Coroner's jury rules girl's overdose death a homicide 
        8/1/02 p.8
 
BODETT, TOM                                                 
    Author's visit caps assignment  11/28/02 p.21
 
BODY CHEMISTRE                                              
    Body Chemistre; Barbara Stratigakes, owner  11/21/02 p.97
 
BORDERS GROUP, INC.                                         
    Reagle calls Borders project a win-win for everybody 
        7/4/02 p.10
 
BOWERS, SARA                                                
    Bowers leaving BAAC post to pursue new challenges  8/22/02
        p.9
 
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA                                       
    Troop 21 holding reunion jamboree  8/1/02 p.6
 
BRANDT, RON                                                 
    Retiring Sunny Hill principal reflects on rewarding career 
        4/18/02 p.8
 
BRANSTRATOR, DONN                                           
    Think Small creates big treasures  12/5/02 p.113
 
BREMNEOUR, MICHAEL                                          
    Barrington United Methodist stands again  1/10/02 p.7
 
BREUDER, ROBERT                                             
    Lots of luxury in new Breuder office  3/7/02 p.7
    Harper president Breuder considers 2005 retirement  8/8/02
        p.21
    Breuder to step down in 2005  12/19/02 p.12
 
BRODERS, JAN                                                
    Broders a local hero  7/4/02 p.6
 
BROUGHTON, GABE                                             
    Broughton building bridge for success  6/27/02 p.112
 
BROWN, BETTY                                                
    Betty Brown's story inspires students  3/21/02 p.11
 
BURPEE COMPANY                                              
    TCE found on Burpee land unlikely to threaten water  5/9/02
        p.10
 
BUSINESS                                                    
    Esh Pharmacy closing doors  3/28/02 p.11
    Protecting your product  1/24/02 p.93
    Chamber excited about first expo  5/9/02 p.5
    Providing the right tools  3/7/02 p.97
    A new way to take the dog out  8/1/02 p.101
 
BUSINESS ENTERPRISES                                        
    Living in Balance; Susan and Bill Jacques; owners  1/10/02
        p.87
    Savard and Associates Commercial Real Estate; Cassandra
        Savard, owner  1/31/02 p.101
    JoVin Interiors & Gallery; Joan Cook, owner  2/7/02 p.101
    Angelo of Italy Custom Tailors & Alterations; Jack
        D'Angelo; owner  2/14/02 p.95
    Zzoinks; Tami Baranowski, owner  2/28/02 p.97
    The Kitchen Guide, Inc.; Laura Jensen, owner  3/14/02 p.99
    Seattle Sutton's Healthy Eating; Seattle Sutton, owner 
        4/18/02 p.101
    Yogawerks; Chad Satlow, owner  5/16/02 p.97
    Starr Couture; Starr Kondos, owner  5/23/02 p.97
    Greens of Envy Golfscapes; Yvonne and Jerry Kaforski;
        owners  5/30/02 p.89
    Agility Junkies; Lora Del Page and Connie Mininni, owners 
        6/13/02 p.125
    Reagle calls Borders project a win-win for everybody 
        7/4/02 p.10
    Balloon Cottage; Lesley Cowles, owner  7/4/02 p.87
    Versa Medi-Spa; Dr. David P. Van Dam, owner  7/11/02 p.103
    Correction to story on 7/11/02  7/18/02 p.6
    Barrington Bicycle Co.; Norm Hansen, owner  8/8/02 p.97
    Pepper Construction; J. Stanley Pepper, owner  8/15/02 p.97
    McCauley Design; Ed McCauley, owner  8/29/02 p.97
    Entertaining Tuna; Dar & John Lunde, owners  9/5/02 p.93
    Peter Daniel; Beth Johanson, owner  9/26/02 p.115
    Louise's Kitchen College; Louise Waas, owner  10/3/02 p.101
    Bisque Works; Sharon Schmidt, owner  10/10/02 p.97
    Barrington Sweet Tooth; Sandy Murray, owner  10/24/02 p.111
    Precious Friends Pet Sitting; Sue Smyczynski, owner 
        11/7/02 p.101
    Heitman Architects, Inc.; Karl Heitman, owner  11/14/02 p.99
    Jordan Marie joins Ice House Mall  11/14/02 p.100
    Body Chemistre; Barbara Stratigakes, owner  11/21/02 p.97
    B. Chones Hair Design; Debbie Nejdi, owner  12/12/02 p.93
    Linda Z's Sewing Center; Linda Zachman, owner  12/26/02 p.81
 
BUTTITTA, DOMINIC                                           
    New tenant likely for Dairy Queen site  10/17/02 p.7
 
CAHILL, JAMES T.                                            
    Fiery crash kills driver  8/15/02 p.13
    Inquest to be held in death of driver  9/19/02 p.14
    Coroner finds alcohol a factor in fatal crash  10/3/02 p.14
 
CALABRESE, MARY ANN                                         
    Court to decide case of dogs that killed cat  7/11/02 p.7
    Owner of huskies ordered to pay $700 after pets killed cat 
        8/8/02 p.14
 
CAMPAGNA, FREDI SUE                                         
    Quarter horse earns top honor  12/19/02 p.85
 
CAMPAGNA, HARRY                                             
    Quarter horse earns top honor  12/19/02 p.85
 
CANTAFIO, JOE                                               
    Local man moved to help New York firefighters recover 
        7/4/02 p.12
 
CARELLI, DOROTHY                                            
    Couple says flooding may force move  9/26/02 p.11
    Carriage Trail residents insist they are getting a bad rap
        over flooding  10/10/02 p.10
 
CARELLI, GEORGE                                             
    Couple says flooding may force move  9/26/02 p.11
    Carriage Trail residents insist they are getting a bad rap
        over flooding  10/10/02 p.10
 
CARRIAGE TRAIL (LAND SUBDIVISION)                           
    Couple says flooding may force move  9/26/02 p.11
    Carriage Trail residents insist they are getting a bad rap
        over flooding  10/10/02 p.10
 
CASEMENT, NATE                                              
    Suspects sought in jewelry heist  10/31/02 p.12
 
CATLOW THEATER                                              
    New interest in buying the Catlow  8/8/02 p.5
    Tax proposed to save Catlow  12/12/02 p.10
    Reagle opposes amusement tax for the Catlow  12/26/02 p.12
 
CHESNEY, CHRISTOPHER                                        
    Military family  6/13/02 p.40
 
CHESNEY, J. KEVIN                                           
    Military family  6/13/02 p.40
 
CHESNEY, MATTHEW                                            
    Military family  6/13/02 p.40
 
CHESNEY, MICHAEL                                            
    Military family  6/13/02 p.40
 
CHESNEY, TED                                                
    Military family  6/13/02 p.40
 
CHICAGO MASTER SINGERS                                      
    Musical masters  3/21/02 p.B3
 
CHOI, SCHOLASTICA                                           
    BMS-Prairie losing principal  3/28/02 p.6
    Choi leaving Prairie Campus  4/11/02 p.8
 
CHURCH OF THE HOLY SPIRIT                                   
    Archbishop of Canterbury planning three-day visit  10/10/02
        p.94
 
CIOTTI, ERIK                                                
    Homecoming  6/13/02 p.133
 
CITIZENS ALLIANCE 220                                       
    The cost of education  2/14/02 p.7
    How the report was conceived  2/14/02 p.7
    Commercial base lets Cook residents pay less to district 
        2/14/02 p.8
 
CITIZENS FOR CONSERVATION                                   
    Conservation group marking 15 years of work  5/9/02 p.5
 
CLEARBROOK CENTER FOR THE HANDICAPPED                       
    Clearbrook needs coins, volunteers  4/11/02 p.12
 
COMMONWEALTH EDISON                                         
    Concerns raised about ComEd tree cutting  6/13/02 p.37
 
COOK COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT                        
    Private firm to manage county golf courses  7/25/02 p.99
 
COOK COUNTY, ILL.                                           
    New machines should help election judges  2/21/02 p.7
    Volunteer named unsung heroine  4/4/02 p.11
    Chaos at the courthouse  7/18/02 p.10
    Hospital malpractice suit costs taxpayers $19 million 
        7/18/02 p.89
    Private firm to manage county golf courses  7/25/02 p.99
    Referendums, assessment hikes combining to give taxpayers a
        jolt  9/26/02 p.9
    Assessment  9/26/02 p.111
    County clerk urges knocking out chads  10/31/02 p.11
 
COOK STREET PLAZA (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                 
    Financing gives trustees hope for Cook Street Plaza  2/7/02
        p.5
    Funding ok'd for Cook Street Plaza project  2/28/02 p.5
    Plan commission to vote on Cook Street Plaza plan  5/16/02
        p.5
    Make more room for the cars  5/23/02 p.5
    Cook Street Plaza plan criticized  6/13/02 p.5
    Cook Street Plaza gets ok  6/20/02 p.5
    Mayor knows board will override plaza veto  6/27/02 p.11
    Board overrides Reagle's veto  7/18/02 p.6
 
COOK, JOAN                                                  
    JoVin Interiors & Gallery; Joan Cook, owner  2/7/02 p.101
 
COTTING, JIM                                                
    Cotting brings financial expertise to District 220  1/31/02
        p.8
 
COUNCIL OF BARRINGTON GARDEN CLUBS                          
    Group urges beautification effort  6/6/02 p.9
 
COUNTRYSIDE SCHOOL                                          
    Sad they have to go  1/3/02 p.21
    Countryside students finally move into Woodland School 
        1/10/02 p.9
    Construction of new schools on schedule  4/25/02 p.9
    Countryside principal stepping down  5/9/02 p.7
    Principal picked for Countryside  5/30/02 p.9
    Countryside set to welcome students  8/22/02 p.5
    New era begins at rebuilt Countryside  8/29/02 p.10
 
COUNTRYSIDE UNITARIAN CHURCH                                
    Countryside Unitarian expands to meet growth  10/3/02 p.28
 
COWBOY DREAMS                                               
    Community invited to walk and roll for Cowboy Dreams 
        3/28/02 p.10
 
COWLES, LESLEY                                              
    Balloon Cottage; Lesley Cowles, owner  7/4/02 p.87
 
CRANE, PHILIP M.                                            
    Crane pushes Customs crackdown at forum  6/13/02 p.39
    Bean says Crane is out of touch with district  10/24/02 p.7
    Crane skips candidates' forum  10/31/02 p.10
    Low-key Crane gets big win  11/7/02 p.5
 
CRIME AND CRIMINALS                                         
    Local police seeking woman accused of writing bad checks 
        1/3/02 p.9
    AMC receives suspicious bill  1/10/02 p.6
    20 teens charged at drinking party  1/24/02 p.12
    Mailbox destruction tough crime to solve  2/7/02 p.12
    Former Ela supervisor indicted  2/21/02 p.11
    DCFS investigating case of abandonment  3/7/02 p.11
    Village cracks down on drunken driving  3/7/02 p.12
    DCFS still probing abandonment case  3/14/02 p.6
    Minors charged at party  3/28/02 p.13
    Police seeking man who abducted woman  5/2/02 p.11
    Charges filed against teacher who put camera in restroom 
        5/30/02 p.8
    Deer Park man charged with child pornography  5/30/02 p.13
    Local man confirms role in investment fraud scam  6/6/02 p.9
    Identity theft a growing problem  6/13/02 p.43
    Teacher who put camera in restroom fined  6/27/02 p.9
    Area among safest in state  7/4/02 p.5
    Armed with gun, thieves get jewels  7/11/02 p.5
    Court to decide case of dogs that killed cat  7/11/02 p.7
    Pornography case continued  7/18/02 p.6
    Man accused of mail fraud  7/25/02 p.12
    Graham's arraignment moved back  8/1/02 p.6
    Graham to be arraigned today  8/8/02 p.6
    Owner of huskies ordered to pay $700 after pets killed cat 
        8/8/02 p.14
    Hate crimes focus of more attention  8/8/02 p.20
    Accused cocaine supplier arrested  8/22/02 p.12
    Police officer remembered fondly  8/29/02 p.5
    Child pornography case continued  8/29/02 p.6
    Graham pleads not guilty to mail fraud  8/29/02 p.14
    Medical examiner says officer was not healthy enough for
        job  9/5/02 p.5
    Suspect ordered to turn over radio equipment in wake of
        officer's death  9/5/02 p.13
    Grever guilty on all 12 counts  9/19/02 p.5
    Continuance granted in pornography case  9/26/02 p.12
    Hearing continued for man accused of interfering with
        police radio use  10/10/02 p.8
    Woman accused of knowingly exposing man to AIDS virus 
        10/17/02 p.12
    Suspects sought in jewelry heist  10/31/02 p.12
    Stabbing suspect may face upgraded charge  11/14/02 p.11
    Stabbing case continued  11/28/02 p.14
 
CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                         
    Township to maintain village's roads  2/21/02 p.6
    Smiddy hitting the road  3/28/02 p.7
    Changes in assessments  4/4/02 p.99
    Cuba Township losing battle with flooding  6/20/02 p.5
    Assessment roll  12/19/02 p.100
 
CURRY, DAYNA                                                
    Missionaries trust God more after ordeal  2/21/02 p.5
 
DADEY, DEBBIE                                               
    Author details creative process  4/18/02 p.25
 
DAIRY QUEEN (RESTAURANT)                                    
    Reagle hoping to lure new ice cream vendor  1/3/02 p.5
    New tenant likely for Dairy Queen site  10/17/02 p.7
 
DALE, STEVE                                                 
    A new way to take the dog out  8/1/02 p.101
 
D'ANGELO, JACK                                              
    Angelo of Italy Custom Tailors & Alterations; Jack
        D'Angelo; owner  2/14/02 p.95
 
DANLEY, DAVID                                               
    Fire chief retiring in November  7/18/02 p.5
    Retired fire chief proud of contributions  11/7/02 p.11
 
DARCH, KAREN                                                
    Darch running for third term  12/19/02 p.10
 
DAVIES, GLEN                                                
    Painting a picture of the fine arts  1/31/02 p.23
 
DAWSON, GENE                                                
    Dawson named to GOP board  7/4/02 p.6
 
DAY, JIMMY                                                  
    Family inspired by diabetes fund-raiser  9/26/02 p.7
 
DEER PARK TOWN CENTER (SHOPPING CENTER)                     
    New steakhouse open in Deer Park  2/28/02 p.99
    Theater complex closer to joining town center  10/24/02 p.12
 
DEER PARK, ILL.                                             
    New steakhouse open in Deer Park  2/28/02 p.99
    Deer Park man charged with child pornography  5/30/02 p.13
    Benjamin steps down from Deer Park board  8/29/02 p.7
    Deer Park may experience Lake-Cook work in spring  9/12/02
        p.10
    Continuance granted in pornography case  9/26/02 p.12
    Karl names nominee to fill trustee's post  10/3/02 p.12
    Theater complex closer to joining town center  10/24/02 p.12
    Hegarty appointed trustee  10/24/02 p.12
    Towns pass impact fee measure  12/26/02 p.6
 
DEL PAGE, LORA                                              
    Agility Junkies; Lora Del Page and Connie Mininni, owners 
        6/13/02 p.125
 
DEL RE, GARY                                                
    Sheriff's race heats up over tactics  10/31/02 p.96
    Sheriff, clerk re-elected in Lake  11/7/02 p.8
 
DELCORE, JOSH                                               
    New coach Delcore trying to continue excellence  12/5/02
        p.140
 
DELROSSO, VICTOR                                            
    DelRosso steals show at Palatine Relays  5/2/02 p.104
 
DEMOTT, PHYLLIS A.                                          
    DeMott being recognized as a leader  5/16/02 p.85
 
DESIGNER SHOWHOUSE 2002                                     
    Thinking of redecorating?  4/25/02 p.7
 
DIABETES (DISEASE)                                          
    Annual Dash to Cure Diabetes is Sunday  5/23/02 p.7
    Family inspired by diabetes fund-raiser  9/26/02 p.7
    Santo walk raises funds, hope  9/26/02 p.7
 
DICK, DAVID                                                 
    Dick takes over Broncos basketball for a year  5/9/02 p.110
    Leadership Academy jobs announced  6/27/02 p.7
 
DIEBOLD, VIRGINIA                                           
    Moo-ving on  9/12/02 p.87
 
DISTRICT 220 EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION                         
    Educational Foundation announces grant awards  5/23/02 p.26
 
DIVINCENZO, JANICE                                          
    New principal picked for Lines  7/4/02 p.13
 
DOCEKAL, JUDY                                               
    Countryside principal stepping down  5/9/02 p.7
 
DORAZIL, MIKE                                               
    Dorazil speeds to 12th at State  11/14/02 p.111
 
DUCHOSSOIS, KIM                                             
    Duchossois moved by local commitment to Relay for Life 
        6/13/02 p.10
 
DUNN, TIM                                                   
    Dunn apologizes to fire district  11/21/02 p.5
 
EAST DUNDEE, ILL.                                           
    Couple says industrial park to blame for yard flooding 
        1/31/02 p.9
 
EDUCATION                                                   
    Asthma catches students breathless  2/28/02 p.7
    Montessori idea, not locale thrills plan commissioners 
        2/28/02 p.94
    University project measures student credit card use  8/8/02
        p.24
    Schools' task?  Close the gap  8/22/02 p.20
    Title I schools first to face sanctions  8/22/02 p.20
    New law's requirements  8/22/02 p.21
    Choice may not work here  8/22/02 p.22
    District 220 already raising standards  8/22/02 p.23
    Filling the funding gap  8/29/02 p.8
    Views vary on school-volunteer criminal checks  10/3/02 p.7
 
ELA FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS                                    
    Festival, township, struggle over funding  2/21/02 p.98
    Despite changes, Ela festival keeps quality  6/6/02 p.11
 
ELA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                          
    Former Ela supervisor indicted  2/21/02 p.11
    Festival, township, struggle over funding  2/21/02 p.98
    Despite changes, Ela festival keeps quality  6/6/02 p.11
    Grever guilty on all 12 counts  9/19/02 p.5
 
ELECTIONS                                                   
    District 220 pursuing two tax hikes  1/10/02 p.5
    Public's confidence lacking  1/17/02 p.5
    Mullins says petitions accurate  1/17/02 p.21
    Getting the word out  1/24/02 p.23
    Board to discuss plan if tax referendum fails  2/14/02 p.9
    Fire District vowing it won't raise tax rate more than 15
        cents  2/14/02 p.12
    New machines should help election judges  2/21/02 p.7
    Fire District resolves tax rate increase will not top 15
        cents  2/21/02 p.8
    District 220 approves program cuts, fee hikes  2/28/02 p.5
    Proposed funding cuts would hit District 220 hard  2/28/02
        p.10
    Parents would pay bigger share  3/7/02 p.5
    Stating their case  3/14/02 p.5
    Correction to story of 3/7/02  3/14/02 p.6
    Beaubien touting his experience  3/14/02 p.7
    Bassi, Kostka differ on key issues  3/14/02 p.7
    Jones, Menzel divided on education, O'Hare  3/14/02 p.8
    Open space group pushing Park District referendum  3/14/02
        p.9
    Fire District hoping voters provide positive response 
        3/14/02 p.10
    Lawyers evaluate judicial candidates  3/14/02 p.21
    Sample ballot  3/14/02 p.96
    Voters say yes to more taxes  3/21/02 p.5
    Park District can buy Jewel Tea parcel  3/21/02 p.5
    Jones easily beats Menzel  3/21/02 p.9
    Bassi barely defeats Kostka  3/21/02 p.9
    Beaubien coasts to primary win  3/21/02 p.9
    Sullivan soars by Sindles  3/21/02 p.10
    Fire District can plan for new station  3/21/02 p.10
    Democrats to challenge in 51st House  3/28/02 p.7
    Educating voters credited for passing referendums  3/28/02
        p.10
    Objection filed in 51st House race  6/6/02 p.10
    51st House challenge dismissed  6/27/02 p.20
    Board critic says he will run for trustee  8/22/02 p.8
    Forest Preserve putting referendum on ballot  8/29/02 p.13
    Clerk defends decision to get new ballots  10/10/02 p.11
    Former jockey vying to overtake Goslin  10/17/02 p.11
    Round Lake democrat hoping to top Beaubien  10/24/02 p.6
    Bean says Crane is out of touch with district  10/24/02 p.7
    Jones, Minton battle in 27th Senate  10/24/02 p.11
    Candidates in 51st House differ on several issues  10/24/02
        p.21
    Recapping Tuesday's top contested races  10/31/02 p.7
    Crane skips candidates' forum  10/31/02 p.10
    County clerk urges knocking out chads  10/31/02 p.11
    Sheriff's race heats up over tactics  10/31/02 p.96
    Lake County Clerk candidates air views  10/31/02 p.98
    Low-key Crane gets big win  11/7/02 p.5
    Beaubien coasts to victory in 52nd District  11/7/02 p.5
    Wendell wins again  11/7/02 p.7
    Sullivan easily defeats Shepherdson  11/7/02 p.7
    Goslin keeps Cook County Board seat  11/7/02 p.7
    Sheriff, clerk re-elected in Lake  11/7/02 p.8
    Forest Preserve tax hike passes  11/7/02 p.9
    Here's how you voted  11/14/02 p.12
    Reagle putting slate together for election  11/21/02 p.8
    Starkey to seek second term  12/5/02 p.6
    Darch running for third term  12/19/02 p.10
 
ELGIN, JOLIET & EASTERN RAILROAD                            
    Working on the railroad  4/25/02 p.10
    Opponents see good, bad news on railroad plan  7/11/02 p.12
 
ELK GROVE VILLAGE PHYSICIANS GROUP                          
    Clinics close, leaving behind medical records  9/5/02 p.21
 
ENGEL, VOLKER                                               
    It was more than just a job  5/23/02 p.7
 
ENMARK, AILEEN                                              
    Couple celebrates 70 years  8/1/02 p.95
 
ENMARK, CLAUS                                               
    Couple celebrates 70 years  8/1/02 p.95
 
ENTERTAINING TUNA                                           
    Entertaining Tuna; Dar & John Lunde, owners  9/5/02 p.93
 
ESH PHARMACY                                                
    Esh Pharmacy closing doors  3/28/02 p.11
    Out of business  4/4/02 p.7
 
ESTATES AT INVERNESS RIDGE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)        
    Inverness approves more homes for Jung property  2/14/02
        p.12
 
EVERGREEN CEMETERY                                          
    Crew takes pride in upkeep of Evergreen  9/12/02 p.7
 
EWING, DONNA                                                
    Horses take a trip to the dentist  5/23/02 p.81
 
FAGAN, CHARLES                                              
    Sheriff's race heats up over tactics  10/31/02 p.96
    Sheriff, clerk re-elected in Lake  11/7/02 p.8
 
FELDMAN, DIANNE                                             
    Couple chalking it up to fate  2/14/02 p.11
 
FELDMAN, HY                                                 
    Couple chalking it up to fate  2/14/02 p.11
 
FENCHEL, JORDAN A.                                          
    Cause of Inverness man's death unknown  8/1/02 p.9
 
FESSLER, ART                                                
    District 220 searching for successor to Art Fessler 
        4/18/02 p.9
 
FIDUCCIA, CHRISTINA                                         
    Fiduccia holds off field to win title  10/3/02 p.114
 
