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Barrington Courier-Review Index 1999

ACCIDENTS                                                   
    Accident, fuel spill tie up Route 62 traffic Tuesday 
        2/11/99 p.11
    Winds push woman's plane off LITH runway  2/18/99 p.5
    Tower Lakes couple dies after car crash  3/18/99 p.10
    Man dies in North Barrington accident  4/15/99 p.6
    Gas leak shuts down Route 22  5/6/99 p.6
    Local man dies in motorcycle crash  6/10/99 p.13
    Woman dies, 16 injured in accident  6/17/99 p.7
    Wauconda man killed in Route 59 car crash  7/1/99 p.11
    Area man dies after car crash  7/15/99 p.27
    Drivers injured in Route 68 crash  7/22/99 p.6
    Area teen never recovered from after-school accident 
        7/29/99 p.12
    Five hospitalized after crash  8/19/99 p.20
    Couple dies in car crash  8/26/99 p.108
    Man lies injured for 24 hours  9/2/99 p.5
    Weekend car crashes leave two men dead  9/16/99 p.5
    Chase leads to crash  10/14/99 p.13
    Man killed in crash on Barrington Road  10/28/99 p.10
    Roll-over accident  11/25/99 p.11
    No one hurt in car-train crash  12/23/99 p.14
    Police car involved in crash; officer suffers minor
        injuries  12/30/99 p.83
 
AGED                                                        
    An ageless game  8/12/99 p.94
    Local ladies beginning their second century  12/30/99 p.7
    Pinochle power  12/30/99 p.87
 
AHERN, NANCY                                                
    Birdwalk  5/6/99 p.7
 
ALCOHOL AND YOUTH                                           
    Some sobering statistics on drug and alcohol use  9/30/99
        p.9
 
ALEXANDER STILLMAN NATURE CENTER                            
    Volunteers work on director's tunnel vision  5/27/99 p.7
 
ALLENDORPH, MARGARET                                        
    Girl fosters strong ties with adopted pup  6/3/99 p.89
 
ALTHOFF, CATHERINE                                          
    Deer Park trustee resigns  7/8/99 p.6
 
AMC, INC.                                                   
    Fans flocking to AMC for Star Wars opening  5/20/99 p.10
    South Barrington trustees raise tax for AMC movie theater 
        5/20/99 p.8
    AMC not amused with tax hike  6/3/99 p.8
    AMC, village officials discuss amusement tax  6/10/99 p.5
    Man stabbed in fight outside theater  7/8/99 p.5
    SB board embraces AMC plan  8/19/99 p.11
    SB plan commission endorses AMC plan  11/25/99 p.5
 
AMERITECH, INC.                                             
    County to hear village's reassessment complaint  1/21/99 p.5
    Tower opponents ring up a victory  2/11/99 p.5
    Village appeals cell tower tax decision  2/25/99 p.14
    Village files property assessment appeal  3/11/99 p.13
    Cell tower lawsuit going forward  5/27/99 p.6
    Judge denies company's motion to dismiss lawsuit  6/3/99 p.9
    Assessor asks board to drop appeal  7/29/99 p.10
    Ameritech tax appeal could hurt District 220  11/25/99 p.9
 
ANDERSON, ADAM                                              
    Ex-Bronco experiences next level  1/21/99 p.93
 
ANDERSON, DANA                                              
    Young artist winners performing at concert  2/11/99 p.20
 
ANDERSON, JOHN                                              
    Four candidates square off for three seats  3/25/99 p.11
 
ANDERSON, JON                                               
    Twice as nice  7/15/99 p.113
 
ANDERSON, PATRICK J.                                        
    Men charged with theft of animal tranquilizers  5/6/99 p.24
 
ANDERSON, SPENCER                                           
    Three BHS football players arrested on alcohol charges 
        10/28/99 p.10
    Clarification to story of 10/28/99  11/4/99 p.6
 
ANIMALS                                                     
    Store becomes sign of spring  4/8/99 p.7
 
ANIMALS, TREATMENT OF                                       
    LB board approves animal-control law  3/4/99 p.12
    BH board opposing horse slaughterhouse  3/25/99 p.5
    County moves closer to vote on slaughterhouse  3/25/99 p.5
    Slaughterhouse petition rejected  4/29/99 p.6
    Birdwalk  5/6/99 p.7
    Protest plans won't stop annual Wauconda rodeo  7/8/99 p.10
    Rodeo attendance jumps  7/15/99 p.10
    Rodeo protest leads to minor scuffles  7/15/99 p.11
 
ANNEXATION (MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT)                           
    Villages continue mall chess game  1/7/99 p.7
    Mall brawl could heat up Hawthorn Woods election  1/14/99
        p.9
    Angry crowd attends hearing  2/25/99 p.11
    Mall developers say they won't give up  2/25/99 p.5
    Suit filed to enforce border pact  2/25/99 p.11
    Tale of two trustees  2/25/99 p.10
    Appraiser:  mall would lower property values 20 percent 
        3/4/99 p.8
    Opponents criticize mall maneuvers  3/4/99 p.5
    State's Attorney rules Clery letter not illegal  3/4/99 p.9
    Valentine Manor homeowners file annexation petition  4/1/99
        p.13
    Proposed subdivision receives endorsement  4/22/99 p.14
    Annexation plan falls through  10/7/99 p.5
    Developer pitching plan for new gated community  11/11/99
        p.8
    North Barrington delays decision on annexation  11/25/99 p.8
    School annexation plans put on hold  12/30/99 p.81
 
ANNIE'S RESALE SHOP                                         
    Resale shop seeking new location  12/2/99 p.10
 
ANNIVERSARIES                                               
    BACOA celebrates 15th anniversary  4/1/99 p.6
    Woman's Club celebrates 85th year  5/13/99 p.6
    Interiors by Bruce in Lake Barrington celebrates 50th
        anniversary  7/8/99 p.101
    Caring couple celebrates 40th anniversary quietly  8/5/99
        p.110
    [The De Micheles] Golden gala  9/2/99 p.89
    Jewel of a day  9/16/99 p.5
    [St. Michael's Episcopal] Church celebrates 50th
        anniversary  9/23/99 p.7
    Walter & Theresa Hake  9/23/99 p.100
 
ARDENTE, JOHN                                               
    Ardente is slated to fill village board vacancy  7/8/99 p.9
 
ARIOLA, NOREEN                                              
    Board fills vacant positions  6/17/99 p.13
 
ARLINGTON PARK (RACE TRACK)                                 
    Last chance for racing in 1999?  1/7/99 p.79
    Racing bill doesn't get out of the gate  1/21/99 p.14
    Racing wagers continue to decline  3/4/99 p.107
    Track begins planning for races in 2000  5/27/99 p.13
    Tracks jockeying for racing dates  8/5/99 p.7
    Arlington getting back on track  11/4/99 p.113
 
ARNETT C. LINES SCHOOL                                      
    Referendum renovations recalculated  1/7/99 p.21
    Lines' King will leave District 220  4/8/99 p.5
    School Board names new Lines principal  6/3/99 p.9
    First in Lines  7/8/99 p.21
    Ready or not, Lines School will open on time  8/12/99 p.7
    Summer vacation extended  8/26/99 p.7
    Staff, students, parents laud Lines renovations  9/2/99 p.8
 
ARTISTS                                                     
    Hawthorn Woods artist makes the scene  2/25/99 p.B3
    Wooden you know it  5/6/99 p.9
    Gold plate special  5/13/99 p.27
    Lake Barrington artist helping to countrify downtown
        Chicago  6/3/99 p.101
 
ASCHENBRENNER, JOE                                          
    Local optometrist brings glasses to Mexico's poor  11/18/99
        p.10
 
ASCHROFT, JOHN                                              
    Senator:  nation should focus on taxes, education, security
        2/25/99 p.7
 
AUTHORS                                                     
    Area authors getting their words out  2/4/99 p.7
    Hailing Taxicab  7/15/99 p.B4
 
AZNAVOORIAN, ANI                                            
    Sisters pair musical talents for good cause  5/27/99 p.B3
 
AZNAVOORIAN, MARTA                                          
    Sisters pair musical talents for good cause  5/27/99 p.B3
 
BACKYARDS AMERICA, INC.                                     
    Stove blamed in fire  11/18/99 p.9
 
BAKERS LAKE NATURE PRESERVE                                 
    Bakers Lake island restoration under way  10/28/99 p.5
 
BALSAMO, THOMAS                                             
    Portraits by Thomas; Thomas Balsamo, owner  1/28/99 p.97
 
BARBARA B. ROSE SCHOOL                                      
    New school blooms in South Barrington  2/11/99 p.27
    Washington revisited  9/30/99 p.27
    Rose School vandalized  12/2/99 p.10
 
BARKER, ROBERT B.                                           
    Cops arrest LBS resident on pornography charges  9/2/99 p.18
    LB man receives sentence for child porn possession 
        11/18/99 p.8
 
BARRINGTON AMERICAN LEGION POST 158                         
    Going the distance  7/1/99 p.115
    Making a name for himself  7/8/99 p.109
    Dream pitching staff never materialized for Post 158 
        7/22/99 p.110
 
BARRINGTON AREA ARTS COUNCIL                                
    Exhibit shows promise of emerging artists  1/14/99 p.B3
    BAAC publishes Nightwriters Chapbook  1/21/99 p.6
 
BARRINGTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE                         
    New Chamber of Commerce officers installed at banquet 
        2/4/99 p.103
    Utility tax troubles Chamber chairman  4/29/99 p.6
 
BARRINGTON AREA COMMUNITY FOUNDATION                        
    Store helps build foundation  12/23/99 p.10
 
BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS                      
    Regional land-use plan available for resident review 
        2/25/99 p.7
    BACOG officials are urged to focus on regional issues 
        12/23/99 p.9
 
BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL ON AGING                            
    BACOA celebrates 15th anniversary  4/1/99 p.6
 
BARRINGTON AREA DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL                         
    Peterson elected BADC president  5/20/99 p.6
    Norval Stephens wins BADC service award  5/27/99 p.8
 
BARRINGTON AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY                          
    Old Barrington Center plan could make history  2/11/99 p.8
    BAHS treasure sale draws crowd to Good Shepherd  4/22/99 p.9
    Blacksmith Shop is on the move  5/27/99 p.99
    Moving day moved back  6/10/99 p.6
    Blacksmith shop relocation delayed  6/24/99 p.11
    Tentative date set for blacksmith shop move  7/8/99 p.5
    Sentimental journey  7/15/99 p.7
 
BARRINGTON AREA LIBRARY                                     
    Treasurer's annual report  8/19/99 p.106
    Annual budget  10/7/99 p.119
 
BARRINGTON AREA SENIOR CITIZENS HALL OF FAME                
    The elite eleven  5/20/99 p.91
 
BARRINGTON BATH SHOPPE, LTD.                                
    Barrington Bath Shoppe, Ltd.; Tom and Teresa Patek, owners 
        5/27/99 p.107
 
BARRINGTON BREAKFAST ROTARY CLUB                            
    Countless volunteering hours earn Best Rotarian of Year 
        9/9/99 p.20
    Club to weather through thunder and lightning fund-raising
        campaign  10/21/99 p.13
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (BASEBALL CLUB)                          
    Nothing fancy  4/29/99 p.121
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (BASKETBALL CLUB)                        
    Making a point  1/21/99 p.93
    Thrice as nice  3/11/99 p.115
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (FOOTBALL CLUB)                          
    Ready for some football?  8/26/99 p.119
    A full load  9/2/99 p.113
    Going forward  9/9/99 p.103
    BHS football captains go from bad to verse  10/7/99 p.14
    Wall of defense  10/7/99 p.121
    Ritter puts exclamation point on his return to QB position 
        10/21/99 p.123
    Broncos win West, sleep easy  10/28/99 p.121
    Thornton "D" does in Broncos  11/4/99 p.121
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (GYMNASTICS CLUB)                        
    Broncos feeling confident after school-record 147.4 
        4/29/99 p.123
    Gymnasts are 5th at MSL  5/6/99 p.124
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (HOCKEY CLUB)                            
    Broncos ice Stevenson for Cup title  3/11/99 p.117
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (SOCCER CLUB)                            
    Steib gets Bronco post  7/29/99 p.122
    Broncos win school-record 20th, then lose in sectional
        final  11/4/99 p.123
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (TENNIS TEAM)                            
    I in team  6/3/99 p.109
    MSL-champ Han puts team first  10/14/99 p.123
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (TRACK TEAM)                             
    3,200 relay team medals at State Meet  6/3/99 p.111
    Future looks bright for runners  9/9/99 p.103
    Upstart Broncos run to title at county  10/14/99 p.124
    Beazley and Johnston lead fillies to second at MSL; Broncos
        fall to eighth  10/21/99 p.124
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (VOLLEYBALL CLUB)                        
    He can  4/1/99 p.124
    Jennings:  a craftsman on the court  4/29/99 p.122
    Broncos cook Saxons in regional  5/27/99 p.116
    Garry sets himself apart with 1,118-assist season  6/10/99
        p.128
 
BARRINGTON CHILDREN'S CHOIR                                 
    Children's voices capture spirit of season  11/25/99 p.B3
 
BARRINGTON CITIZENS FOR OPEN SPACE                          
    Movement to save open space gains momentum and support 
        7/22/99 p.5
    Parties preparing for open space fight  11/11/99 p.5
 
BARRINGTON COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 220               
    Referendum renovations recalculated  1/7/99 p.21
    Caucus makes District 220 endorsements  1/28/99 p.5
    Hough school renovation costs may be increased  1/28/99 p.13
    District 220 seeks to improve its finances  2/11/99 p.7
    Magnet school proposed for Woodland  2/18/99 p.5
    Zoning change benefits District 220  2/18/99 p.6
    District 220 board revises BHS traffic pattern plans 
        2/25/99 p.9
    Hough Street School renovation decisions delayed  2/25/99
        p.5
    Lamberson getting new contract  2/25/99 p.6
    Board approves Prairie construction bids  3/4/99 p.13
    District 220 hoping to click with new technology plan 
        3/11/99 p.5
    Technology, finances top candidates' list of issues 
        3/25/99 p.8
    Tournament talk  3/25/99 p.27
    Clarification [of teachers contract]  4/1/99 p.6
    School crowding concerns Carpentersville residents  4/1/99
        p.8
    District 220 seeks public input on computer technology plan
        4/8/99 p.9
    Hough Street School headaches continue  4/15/99 p.12
    School District 220 incumbents sweep  4/15/99 p.5
    Caucus asks for resignations  4/22/99 p.9
    Colorado tragedy prompts creation of new task force 
        5/13/99 p.14
    Woodland, Sunny Hill are keys to renovation plans  5/13/99
        p.5
    Middle school moves mulled  5/27/99 p.8
    School Board names new Lines principal  6/3/99 p.9
    Cost overruns sparking referendum discussion  6/17/99 p.8
    District 220 union inks contract  6/17/99 p.6
    District 220 balances budget  6/17/99 p.8
    School Board debates PTO gift policy  6/17/99 p.26
    Board backs off from referendum talk  7/1/99 p.5
    Cost of fixing NBS traffic now priced at $1.4 million 
        7/1/99 p.9
    Task force reviews school safety issues  7/1/99 p.19
    School safety task force pools area information  9/2/99 p.8
    Separate and unequal?  9/9/99 p.25
    Good news scarce on Prairie addition  9/16/99 p.12
    District 220 budget passed  9/30/99 p.14
    District 220 struggles to fund school renovation projects 
        10/14/99 p.8
    District 220 forms committees to address school safety
        issues  10/21/99 p.27
    Woodland School to be rented out  10/28/99 p.5
    District 220 mulls March referendum  10/28/99 p.8
    Homework:  how much is too much?  10/28/99 p.12
    Review process reviewed  10/28/99 p.13
    Lamberson gets new contract  11/4/99 p.10
    Time, money donated to District 220  11/4/99 p.10
    District 220 may ask for $8.8 million  11/11/99 p.5
    District 220 schools making the grade  11/25/99 p.7
    District 220 measures up well against state averages 
        11/25/99 p.7
    Ameritech tax appeal could hurt District 220  11/25/99 p.9
    Deal near for funding NBS roadwork  12/9/99 p.6
    School Board is set to make decision about referendum 
        12/9/99 p.8
    Engineer:  Village, School District 220 should pool
        resources to stop floods  12/9/99 p.8
    School safety panel continuing its work  12/9/99 p.14
    School referendum could top $18 million  12/16/99 p.5
    District 220 intervening in tax appeals  12/16/99 p.6
    Programs get piece of PIE  12/23/99 p.10
    Century redefines the 3 Rs  12/30/99 p.20
    Park District unhappy with school facility agreement 
        7/22/99 p.7
    Countryside parents protest school plans  7/29/99 p.5
    Park and school boards ink facility-sharing agreement 
        7/29/99 p.8
    Task force focuses on security issues  8/5/99 p.32
    Parents protesting teacher's transfer  8/5/99 p.32
    District 220 staff and students may have to wear ID badges 
        8/12/99 p.9
 
BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT             
    Fire board admits violating Open Meetings Act  1/21/99 p.13
    Fire District mulls tax hike referendum  8/19/99 p.5
    Village seeks shorter response times  8/19/99 p.5
    Fire District budget talk heats up  9/23/99 p.5
    Fire District referendum figures refined  10/21/99 p.5
    Dispatch service could cut fire district's costs  11/4/99
        p.11
    Fire District approves tax levy  11/18/99 p.6
    Fire District aiming for shorter response times  11/18/99
        p.8
 
BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE PARK DISTRICT                        
    Annual report  2/11/99 p.100
 
BARRINGTON DODGE                                            
    Local Dodge dealership gets stormed by thieves  1/21/99 p.10
    Thieves hit Dodge dealer again  4/15/99 p.19
 
BARRINGTON ENLIGHTENED TAXPAYERS ASSOCIATION                
    BETA backs referendum for proposed utility taxes  5/27/99
        p.12
 
BARRINGTON FAMILY PHYSICIANS                                
    Doctors offices won't be expanded  11/4/99 p.6
    Permit to expand office repealed  12/9/99 p.10
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (BADMINTON CLUB)                         
    Robb:  a smashing hit in badminton, too  4/22/99 p.118
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (BASKETBALL CLUB)                        
    Fillies prove mighty in winning McAuley tourney  1/7/99 p.87
    Martin helps Fillies get back on track  1/28/99 p.107
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (GYMNASTICS CLUB)                        
    Fillies hit school-record 146.5  1/28/99 p.106
    Fillies second in MSL  2/4/99 p.109
    Focused Fillies keep soaring  2/11/99 p.117
    In good company  2/18/99 p.109
    Solid as a rock  2/25/99 p.117
    Girls gymnastics team glows after record-breaking season 
        3/18/99 p.97
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (SOCCER CLUB)                            
    Goalie deGelleke stands tall vs. Nerinx  4/22/99 p.118
    Fillies' Musschoot playing and not worrying  4/29/99 p.122
    Musschoot kicks Fillies into sectional  5/27/99 p.117
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (SOFTBALL CLUB)                          
    Taking her licks  4/1/99 p.121
    Born to succeed  4/15/99 p.117
    Freese, Fillies carry momentum into regional  5/27/99 p.117
    Fillies' fireballer Freese chills batters  6/24/99 p.111
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (SWIM TEAM)                              
    Hershman, Delcore, 200 free relay win at county meet 
        9/30/99 p.114
    Healthy Molzahn is giving fillies shot in the arm again 
        10/7/99 p.124
    Swimmers make it eight straight  11/4/99 p.122
    Brunka flies to state medal to help Fillies reach goal 
        11/25/99 p.119
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (TENNIS TEAM)                            
    Like kissing your sister  10/28/99 p.122
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (TRACK TEAM)                             
    One more hurdle  5/6/99 p.121
    Back on track  5/20/99 p.111
    Future looks bright for runners  9/9/99 p.103
    Beazley and Johnston lead fillies to second at MSL; Broncos
        fall to eighth  10/21/99 p.124
    Beazley makes right choice  10/28/99 p.123
    Packing for Peoria  11/4/99 p.121
    State medal just reward for Johnston  11/11/99 p.113
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (VOLLEYBALL CLUB)                        
    Fillies' Murdock:  a natural  10/7/99 p.122
 
BARRINGTON FIRE DEPARTMENT                                  
    Lodge raising funds for thermal cameras  10/14/99 p.7
    Dispatch contract may be inked soon  10/21/99 p.9
 
BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL                                      
    Financial focus  1/28/99 p.25
    Going with the flow  2/18/99 p.23
    Performance chemistry  2/25/99 p.25
    Big backstage crew creates musical's magic  3/4/99 p.7
    Not cutting it anymore  3/4/99 p.23
    Students enjoy Guys and Dolls' roles  3/4/99 p.7
    Honor roll  3/11/99 p.29
    BHS registration drive nets 70 new voters  3/25/99 p.31
    BHS student charged with making e-mail bomb threat  3/25/99
        p.10
    Senior Orchesis members get set for final BHS show  4/8/99
        p.9
    BHS reacts to Littleton shootings  4/29/99 p.5
    International influences  4/29/99 p.27
    School spirit isn't dampened by flood  4/29/99 p.5
    Student arrested for BHS hit list  5/6/99 p.5
    Wooden you know it  5/6/99 p.9
    Driveway controversy appears to be settled  5/13/99 p.13
    Gold plate special  5/13/99 p.27
    Honor roll  5/13/99 p.28
    Bullish on physics  5/27/99 p.24
    Congratulations BHS graduates  6/10/99 p.7
    Class of 1999  6/17/99 p.32
    Honor roll  7/22/99 p.22
    BHS has zero-tolerance policy for hazing  9/2/99 p.11
    Being of good cheer  9/2/99 p.27
    Meyer appeals football suspension  9/9/99 p.5
    Three teens arrested for more than $10,000 damage at BHS 
        9/9/99 p.10
    Disqualified Meyer departs, dons new football uniform 
        9/16/99 p.8
    In the blood  9/16/99 p.27
    BHS principal:  conduct code reflects community's values 
        9/30/99 p.8
    Zero-tolerance policy's effectiveness questioned  9/30/99
        p.8
    Use of zero-tolerance policies is subject of national
        debate  9/30/99 p.9
    Athletic codes differ in districts 211, 214  9/30/99 p.12
    Toga time!  10/7/99 p.7
    New 3 Rs:  reading, writing & resumes  10/7/99 p.27
    Helping students to help themselves  10/14/99 p.27
    Three BHS football players arrested on alcohol charges 
        10/28/99 p.10
    Clarification to story of 10/28/99  11/4/99 p.6
    Competitive communicators  11/11/99 p.27
    Play money  12/2/99 p.41
    Class ACTs  12/9/99 p.25
 
BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL COLOR GUARD                          
    Art movement  3/18/99 p.27
 
BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL.                                      
    BH business initiates Duo Tool deal  1/21/99 p.88
    BH man gets in scuffle with would-be robber  2/11/99 p.11
    Village gears up to oppose big town house proposal  3/18/99
        p.7
    BH board opposing horse slaughterhouse  3/25/99 p.5
    County moves closer to vote on slaughterhouse  3/25/99 p.5
    Sunday morning fire damages secluded Barrington Hills house
        4/1/99 p.10
    Barrington Hills lightning lawsuit sparking call for
        stricter fire precautions  5/20/99 p.9
    BH board approves subdivision plat  5/27/99 p.6
    Cops hope $100,000 reward will spur Hommerson arrest 
        5/27/99 p.10
    Barrington Hills police chief resigns  6/3/99 p.5
    Cops register big increase in DUI arrests  6/10/99 p.11
    Volunteers saddle up for horse skill trials  6/24/99 p.12
    Refurbished course makes a splash  7/1/99 p.7
    Rose resigns from Barrington Hills board  7/1/99 p.13
    Plan commission chairman named to BH village board  7/8/99
        p.9
    Barrington Hills police promote two to sergeant  7/15/99 p.6
    Klehms may file disconnection suit  7/29/99 p.5
    Interim BH police chief named  7/29/99 p.9
    Fire damage estimated at $50,000  8/5/99 p.6
    Barrington Hills officials blast Rt. 59 bypass plans 
        8/26/99 p.10
    Barrington Hills police, post office team up  9/9/99 p.6
    Lightning lawsuit shorts out in court  9/9/99 p.8
    Weekend car crashes leave two men dead  9/16/99 p.5
    Treasurer's report  9/16/99 p.117
    MacArthur property to be sold  12/9/99 p.5
    Alex MacArthur property set to be auctioned today  12/16/99
        p.8
 