FINNEGAN, JIM                                               
    Resident wants Choose Life plate available in state 
        8/29/02 p.12
 
FIRES                                                       
    House still standing after two fires  10/17/02 p.5
 
FISH LAKE                                                   
    Forest Preserve buys 130 acres  3/21/02 p.12
 
FLANAGAN, ANNA                                              
    Neighbors sue to block shelter  7/11/02 p.21
 
FLANAGAN, LEE                                               
    Neighbors sue to block shelter  7/11/02 p.21
 
FLETCHER, NICK                                              
    Traffic concerns prompting Tootsies to leave Main Street 
        2/28/02 p.9
 
FORMAN, KIMBERLY                                            
    Forman at odds with Starkey over status  7/4/02 p.5
 
FORSBERG, TED                                               
    Former mayor loses law license  2/21/02 p.10
 
FRANZESE, JON                                               
    Franzese sets new standard despite losing campaign  5/30/02
        p.102
 
FREDA, ROSE                                                 
    Nursing home being sued for wrongful death  8/8/02 p.12
 
FREEMASONS                                                  
    Masons have nothing to hide  12/12/02 p.7
 
FURDA, GREG                                                 
    Furda gives up  5/16/02 p.5
 
G. MEESE AND ASSOCIATES                                     
    Village annexes parcel to prevent development  2/28/02 p.12
    South Barrington has to return land  10/31/02 p.10
 
GAMBILL, KATHLEEN                                           
    Mentoring program drew woman to nursing field  7/4/02 p.7
 
GARLANDS OF BARRINGTON (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)            
    Garlands offers seniors luxury  7/25/02 p.101
 
GATORADE SPORTS SCIENCE INSTITUTE                           
    Science of Gatorade conducted here  4/11/02 p.93
 
GILL, BECKY                                                 
    Teacher's passion brings high honor  4/11/02 p.25
 
GIRLS SCOUTS OF AMERICA                                     
    Girl Scouts set up shop in mall  8/22/02 p.97
 
GLEN (LAND SUBDIVISION)                                     
    No help to pay for private plowing  1/17/02 p.9
 
GLENDINNING, GENE                                           
    An old Illinois railroad finds its biographer  12/5/02 p.B4
 
GODFRYT, THADDEUS                                           
    Account of Pearl Harbor attack touches students  11/14/02
        p.5
 
GOLTRA, REN                                                 
    A show of good faith  2/14/02 p.5
    Many differences between village, Goltra have stymied
        redevelopment  2/14/02 p.10
 
GOOCH, TOM                                                  
    Dunn apologizes to Fire District  11/21/02 p.5
 
GOOD SHEPHERD HOSPITAL                                      
    Good Shepherd has programs for juniors  3/28/02 p.20
    Nurses describe rewards of demanding occupation  5/9/02 p.9
    More parents using their imagination to name kids  6/13/02
        p.38
    Program gives kids of cancer patients a chance to relax 
        6/13/02 p.42
    Teens enjoying peek at medical careers  8/1/02 p.10
    A premature miracle  8/15/02 p.7
    Art in the Barn looks to build on success  9/26/02 p.5
    Poor economy hurts Art in the Barn  10/3/02 p.9
    Hospital honors volunteers  10/17/02 p.95
    Good Shepherd relieved over Blue Cross deal  11/21/02 p.6
    Seeking to expand care  12/19/02 p.5
    Good Shepherd states its case  12/26/02 p.5
    Many reach out to help abandoned baby  12/26/02 p.11
 
GORECKI, JOANNA                                             
    This senior made the most of her four years  5/30/02 p.8
 
GOSKI, JAMES P.                                             
    Barrington man dies in motorcycle crash  7/18/02 p.8
    Correction to story of 7/18/02  7/25/02 p.6
 
GOSLIN, GREGG                                               
    Former jockey vying to overtake Goslin  10/17/02 p.11
    Goslin keeps Cook County Board seat  11/7/02 p.7
 
GOVERNMENT                                                  
    Defense spending plan wins approval  1/3/02 p.12
    House overhauls campaign finance  2/21/02 p.103
    Campaign finance law approve by Senate  3/28/02 p.12
    House oks tougher welfare regulations  5/23/02 p.27
    House approves more spending  5/30/02 p.18
    Crane pushes Customs crackdown at forum  6/13/02 p.39
    House votes to end estate tax  6/13/02 p.115
    House votes to end marriage penalty  6/20/02 p.21
    Senate oks plan to ship nuclear reactor waste  7/11/02 p.8
    Corporate fraud, anti-terror top votes  8/1/02 p.19
    Crane requests money for watersheds  11/28/02 p.6
 
GOVERNOR'S PARK NURSING HOME                                
    Nursing home being sued for wrongful death  8/8/02 p.12
 
GOYAL, ARVIND, DR.                                          
    Goyal receives award from A.H.A. and Pfizer  7/11/02 p.95
 
GOYAL, VINOD, DR.                                           
    No arrests at rare home protest by pro-life groups  7/25/02
        p.8
 
GRAHAM, CLAYTON                                             
    Man accused of mail fraud  7/25/02 p.12
    Graham's arraignment moved back  8/1/02 p.6
    Graham to be arraigned today  8/8/02 p.6
    Graham pleads not guilty to mail fraud  8/29/02 p.14
 
GRAHAM, STEVEN E.                                           
    Police officer remembered fondly  8/29/02 p.5
    Medical examiner says officer was not healthy enough for
        job  9/5/02 p.5
    Suspect ordered to turn over radio equipment in wake of
        officer's death  9/5/02 p.13
    Hearing continued for man accused of interfering with
        police radio use  10/10/02 p.8
 
GREENS OF ENVY GOLFSCAPES                                   
    Greens of Envy Golfscapes; Yvonne and Jerry Kaforski;
        owners  5/30/02 p.89
 
GREVER, ROBERT                                              
    Former Ela supervisor indicted  2/21/02 p.11
    Grever guilty on all 12 counts  9/19/02 p.5
 
GROVE AVENUE SCHOOL                                         
    Grove Avenue hosting 16th carnival  9/12/02 p.9
    PTO thrilled with support for Grove Avenue carnival 
        9/19/02 p.10
    Account of Pearl Harbor attack touches students  11/14/02
        p.5
 
HAGER'S COUNTRY MARKET                                      
    Christmas trees a tradition at Hager's  12/19/02 p.7
 
HALL, SUSAN                                                 
    A mother-and-child revelation  11/21/02 p.83
 
HANDICAPPED                                                 
    I could barely make it up the ramp  5/23/02 p.25
 
HANSEN, NORM                                                
    Barrington Bicycle Co.; Norm Hansen, owner  8/8/02 p.97
 
HANSLEY, MARY, REV.                                         
    Pioneering priest in awe after 25 years  1/17/02 p.5
 
HAROLD SQUARE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                     
    Financing gives trustees hope for Cook Street Plaza  2/7/02
        p.5
    Funding ok'd for Cook Street Plaza project  2/28/02 p.5
    Plan commission to vote on Cook Street Plaza plan  5/16/02
        p.5
    Make more room for the cars  5/23/02 p.5
    Cook Street Plaza plan criticized  6/13/02 p.5
    Cook Street Plaza gets ok  6/20/02 p.5
    Mayor knows board will override plaza veto  6/27/02 p.11
    Board overrides Reagle's veto  7/18/02 p.6
 
HARPER COLLEGE                                              
    Lots of luxury in new Breuder office  3/7/02 p.7
    Harper board raises tuition, student fees  3/7/02 p.8
    Shure, supporters lash our at board  3/28/02 p.5
    River isn't end for Willis  4/18/02 p.B9
    Teachers bring contract feud to public  8/1/02 p.7
    Harper president Breuder considers 2005 retirement  8/8/02
        p.21
    Teacher contract holds key to other labor agreements 
        9/19/02 p.11
    Professor fought political apathy  10/3/02 p.100
    Harper faculty goes on strike  10/10/02 p.5
    Harper College president gets raise  10/10/02 p.12
    Harper dispute hardens  10/17/02 p.7
    Harper faculty, board look to heal wounds  10/24/02 p.8
    Breuder to step down in 2005  12/19/02 p.12
 
HAWTHORN WOODS, ILL.                                        
    Pact puts limit on development  5/2/02 p.5
    County says it will not back boundary deal villages have 
        8/15/02 p.9
 
HEALTH WORLD CHILDREN'S MUSEUM                              
    Kaleidoscope brings extra fun to museum  5/23/02 p.5
    Children dig deep to find dinosaur at Health World  7/25/02
        p.10
 
HEALTHIER BARRINGTON PROJECT                                
    Survey asks residents to rate quality of life  2/7/02 p.11
 
HEGARTY, STEVE                                              
    Karl names nominee to fill trustee's post  10/3/02 p.12
    Hegarty appointed trustee  10/24/02 p.12
 
HEITMAN ARCHITECTS, INC.                                    
    Heitman Architects, Inc.; Karl Heitman, owner  11/14/02 p.99
 
HEITMAN, KARL                                               
    Heitman Architects, Inc.; Karl Heitman, owner  11/14/02 p.99
 
HELANDER, WILLARD                                           
    Lake County Clerk candidates air views  10/31/02 p.98
    Sheriff, clerk re-elected in Lake  11/7/02 p.8
 
HERRMAN, DAN                                                
    Sup-Herrman  4/11/02 p. 101
    Herrman doesn't get storybook finish at State  5/16/02 p.107
 
HERRMANN, MARY                                              
    Herrmann ok after dizzy spell  6/6/02 p.6
 
HERSHMAN, SARA                                              
    Big splash!  11/28/02 p.101
 
HICKS, JIM                                                  
    Teacher has kids play with physics  9/19/02 p.27
 
HILLMAN, JOEL                                               
    Offer made to save Jewel Tea building  4/18/02 p.11
    Rejecting bid for Jewel Tea not about money  4/25/02 p.11
 
HIMELSTEIN, AARON                                           
    Young Powers star  8/8/02 p.B3
 
HOERER, PAUL                                                
    Coroner's jury rules girl's overdose death a homicide 
        8/1/02 p.8
 
HOFFMAN ESTATES, ILL.                                       
    South Barrington being hit hard by legal costs  4/18/02 p.11
    Judge rules for Meijer megastore  8/1/02 p.12
    Village will appeal ruling for Meijer  8/8/02 p.12
 
HOLY FAMILY CATHOLIC CHURCH                                 
    Church grants neighbors' wish  1/10/02 p.7
    Church drops request to run PADS site, issue could
        resurface  3/14/02 p.5
    Holy Family opening elementary school  7/18/02 p.9
 
HOME OF THE SPARROW                                         
    Book drive to benefit homeless  11/28/02 p.10
 
HOMELESS PEOPLE                                             
    Church grants neighbors' wish  1/10/02 p.7
    Church drops request to run PADS site, issue could
        resurface  3/14/02 p.5
    Book drive to benefit homeless  11/28/02 p.10
    Center gives hope to homeless people  12/5/02 p.29
 
HOOVED ANIMAL RESCUE AND PROTECTION SOCIETY                 
    Horses take a trip to the dentist  5/23/02 p.81
 
HORSES                                                      
    Horses take a trip to the dentist  5/23/02 p.81
    Kemper rebooks her Juniors ride to Dublin  8/22/02 p.110
    Horses getting shots for virus, effectiveness still in
        question  9/19/02 p.7
    Fund-raiser benefits equine therapy  12/19/02 p.6
    Quarter horse earns top honor  12/19/02 p.85
 
HOSPICE OF NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS                            
    Everyone wins at annual duck race  8/15/02 p.5
 
HOUGH STREET SCHOOL                                         
    Trip to the sea gives students an education  5/30/02 p.25
 
HUNT, PAUL D.                                               
    Reagle's trustee pick irks board  10/17/02 p.5
    Board grills trustee nominee  10/24/02 p.5
    Board approves Reagle's choice  10/31/02 p.5
 
ICE HOUSE MALL (SHOPPING CENTER)                            
    Keeping up with the times  3/21/02 p.97
    Girl Scouts set up shop in mall  8/22/02 p.97
    Jordan Marie joins Ice House Mall  11/14/02 p.100
 
ILLINOIS ARTS COUNCIL                                       
    Art programs benefit from grants  9/26/02 p.27
 
ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES                    
    State honors tree advocate Tiedje  5/2/02 p.7
 
ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION                       
    Debate over Route 59 resolution drags on  5/2/02 p.7
    Route 59 resolution finally passes  5/30/02 p.5
 
ILLINOIS ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY                    
    TCE found on Burpee land unlikely to threaten water  5/9/02
        p.10
 
ILLINOIS FATHERHOOD INITIATIVE                              
    Children's essays about dad pull on the heart strings 
        4/18/02 p.10
 
INTEGRATED HEALTH SERVICES, INC.                            
    Nursing home being sued for wrongful death  8/8/02 p.12
 
INVERNESS PARK DISTRICT                                     
    Grant will help Inverness finish park renovation  3/14/02
        p.14
 
INVERNESS, ILL.                                             
    Church grants neighbors' wish  1/10/02 p.7
    Inverness closer to adding village annex  1/17/02 p.11
    20 teens charged at drinking party  1/24/02 p.12
    Mailbox destruction tough crime to solve  2/7/02 p.12
    Inverness approves more homes for Jung property  2/14/02
        p.12
    Grant will help Inverness finish park renovation  3/14/02
        p.14
    Minors charged at party  3/28/02 p.13
    Board taps reserves to balance budget  6/20/02 p.7
    Court to decide case of dogs that killed cat  7/11/02 p.7
    Holy Family opening elementary school  7/18/02 p.9
    Inverness village board allows schools but limits locations
        7/18/02 p.9
    Inverness will construct annex on old foundation  7/18/02
        p.12
    Cause of Inverness man's death unknown  8/1/02 p.9
    Owner of huskies ordered to pay $700 after pets killed cat 
        8/8/02 p.14
    Police officer remembered fondly  8/29/02 p.5
    Medical examiner says officer was not healthy enough for
        job  9/5/02 p.5
    Suspect ordered to turn over radio equipment in wake of
        officer's death  9/5/02 p.13
    Hearing continued for man accused of interfering with
        police radio use  10/10/02 p.8
 
IRVIN, ROBERT                                               
    Reagle fires barbs at Irvin  1/31/02 p.5
    Irvin leaving post  12/12/02 p.5
 
JACQUES, BILL                                               
    Living in Balance; Susan and Bill Jacques; owners  1/10/02
        p.87
 
JACQUES, SUSAN                                              
    Living in Balance; Susan and Bill Jacques; owners  1/10/02
        p.87
 
JENSEN, LAURA                                               
    The Kitchen Guide, Inc.; Laura Jensen, owner  3/14/02 p.99
 
JEWEL FOOD STORES                                           
    Bidding for more open space  1/31/02 p.7
    Woodsome wants to see Jewel Tea building saved  3/7/02 p.10
    Park District can buy Jewel Tea parcel  3/21/02 p.5
    Offer made to save Jewel Tea building  4/18/02 p.11
    Rejecting bid for Jewel Tea not about money  4/25/02 p.11
    Village, Park District competing for grant  5/16/02 p.12
    Sharing some history about Jewel Tea Company  6/6/02 p.109
    Historical groups support saving Jewel Tea building  8/8/02
        p.10
    Villages to assist Park District with grant  8/15/02 p.6
    Police keeping closer eye on Jewel Tea  11/7/02 p.11
 
JOHANSON, BETH                                              
    Peter Daniel; Beth Johanson, owner  9/26/02 p.115
 
JONES, ANN BOWMAN                                           
    Woman's handbags a hot item  11/28/02 p.93
 
JONES, WENDELL                                              
    Jones, Menzel divided on education, O'Hare  3/14/02 p.8
    Jones easily beats Menzel  3/21/02 p.9
    Jones, Minton battle in 27th Senate  10/24/02 p.11
    Wendell wins again  11/7/02 p.7
 
JORDAN MARIE                                                
    Jordan Marie joins Ice House Mall  11/14/02 p.100
 
JOURNEYS FROM PADS TO HOPE                                  
    Center gives hope to homeless people  12/5/02 p.29
 
JOVIN INTERIORS & GALLERY                                   
    JoVin Interiors & Gallery; Joan Cook, owner  2/7/02 p.101
 
JUNG PROPERTY                                               
    Inverness approves more homes for Jung property  2/14/02
        p.12
 
JUVENILE DIABETES (DISEASE)                                 
    Annual Dash to Cure Diabetes is Sunday  5/23/02 p.7
    Santo walk raises funds, hope  9/26/02 p.7
 
KAESER, K.R.                                                
    Morgan, Kaeser fifth at State  6/30/02 p.101
 
KAFORSKI, JERRY                                             
    Greens of Envy Golfscapes; Yvonne and Jerry Kaforski;
        owners  5/30/02 p.89
 
KAFORSKI, YVONNE                                            
    Greens of Envy Golfscapes; Yvonne and Jerry Kaforski;
        owners  5/30/02 p.89
 
KARL, RICK                                                  
    Karl names nominee to fill trustee's post  10/3/02 p.12
 
KAUFFMAN, CAITLIN M.                                        
    New Year's baby  1/10/02 p.5
 
KAUFMAN, LAUREN                                             
    Lovett, Kaufman turn enjoyment into sixth-place finish 
        10/31/02 p.111
 
KEENAN, PAUL                                                
    Fillies tap successful Keenan  10/31/02 p.113
 
KELLEY HOUSE                                                
    Inverness closer to adding village annex  1/17/02 p.11
 
KELLY, JOE                                                  
    Having a real hoot  7/4/02 p.95
 
KEMPER, SARA                                                
    Kemper rebooks her Juniors ride to Dublin  8/22/02 p.110
 
KENNEDY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION                             
    Barrington may annex land for new subdivision  1/17/02 p.10
    Board opts not to annex land for subdivision  1/31/02 p.7
 
KENRICH, AMY                                                
    Memorial bike ride was hope-raiser  10/10/02 p.9
 
KERNS, CAROLINE                                             
    Kerns survives to win golf title  10/3/02 p.115
 
KITCHEN GUIDE, INC.                                         
    The Kitchen Guide, Inc.; Laura Jensen, owner  3/14/02 p.99
 
KLEHM PROPERTY                                              
    Klehm lawsuit ruling postponed  2/7/02 p.6
    Klehm developers file amended lawsuit  3/28/02 p.6
    Board told to keep fighting developer  9/19/02 p.9
 
KMART                                                       
    Local Kmart stores staying open for now  1/31/02 p.12
 
KONDOS, STARR                                               
    Starr Couture; Starr Kondos, owner  5/23/02 p.97
 
KOSTICK, DIANE                                              
    Voices lets Barrington's unsung heroes be heard  8/22/02
        p.10
 
KOSTKA, WARREN                                              
    Bassi, Kostka differ on key issues  3/14/02 p.7
    Bassi barely defeats Kostka  3/21/02 p.9
 
KOTTKE TREE FARM                                            
    Village annexes parcel to prevent development  2/28/02 p.12
 
KRABBE, GEORGE                                              
    Crew takes pride in upkeep of Evergreen  9/12/02 p.7
 
KRAMER, RACHEL                                              
    Crew takes pride in upkeep of Evergreen  9/12/02 p.7
 
LA MESA (RESTAURANT)                                        
    Eatery hosting Cinco de Mayo fiesta  5/2/02 p.93
 
LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL.                                       
    Township to maintain village's roads  2/21/02 p.6
    Villages happy state has put off Route 22 project  3/21/02
        p.8
    Towns not dropping Route 22 fight  7/18/02 p.7
    Veteran trustee leaves Lake Barrington board  10/3/02 p.10
 
LAKE COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT                        
    Prescribed burns help restore wild land  1/3/02 p.11
    Forest Preserve buys 130 acres  3/21/02 p.12
    Forest Preserve putting referendum on ballot  8/29/02 p.13
    Forest Preserve tax hike passes  11/7/02 p.9
    Forest Preserve to buy 81 acres  11/21/02 p.14
 
LAKE COUNTY, ILL.                                           
    Prescribed burns help restore wild land  1/3/02 p.11
    Lake County numbers reiterate joblessness  1/31/02 p.105
    County inspectors red tag violators  3/21/02 p.14
    County oks salary hike for board and officials  5/23/02 p.10
    Suit seeks to stop collection of taxes  5/30/02 p.6
    Area leaders finish review of county's transportation plans
        6/6/02 p.8
    Senior moment  6/27/02 p.7
    All American fun at the county fair  7/18/02 p.11
    County says it will not back boundary deal villages have 
        8/15/02 p.9
    County residents willing to pay for more land  8/15/02 p.84
    Transportation ideas offered  8/22/02 p.101
    Forest Preserve putting referendum on ballot  8/29/02 p.13
    Clerk defends decision to get new ballots  10/10/02 p.11
    University Center purchases satellite site in Waukegan 
        10/10/02 p.93
    Forest Preserve tax hike passes  11/7/02 p.9
    Forest Preserve to buy 81 acres  11/21/02 p.14
    Delinquencies  11/28/02 p.82
 
LAKE FOREST, ILL.                                           
    Archbishop of Canterbury planning three-day visit  10/10/02
        p.94
 
LAKE ZURICH, ILL.                                           
    Festival, township, struggle over funding  2/21/02 p.98
    Despite changes, Ela festival keeps quality  6/6/02 p.11
 
LAUBE, ALENA                                                
    New administrator joining District 220  6/6/02 p.6
 
LAW                                                         
    Church drops request to run PADS site, issue could
        resurface  3/14/02 p.5
    Tower Lakes residents hear pros, cons of leaf burning 
        5/2/02 p.10
    Impact fee law to be drafted for towns  5/2/02 p.11
    Community split over leaf burning issue  5/30/02 p.11
    Bed and breakfast proposal alive  12/19/02 p.19
 
LEE, BOB                                                    
    Man inspired by victims of ALS during bike journey  2/21/02
        p.9
    Memorial bike ride was hope-raiser  10/10/02 p.9
 
LEHMAN, JIM                                                 
    Young authors  2/14/02 p.23
 
LEONARD, TOM                                                
    Leonard a finalist for New Trier post  2/21/02 p.7
    Leonard staying at Barrington  2/28/02 p.12
 
LET FREEDOM SING TOUR                                       
    Local man moved to help New York firefighters recover 
        7/4/02 p.12
 
LEVIN, NICOLE L.                                            
    Cause of teenager's death still unknown  6/6/02 p.12
    Inquest scheduled in teen's death  7/11/02 p.5
    Coroner's jury rules girl's overdose death a homicide 
        8/1/02 p.8
 
LINDA Z'S SEWING CENTER                                     
    Linda Z's Sewing Center; Linda Zachman, owner  12/26/02 p.81
 
LINDBERG, CHRIS                                             
    Lindberg, Post 158 pleased with results  8/1/02 p.111
 
LITTLE BRONCOS PRESCHOOL                                    
    Teaching and learning  3/28/02 p.19
    Preschoolers get their diplomas  5/16/02 p.9
 
LIVING IN BALANCE                                           
    Living in Balance; Susan and Bill Jacques; owners  1/10/02
        p.87
 