BARRINGTON ICE ARENA                                        
    Barrington Ice Arena gets new look  12/16/99 p.11
 
BARRINGTON MARINE                                           
    Area businessman indicted for fraud  1/21/99 p.12
 
BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL--PRAIRIE CAMPUS                    
    Board approves Prairie construction bids  3/4/99 p.13
    Honor roll  3/4/99 p.24
    Stories of naval war heroes are subject of award-winning
        essays  3/25/99 p.34
    Reality check  5/6/99 p.29
    French National Awards  5/20/99 p.26
    Middle school moves mulled  5/27/99 p.8
    One for the books  6/3/99 p.23
    Honor roll  8/19/99 p.30
    Good news scarce on Prairie addition  9/16/99 p.12
    Students pay tribute to veterans  11/18/99 p.7
    Honor roll  12/9/99 p.27
    Workout on wheels  12/23/99 p.21
    Class career  12/30/99 p.23
 
BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL--STATION CAMPUS                    
    Capitol ideas  1/21/99 p.21
    Knowing where it's at  2/18/99 p.24
    Honor roll  3/4/99 p.25
    Tournament talk  3/25/99 p.27
    Conference champs  4/29/99 p.125
    Middle school moves mulled  5/27/99 p.8
    Honor roll  8/19/99 p.28
    Students pay tribute to veterans  11/18/99 p.7
    Honor roll  12/9/99 p.26
 
BARRINGTON MOTOR WERKS                                      
    Motor Werks renovation plan gets endorsement  2/11/99 p.9
 
BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT                                    
    Barrington Park District honored  1/21/99 p.6
    Barrington remains with special recreation group  2/4/99 p.8
    Neighbors ask Park District to take Jewel Tea site  2/11/99
        p.5
    Park District's attorney explains land condemnation
        procedures  2/18/99 p.9
    Langedorf Park redesign mulled  3/25/99 p.7
    Jennings named Park District director  5/27/99 p.9
    Diving into summer  6/17/99 p.10
    Suburban man updates look, feel of pools  6/17/99 p.11
    Panel seeks to determine open space costs, support  7/15/99
        p.13
    Movement to save open space gains momentum and support 
        7/22/99 p.5
    Park District unhappy with school facility agreement 
        7/22/99 p.7
    Park and school boards ink facility-sharing agreement 
        7/29/99 p.8
    Planning panel ponders park's future  8/12/99 p.6
    Parties preparing for open space fight  11/11/99 p.5
    Park board defers land acquisition vote  11/18/99 p.6
 
BARRINGTON SWIM CLUB                                        
    Both older and younger swimmers excel on Barrington Swim
        Club  7/15/99 p.9
    Swimmers make splash at Palatine Summer Splash  7/29/99
        p.121
    Bishop swims to two 1sts at Senior State  8/5/99 p.130
    BSC smokes at Age Group Championships  8/12/99 p.119
 
BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                   
    Assessment roll  3/18/99 p.L1
    Assessments  11/25/99 p.107
    Taxpayers can appeal assessments  12/9/99 p.6
 
BARRINGTON TYPHOONS (SOFTBALL CLUB)                         
    Littwin pitches in and then some for Typhoons  7/22/99 p.110
    Typhoons tie for 17th at nationals  7/29/99 p.120
 
BARRINGTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH                          
    Methodist churches may unite  2/25/99 p.8
    United Methodist church rising up from the ashes  5/13/99
        p.10
    Labor of love  7/22/99 p.87
    Insurance company seeks $4 million for fire damages 
        8/12/99 p.9
    BUMC holding remembrance service  10/21/99 p.6
    Church observes anniversary of fire  11/4/99 p.7
    Miraculous recovery  12/23/99 p.85
 
BARRINGTON VENTURE LLC.                                     
    Country inn contemplated on part of Pepper property 
        6/17/99 p.18
    Several issues may stall approval of country inn  7/8/99
        p.13
    Inn may be on the outs with plan commission  7/15/99 p.12
    Eastgate wins, inn loses with Barrington planners  9/16/99
        p.10
    Inn proposal is withdrawn  10/28/99 p.6
 
BARRINGTON WOMAN'S CLUB                                     
    Woman's Club celebrating its 85th year  4/29/99 p.105
    Woman's Club celebrates 85th year  5/13/99 p.6
    BWC celebrates 85th anniversary  6/3/99 p.18
 
BARRINGTON WRITER'S WORKSHOP                                
    Area authors getting their words out  2/4/99 p.7
 
BARRINGTON YOUTH FOOTBALL                                   
    Future Broncos to play for championship  11/4/99 p.126
 
BARRINGTON YOUTH MINISTRY NETWORK                           
    Change in kids' schedules called for  4/22/99 p.5
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.                                            
    It's snow time  1/7/99 p.5
    Photographer's choice  1/7/99 p.8
    Barrington trustees seek re-election  1/21/99 p.6
    Cable franchise hearing set  1/21/99 p.6
    Route 14 rezoning delayed, hearing resumes February 9 
        1/21/99 p.8
    Garbage contract is in the can  1/28/99 p.6
    Hamelberg defends police tobacco sting operations  1/28/99
        p.12
    Proposal for Jewel Tea property presented  1/28/99 p.5
    Methodist church, Harold Square are top topics of downtown
        talks  2/4/99 p.8
    Personnel preparing to vacate village hall  2/11/99 p.10
    Plan panel pans proposal to rezone Route 14 parcel  2/11/99
        p.10
    Barrington board backs Harper  2/18/99 p.6
    Moving day  3/4/99 p.5
    Panel to suggest parking improvements  3/4/99 p.107
    Village to improve water system  3/11/99 p.6
    Barrington getting ready for Earth Week activities  4/22/99
        p.8
    Massage parlors, court cases still open  4/22/99 p.6
    Utility tax troubles Chamber chairman  4/29/99 p.6
    Villages list objections to proposed development  4/29/99
        p.7
    John Kudla picked to fill vacancy on village board  5/6/99
        p.10
    Plan panel rejects open space zoning for Park Foods
        property  5/6/99 p.8
    Healthcare facility hearings scheduled  5/13/99 p.6
    Board given the business over utility tax proposal  5/20/99
        p.5
    Hager house to be leased to a charity organization  5/20/99
        p.9
    Barrington community assists Kosovo relief efforts  5/27/99
        p.7
    Community invited to attend area Memorial Day activities 
        5/27/99 p.9
    Downtown renovation concepts unveiled  5/27/99 p.5
    Community ready to surpass 1998's record-breaking relay 
        6/3/99 p.8
    Community rallies behind Relay  6/10/99 p.5
    Police standoff ends peacefully  6/17/99 p.9
    Barrington pledges $570,000 in state funds  6/17/99 p.14
    Barrington fired up for July 4th festivities  6/24/99 p.7
    Residents reminded:  parade is Saturday, fireworks are
        Sunday  7/1/99 p.5
    Barrington's fourth is filled with family fun  7/8/99 p.7
    Inn may be on the outs with plan commission  7/15/99 p.12
    Plan commission drafts tree preservation rules  7/15/99 p.13
    Residents debating merits of downtown development  7/22/99
        p.5
    Movement to save open space gains momentum and support 
        7/22/99 p.5
    Village earns $425,000  7/22/99 p.8
    Woman reports being sexually assaulted  7/22/99 p.8
    Don't push panic button [Y2K]  7/22/99 p.10
    Prescription for Y2K:  Stockpiling unnecessary  7/22/99 p.11
    [Y2K] Scams, not computer bugs, are biggest financial worry
        7/22/99 p.11
    Millennium isn't bugging Barrington-area officials  7/22/99
        p.12
    Residents rally behind retail plan  7/29/99 p.8
    Building boom in Barrington  7/29/99 p.110
    Village could be getting in TIF over downtown development 
        8/5/99 p.5
    Downtown plan bypasses connector road  8/12/99 p.5
    Satellite Metra train station proposed  8/12/99 p.5
    Russians visit Barrington on business trip  8/12/99 p.7
    Board refines utility tax proposal  8/26/99 p.5
    Massage parlors being rubbed out  8/26/99 p.8
    Tree preservation law adopted  8/26/99 p.8
    Downtown master plan concept approved by Barrington board 
        8/26/99 p.9
    Panel to pore over study of village's water supply  9/2/99
        p.9
    Villagers yet debate merits of utility tax  9/9/99 p.7
    Proposed utility tax is tabled for now  9/16/99 p.5
    Orange water to be fixed by large amount of green  9/16/99
        p.9
    Eastgate wins, inn loses with Barrington planners  9/16/99
        p.10
    Plan panel pleases the perplexed  9/23/99 p.6
    Barrington board oks utility tax  9/30/99 p.5
    Board approves Eastgate rezoning  9/30/99 p.6
    Proposed bank draws concern  9/30/99 p.10
    Planners brace for meetings marathon  10/14/99 p.6
    Panel endorses proposed bank  10/14/99 p.12
    Metra tells of need for new station  10/21/99 p.9
    No schedule yet for TIF hearings  10/21/99 p.9
    Experts divided on wetland mitigation merits  10/21/99 p.11
    Treasurer's report  10/21/99 p.120
    Inn proposal is withdrawn  10/28/99 p.6
    Appearance panel receiving support  11/4/99 p.13
    Village inks dispatch contract  11/11/99 p.6
    Board oks waterworks bond  11/11/99 p.6
    Board approves contract for Route 59 bypass study  11/11/99
        p.9
    Jewel Tea property proposal withdrawn  11/25/99 p.5
    Police to target deadbeat drivers  11/25/99 p.6
    Barrington settles lawsuit  11/25/99 p.11
    Opponents of new Metra station feeling railroaded  12/2/99
        p.5
    Village rubs out massage parlors  12/2/99 p.14
    Cops warning businesses to be wary about burglars  12/2/99
        p.32
    Village board to schedule hearings for TIF district 
        12/2/99 p.33
    Giving Day volunteers, donations still needed  12/9/99 p.5
    Engineer:  Village, School District 220 should pool
        resources to stop floods  12/9/99 p.8
    Trustees speak out on new train station  12/16/99 p.5
    Panel set to look at Jewel Tea plans  12/16/99 p.6
    Opening of new police station scheduled  12/16/99 p.6
    Neighbors not happy about plans for a new subdivision 
        12/16/99 p.8
    Barrington passes property tax levy  12/16/99 p.12
    Giving Day '99 called best ever  12/23/99 p.5
    Wandering wise men return to Barrington  12/23/99 p.13
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.--AUTHORS                                   
    Area authors getting their words out  2/4/99 p.7
    Hailing Taxicab  7/15/99 p.B4
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.--HISTORY                                   
    Former schoolhouse demolished  2/11/99 p.6
    Home houses village's past  9/30/99 p.89
    Area countryside survives 20th century's challenges 
        12/30/99 p.10
 
BARRY, CATHY                                                
    Main Street Art Centre; Cathy Barry and Frankie Johnson,
        owners  11/4/99 p.B3
 
BARSUMIAN, NAZARETH                                         
    Area countryside survives 20th century's challenges 
        12/30/99 p.10
 
BATAILLE ACADEMIE OF THE DANSE                              
    Firefighters smoke out dance studio problem  6/10/99 p.14
 
BAYRAMOV, BEGENCH                                           
    Church sponsors healing journey  12/2/99 p.107
 
BEAUBIEN, MARK                                              
    Beaubien:  village will get state funds  7/22/99 p.6
    Lake Barrington to get state grant  8/5/99 p.6
    State Rep. Beaubien to seek a third term  10/14/99 p.9
    Local officials backing Beaubien's re-election  12/2/99 p.13
    Beaubien bill would create state driver data base  12/2/99
        p.33
 
BEAZLEY, MAIREN                                             
    Beazley and Johnston lead fillies to second at MSL; Broncos
        fall to eighth  10/21/99 p.124
    Beazley makes right choice  10/28/99 p.123
 
BELL'S APPLE ORCHARD                                        
    Developer unveils plans for Bell's Orchard land  7/8/99 p.14
    Developer unveils plan for Bell's Orchard site  8/5/99 p.9
 