LONG GROVE, ILL.                                            
    Montessori idea, not locale thrills plan commissioners 
        2/28/02 p.94
    Long Grove panel warms to Montessori plan  8/8/02 p.102
 
LOUISE'S KITCHEN COLLEGE                                    
    Louise's Kitchen College; Louise Waas, owner  10/3/02 p.101
 
LOUNSBURY MASONIC TEMPLE LODGE 522                          
    Masons have nothing to hide  12/12/02 p.7
 
LOVETT, EMILY                                               
    Lovett, Kaufman turn enjoyment into sixth-place finish 
        10/31/02 p.111
 
LUNDE, DAR                                                  
    Entertaining Tuna; Dar & John Lunde, owners  9/5/02 p.93
 
LUNDE, JOHN                                                 
    Entertaining Tuna; Dar & John Lunde, owners  9/5/02 p.93
 
M.J. MILLER & COMPANY                                       
    Designer to the stars paying visit  4/25/02 p.101
 
MADDING, ROBERT A.                                          
    Former AD and coach Madding dies  4/25/02 p.111
 
MAGIERA, LAUREN                                             
    Magiera vaulting champ  2/7/02 p.114
 
MANINNI, CONNIE                                             
    Agility Junkies; Lora Del Page and Connie Mininni, owners 
        6/13/02 p.125
 
MANNIX, SHEILA                                              
    Montessori idea, not locale thrills plan commissioners 
        2/28/02 p.94
    Long Grove panel warms to Montessori plan  8/8/02 p.102
 
MARKET CENTER (SHOPPING CENTER)                             
    A show of good faith  2/14/02 p.5
    Many differences between village, Goltra have stymied
        redevelopment  2/14/02 p.10
 
MARTELL, AARON                                              
    Martell leads Broncos to title  2/21/02 p.113
 
MARTINEZ, RICHARD                                           
    Stabbing suspect may face upgraded charge  11/14/02 p.11
    Stabbing case continued  11/28/02 p.14
 
MCCAULEY DESIGN                                             
    McCauley Design; Ed McCauley, owner  8/29/02 p.97
 
MCCAULEY, ED                                                
    McCauley Design; Ed McCauley, owner  8/29/02 p.97
 
MCCAULEY, LISA                                              
    McCauley Design; Ed McCauley, owner  8/29/02 p.97
 
MCCAULEY, MARK                                              
    McCauley Design; Ed McCauley, owner  8/29/02 p.97
 
MCDONALD'S (RESTAURANT)                                     
    Customers happy to pull up to McDonald's drive-through 
        8/8/02 p.9
 
MCHENRY COUNTY, ILL.                                        
    Deal gives three school districts new tax revenue  4/11/02
        p.8
 
MCKILLEN, KATIE                                             
    McKillen conquers balance beam fear  12/19/02 p.110
 
MCMANUS, BRIAN, JR.                                         
    Board tables decision on Reagle appointee  2/7/02 p.8
    More debate over Reagle appointee  2/14/02 p.6
    Board critic says he will run for trustee  8/22/02 p.8
 
MCWILLIAMS, STEVE                                           
    Leadership Academy jobs announced  6/27/02 p.7
 
MEIJER CORPORATION                                          
    South Barrington being hit hard by legal costs  4/18/02 p.11
    Judge rules for Meijer megastore  8/1/02 p.12
    Village will appeal ruling for Meijer  8/8/02 p.12
 
MENHEER, LORRAINE, SR.                                      
    Nun hoping resale shop will help more  5/2/02 p.5
    Project Hope founder being honored for charitable work 
        11/28/02 p.10
 
MENZEL, TOM                                                 
    Jones, Menzel divided on education, O'Hare  3/14/02 p.8
    Jones easily beats Menzel  3/21/02 p.9
 
MERCER, HEATHER                                             
    Missionaries trust God more after ordeal  2/21/02 p.5
 
MERCURY CHICAGO'S SKYLINE CRUISELINE                        
    A new way to take the dog out  8/1/02 p.101
 
MESIROW-STEIN REAL ESTATE COMPANY                           
    Klehm lawsuit ruling postponed  2/7/02 p.6
    Developer's lawsuit dismissed revised complaint to be filed
        2/28/02 p.8
    Klehm developers file amended lawsuit  3/28/02 p.6
    South Barrington being hit hard by legal costs  4/18/02 p.11
    Village continuing legal fight against developer  7/25/02
        p.12
    Board told to keep fighting developer  9/19/02 p.9
 
METRA                                                       
    Long overdue Metra station work to begin  3/7/02 p.9
    Opponents see good, bad news on railroad plan  7/11/02 p.12
 
MEYER MEDICAL PHYSICIANS GROUP                              
    Clinics close, leaving behind medical records  9/5/02 p.21
 
MICHAEL JOSEPH FOUNDATION                                   
    Michael Joseph gala on April 20  4/11/02 p.14
 
MICHAL'S FINE JEWELRY                                       
    Suspects sought in jewelry heist  10/31/02 p.12
 
MICHLING, PETER                                             
    Beaubien touting his experience  3/14/02 p.7
    Beaubien coasts to primary win  3/21/02 p.9
 
MICKEL, KRISTEN A.                                          
    Teenager seriously hurt in two-car crash  5/30/02 p.5
    Crash victim recovering from injuries  6/6/02 p.10
    Injured student gets diploma  7/11/02 p.6
 
MILLER, BRUCE                                               
    Lee and Bruce Miller  12/5/02 p.32
 
MILLER, LEE                                                 
    Lee and Bruce Miller  12/5/02 p.32
 
MILLER, LUKE                                                
    Hoping good comes from tragedy  10/3/02 p.5
 
MINARIK, JOANNE A.                                          
    Teen charged in fatal crash  7/18/02 p.6
 
MINTON, MICHAEL                                             
    Jones, Minton battle in 27th Senate  10/24/02 p.11
    Wendell wins again  11/7/02 p.7
 
MOLZAHN, TOM                                                
    Get up and boogie  12/19/02 p.107
 
MONAT, ALLAN                                                
    Former jockey vying to overtake Goslin  10/17/02 p.11
    Goslin keeps Cook County Board seat  11/7/02 p.7
 
MORGAN, ADAM                                                
    Morgan, Kaeser fifth at State  6/30/02 p.101
 
MORGAN, FRANK                                               
    Barrington couple [Mary & Frank Morgan] to celebrate 50th 
        5/23/02 p.87
 
MORGAN, MARY                                                
    Barrington couple [Mary & Frank Morgan] to celebrate 50th 
        5/23/02 p.87
 
MOUNTSIER, STEVENSON                                        
    Mountsier named to national panel  1/3/02 p.10
 
MULLINS, RITA                                               
    Mullins says petitions accurate  1/17/02 p.21
 
MURRAY, SANDY                                               
    Barrington Sweet Tooth; Sandy Murray, owner  10/24/02 p.111
 
NEAULT, CHARLOTTE                                           
    Woman honored for achievement  5/9/02 p.85
 
NEJDI, DEBBIE                                               
    B. Chones Hair Design; Debbie Nejdi, owner  12/12/02 p.93
 
NETZLEY, HEIDI                                              
    Barrington's Heidi Netzley makes debut in Perdition 
        7/11/02 p.B3
 
NEW GENERATIONS                                             
    Sculptor putting snow to artistic use  2/14/02 p.5
    New Generations sponsoring Santa  12/12/02 p.6
 
NORTH BARRINGTON SCHOOL                                     
    School boundaries may change in District 220  1/24/02 p.5
    Getting to know the stars  2/28/02 p.23
    Complaints cancel school visit by Buddhist monks  4/18/02
        p.9
    District 220 oks boundary changes  4/25/02 p.5
    Exact number of students moving unclear  4/25/02 p.5
    Stepping back into the past  6/13/02 p.33
    Quilts being auctioned at school fund-raiser  10/17/02 p.8
    Learning how to stop a bully  11/7/02 p.25
 
NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    North Barrington studying ways to slow down drivers  3/7/02
        p.14
    Villages happy state has put off Route 22 project  3/21/02
        p.8
    Pact puts limit on development  5/2/02 p.5
    Forman at odds with Starkey over status  7/4/02 p.5
    Biltmore awarded for environmental work  7/11/02 p.6
    Towns not dropping Route 22 fight  7/18/02 p.7
    Budget  8/8/02 p.106
    County says it will not back boundary deal villages have 
        8/15/02 p.9
    Town adopts new garbage contract  8/22/02 p.6
    Resident wants Choose Life plate available in state 
        8/29/02 p.12
    Joggers, walkers welcome at Run Through the Woods  10/10/02
        p.8
    Many brave chilly weather to run through the woods 
        10/17/02 p.9
    Starkey to seek second term  12/5/02 p.6
    Towns pass impact fee measure  12/26/02 p.6
 
NORTHWEST COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE                              
    Bidding for more open space  1/31/02 p.7
 
NORTHWEST MUNICIPAL CONFERENCE                              
    Concerns raised about ComEd tree cutting  6/13/02 p.37
 
NORTHWEST PHILANTHROPIC TRUST                               
    Fostering philanthropy as a way of life here  10/17/02 p.36
 
NORTHWEST STAMP CLUB                                        
    Philatelic fanatics  2/28/02 p.85
 
NURSING                                                     
    Progress cited in hiring nurses  7/4/02 p.7
    Mentoring program drew woman to nursing field  7/4/02 p.7
    Shortage sparks student interest  7/4/02 p.7
 
NYENHUIS, DEANA                                             
    Cancer survivor visits Congress  2/21/02 p.23
    Cancer survivor taking message to D.C.  9/12/02 p.6
    Nyenhuis humbled by superhero honor  10/24/02 p.7
 
OAK MEADOWS (LAND SUBDIVISION)                              
    Couple says flooding may force move  9/26/02 p.11
    Carriage Trail residents insist they are getting a bad rap
        over flooding  10/10/02 p.10
 
OAK, BEN                                                    
    Solid Oak headed to wrestling finals  2/14/02 p.103
 
O'DONNELL, MARTY                                            
    Bed and breakfast proposal alive  12/19/02 p.19
 
O'DONNELL, MARY                                             
    Bed and breakfast proposal alive  12/19/02 p.19
 
O'GORMAN, JOSEPH, JR.                                       
    Joseph O'Gorman Jr., retired United Airlines executive,
        dies  8/15/02 p.20
 
OLNEY, COREY                                                
    Deer Park man charged with child pornography  5/30/02 p.13
    Pornography case continued  7/18/02 p.6
    Child pornography case continued  8/29/02 p.6
    Continuance granted in pornography case  9/26/02 p.12
 
OLSEN, GEORGE                                               
    Residents say home is an eyesore  5/16/02 p.11
 
OLSON, DAVE                                                 
    Olson splatters rival at nationals  8/1/02 p.113
 
ORCHARD DEVELOPMENT                                         
    Couple says flooding may force move  9/26/02 p.11
    Carriage Trail residents insist they are getting a bad rap
        over flooding  10/10/02 p.10
 
ORGANIZATION OF STUDENTS FOR COMMUNITY AWARENESS            
    Getting the word out  1/24/02 p.23
 
OUR OWN BARRINGTON VOLUNTEERS                               
    Group believes village's downtown can be revived  7/18/02
        p.13
 
PALATINE RURAL FIRE DEPARTMENT                              
    Recipient of fire training rescued in real emergency 
        11/14/02 p.13
 
PALATINE TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                     
    Mullins says petitions accurate  1/17/02 p.21
 
PATT, PATRICK                                               
    Clerk defends decision to get new ballots  10/10/02 p.11
    Lake County Clerk candidates air views  10/31/02 p.98
    Sheriff, clerk re-elected in Lake  11/7/02 p.8
 