BELMONTE, TONY                                              
    Rezoning ends couple's nightmare  10/21/99 p.9
 
BENNETT, WAYNE                                              
    State-bound Bennett has his angel  2/18/99 p.109
 
BENSON, RAYMOND                                             
    Not shaken, writer stirs life into Bond adventures  5/27/99
        p.B8
 
BERGGREN, ASHLEY                                            
    Berggren keeping her basketball dreams alive  1/14/99 p.7
 
BERGMAN, ROBERT L.                                          
    Bergman out of hospital  1/14/99 p.6
 
BERT'S BEDTIME STORIES                                      
    Storied career  7/22/99 p.101
 
BEST, CAROL                                                 
    Countless volunteering hours earn Best Rotarian of Year 
        9/9/99 p.20
 
BEVERIDGE, TOM                                              
    Tale of two trustees  2/25/99 p.10
 
BICYCLING                                                   
    Inverness passes bike helmet law  1/21/99 p.12
 
BISHOP, BILL                                                
    Bishop swims to two 1sts at Senior State  8/5/99 p.130
 
BISHOP, CARL                                                
    Weekend car crashes leave two men dead  9/16/99 p.5
 
BLACK, ANDY                                                 
    First in his class  7/29/99 p.107
 
BLANCHARD, DONNA                                            
    Winds push woman's plane off LITH runway  2/18/99 p.5
 
BOHL, ALFRED W.                                             
    Wauconda man killed in Route 59 car crash  7/1/99 p.11
 
BOLDEBUCK, CRAIG                                            
    Man arrested in cigarette sting gets new trial  6/17/99 p.7
    Cigarette sting trial witness puzzles prosecutor, judge 
        7/1/99 p.10
 
BOONIE AWARDS                                               
    1999 a year of stellar performances, shows  12/16/99 p.B5
 
BOSWORTH, PAM                                               
    Wisconsin walk continues community's cancer fight  6/10/99
        p.8
 
BRANSTRATOR, DONN                                           
    Barrington trustees seek re-election  1/21/99 p.6
 
BREEDEN, RICK                                               
    Wauconda Orchards; Rick Breeden, owner  10/21/99 p.113
 
BRENNER, KENNETH                                            
    Three BHS football players arrested on alcohol charges 
        10/28/99 p.10
    Clarification to story of 10/28/99  11/4/99 p.6
 
BREUDER, ROBERT                                             
    Harper president in running for post in Orlando, Florida 
        8/26/99 p.22
 
BRIDLEWAY STABLES                                           
    Cook County closing stables this weekend  10/28/99 p.9
    Riding in to the sunset  11/11/99 p.105
 
BROWNEWELL, GRANT                                           
    Innovative Ceramics; Carl Mankert, Grant Brownewell, and
        Derek Serra, owners  6/17/99 p.117
 
BROWNING FERRIS INDUSTRIES                                  
    Garbage contract is in the can  1/28/99 p.6
 
BRUMM, CYNTHIA                                              
    Couple dies in car crash  8/26/99 p.108
 
BRUMM, DANIEL                                               
    Couple dies in car crash  8/26/99 p.108
 
BRUNKA, CHRISTY                                             
    Brunka flies to state medal to help Fillies reach goal 
        11/25/99 p.119
 
BUCKLEY, STEVE                                              
    LZ panel nixes bar's new parking lot plan  4/22/99 p.111
 
BUEHLER YMCA                                                
    Taking the fear out of swimming  4/29/99 p.95
    Hundreds prepare for Punjabi festival Saturday at YMCA 
        8/19/99 p.13
 
BULL'Z EYE FAMILY ARCHERY                                   
    Bull'z Eye Family Archery; Jerry Tepps, owner  1/21/99 p.87
 
BURBANK, LELAND                                             
    Barrington men are knights to remember  1/21/99 p.77
 
BURNSIDE, RICHARD A.                                        
    Police charge Lisle man with two counts of theft  12/9/99
        p.18
 
BUSINESS                                                    
    BH business initiates Duo Tool deal  1/21/99 p.88
    Glunz family giving developers the raspberry  4/1/99 p.113
    Some farms hold out against development  4/1/99 p.113
    Getting the picture  7/15/99 p.105
    Building boom in Barrington  7/29/99 p.110
    Russian evolution  8/5/99 p.119
    Old farm friendliness  8/26/99 p.111
    Study:  economy strong in the 60047 zip code  8/26/99 p.112
    Main Street vs. the mall  12/30/99 p.27
    Masters of destruction  4/22/99 p.109
    Arbitration cheaper, quicker than trial  5/6/99 p.113
    Invasion of privacy  6/24/99 p.103
 
BUSINESS ENTERPRISES                                        
    Bull'z Eye Family Archery; Jerry Tepps, owner  1/21/99 p.87
    Portraits by Thomas; Thomas Balsamo, owner  1/28/99 p.97
    Serpent Safari; Louis Daddono, owner  2/11/99 p.109
    Consolidated Music; Jeff Lindahl, owner  4/15/99 p.109
    Peg & Dowel; Don Wolfson, owner  4/15/99 p.B13
    Store is a nice place to work, hang out in  4/15/99 p.109
    Barrington Bath Shoppe, Ltd.; Tom and Teresa Patek, owners 
        5/27/99 p.107
    Sisters, Too, Inc.; Maryann and Ginny Warton, owners 
        6/3/99 p.101
    Local brewer gets license for pub  6/10/99 p.6
    Innovative Ceramics; Carl Mankert, Grant Brownewell, and
        Derek Serra, owners  6/17/99 p.117
    Interiors by Bruce; Chip and Lisa Walterman, owners  7/8/99
        p.101
    Here's Health  9/23/99 p.107
    Scandinavian Store; Ben Hammer, owner  10/14/99 p.113
    Wauconda Orchards; Rick Breeden, owner  10/21/99 p.113
    Digital Home; John Goldenne, owner  10/28/99 p.113
    Main Street Art Centre; Cathy Barry and Frankie Johnson,
        owners  11/4/99 p.B3
    The Kitchen Guide; Laura Jensen, owner  12/23/99 p.95
 
CABLE TELEVISION                                            
    Getting the picture  7/15/99 p.105
 
CALIENTO, BEV                                               
    Owner plans to reopen Canteen  8/26/99 p.6
 
CALIENTO, TONY                                              
    Officials recall Caliento's service to the community 
        7/29/99 p.13
 
CANCER (DISEASE)                                            
    Cancer no longer carries a death sentence  4/29/99 p.11
 
CANTEEN (RESTAURANT)                                        
    Owner plans to reopen Canteen  8/26/99 p.6
    Landmark Barrington restaurant sold  12/2/99 p.7
    Correction to story of 12/2/99  12/9/99 p.6
 
CARLSON, TOM                                                
    Perry met the enemy, and then they were his  3/25/99 p.35
    Stories of naval war heroes are subject of award-winning
        essays  3/25/99 p.34
 
CARROZZI, JULIE                                             
    Christmas package  12/16/99 p.B3
 
CARSTENSEN, KRISTEN                                         
    Gold plate special  5/13/99 p.27
 
CARUSO, ANTHONY                                             
    Caruso hits high note  6/17/99 p.29
 
CARY, ILL.                                                  
    Young children harvest lessons down on farm  10/7/99 p.97
 
CATHONY, ED                                                 
    Miraculous recovery  12/23/99 p.85
 
CATLOW THEATER                                              
    Reel life story  12/30/99 p.30
 
CAVEL INTERNATIONAL                                         
    BH board opposing horse slaughterhouse  3/25/99 p.5
    County moves closer to vote on slaughterhouse  3/25/99 p.5
    Slaughterhouse petition rejected  4/29/99 p.6
 
CENTURY DEVELOPMENT GROUP                                   
    Plans announced for more homes  7/15/99 p.106
 
CHEVALIER WOODS                                             
    Conservationists protest county sale of forest land 
        10/28/99 p.18
 
CHICAGO ANIMAL RIGHTS COALITION                             
    Rodeo protest leads to minor scuffles  7/15/99 p.11
 
CHILDREN'S ADVOCACY CENTER                                  
    Center helps abused children  10/21/99 p.10
 
CITIZENS FOR CONSERVATION                                   
    Habitat project's creators honored  2/18/99 p.12
    Bakers Lake island restoration under way  10/28/99 p.5
 
CLAUSEN, FREDERICK J.                                       
    Interim BH police chief named  7/29/99 p.9
 
CLERY, JOHN                                                 
    State's Attorney rules Clery letter not illegal  3/4/99 p.9
 
CLIFT, LAURA                                                
    Local ladies beginning their second century  12/30/99 p.7
 
CLUB X                                                      
    Local teens sample upscale night life at renovated club 
        2/25/99 p.109
 
COHEN, DAVID                                                
    LZ downtown plan creates controversy  9/9/99 p.95
 
COLE, FRANK                                                 
    Cole retiring from Roslyn  5/20/99 p.25
 
COLLIN, MICHAEL                                             
    Ask him anything  1/28/99 p.7
 
COMMERCIAL CLUB OF CHICAGO                                  
    Group sets regional goals for next century  1/14/99 p.12
 
CONN, BRIAN                                                 
    Composer takes a classic approach  11/18/99 p.B3
 
CONSOLIDATED MUSIC                                          
    Consolidated Music; Jeff Lindahl, owner  4/15/99 p.109
    Store is a nice place to work, hang out in  4/15/99 p.109
 
COOK COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT                        
    Cook County Forest District moves to condemn property 
        3/4/99 p.10
    Poplar Creek path proposal unveiled  4/1/99 p.14
    Cook County to digitally map forest preserve district land 
        8/12/99 p.103
    Bakers Lake island restoration under way  10/28/99 p.5
    Cook County closing stables this weekend  10/28/99 p.9
    Conservationists protest county sale of forest land 
        10/28/99 p.18
 
COOK COUNTY, ILL.                                           
    Villages gear up to oppose big town house proposal  3/18/99
        p.7
    Jung property proposal unveiled  3/25/99 p.5
    Tax reform on Cook County assessor's agenda  5/6/99 p.11
    Cook County ZBA vote stuns local residents  6/24/99 p.8
    Powerful political pressure giving developer an edge 
        6/24/99 p.8
    Definition of suburban sprawl is issue in development
        debate  6/24/99 p.9
    County board expected to delay decision on Jung property's
        fate  7/8/99 p.8
    County board delays Jung decision  7/15/99 p.6
    Officials interpret impact of delaying Jung decision 
        8/12/99 p.13
    County orders trees cut down  9/9/99 p.13
    County redesigns tax bills  10/7/99 p.113
    1999 scavenger sale schedule  10/21/99 p.116
    2-year delinquent tax list  10/21/99 p.116
    Safety check yields 137 tickets  11/11/99 p.10
 
COSTELLO, CAITLYN                                           
    Knowing where it's at  2/18/99 p.24
 
COUNTRYSIDE PARK DISTRICT RIDING CENTER                     
    Refurbished course makes a splash  7/1/99 p.7
 
COUNTRYSIDE SCHOOL                                          
    Countryside parents protest school plans  7/29/99 p.5
    Fall colors  11/4/99 p.27
 
COWLES, MEGAN                                               
    Resident returns from Turkey trip  8/26/99 p.14
 
CRANE, PHILIP M.                                            
    Crane, Porter at odds over action in Kosovo  5/6/99 p.12
    Medicare, trade and tax cuts top Crane's talk  7/15/99 p.26
    Area Democrat plans to end Crane's reign  9/9/99 p.10
 
CREATIVE CHILDREN'S ACADEMY                                 
    What's in a name?  3/4/99 p.93
 