PATZKE, DORIS                                               
    Court to decide case of dogs that killed cat  7/11/02 p.7
    Owner of huskies ordered to pay $700 after pets killed cat 
        8/8/02 p.14
 
PATZKE, JOHN                                                
    Court to decide case of dogs that killed cat  7/11/02 p.7
    Owner of huskies ordered to pay $700 after pets killed cat 
        8/8/02 p.14
 
PAUL, MICHAEL                                               
    Rookie cop joins in major drug bust  4/18/02 p.13
 
PAULI, DENNIS                                               
    Principal picked for Countryside  5/30/02 p.9
 
PAYTON FLORAL COMPANY                                       
    Area florist thrilled to have spruced up Breeders' Cup 
        10/31/02 p.8
 
PAYTON, BOB                                                 
    Area florist thrilled to have spruced up Breeders' Cup 
        10/31/02 p.8
 
PAYTON, WALTER                                              
    Payton home finally in South Barrington  11/21/02 p.9
 
PENELOPE'S JEWELRY                                          
    Armed with gun, thieves get jewels  7/11/02 p.5
 
PENNING, MAX                                                
    Family's giving project makes happier holiday for 60
        children  12/12/02 p.9
 
PENNINGTON, ARTHUR                                          
    Montessori idea, not locale thrills plan commissioners 
        2/28/02 p.94
 
PEPPER CONSTRUCTION                                         
    Pepper Construction; J. Stanley Pepper, owner  8/15/02 p.97
 
PEPPER, J. DAVID                                            
    Pepper Construction; J. Stanley Pepper, owner  8/15/02 p.97
 
PEPPER, J. STANLEY                                          
    Pepper Construction; J. Stanley Pepper, owner  8/15/02 p.97
 
PERILLE, JIM                                                
    Reagle picks Perille to replace Furda  7/25/02 p.11
    Perille appointment denied  8/15/02 p.5
 
PETER DANIEL                                                
    Local store celebrating its 29th year  9/12/02 p.103
    Peter Daniel; Beth Johanson, owner  9/26/02 p.115
 
PETERSON, KREG M.                                           
    Charges filed against teacher who put camera in restroom 
        5/30/02 p.8
    Teacher who put camera in restroom fined  6/27/02 p.9
 
PHD (COUNSELING CENTER)                                     
    Benefit raises $85,000 for PHD  5/16/02 p.90
 
PIAGENTINI, RAY                                             
    Counselor wants to aid Sioux Indians  9/12/02 p.9
 
PIEROG, CORINNE                                             
    New director wants to bring art to the community  12/5/02
        p.B5
 
PIPER, ANDY                                                 
    Pumping up the jam  7/17/02 p.103
 
PIPER, NATALIE                                              
    Station's Piper becomes first to earn IESA honor  10/24/02
        p.123
 
POETZ, BECCA                                                
    Girl for all seasons  10/10/02 p.105
 
POHL, FREDERIK                                              
    The science spectator  1/10/02 p.B3
 
POHLMAN, DAN                                                
    Pohlman quits football  7/25/02 p.112
 
POLICE                                                      
    Cops hope PT Cruiser gets town's attention  4/4/02 p.5
    Rookie cop joins in major drug bust  4/18/02 p.13
    Police seeking man who abducted woman  5/2/02 p.11
    Police promoting seat belt safety  5/23/02 p.6
    Police probing woman's death  5/30/02 p.10
    Police officer remembered fondly  8/29/02 p.5
    Medical examiner says officer was not healthy enough for
        job  9/5/02 p.5
    Suspect ordered to turn over radio equipment in wake of
        officer's death  9/5/02 p.13
    Car show will help Special Olympics  9/12/02 p.14
    Parents need to do a better job of using child safety seats
        9/26/02 p.14
    Police keeping closer eye on Jewel Tea  11/7/02 p.11
 
PONY EXPRESS (WRESTLING CLUB)                               
    Tough tutoring  2/21/02 p.109
 
PORRES, JESS                                                
    Porres sees need for tax hike in District 220  1/3/02 p.10
    Porres happy to start retirement  1/3/02 p.10
 
PRECIOUS FRIENDS PET SITTING                                
    Precious Friends Pet Sitting; Sue Smyczynski, owner 
        11/7/02 p.101
 
PRINGLE, ASHLEY                                             
    Work of angels brings computers to school  12/26/02 p.9
 
PUBLIC ACTION TO DELIVER SHELTER                            
    Church grants neighbors' wish  1/10/02 p.7
    Last resort  1/17/02 p.7
    Church drops request to run PADS site, issue could
        resurface  3/14/02 p.5
 
QUAKER OATS COMPANY                                         
    Science of Gatorade conducted here  4/11/02 p.93
 
QUENTIN ROAD BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH                           
    Trinity of pols visit church  3/14/02 p.11
 
RACZYNSKI, WALTER                                           
    Protecting your product  1/24/02 p.93
 
REAGLE, MARSHALL                                            
    Reagle hoping to lure new ice cream vendor  1/3/02 p.5
    Village wants Reagle's lawsuit to be dismissed  1/10/02 p.5
    Reagle promises to veto land purchase  1/17/02 p.6
    Reagle fires barbs at Irvin  1/31/02 p.5
    Board tables decision on Reagle appointee  2/7/02 p.8
    More debate over Reagle appointee  2/14/02 p.6
    Reagle demands teamwork talk be done in the open  2/14/02
        p.9
    Reagle favors sharing new tax revenues  3/7/02 p.11
    Board rejects Reagle's choice for panel  4/11/02 p.11
    Reagle vetoes pay measure  4/18/02 p.6
    Reagle pleased lawsuit can proceed  5/23/02 p.11
    A costly legal battle  6/6/02 p.5
    Reagle says village ignores state laws  6/27/02 p.11
    Mayor knows board will override plaza veto  6/27/02 p.11
    Reagle calls Borders project a win-win for everybody 
        7/4/02 p.10
    Board overrides Reagle's veto  7/18/02 p.6
    Reagle picks Perille to replace Furda  7/25/02 p.11
    Reagle rips idea to eliminate VCRC  9/12/05 p.5
    Reagle again questions legality of village's form of
        government  9/26/02 p.10
    Reagle drops lawsuit, still defends it  10/3/02 p.5
    Reagle's trustee pick irks board  10/17/02 p.5
    Reagle vetoes budget items, board likely to override him 
        11/14/02 p.10
    Dunn apologizes to Fire District  11/21/02 p.5
    Reagle putting slate together for election  11/21/02 p.8
    Board reinstates budget, overrides Reagle's vetoes 
        11/28/02 p.9
    Reagle wants cap on loans for businesses  12/12/02 p.11
    Newest Reagle ploy:  dump attorneys  12/19/02 p.5
    Mayor prefers panel to recruit manager  12/19/02 p.7
    Agreement reached on business loans  12/19/02 p.11
    Reagle opposes amusement tax for the Catlow  12/26/02 p.12
 
REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT                                     
    Board opts not to annex land for subdivision  1/31/02 p.7
    Financing gives trustees hope for Cook Street Plaza  2/7/02
        p.5
    Klehm lawsuit ruling postponed  2/7/02 p.6
    A show of good faith  2/14/02 p.5
    Many differences between village, Goltra have stymied
        redevelopment  2/14/02 p.10
    Inverness approves more homes for Jung property  2/14/02
        p.12
    Funding ok'd for Cook Street Plaza project  2/28/02 p.5
    Village annexes parcel to prevent development  2/28/02 p.12
    Klehm developers file amended lawsuit  3/28/02 p.6
    Offer made to save Jewel Tea building  4/18/02 p.11
    South Barrington being hit hard by legal costs  4/18/02 p.11
    Rejecting bid for Jewel Tea not about money  4/25/02 p.11
    Pact puts limit on development  5/2/02 p.5
    Plan commission to vote on Cook Street Plaza plan  5/16/02
        p.5
    Make more room for the cars  5/23/02 p.5
    Cook Street Plaza plan criticized  6/13/02 p.5
    Cook Street Plaza gets ok  6/20/02 p.5
    Mayor knows board will override plaza veto  6/27/02 p.11
    Board overrides Reagle's veto  7/18/02 p.6
    Village continuing legal fight against developer  7/25/02
        p.12
    Garlands offers seniors luxury  7/25/02 p.101
    Judge rules for Meijer megastore  8/1/02 p.12
    Village will appeal ruling for Meijer  8/8/02 p.12
    Agreement on land swap getting closer  8/15/02 p.12
    Board told to keep fighting developer  9/19/02 p.9
    South Barrington has to return land  10/31/02 p.10
 
REDEVELOPMENT AREA ONE                                      
    Many differences between village, Goltra have stymied
        redevelopment  2/14/02 p.10
 
REED, ABBY                                                  
    Reed delivers in clutch to lift 'Canes into semifinal 
        7/18/02 p.105
 
RELAY FOR LIFE                                              
    Organizers excited about Relay for Life  3/14/02 p.12
    Duchossois moved by local commitment to Relay for Life 
        6/13/02 p.10
    Relay for Life sends message of hope  6/20/02 p.7
 
RICHARDS, LINDSAY                                           
    Humble hero  2/7/02 p.109
    Fillies beat Waukegan; Richards sets record  2/14/02 p.104
 
RISCHE, CATHY                                               
    Mother says she is suing driver to send a message  2/7/02
        p.8
 
RISCHE, ZACHARY                                             
    Basketball game pays tribute to teenager killed in crash 
        2/7/02 p.5
    Mother says she is suing driver to send a message  2/7/02
        p.8
 
ROADS                                                       
    BACOG hoping to gain greater support for Route 53 extension
        1/10/02 p.10
    No help to pay for private plowing  1/17/02 p.9
    Township to maintain village's roads  2/21/02 p.6
    More work on Northwest Highway  2/28/02 p.6
    Traffic concerns prompting Tootsies to leave Main Street 
        2/28/02 p.9
    North Barrington studying ways to slow down drivers  3/7/02
        p.14
    Board debates what bypass means  3/14/02 p.10
    Road construction springs up  3/21/02 p.7
    Villages happy state has put off Route 22 project  3/21/02
        p.8
    Board needs more time on Route 59 resolution  3/28/02 p.9
    Three trustees waiting to speak up  3/28/02 p.9
    Still not sure what to say  4/4/02 p.5
    Lobbyist might be able to help win Route 59 fight  4/4/02
        p.8
    Debate over Route 59 resolution drags on  5/2/02 p.7
    River Road will reopen May 24  5/16/02 p.6
    Route 59 resolution finally passes  5/30/02 p.5
    It's going to get worse  7/18/02 p.5
    Towns not dropping Route 22 fight  7/18/02 p.7
    Local ideas sought for transportation plan  7/18/02 p.7
    North Barrington begins road work  7/25/02 p.6
    Getting nowhere fast  7/25/02 p.7
    New traffic obstacle ahead  8/1/02 p.5
    Future of Route 53 to be discussed  8/1/02 p.11
    Workers feeling the heat  8/8/02 p.5
    Eastern, Hillside roads to reopen Monday  8/22/02 p.6
    Board blasts new road closures  9/12/02 p.5
    Deer Park may experience Lake-Cook work in spring  9/12/02
        p.10
    Road kill:  Dead animals increasing on suburban highways 
        11/14/02 p.87
    Route 14 should be done next month  11/21/02 p.8
    Road to recovery  12/5/02 p.5
    Route 22 schedule gaffe cleared up  12/19/02 p.20
 
ROBERTSON HOUSE                                             
    Preserving history  2/21/02 p.101
 
ROBERTSON, JOHN                                             
    Preserving history  2/21/02 p.101
 
ROBINSON, CHRIS                                             
    Debater bests national competition  3/21/02 p.25
 