CRIME AND CRIMINALS                                         
    Barrington cigarette sellers stung by police  1/7/99 p.5
    Merchants react to police sting operation  1/14/99 p.5
    Area businessman indicted for fraud  1/21/99 p.12
    Local Dodge dealership gets stormed by thieves  1/21/99 p.10
    Neighborhood legend keeps authorities at bay for 14 hours 
        1/21/99 p.11
    Road contractors convicted  1/21/99 p.88
    Hamelberg defends police tobacco sting operations  1/28/99
        p.12
    Defense argument takes a twist in tobacco sting  2/4/99 p.10
    BH man gets in scuffle with would-be robber  2/11/99 p.11
    Police seeking suspect, clues in sexual assault  2/18/99 p.8
    Church beefing up security after attack  2/25/99 p.13
    Iowa boys busted after traffic stop  2/25/99 p.12
    Local man charged with murder in fatal car crash  3/4/99
        p.12
    Sting cases continue  3/11/99 p.14
    Arrests show stores, cops are cooperating  3/25/99 p.23
    BHS student charged with making e-mail bomb threat  3/25/99
        p.10
    Thieves hit Dodge dealer again  4/15/99 p.19
    Crowther acquitted of charges  4/29/99 p.6
    Bond revoked for repeat DUI suspect  5/6/99 p.23
    Men charged with theft of animal tranquilizers  5/6/99 p.24
    Student arrested for BHS hit list  5/6/99 p.5
    Marquette won't face prosecution  5/13/99 p.12
    Cops hope $100,000 reward will spur Hommerson arrest 
        5/27/99 p.10
    Business had aroused neighbors' suspicions  6/3/99 p.10
    Child endangerment hearing is scheduled  6/3/99 p.14
    Police arrest 25 in massage raids  6/3/99 p.12
    Police target SB office in prostitution raid  6/3/99 p.5
    Cops register big increase in DUI arrests  6/10/99 p.11
    Smash and grab thefts investigated  6/10/99 p.6
    Man arrested in cigarette sting gets new trial  6/17/99 p.7
    Palumbo, two sons receive sentences  6/24/99 p.25
    Cigarette sting trial witness puzzles prosecutor, judge 
        7/1/99 p.10
    Man stabbed in fight outside theater  7/8/99 p.5
    Cops make two arrests for indecent exposure  7/8/99 p.14
    Police suspect arson in Inverness fire  7/22/99 p.6
    Woman reports being sexually assaulted  7/22/99 p.8
    Deer Park resident detains burglary suspect for police 
        8/5/99 p.22
    Hawthorn Woods man gets prison term after fourth DUI
        conviction  8/12/99 p.23
    Hoffman Estates man charged with robbing bank in Geneva 
        9/2/99 p.10
    Cops arrest LBS resident on pornography charges  9/2/99 p.18
    Barrington Hills police, post office team up  9/9/99 p.6
    Three teens arrested for more than $10,000 damage at BHS 
        9/9/99 p.10
    Tower Lakes police discover two potted pot plants  9/23/99
        p.5
    Dietary Consultants owner faces more charges  9/23/99 p.5
    Phillips pleads guilty to tax fraud  10/14/99 p.6
    Chase leads to crash  10/14/99 p.13
    Village Hall vandalized  10/14/99 p.13
    Three BHS football players arrested on alcohol charges 
        10/28/99 p.10
    Cops make arrest in car theft  10/28/99 p.10
    Clarification to story of 10/28/99  11/4/99 p.6
    LB man receives sentence for child porn possession 
        11/18/99 p.8
    Rose School vandalized  12/2/99 p.10
    Man with shotgun arrested  12/2/99 p.24
    Cops warning businesses to be wary about burglars  12/2/99
        p.32
    Police charge Lisle man with two counts of theft  12/9/99
        p.18
    Lake Zurich police charge Palatine teen in sex assault 
        12/16/99 p.25
    Wandering wise men return to Barrington  12/23/99 p.13
    Victim asks thieves to return stolen wedding albums 
        12/30/99 p.81
 
CROHN, NORMAN                                               
    Financial settlement reached in South Barrington lawsuit 
        8/19/99 p.20
 
CROWTHER, ROBERT W.                                         
    Crowther acquitted of charges  4/29/99 p.6
 
CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                         
    Corrections to assessment  3/25/99 p.112
    Assessor asks board to drop appeal  7/29/99 p.10
    Township lawsuit seeks injunction against academy  10/14/99
        p.5
    Eye of the storm  11/18/99 p.27
    Delinquent tax rolls  11/18/99 p.100
    Assessment roll  12/16/99 p.103
 
DADDONO, LOUIS                                              
    Serpent Safari; Louis Daddono, owner  2/11/99 p.109
 
DANNEGER, CRAIG                                             
    Three BHS football players arrested on alcohol charges 
        10/28/99 p.10
    Clarification to story of 10/28/99  11/4/99 p.6
 
DARCH, KAREN                                                
    Barrington trustees seek re-election  1/21/99 p.6
 
DAVE'S AUTO REPAIR                                          
    LZ downtown plan creates controversy  9/9/99 p.95
 
DE BARTOLO, ROBERT G.                                       
    Dietary Consultants owner faces more charges  9/23/99 p.5
 
DE BOER, LARRY                                              
    Cell tower lawsuit going forward  5/27/99 p.6
 
DE GELLEKE, LAURA                                           
    Goalie deGelleke stands tall vs. Nerinx  4/22/99 p.118
 
DE MAIO, JACOB P.                                           
    Iowa boys busted after traffic stop  2/25/99 p.12
 
DE MICHELE, LOUIS                                           
    Golden gala  9/2/99 p.89
 
DE MICHELE, RUTH                                            
    Golden gala  9/2/99 p.89
 
DE SALVO, ERNEST                                            
    DeSalvo bids adieu to LB board  6/10/99 p.6
 
DE YOUNG, EDWARD                                            
    BHS principal:  conduct code reflects community's values 
        9/30/99 p.8
 
DEEGAN, MICHAEL                                             
    Deegan expected to lose his title of deputy chief  8/12/99
        p.25
 
DEER PARK BUSINESS CENTER                                   
    Plan panel endorses office park proposal  1/14/99 p.8
    Deer Park office park plan approved  1/21/99 p.5
    Board poised to plot village's future course  6/17/99 p.5
    Deer Park board approves eight-building office park  7/1/99
        p.8
 
DEER PARK TOWN CENTER (SHOPPING CENTER)                     
    Developers coming to Deer Park  4/1/99 p.6
    Developer unveils final plans for triangle property
        proposal  5/6/99 p.9
    Deer Park board mulls grave decision  5/13/99 p.5
    Lack of development details disappoints  5/20/99 p.7
    Deer Park plan panel endorses Rand Road commercial center 
        6/10/99 p.10
    Board poised to plot village's future course  6/17/99 p.5
    Development to be built, gravesites will be moved  6/24/99
        p.5
    Palatine will provide water to Deer Park development 
        8/12/99 p.13
    Deer Park developers release list of tenants  8/26/99 p.5
 
DEER PARK, ILL.                                             
    Plan panel endorses office park proposal  1/14/99 p.8
    Deer Park office park plan approved  1/21/99 p.5
    Deer Park creates entertainment tax  2/18/99 p.6
    Developer unveils final plans for triangle property
        proposal  5/6/99 p.9
    Deer Park board mulls grave decision  5/13/99 p.5
    Deer Park ponders options to preserve farm property 
        5/13/99 p.8
    Lack of development details disappoints  5/20/99 p.7
    Deer Park plan panel endorses Rand Road commercial center 
        6/10/99 p.10
    Board poised to plot village's future course  6/17/99 p.5
    Deer Park will buy Vehe farm  6/24/99 p.5
    Development to be built, gravesites will be moved  6/24/99
        p.5
    CorLands group will assist village in buying Vehe farm 
        7/1/99 p.7
    Deer Park board approves eight-building office park  7/1/99
        p.8
    Deer Park trustee resigns  7/8/99 p.6
    New Deer Park trustee sworn in  7/22/99 p.6
    Deer Park resident detains burglary suspect for police 
        8/5/99 p.22
    Palatine will provide water to Deer Park development 
        8/12/99 p.13
    Vehe farm house will get new use  8/19/99 p.12
    Deer Park developers release list of tenants  8/26/99 p.5
    Stove blamed in fire  11/18/99 p.9
 
DELCORE, KEELY                                              
    Hershman, Delcore, 200 free relay win at county meet 
        9/30/99 p.114
 
DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS MEDICAL CENTER               
    Barrington area vets involved in North Chicago hospital
        fight  4/22/99 p.7
 
DERICKSON, SANDY                                            
    Closing a Capital career  12/2/99 p.135
 
DIETARY CONSULTANTS                                         
    Business had aroused neighbors' suspicions  6/3/99 p.10
    Police target SB office in prostitution raid  6/3/99 p.5
    Dietary Consultants owner faces more charges  9/23/99 p.5
 
DIETZ, DONALD, REV.                                         
    Together again  4/22/99 p.93
 
DIGITAL HOME                                                
    Digital Home; John Goldenne, owner  10/28/99 p.113
 
DOOLITTLE, LYNN                                             
    Some farms hold out against development  4/1/99 p.113
 
DOOLITTLE, TOM                                              
    Some farms hold out against development  4/1/99 p.113
 
DRAPER, GERALD                                              
    Financial settlement reached in South Barrington lawsuit 
        8/19/99 p.20
    Correction to story of 8/19/99  8/26/99 p.6
 
DRUG ABUSE                                                  
    Some sobering statistics on drug and alcohol use  9/30/99
        p.9
    Magic message  10/21/99 p.29
 
DUNKIN DONUTS (RESTAURANT)                                  
    On top of it  7/22/99 p.5
 
DUNN, TIM                                                   
    Barrington trustees seek re-election  1/21/99 p.6
 
DUO TOOL & MANUFACTURING, INC.                              
    BH business initiates Duo Tool deal  1/21/99 p.88
 
EASON, ROGER                                                
    Cops make arrest in car theft  10/28/99 p.10
 
EASTGATE OFFICE CENTER (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)            
    Board gives Graft encouragement  6/24/99 p.6
    Eastgate wins, inn loses with Barrington planners  9/16/99
        p.10
    Board approves Eastgate rezoning  9/30/99 p.6
 
ECKLUND, TRACY                                              
    Woman dies, 16 injured in accident  6/17/99 p.7
 
EDUCATION                                                   
    McGee outlines agenda of state education board  1/28/99 p.30
    Learning experience  9/2/99 p.7
    Private visions, public dollars  9/23/99 p.9
    Are charters first step to vouchers?  9/23/99 p.11
 
EISERMAN, DOROTHY                                           
    Sentimental attachment to farm benefits forest preserve 
        10/28/99 p.19
 
ELA AREA PUBLIC LIBRARY                                     
    Porn protesters picket Ela Area Library  11/11/99 p.11
 
ELA AREA YMCA                                               
    Community builder  5/27/99 p.93
    YMCA seeks teens' input on skate park  9/9/99 p.12
    Ela Y honors Foglia gift by renaming the facility  12/2/99
        p.30
 
ELA COMMUNITIES FOR SUCCESS                                 
    Group is getting Ela towns talking  8/19/99 p.12
    Residents urged to attend Ela Communities dialogue 
        10/14/99 p.9
    Getting Elated about Ela Township  11/25/99 p.97
 
ELA FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS                                    
    Art fest hopes for big weekend draw  9/9/99 p.21
 
ELA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                          
    Ela Township assessment roll  10/14/99 p.L1
    Getting Elated about Ela Township  11/25/99 p.97
    Ela assessments angering township residents  12/2/99 p.7
 
ELECTIONS                                                   
    Barrington trustees seek re-election  1/21/99 p.6
    Caucus makes District 220 endorsements  1/28/99 p.5
    Hawthorn Woods residents want referendum on mall  1/28/99
        p.8
    Village to file mall suit; puts question on ballot  1/28/99
        p.8
    Candidates file for other local elections  2/4/99 p.5
    It's not just the mall  2/4/99 p.5
    Forest district delays drive for referendum  2/11/99 p.13
    Candidates debate density, border control  3/11/99 p.9
    Development issues define campaign  3/11/99 p.9
    Harper chief defends referendum  3/11/99 p.27
    Skinner seeks elections  3/11/99 p.14
    Candidates:  Mall isn't the only issue  3/18/99 p.9
    Starkey challenges incumbent Larrain for village president 
        3/18/99 p.8
    Four candidates square off for three seats  3/25/99 p.11
    Harper board hopefuls divided on referendum  3/25/99 p.32
    Technology, finances top candidates' list of issues 
        3/25/99 p.8
    Area groups promote referendum  4/1/99 p.9
    College officials say enrollment will go up; some are
        skeptical  4/1/99 p.27
    Harper College is cooking up plans to teach culinary arts 
        4/1/99 p.27
    Lake County seeks land, preserve upgrades  4/1/99 p.9
    The $125 million question  4/1/99 p.26
    Voter's guide  4/8/99 p.11
    Challengers' slate wins in South Barrington  4/15/99 p.7
    Elections results  4/15/99 p.5
    Forest Preserve District wins big  4/15/99 p.9
    Harper referendum soundly rejected  4/15/99 p.9
    Richardson, incumbents top Lake Barrington board race 
        4/15/99 p.8
    School District 220 incumbents sweep  4/15/99 p.5
    Starkey slate carries North Barrington  4/15/99 p.7
    Views differ on role of geography in race  4/29/99 p.32
    Cal Skinner is an early election target  8/12/99 p.11
    Area Democrat plans to end Crane's reign  9/9/99 p.10
    GOP officials ask Skinner not to run  10/7/99 p.11
    Democrat will run against Phil Crane  11/18/99 p.24
    Local officials backing Beaubien's re-election  12/2/99 p.13
    Fire protection cited as need for home rule  12/2/99 p.35
    Steve Mountsier seeking re-election  12/9/99 p.11
    Barrington resident challenges Mathias  12/16/99 p.10
    NB Trustee Schnure to challenge Mountsier  12/16/99 p.23
    LZ trustee running for County Board  12/16/99 p.26
 
ELGIN, JOLIET & EASTERN RAILROAD                            
    Lake County Municipal League backs EJ&E plan  7/29/99 p.23
    Marketing study is next step for EJ&E commuter service 
        12/9/99 p.12
 
ESPERIAN, KALLEN                                            
    Smooth opera-tor  9/30/99 p.B4
 
FAIR, EDGAR                                                 
    Barrington Hills police chief resigns  6/3/99 p.5
 
FARM & GARDEN STORE                                         
    Old farm friendliness  8/26/99 p.111
 
FAVIA, FRANK                                                
    Nothing fancy  4/29/99 p.121
 
FEDDERSON, JOSEPH S.                                        
    Iowa boys busted after traffic stop  2/25/99 p.12
 
FIRES                                                       
    Sheriff's arson probe continues  1/14/99 p.6
    South Barrington wants eyesore removed  4/1/99 p.7
    Sunday morning fire damages secluded Barrington Hills house
        4/1/99 p.10
    Vehicles in storage yard burn in Wednesday fire  4/1/99 p.10
    Lightning fires spark call for sprinkler law  4/29/99 p.7
    Firefighters smoke out dance studio problem  6/10/99 p.14
    School fire causes minor damage  7/15/99 p.24
    [Dunkin Donuts] On top of it  7/22/99 p.5
    Police suspect arson in Inverness fire  7/22/99 p.6
    Cigarette in deck floor boards blamed for LBS townhouse
        fire  7/22/99 p.9
    Fire damage estimated at $50,000  8/5/99 p.6
    Insurance company seeks $4 million for fire damages 
        8/12/99 p.9
    Fire hits industrial park  8/12/99 p.10
    Alarm prevents tragedy  8/26/99 p.14
    Stove blamed in fire  11/18/99 p.9
 
FLINT CREEK SAVANNA                                         
    Creating a conservation centerpiece  2/11/99 p.94
 
FLINT CREEK SCHOOL                                          
    Owners, historians debate schoolhouse's significance 
        3/4/99 p.10
 
FOGLIA YMCA                                                 
    Ela Y honors Foglia gift by renaming the facility  12/2/99
        p.30
 
FOGLIA, PAT                                                 
    Ela Y honors Foglia gift by renaming the facility  12/2/99
        p.30
 
FOGLIA, VINCE                                               
    Ela Y honors Foglia gift by renaming the facility  12/2/99
        p.30
 
FOUNDRY (SHOPPING CENTER)                                   
    Proposed bank draws concern  9/30/99 p.10
    Panel endorses proposed bank  10/14/99 p.12
    Board oks bank for The Foundry  11/11/99 p.12
 
FOWLER, BILL                                                
    The Barrington royals  1/21/99 p.76
 
FOWLER, ROSLYN                                              
    The Barrington royals  1/21/99 p.76
 
FOX POINT (LAND SUBDIVISION)                                
    Making spirits bright  12/16/99 p.90
 
FOX RIVER VALLEY HUNT CLUB                                  
    Refurbished course makes a splash  7/1/99 p.7
 
FRANZESE, NICK                                              
    Ex-Bronco Franzese catches on with Flyers  7/15/99 p.115
 
FREEMAN, HEIDI                                              
    Busy Freeman could be on the move again--to State  1/14/99
        p.90
 
FREESE, RANDI                                               
    Fillies' fireballer Freese chills batters  6/24/99 p.111
 
FREMD HIGH SCHOOL                                           
    Students bump Klan from road cleanups  5/13/99 p.12
 
FROMMEYER, DAN                                              
    Barrington trustees seek re-election  1/21/99 p.6
 
FUERST, CARL                                                
    Suburban man updates look, feel of pools  6/17/99 p.11
 
GARLANDS OF BARRINGTON (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)            
    Wally's words [ground-breaking]  7/1/99 p.108
    Eastgate wins, inn loses with Barrington planners  9/16/99
        p.10
    Inn proposal is withdrawn  10/28/99 p.6
 
GARRY, ARMEN                                                
    Garry sets himself apart with 1,118-assist season  6/10/99
        p.128
 
GASINK, GRIFFIN                                             
    Knowing where it's at  2/18/99 p.24
 
GE CAPITAL AUTO FINANCIAL SERVICES                          
    Closing a Capital career  12/2/99 p.135
 
GEORGE, FRANCIS, CARDINAL                                   
    Together again  4/22/99 p.93
 
GERE, GARY                                                  
    Hailing Taxicab  7/15/99 p.B4
 
GK DEVELOPMENT, INC.                                        
    Residents rally behind retail plan  7/29/99 p.8
 
GLEN (LAND SUBDIVISION)                                     
    Setback concerns could be a setback for development 
        2/11/99 p.9
 
GLENNON, WILLIAM                                            
    Glennon honored by village  6/17/99 p.6
 
GLENS OF INVERNESS (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                
    Developer pitching plan for new gated community  11/11/99
        p.8
 
GLUNZ, JOE, JR.                                             
    Glunz family giving developers the raspberry  4/1/99 p.113
 
GODMAN, BILL                                                
    Knowing where it's at  2/18/99 p.24
 
GOEBBERT, JIM                                               
    Goebberts to sell South Barrington land  7/1/99 p.12
 
GOEBBERT'S PUMPKIN & FARM MARKET                            
    Goebberts to sell South Barrington land  7/1/99 p.12
    Goebbert's sale stalls  10/7/99 p.10
 
GOLDENNE, JOHN                                              
    Digital Home; John Goldenne, owner  10/28/99 p.113
 
GOOD SHEPHERD HOSPITAL                                      
    Fire board admits violating open Meetings Act  1/21/99 p.13
    Hospital's water restrictions lifted  1/28/99 p.13
    Dentist disagrees with hospital on water restriction
        explanation  2/4/99 p.10
    State ok's fitness center, construction gets started 
        5/6/99 p.8
    Car show drives fund-raising efforts  8/19/99 p.7
    Merrill Lynch gives $25,000 to hospital  9/9/99 p.97
    Push for local hospital began in Cary  9/23/99 p.93
    Art in the Barn draws big crowd  9/30/99 p.11
 
GOODMAN, KENNETH                                            
    Barrington's piano man, Kenneth Goodman, dies  10/7/99 p.8
    Goodman memorial service set  11/4/99 p.6
 
GOVERNMENT                                                  
    Oaths of office  1/21/99 p.7
    Crane, Porter at odds over action in Kosovo  5/6/99 p.12
    Legislators vote for track despite casino concerns  5/27/99
        p.5
    Tougher smoking laws stall in Springfield  8/5/99 p.12
    How area lawmakers voted  9/23/99 p.20
    How lawmakers voted  9/30/99 p.18
    How area lawmakers voted  10/7/99 p.18
 
GRAFT, MICHAEL J.                                           
    Route 14 rezoning delayed, hearing resumes February 9 
        1/21/99 p.8
    Plan panel pans proposal to rezone Route 14 parcel  2/11/99
        p.10
    Board gives Graft encouragement  6/24/99 p.6
 
GRAFT, PATRICIA                                             
    Village president, two trustees resign  6/17/99 p.5
 
GRAHAM, LAURA                                               
    Born to succeed  4/15/99 p.117
 
GRANG, JOSEPH, REV.                                         
    Visitor tells of hardships in Sudan  7/29/99 p.7
 
GRANTS INDUSTRIES, INC.                                     
    BH business initiates Duo Tool deal  1/21/99 p.88
 
GREAT HAVEN BUILDERS                                        
    Neighbors not happy about plans for a new subdivision 
        12/16/99 p.8
 
GREATER NORTH BARRINGTON AREA ASSOCIATION                   
    Activists learn from ACRE's mall fight  6/3/99 p.7
 
GREEN, CHRISTINE                                            
    Hospitals are named in wrongful death lawsuit  9/9/99 p.22
 
GREUDER, ROBERT                                             
    Harper chief defends referendum  3/11/99 p.27
 
GRIFFIN, DONNA                                              
    New plan panel chair seeks border control  3/11/99 p.12
 
GRIFFIN, MARC                                               
    Griffin is regional medallist  10/7/99 p.121
 
GROVE AVENUE SCHOOL                                         
    Referendum renovations recalculated  1/7/99 p.21
    School fire causes minor damage  7/15/99 p.24
 
GRUBER, CHARLES                                             
    Gruber named interim SB police chief  11/18/99 p.5
 
GUILDED NEST                                                
    Store becomes sign of spring  4/8/99 p.7
 
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY                                        
    Barrington churches form new Habitat partnership  3/11/99
        p.7
 
HAKE, THERESA                                               
    Walter & Theresa Hake  9/23/99 p.100
 
HAKE, WALTER                                                
    Walter & Theresa Hake  9/23/99 p.100
 
HAMILTON PARTNERS                                           
    Plan panel endorses office park proposal  1/14/99 p.8
    Deer Park office plan approved  1/21/99 p.5
    Developers coming to Deer Park  4/1/99 p.6
    Board poised to plot village's future course  6/17/99 p.5
    Deer Park board approves eight-building office park  7/1/99
        p.8
 
HAMMER, BEN                                                 
    Scandinavian Store; Ben Hammer, owner  10/14/99 p.113
 
HAN, CHARLINE                                               
    MSL-champ Han puts team first  10/14/99 p.123
 
HARPER COLLEGE                                              
    Harper president scales back plan for restaurants  1/28/99
        p.26
    Barrington board backs Harper  2/18/99 p.6
    Harper chief defends referendum  3/11/99 p.27
    Harper faculty contract approved  3/11/99 p.6
    Harper board hopefuls divided on referendum  3/25/99 p.32
    College officials say enrollment will go up; some are
        skeptical  4/1/99 p.27
    Harper College is cooking up plans to teach culinary arts 
        4/1/99 p.27
    The $125 million question  4/1/99 p.26
    Harper referendum soundly rejected  4/15/99 p.9
    Harper geese under attack, coyotes are main suspects 
        5/13/99 p.24
    Harper College may rent classrooms  7/1/99 p.6
    Theater funding ok'd but work will start late  7/29/99 p.24
    Harper president in running for post in Orlando, Florida 
        8/26/99 p.22
 
HAUTER, BRAD                                                
    Blades of glory  5/13/99 p.97
 
HAWTHORN WOODS, ILL.                                        
    Villages continue mall chess game  1/7/99 p.7
    Mall brawl could heat up Hawthorn Woods election  1/14/99
        p.9
    Hawthorn Woods residents want referendum on mall  1/28/99
        p.8
    Village to file mall suit; puts question on ballot  1/28/99
        p.8
    Angry crowd attends hearing  2/25/99 p.11
    Mall developers say they won't give up  2/25/99 p.5
    Suit filed to enforce border pact  2/25/99 p.11
    Tale of two trustees  2/25/99 p.10
    Appraiser:  mall would lower property values 20 percent 
        3/4/99 p.8
    Opponents criticize mall maneuvers  3/4/99 p.5
    State's Attorney rules Clery letter not illegal  3/4/99 p.9
    Taubman may help fix Rand/Rt.22 intersection  3/11/99 p.5
    Final words:  People debate mall  3/18/99 p.5
    Villages discuss revenue sharing  3/18/99 p.5
    Deal could block Taubman mall  4/1/99 p.5
    Hawthorn Woods officials mull mall-killing deal  4/1/99 p.5
    Quiet negotiations helped forge proposed boundary agreement
        4/1/99 p.5
    Meeting may spell end for mall proposal  4/8/99 p.5
    Letter urges Hawthorn Woods board to honor committments 
        4/15/99 p.10
    The agreement:  a layman's guide  4/15/99 p.11
    We tanked Taubman  4/15/99 p.11
 