ROESNER, RALPH                                              
    Crew takes pride in upkeep of Evergreen  9/12/02 p.7
 
ROLLING MEADOWS, ILL.                                       
    Despite opposition, shelter plan advances  5/2/02 p.8
    WINGS shelter ok'd by 4-3 vote  6/20/02 p.27
    Neighbors sue to block shelter  7/11/02 p.21
    Chaos at the courthouse  7/18/02 p.10
 
RON BEESE PARK                                              
    Families invited to fly a kite  4/25/02 p.10
    Family kite fly puts smiles on many faces  5/9/02 p.11
    Correction to story of 5/9/02  5/16/02 p.6
    An urban farmer  7/4/02 p.9
 
ROSLYN ROAD SCHOOL                                          
    Gala's proceeds will help equip Roslyn Road  1/31/02 p.5
    District 220 oks boundary changes  4/25/02 p.5
    Exact number of students moving unclear  4/25/02 p.5
    Construction of new schools on schedule  4/25/02 p.9
    Students leaving their mark on new schools  5/16/02 p.10
    Work on Roslyn Road lagging  5/23/02 p.9
    Getting new Roslyn Road School ready for occupancy  6/13/02
        p.36
    Overtime may be needed to complete Roslyn School  6/20/02
        p.14
    Roslyn Road will remain standing  6/27/02 p.6
    Officials still hoping to open Roslyn on time  7/18/02 p.5
    Officials think Roslyn may open on time  8/8/02 p.7
    Roslyn Road won't be ready  8/22/02 p.5
    Beautiful Roslyn Road opens  9/5/02 p.5
    Public invited to celebrate new school  11/7/02 p.6
 
ROY WILMERING SCOUT CABIN                                   
    Historic Scout cabin needs major repairs  10/3/02 p.99
 
RUBEL, R. SCOT                                              
    Local man confirms role in investment fraud scam  6/6/02 p.9
 
RUSH, JOE                                                   
    Photographer awarded Chamber's top honor  1/31/02 p.10
 
SANCHEZ, WENDY                                              
    Sanchez takes reins of gifted gymnastics team  12/5/02 p.139
 
SANFILIPPO, EILEEN                                          
    Making water a healthier drink  6/27/02 p.101
 
SANTO, RON                                                  
    Santo walk raises funds, hope  9/26/02 p.7
 
SASAKI, MURIEL K.                                           
    Missing woman found driving in Tower Lakes  7/25/02 p.14
 
SATLOW, CHAD                                                
    Yogawerks; Chad Satlow, owner  5/16/02 p.97
 
SAVARD & ASSOCIATES COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE                  
    Savard and Associates Commercial Real Estate; Cassandra
        Savard, owner  1/31/02 p.101
 
SAVARD, CASSANDRA                                           
    Savard and Associates Commercial Real Estate; Cassandra
        Savard, owner  1/31/02 p.101
 
SBC COMMUNICATIONS                                          
    No more long waits  12/19/02 p.95
 
SCARY STORIES CONTEST                                       
    Scary Stories contest winners  10/24/02 p.B35
 
SCHILD, KRISTIN                                             
    Schild won't horse around while competing at State 
        11/21/02 p.107
 
SCHIRO, THOMAS                                              
    None injured in plane crash  5/23/02 p.8
 
SCHMIDT, SHARON                                             
    Bisque Works; Sharon Schmidt, owner  10/10/02 p.97
 
SCHUBERT, CAROL                                             
    Carriage Trail residents insist they are getting a bad rap
        over flooding  10/10/02 p.10
 
SCHULTZ, CAROL                                              
    Suburban woman hears voices  7/25/02 p.83
 
SCHULTZ, TED                                                
    An urban farmer  7/4/02 p.9
 
SEARS, ROEBUCK AND COMPANY                                  
    South Barrington being hit hard by legal costs  4/18/02 p.11
 
SEATTLE SUTTON'S HEALTHY EATING                             
    Seattle Sutton's Healthy Eating; Seattle Sutton, owner 
        4/18/02 p.101
 
SEIGLE'S                                                    
    Bike shop gets ok to open in old Seigle's site  1/17/02 p.11
 
SHELHART, CHRIS                                             
    Shelhart gives Post 158 punch  7/4/02 p.97
 
SHEPHERD, T.                                                
    Coroner's jury rules girl's overdose death a homicide 
        8/1/02 p.8
 
SHEPHERDSON, NANCY                                          
    Objection filed in 51st House race  6/6/02 p.10
    51st House challenge dismissed  6/27/02 p.20
    Candidates in 51st House differ on several issues  10/24/02
        p.21
    Sullivan easily defeats Shepherdson  11/7/02 p.7
 
SHERIDAN, NANCY                                             
    Bringing something extra to class  5/9/02 p.7
 
SHURE, LEON                                                 
    Shure, supporters lash our at board  3/28/02 p.5
 
SINDLES, MARILYN                                            
    Sullivan soars by Sindles  3/21/02 p.10
 
SKINNER, STEVE                                              
    Round Lake democrat hoping to top Beaubien  10/24/02 p.6
    Beaubien coasts to victory in 52nd District  11/7/02 p.5
 
SMIDDY, KERMIT                                              
    Smiddy hitting the road  3/28/02 p.7
 
SMILEY, OLIVIA                                              
    Walk to Live to help stricken infant  9/12/02 p.11
 
SMITH, NOLAN                                                
    Doctor honored to deliver his grandson  3/21/02 p.7
 
SMITH, RICHARD, DR.                                         
    Doctor honored to deliver his grandson  3/21/02 p.7
 
SMYCZYNSKI, SUE                                             
    Precious Friends Pet Sitting; Sue Smyczynski, owner 
        11/7/02 p.101
 
SOHN, PAMELA A.                                             
    Woman accused of knowingly exposing man to AIDS virus 
        10/17/02 p.12
 
SOLID WASTE AGENCY OF NORTHERN COOK COUNTY                  
    Balefill project meets goals  12/19/02 p.24
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT                              
    Park district to use South Barrington sewer  1/24/02 p.6
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    No help to pay for private plowing  1/17/02 p.9
    South Barrington still hoping $30 million suit is dismissed
        1/17/02 p.10
    Klehm lawsuit ruling postponed  2/7/02 p.6
    Developer's lawsuit dismissed revised complaint to be filed
        2/28/02 p.8
    Village annexes parcel to prevent development  2/28/02 p.12
    Village cracks down on drunken driving  3/7/02 p.12
    Klehm developers file amended lawsuit  3/28/02 p.6
    Restaurant could open in South Barrington  4/18/02 p.6
    South Barrington being hit hard by legal costs  4/18/02 p.11
    Police seeking man who abducted woman  5/2/02 p.11
    Residents say home is an eyesore  5/16/02 p.11
    Rotary could come to South Barrington  6/20/02 p.6
    Town hopes run will bring people together  6/20/02 p.11
    Village considering new liquor license fee  6/20/02 p.11
    Village continuing legal fight against developer  7/25/02
        p.12
    Judge rules for Meijer megastore  8/1/02 p.12
    Village will appeal ruling for Meijer  8/8/02 p.12
    Car show will help Special Olympics  9/12/02 p.14
    South Barrington drops use of vehicle stickers  9/19/02 p.8
    Board told to keep fighting developer  9/19/02 p.9
    Town's legal costs forcing big tax hike  10/17/02 p.12
    South Barrington has to return land  10/31/02 p.10
    Stabbing suspect may face upgraded charge  11/14/02 p.11
    Payton home finally in South Barrington  11/21/02 p.9
    Judge dismisses Ardente's lawsuit  11/21/02 p.12
    Stabbing case continued  11/28/02 p.14
    Village approves reduced levy  12/19/02 p.8
 
SOUTH PARK                                                  
    Grant will help Inverness finish park renovation  3/14/02
        p.14
 
SPECIALIZED K-9 SERVICES                                    
    Demonstration lets kids see police dog in action  5/2/02 p.9
 
SPICER, NELLIE                                              
    Spicer proves to be vital ingredient  11/21/02 p.107
 
ST. ANNE CATHOLIC CHURCH                                    
    St. Anne's forum to talk about sex abuse in Catholic Church
        4/11/02 p.9
    Nun hoping resale shop will help more  5/2/02 p.5
    More donors sought for St. Anne's fifth fund-raising gala
        and auction  11/14/02 p.10
    Project Hope founder being honored for charitable work 
        11/28/02 p.10
 
ST. ANNE SCHOOL                                             
    Juggler lets St. Anne kids in on tricks of the trade 
        2/7/02 p.9
    Betty Brown's story inspires students  3/21/02 p.11
    Honor roll  4/11/02 p.26
    St. Anne students meet their pen pals  5/30/02 p.11
    St. Anne's young actors try on that amazing coat  7/11/02
        p.7
    Kids revel in touching wild animals  10/10/02 p.25
 
ST. MICHAEL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH                              
    Church's new look unveiled  4/11/02 p.5
 
STAG'S CREST                                                
    Thinking of redecorating?  4/25/02 p.7
 
STARKEY, LINDA                                              
    Forman at odds with Starkey over status  7/4/02 p.5
    Starkey to seek second term  12/5/02 p.6
 
STARR COUTURE                                               
    Starr Couture; Starr Kondos, owner  5/23/02 p.97
 
STEELMAN, KELLY                                             
    Steelman's performance helps swimmers finish third  10/3/02
        p.114
 
STEERUP, LARRY                                              
    Accused cocaine supplier arrested  8/22/02 p.12
 
STEINHART, MARGOT M.                                        
    BHS teacher receives national award  7/4/02 p.6
 
STEPHENSON, KAY                                             
    Stephensons celebrate 50th anniversary  11/14/02 p.96
 
STEPHENSON, SHELBY                                          
    Seeing the world  11/14/02 p.27
 
STEPHENSON, WAYNE                                           
    Stephensons celebrate 50th anniversary  11/14/02 p.96
 
STOBER, SHARON                                              
    Here's a magazine story  2/7/02 p.7
 
STONEY RIVER LEGENDARY STEAKS                               
    New steakhouse open in Deer Park  2/28/02 p.99
 
STRATIGAKES, BARBARA                                        
    Body Chemistre; Barbara Stratigakes, owner  11/21/02 p.97
 
SULLIVAN, ED                                                
    Sullivan soars by Sindles  3/21/02 p.10
    Democrats to challenge in 51st House  3/28/02 p.7
    Candidates in 51st House differ on several issues  10/24/02
        p.21
    Sullivan easily defeats Shepherdson  11/7/02 p.7
 
SUNNY HILL SCHOOL                                           
    Retiring Sunny Hill principal reflects on rewarding career 
        4/18/02 p.8
    Computers under glass excite class  10/3/02 p.29
 
SUSON, GARY                                                 
    Providing perspective  4/18/02 p.7
    It's a historical document  9/5/02 p.7
 
SUTTON, SEATTLE                                             
    Seattle Sutton's Healthy Eating; Seattle Sutton, owner 
        4/18/02 p.101
 
TAUBMAN COMPANY                                             
    Pact puts limit on development  5/2/02 p.5
    County says it will not back boundary deal villages have 
        8/15/02 p.9
 
TAXATION                                                    
    Towns decry proposed tax revenue reduction  5/16/02 p.8
 
TAXATION--BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.                         
    Referendums, assessment hikes combining to give taxpayers a
        jolt  9/26/02 p.9
 