HEALTH WORLD                                                
    Museum has new name, new exhibit  10/21/99 p.7
 
HERE'S HEALTH                                               
    Here's Health  9/23/99 p.107
 
HERMAN, NOUT                                                
    No one hurt in car-train crash  12/23/99 p.14
 
HERRMAN, DAN                                                
    Broncos feeling confident after school-record 147.4 
        4/29/99 p.123
 
HERSHMAN, SARA                                              
    Team player  6/10/99 p.125
    Hershman, Delcore, 200 free relay win at county meet 
        9/30/99 p.114
    All smiles  11/25/99 p.119
 
HICKS, JIM                                                  
    Bullish on physics  5/27/99 p.24
 
HIDDEN LAKES (LAND SUBDIVISION)                             
    New 72-acre subdivision eyed in South Barrington  2/18/99
        p.8
    Proposed subdivision receives endorsement  4/22/99 p.14
 
HILLSIDE FARMS (LAND SUBDIVISION)                           
    Neighbors not happy about plans for a new subdivision 
        12/16/99 p.8
 
HILTON GARDEN INN HOTEL                                     
    Hilton breaks ground for Hoffman Estates hotel  8/19/99
        p.109
 
HOFFMAN ESTATES, ILL.                                       
    University Place gets final approval from Hoffman Estates 
        1/14/99 p.83
    Conference center proposed  7/15/99 p.6
    Hilton breaks ground for Hoffman Estates hotel  8/19/99
        p.109
    Senior living community proposed  9/30/99 p.105
    Center helps abused children  10/21/99 p.10
    Plote proposing mini-village for Hoffman Estate's west side
        12/2/99 p.34
 
HOLDCROFT, GEORGE                                           
    Bassooner than later  4/22/99 p.27
 
HOLLISTER, JIM                                              
    Reel life story  12/30/99 p.30
 
HOLLYWOOD VIDEO                                             
    Hollywood Video now open  10/21/99 p.116
    Hooray for Hollywood (Video)!  11/25/99 p.111
    Store helps build foundation  12/23/99 p.10
 
HOLY FAMILY CATHOLIC CHURCH                                 
    Missionaries  7/15/99 p.89
 
HOME OF THE SPARROW                                         
    Girl Scouts cook up goodwill  5/6/99 p.95
    Stunkel named new Home of the Sparrow director  11/11/99
        p.96
 
HOMELESS PERSONS                                            
    Girl Scouts cook up goodwill  5/6/99 p.95
    Stunkel named new Home of the Sparrow director  11/11/99
        p.96
 
HOMMERSON, PETER                                            
    Cops hope $100,000 reward will spur Hommerson arrest 
        5/27/99 p.10
 
HONEY LAKE                                                  
    Residents worry development will harm Honey Lake  8/5/99 p.8
 
HOPE NOW INC.                                               
    Alliance opens office without day center  12/2/99 p.38
    Suburban native returns to help out the homeless  12/16/99
        p.20
 
HORSES                                                      
    Volunteers saddle up for horse skill trials  6/24/99 p.12
    Refurbished course makes a splash  7/1/99 p.7
 
HOSPICE OF NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS                            
    Making every moment count  4/8/99 p.93
    Organizers suiting up for Hospice Duck Race  7/29/99 p.9
 
HOUGH STREET SCHOOL                                         
    Referendum renovations recalculated  1/7/99 p.21
    Hough School renovation costs may be increased  1/28/99 p.13
    Hough Street School renovation decisions delayed  2/25/99
        p.5
    No quick fix for Hough space squeeze  3/11/99 p.7
    Hough Street heroes  4/8/99 p.27
    Hough Street School headaches continue  4/15/99 p.12
    Barrington boosterism  10/28/99 p.7
    Students pay tribute to veterans  11/18/99 p.7
 
HOUSES                                                      
    Former schoolhouse demolished  2/11/99 p.6
 
HUBBARD, MELISSA K.                                         
    Local ladies beginning their second century  12/30/99 p.7
 
HUGGIN' ON HIGGINS                                          
    South Barrington wants eyesore removed  4/1/99 p.7
    Sheriff's arson probe continues  1/14/99 p.6
 
HULETT, MIKE                                                
    Coach's life is a lesson in overcoming obstacles  2/18/99
        p.89
    He can  4/1/99 p.124
 
HURSTBOURNE (LAND SUBDIVISION)                              
    BH board approves subdivision plat  5/27/99 p.6
 
ICE HOUSE MALL                                              
    New stores open in Ice House Mall  2/25/99 p.110
 
ILLINOIS CUTLERY WORKS                                      
    Fire hits industrial park  8/12/99 p.10
 
ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION                       
    IDOT:  Little chance for NBS traffic light  1/14/99 p.11
    IDOT may help untangle NBS traffic  11/18/99 p.10
 
ILLINOIS FATHERHOOD INITIATIVE                              
    Group to host fatherhood summit  3/18/99 p.6
 
ILLINOIS HUSTLE (BASKETBALL CLUB)                           
    Richards, Hustle net 3rd at Nationals  8/12/99 p.119
 
ILLINOIS MUNICIPAL LEAGUE                                   
    North Barrington wins safety award  12/2/99 p.6
 
ILLINOIS PRESS ASSOCIATION                                  
    Newspapers sue for access to ethics meetings  5/20/99 p.14
 
INMAN, JAMES I.                                             
    Men charged with theft of animal tranquilizers  5/6/99 p.24
 
INNOVATIVE CERAMICS                                         
    Innovative Ceramics; Carl Mankert, Grant Brownewell, and
        Derek Serra, owners  6/17/99 p.117
 
INTERIORS BY BRUCE                                          
    Interiors by Bruce; Chip and Lisa Walterman, owners  7/8/99
        p.101
 
INVERNESS PARK DISTRICT                                     
    Park district's decision to hire director boosts
        participation  3/25/99 p.7
 
INVERNESS, ILL.                                             
    Inverness passes bike helmet law  1/21/99 p.12
    Cook County Forest District moves to condemn property 
        3/4/99 p.10
    Villages gear up to oppose big town house proposal  3/18/99
        p.7
    Park district's decision to hire director boosts
        participation  3/25/99 p.7
    Police suspect arson in Inverness fire  7/22/99 p.6
    Foes of Jung plan wary of end-run  10/14/99 p.7
    Inverness may annex 147-acre Jung parcel  10/21/99 p.5
    Developer pitching plan for new gated community  11/11/99
        p.8
    Residents remain suspicious of plan  11/18/99 p.5
    Jung hearings off to rocky start  12/2/99 p.9
    Fire protection cited as need for home rule  12/2/99 p.35
    Board refuses to act on Inverness request  12/16/99 p.18
    SB board called the wild card in Jung property controversy 
        12/23/99 p.8
 
ISLAND LAKE, ILL.                                           
    Power plant plan draws concern for water supply  1/14/99
        p.10
    Power plant foes lead charge to Springfield  2/11/99 p.14
    Village says no power plant  4/15/99 p.6
 
JACKSON, PAM                                                
    Habitat project's creators honored  2/18/99 p.12
 
JAHNKE, RAY                                                 
    Reel life story  12/30/99 p.30
 
JAMES INVESTMENT COMPANY                                    
    Outcome of Jung controversy may affect future of Klehm site
        12/2/99 p.8
 
JANSSEN, NEAL                                               
    School Board names new Lines principal  6/3/99 p.9
    First in Lines  7/8/99 p.21
 
JARRARD, CLISBY III                                         
    Making a name for himself  7/8/99 p.109
 
JENNINGS, MATT                                              
    Jennings:  a craftsman on the court  4/29/99 p.122
 
JENNINGS, TERRY                                             
    Jennings named Park District director  5/27/99 p.9
 
JENSEN, LAURA                                               
    The Kitchen Guide; Laura Jensen, owner  12/23/99 p.95
 
JEWEL FOOD STORES                                           
    Neighbors ask Park District to take Jewel Tea site  2/11/99
        p.5
    Jewel of a day  9/16/99 p.5
    Parties preparing for open space fight  11/11/99 p.5
    Jewel Tea property proposal withdrawn  11/25/99 p.5
    Jewel Tea turmoil continues to simmer  12/2/99 p.5
    Panel set to look at Jewel Tea plans  12/16/99 p.6
 
JOHNSON, FRANKIE                                            
    Main Street Art Centre; Cathy Barry and Frankie Johnson,
        owners  11/4/99 p.B3
 
JOHNSTON, EMELINE                                           
    Beazley and Johnston lead fillies to second at MSL; Broncos
        fall to eighth  10/21/99 p.124
    State medal just reward for Johnston  11/11/99 p.113
 
JONES INTERCABLE                                            
    Cable franchise hearing set  1/21/99 p.6
    Residents may soon feel cable crunch  4/8/99 p.7
 
JUNG PROPERTY                                               
    Villages gear up to oppose big town house proposal  3/18/99
        p.7
    Jung property proposal unveiled  3/25/99 p.5
    Cook County ZBA vote stuns local residents  6/24/99 p.8
    Powerful political pressure giving developer an edge 
        6/24/99 p.8
    Definition of suburban sprawl is issue in development
        debate  6/24/99 p.9
    County board expected to delay decision on Jung property's
        fate  7/8/99 p.8
    County board delays Jung decision  7/15/99 p.6
    Development vote delayed  8/5/99 p.5
    Officials interpret impact of delaying Jung decision 
        8/12/99 p.13
    Jung property compromise sought  9/2/99 p.5
    Future of Jung property decided today  9/9/99 p.5
    Jung property vote delays on getting old  9/16/99 p.7
    Palatine mayor supports Jung property proposal  9/16/99 p.8
    Jung talks going nowhere  9/30/99 p.10
    Foes of Jung plan wary of end-run  10/14/99 p.7
    Inverness may annex 147-acre Jung parcel  10/21/99 p.5
    Developer pitching plan for new gated community  11/11/99
        p.8
    Residents remain suspicious of plan  11/18/99 p.5
    Outcome of Jung controversy may affect future of Klehm site
        12/2/99 p.8
    Jung hearings off to rocky start  12/2/99 p.9
    Board refuses to act on Inverness request  12/16/99 p.18
    SB board called the wild card in Jung property controversy 
        12/23/99 p.8
 
KAIDER, TOMMY                                               
    Parents of paraplegic man fighting for home addition 
        8/5/99 p.18
    Family drops plan for home addition  8/12/99 p.18
 
KAPLAN, LARRY                                               
    Developer unveils plan for Bell's Orchard site  8/5/99 p.9
 
KEEGAN, KELLY B.                                            
    Local man dies in motorcycle crash  6/10/99 p.13
 
KELLOGG, JOAN                                               
    Star quality  7/1/99 p.107
 
KELSEY, THERESA                                             
    Pinochle power  12/30/99 p.87
 
KEMPER INSURANCE COMPANIES                                  
    Bringing work closer to home  2/18/99 p.101
 
KENNEDY REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT COMPANY                     
    Plan commission debates development's details  4/1/99 p.7
    Two more lots may be too many on Rose property  7/22/99 p.14
    Offices get preliminary ok  8/19/99 p.8
 
KESSELMAN, LYNN                                             
    Helping students to help themselves  10/14/99 p.27
 
KIDERA, ED, JR.                                             
    Sentimental attachment to farm benefits forest preserve 
        10/28/99 p.19
 
KING, PETER                                                 
    Lines' King will leave District 220  4/8/99 p.5
 
KINNEY, ARTHUR D.                                           
    New pool named for Barringtonian  9/9/99 p.26
 
KITCHEN GUIDE                                               
    The Kitchen Guide; Laura Jensen, owner  12/23/99 p.95
 