TAXATION--BARRINGTON, ILL.                                  
    Porres sees need for tax hike in District 220  1/3/02 p.10
    District 220 pursuing two tax hikes  1/10/02 p.5
    Public's confidence lacking  1/17/02 p.5
    Parents would pay bigger share  3/7/02 p.5
    Reagle favors sharing new tax revenues  3/7/02 p.11
    Stating their case  3/14/02 p.5
    Correction to story of 3/7/02  3/14/02 p.6
    Voters say yes to more taxes  3/21/02 p.5
    Park District can buy Jewel Tea parcel  3/21/02 p.5
    Tax hike for schools hits county snag  3/28/02 p.5
    Tax proposed to save Catlow  12/12/02 p.10
    Village sets tax levy  12/19/02 p.6
 
TAXATION--COOK COUNTY, ILL.                                 
    Referendums, assessment hikes combining to give taxpayers a
        jolt  9/26/02 p.9
    Assessment  9/26/02 p.111
 
TAXATION--CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                               
    Changes in assessments  4/4/02 p.99
    Assessment roll  12/19/02 p.100
 
TAXATION--LAKE COUNTY, ILL.                                 
    Suit seeks to stop collection of taxes  5/30/02 p.6
    Delinquencies  11/28/02 p.82
 
TAXATION--MCHENRY COUNTY, ILL.                              
    Tax hike for schools hits county snag  3/28/02 p.5
    District 220 hoping court forces McHenry to amend tax levy 
        4/4/02 p.10
    Deal gives three school districts new tax revenue  4/11/02
        p.8
 
TAXATION--SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                            
    Town's legal costs forcing big tax hike  10/17/02 p.12
    Village approves reduced levy  12/19/02 p.8
 
TEMEN, CHRISTIAN                                            
    A premature miracle  8/15/02 p.7
 
TERRESTRIS CORP.                                            
    Judge rules for Meijer megastore  8/1/02 p.12
 
TERRORISM                                                   
    Providing perspective  4/18/02 p.7
    It's a historical document  9/5/02 p.7
    Many still trying to cope with fears  9/5/02 p.7
    From terror, a phoenix  9/5/02 p.9
    Schools putting the focus on hope  9/5/02 p.11
    Blood banks urging donors to return  9/5/02 p.11
    Harper College sets we remember event  9/5/02 p.12
    A test of faith  9/5/02 p.83
    Local firefighters pay tribute to brethren killed Sept. 11 
        9/19/02 p.9
    Public safety heroes to be honored  11/14/02 p.5
 
THETA GROUP                                                 
    Local man confirms role in investment fraud scam  6/6/02 p.9
 
THUNDERBIRD COUNTRY CLUB                                    
    Weather not a factor at Thunderbird  3/28/02 p.81
    Upgrades to Thunderbird temporarily closing course  6/13/02
        p.8
    Having a ball  6/27/02 p.109
 
TIEDJE, TIMOTHY                                             
    State honors tree advocate Tiedje  5/2/02 p.7
    Recipient of fire training rescued in real emergency 
        11/14/02 p.13
 
TOBIN, MIKE                                                 
    Barrington native gets first-hand look at war  4/4/02 p.9
 
TOMLINSON, JAMES                                            
    [50th] anniversary  4/11/02 p.88
 
TOMLINSON, JOANNE                                           
    [50th] anniversary  4/11/02 p.88
 
TOOLE, JOAN                                                 
    Inventing the all-purpose pot  1/3/02 p.91
 
TOOTSIES                                                    
    Traffic concerns prompting Tootsies to leave Main Street 
        2/28/02 p.9
 
TOWER LAKES, ILL.                                           
    Tower Lakes installs emergency phone  1/17/02 p.6
    Cops hope PT Cruiser gets town's attention  4/4/02 p.5
    Rookie cop joins in major drug bust  4/18/02 p.13
    Tower Lakes residents hear pros, cons of leaf burning 
        5/2/02 p.10
    Tower Lakes still a tree city  5/16/02 p.6
    Community split over leaf burning issue  5/30/02 p.11
    Missing woman found driving in Tower Lakes  7/25/02 p.14
    Tower Lakes reduces hours to burn leaves  8/29/02 p.5
 
TRANSPORTATION                                              
    Long overdue Metra station work to begin  3/7/02 p.9
    Transforming bus transit  4/11/02 p.7
    Area leaders finish review of county's transportation plans
        6/6/02 p.8
    Local ideas sought for transportation plan  7/18/02 p.7
    Transportation ideas offered  8/22/02 p.101
 
TREE OF THE SADDLE                                          
    Fund-raiser benefits equine therapy  12/19/02 p.6
 
TRI-COUNTY YOUTH FOOTBALL LEAGUE                            
    Barrington wins football title  11/14/02 p.112
 
TUBEROUS SCLEROSIS COMPLEX (DISEASE)                        
    Walk to Live to help stricken infant  9/12/02 p.11
 
TURNER, JOHN                                                
    Crew takes pride in upkeep of Evergreen  9/12/02 p.7
 
TURNER, RUSS                                                
    Crew takes pride in upkeep of Evergreen  9/12/02 p.7
 
UNIVERSITY CENTER OF LAKE COUNTY                            
    University Center purchases satellite site in Waukegan 
        10/10/02 p.93
 
VAN DAM, DAVID P., DR.                                      
    Versa Medi-Spa; Dr. David P. Van Dam, owner  7/11/02 p.103
    Correction to story on 7/11/02  7/18/02 p.6
 
VERSA MEDI-SPA                                              
    Versa Medi-Spa; Dr. David P. Van Dam, owner  7/11/02 p.103
    Correction to story on 7/11/02  7/18/02 p.6
 
VETERANS MEMORIAL PARK                                      
    Veterans dedicate new Memorial Park  6/20/02 p.12
 
VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS POST 7706                          
    Veterans dedicate new Memorial Park  6/20/02 p.12
 
VIGNOCCHI, HARRY                                            
    Having a ball  6/27/02 p.109
 
VOLUNTEER CENTER OF GREATER BARRINGTON                      
    In celebration of community and volunteerism at home 
        10/17/02 p.87
    Lack of funding forcing out volunteer center  12/5/02 p.7
 
VOLUNTEERISM                                                
    Volunteer named unsung heroine  4/4/02 p.11
    In celebration of community and volunteerism at home 
        10/17/02 p.87
    Lack of funding forcing out volunteer center  12/5/02 p.7
 
VOLZ, FRAN                                                  
    Sculptor putting snow to artistic use  2/14/02 p.5
 
VONDRUSKA, MIKE                                             
    Juggler lets St. Anne kids in on tricks of the trade 
        2/7/02 p.9
 
VOSS, FREDERICK J.                                          
    Voss recalled as a visionary  1/24/02 p.5
 
WAAS, LOUISE                                                
    Louise's Kitchen College; Louise Waas, owner  10/3/02 p.101
 
WAMBERG, DEDE                                               
    Agreement on land swap getting closer  8/15/02 p.12
 
WAMBERG, TOM                                                
    Agreement on land swap getting closer  8/15/02 p.12
 
WAPOTISH, BRETT                                             
    Say uncle  1/24/02 p.101
 
WATER QUALITY                                               
    TCE found on Burpee land unlikely to threaten water  5/9/02
        p.10
    2001 Water Quality Report  6/27/02 p.107
 
WAUCONDA AREA LIBRARY                                       
    Annual statement  12/26/02 p.84
 
WAUCONDA FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT                           
    Budget  4/25/02 p.C16
 
WAUCONDA, ILL.                                              
    Budget  4/25/02 p.C16
 
WAUKEGAN, ILL.                                              
    University Center purchases satellite site in Waukegan 
        10/10/02 p.93
 
WELSH CENTER                                                
    Providing the right tools  3/7/02 p.97
 
WENGER, GRANT                                               
    Driver cited in crash that killed passenger  11/7/02 p.12
 
WEST DUNDEE, ILL.                                           
    The road to production  7/11/02 p.B3
 
WEST NILE VIRUS (DISEASE)                                   
    Human cases put renewed focus on West Nile virus  8/15/02
        p.8
    West Nile puts birds at risk, too  9/19/02 p.7
    Horses getting shots for virus, effectiveness still in
        question  9/19/02 p.7
 
WHETSTONE (PERIODICAL)                                      
    BAAC publishing literary journal  12/19/02 p.9
 
WILLIAMS, BRANDON                                           
    Williams shakes off consternation to win  2/21/02 p.113
 
WILLIS, MARY JO                                             
    River isn't end for Willis  4/18/02 p.B9
 
WILLOW CREEK COMMUNITY CHURCH                               
    Missionaries trust God more after ordeal  2/21/02 p.5
    Willow Creek sets groundbreaking  5/2/02 p.6
    Willow Creek begins expansion  5/9/02 p.10
    Beamer's faith not shaken  8/29/02 p.7
 
WILSON, JIM, REV.                                           
    Pastor marking 30 years  9/12/02 p.6
 
WINCHESTER HOUSE                                            
    Grever guilty on all 12 counts  9/19/02 p.5
 
WINDEMERE (LAND SUBDIVISION)                                
    Residents say home is an eyesore  5/16/02 p.11
 
WINDSOR DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION                             
    Couple says industrial park to blame for yard flooding 
        1/31/02 p.9
 
WISEMAN, TROY                                               
    Tough tutoring  2/21/02 p.109
 
WOJCIK, VERNA                                               
    Crash victim in critical condition  3/7/02 p.13
 
WOLF, STEVE                                                 
    Model citizen  5/23/02 p.B3
 
WOMEN IN NEED GROWING STRONGER (WINGS)                      
    WINGS shelter plan advances  4/18/02 p.88
    Despite opposition, shelter plan advances  5/2/02 p.8
    WINGS shelter ok'd by 4-3 vote  6/20/02 p.27
    Neighbors sue to block shelter  7/11/02 p.21
    Barrington group assisting WINGS  12/19/02 p.19
 
WOOD, CORRINE                                               
    Wood says Main Street will be a success  1/10/02 p.11
 
WOOD, ELLEN                                                 
    Wood reveled in sharing history  5/16/02 p.7
 
WOODLAND SCHOOL                                             
    Countryside students finally move into Woodland School 
        1/10/02 p.9
    Demonstration lets kids see police dog in action  5/2/02 p.9
    Woodland celebrating, hoping to improve  5/23/02 p.6
    Kids pitching in to pay for playground  10/10/02 p.7
    Woodland gets some new toys  11/21/02 p.9
 
WOODS OF SOUTH BARRINGTON (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)         
    South Barrington still hoping $30 million suit is dismissed
        1/17/02 p.10
    Developer's lawsuit dismissed revised complaint to be filed
        2/28/02 p.8
    Klehm developers file amended lawsuit  3/28/02 p.6
    Village continuing legal fight against developer  7/25/02
        p.12
 
WOODSOME, BOB                                               
    Woodsome wants to see Jewel Tea building saved  3/7/02 p.10
 
WORLD TEAM SPORTS                                           
    Memorial bike ride was hope-raiser  10/10/02 p.9
 
WU, MICHELLE                                                
    Barrington senior elected to national post  9/19/02 p.5
 
YEAR-IN-REVIEW                                              
    2002 top stories  12/26/02 p.7
 
YMCA CAMP DUNCAN EAST PROPERTY                              
    Forest Preserve buys 130 acres  3/21/02 p.12
 
YOGAWERKS                                                   
    Yogawerks; Chad Satlow, owner  5/16/02 p.97
 
YOUR STEPFAMILY (MAGAZINE)                                  
    Here's a magazine story  2/7/02 p.7
 
ZACHMAN, LINDA                                              
    Linda Z's Sewing Center; Linda Zachman, owner  12/26/02 p.81
 
ZELSDORF, SUE                                               
    Librarian finishes four-year effort putting history online 
        4/11/02 p.10
 
ZONING                                                      
    Inverness village board allows schools but limits locations
        7/18/02 p.9
 
ZZOINKS                                                     
    Zzoinks; Tami Baranowski, owner  2/28/02 p.97