KLEHM NURSERY                                               
    Developer revising proposal for 615-acre Klehm property 
        1/14/99 p.9
    Board wants Cook County to buy Klehm nursery  5/20/99 p.7
    Developer may have new Klehm proposal  7/1/99 p.9
    Klehms may file disconnection suit  7/29/99 p.5
    Klehm disconnection suit filed  8/12/99 p.5
    Outcome of Jung controversy may affect future of Klehm site
        12/2/99 p.8
    Developer proposes 495 homes, and more on Klehm's 700 acres
        12/16/99 p.9
    Village may buy down Klehm density  12/30/99 p.81
 
KLEIN, VICKI                                                
    Habitat project's creators honored  2/18/99 p.12
 
KLEYN, AARON                                                
    Kleyn flies to silver  3/11/99 p.118
 
KN ENERGY COMPANY                                           
    Power plant plan draws concern for water supply  1/14/99
        p.10
    Power plant foes lead charge to Springfield  2/11/99 p.14
    Village says no power plant  4/15/99 p.6
 
KOHL'S DEPARTMENT STORE                                     
    Traffic signal sought for LZ Kohl's project  9/9/99 p.7
    Village approves Kohl's store plan  9/16/99 p.14
    Clover Hill could be closed at Kohl's  11/25/99 p.6
    Kohl's opening may lead to closing Cloverhill Lane  12/9/99
        p.9
 
KOPRIVA, KAREN                                              
    Thanksgiving blessing  11/25/99 p.10
 
KRAMER, TIM                                                 
    Motivated Kramer is moving on  2/11/99 p.117
 
KRUEGER, PATRICK D.                                         
    Man with shotgun arrested  12/2/99 p.24
 
KU KLUX KLAN                                                
    Klan attempts to adopt road  5/6/99 p.6
    Students bump Klan from road cleanups  5/13/99 p.12
 
KUDLA, JOHN                                                 
    John Kudla picked to fill vacancy on village board  5/6/99
        p.10
 
LAKE BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE PARK DISTRICT                   
    LB Park District eyeing property for play fields  12/9/99
        p.10
 
LAKE BARRINGTON SHORES (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)            
    Cigarette in deck floor boards blamed for LBS townhouse
        fire  7/22/99 p.9
 
LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL.                                       
    Area businessman indicted for fraud  1/21/99 p.12
    LB board approves animal-control law  3/4/99 p.12
    Four candidates square off for three seats  3/25/99 p.11
    Residents may soon feel cable crunch  4/8/99 p.7
    Richardson, incumbents top Lake Barrington board race 
        4/15/99 p.8
    DeSalvo bids adieu to LB board  6/10/99 p.6
    Local brewer gets license for pub  6/10/99 p.6
    Schofield hopes to break the silence  7/8/99 p.6
    Lake Barrington to get state grant  8/5/99 p.6
    Fire hits industrial park  8/12/99 p.10
    Village seeks shorter response times  8/19/99 p.5
    Officials concerned by new school plan  9/16/99 p.6
    Traffic talk troubles academy official  9/23/99 p.13
    LB board considers adopting new tax  10/7/99 p.5
    Lake Barrington lowers speed limits  10/7/99 p.6
    Lake Barrington levy approved  10/21/99 p.6
    Lake Barrington board approves amusement tax  11/4/99 p.6
    LB man receives sentence for child porn possession 
        11/18/99 p.8
    Deal near for funding NBS roadwork  12/9/99 p.6
    Board adopts tax on car leases  12/9/99 p.10
    Permit to expand office repealed  12/9/99 p.10
 
LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL.--HISTORY                              
    Owners, historians debate schoolhouse's significance 
        3/4/99 p.10
 
LAKE COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT                        
    Forest district delays drive for referendum  2/11/99 p.13
    Forest preserve district gets grant  3/4/99 p.7
    Area groups promote referendum  4/1/99 p.9
    Lake County seeks land, preserve upgrades  4/1/99 p.9
    Forest Preserve District wins big  4/15/99 p.9
    Sentimental attachment to farm benefits Forest Preserve 
        10/28/99 p.19
    Forest District wins national gold medal  12/2/99 p.35
 
LAKE COUNTY MUNICIPAL LEAGUE                                
    Lake County Municipal League backs EJ&E plan  7/29/99 p.23
 
LAKE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROJECT              
    No consensus on county road proposals  8/26/99 p.11
    Transportation group maps out traffic woes  9/9/99 p.9
 
LAKE COUNTY, ILL.                                           
    Russians migrate to Lake County  1/14/99 p.73
    County to hear village's reassessment complaint  1/21/99 p.5
    Tower opponents ring up a victory  2/11/99 p.5
    Lake County hires a new planner  6/10/99 p.29
    Panel:  Widen roads to cure traffic woes  7/8/99 p.11
    County adopts ordinance over builders' objections  8/19/99
        p.9
    No consensus on county road proposals  8/26/99 p.11
    Transportation group maps out traffic woes  9/9/99 p.9
    Lake County budget drops slightly  9/30/99 p.105
    Lake County proposes 50 percent increase for building
        permit fee  10/7/99 p.114
 
LAKE FOREST HOSPITAL                                        
    Hospitals are named in wrongful death lawsuit  9/9/99 p.22
 
LAKE IN THE HILLS, ILL.                                     
    Winds push woman's plane off LITH runway  2/18/99 p.5
 
LAKE ZURICH, ILL.                                           
    Neighborhood legend keeps authorities at bay for 14 hours 
        1/21/99 p.11
    Lake Zurich offers tax rebate to keep Scotty's  3/11/99
        p.108
    Taubman may help fix Rand/Rt.22 intersection  3/11/99 p.5
    Lake Zurich keeps Scotty's  3/18/99 p.13
    Project proposed near Routes 22 and 12  4/15/99 p.6
    LZ panel nixes bar's new parking lot plan  4/22/99 p.111
    Smash and grab thefts investigated  6/10/99 p.6
    Ela arts fest conflicts with Rosh Hashanah  9/2/99 p.12
    Traffic signal sought for LZ Kohl's project  9/9/99 p.7
    LZ downtown plan creates controversy  9/9/99 p.95
    Village approves Kohl's store plan  9/16/99 p.14
    Clover Hill could be closed at Kohl's  11/25/99 p.6
    Kohl's opening may lead to closing Cloverhill Lane  12/9/99
        p.9
    Lake Zurich police charge Palatine teen in sex assault 
        12/16/99 p.25
 
LAKOTA GROUP                                                
    Methodist church, Harold Square are top topics of downtown
        talks  2/4/99 p.8
 
LAMBERSON, JONATHAN                                         
    Lamberson getting new contract  2/25/99 p.6
    Lamberson gets new contract  11/4/99 p.10
 
LAND USE                                                    
    Regional land-use plan available for resident review 
        2/25/99 p.7
 
LANGENDORF PARK                                             
    Langendorf Park redesign mulled  3/25/99 p.7
 
LARRAIN, GEORGE                                             
    Starkey challenges incumbent Larrain for village president 
        3/18/99 p.8
 
LAW                                                         
    Inverness passes bike helmet law  1/21/99 p.12
    Trailers, barking dogs prompt debate on nuisance ordinance 
        4/1/99 p.8
    Massage parlors, court cases still open  4/22/99 p.6
    Legislature hung up on cell phone regulations  4/29/99 p.9
    Lightning fires spark call for sprinkler law  4/29/99 p.7
    Village restricts propane tanks  5/20/99 p.6
    Legislators vote for track despite casino concerns  5/27/99
        p.5
    Tougher smoking laws stall in Springfield  8/5/99 p.12
    Barrington ordinances tackle teen tobacco use  8/5/99 p.14
    County adopts ordinance over builders' objections  8/19/99
        p.9
    Massage parlors being rubbed out  8/26/99 p.8
    Tree preservation law adopted  8/26/99 p.8
    Few are complying with village ethics ordinance  8/26/99
        p.12
    TL plan panel holding hearing for new parking ordinance 
        11/25/99 p.22
    Village rubs out massage parlors  12/2/99 p.14
    Beaubien bill would create state driver database  12/2/99
        p.33
    New parking ordinance drawn up  12/23/99 p.9
 
LAYMEN COMMITTED TO MISSIONS INTERNATIONAL                  
    Relief effort mobilized  2/25/99 p.95
 
LEDESMA, HUGO D.                                            
    Cops make arrest in car theft  10/28/99 p.10
 
LEE, DINA                                                   
    Young artists winners performing at concert  2/11/99 p.20
    South Barrington resident to perform with orchestra 
        4/29/99 p.109
 
LEE, JOHN                                                   
    School losing an icon  6/24/99 p.27
 
LEIGH'S SYNDROME (DISEASE)                                  
    Little boy's courageous struggle ends  12/23/99 p.7
 
LEOPARDO CONSTRUCTION COMPANY                               
    Community builder  5/27/99 p.93
 
LEOPARDO, JIM                                               
    Community builder  5/27/99 p.93
 
LESAK, STEVE                                                
    SB village engineer passes away  2/4/99 p.13
 
LESLIE, DENNIS                                              
    Four candidates square off for three seats  3/25/99 p.11
 
LICHTMAN, KAY                                               
    Cops hope $100,000 reward will spur Hommerson arrest 
        5/27/99 p.10
 
LICHTMAN, MARVIN                                            
    Cops hope $100,000 reward will spur Hommerson arrest 
        5/27/99 p.10
 
LINDAHL, JEFF                                               
    Consolidated Music; Jeff Lindahl, owner  4/15/99 p.109
 
LINDLEY, JERRY                                              
    Russian evolution  8/5/99 p.119
 
LIQUOR LAWS                                                 
    Barrington restaurant gets liquor license  5/13/99 p.6
 
LITTWIN, KRISTINE                                           
    Littwin pitches in and then some for Typhoons  7/22/99 p.110
 
LIVING LAND FARM                                            
    Young children harvest lessons down on farm  10/7/99 p.97
 
LOCASCIO, DIANA                                             
    One more hurdle  5/6/99 p.121
 
LOEWS WOODFIELD THEATRE                                     
    New movie theater honors memory of Walter Payton  12/16/99
        p.28
 
LONERGAN, TIMOTHY                                           
    Chief's death stuns community  10/14/99 p.5
    South Barrington says good bye to their chief  10/21/99 p.8
 
LUND, CHRISSY                                               
    Taking her licks  4/1/99 p.121
 
LUNDIN, BILLIE                                              
    Tower Lakes couple dies after car crash  3/18/99 p.10
 
LUNDIN, CLIFFORD W.                                         
    Tower Lakes couple dies after car crash  3/18/99 p.10
 
LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE ATONEMENT                            
    Police seeking suspect, clues in sexual assault  2/18/99 p.8
    Church beefing up security after attack  2/25/99 p.13
    Lutheran church gets new pastor  4/1/99 p.99
    Church sponsors healing journey  12/2/99 p.107
 
MACARTHUR, ALEXANDER                                        
    MacArthur farm to be auctioned  10/28/99 p.8
    MacArthur property to be sold  12/9/99 p.5
    Alex MacArthur property set to be auctioned today  12/16/99
        p.8
 
MADDRELL, JEFF                                              
    I in team  6/3/99 p.109
 
MAGIERA, STACEY                                             
    Solid as a rock  2/25/99 p.117
 
MAIN STREET ART CENTRE                                      
    Main Street Art Centre; Cathy Barry and Frankie Johnson,
        owners  11/4/99 p.B3
 
MANKERT, CARL                                               
    Innovative Ceramics; Carl Mankert, Grant Brownewell, and
        Derek Serra, owners  6/17/99 p.117
 
MANN, BROOKS T.                                             
    Area teen never recovered from after-school accident 
        7/29/99 p.12
 
MARO, ROBERT A.                                             
    Hoffman Estates man charged with robbing bank in Geneva 
        9/2/99 p.10
 
MARQUETTE, JEFF                                             
    Marquette won't face prosecution  5/13/99 p.12
 
MARTIN, ASHLEY                                              
    Martin helps Fillies get back on track  1/28/99 p.107
 
MARTINS, KARLYN                                             
    Like kissing your sister  10/28/99 p.122
 
MASON, BRUCE                                                
    Dragging the line  8/26/99 p.94
    Mason's winning streak continues  9/2/99 p.6
    Despite mishap, Mason cruises to racing title  9/23/99 p.7
 
MAXWELL, CHRISTINE                                          
    Someone special  7/29/99 p.93
 
MAYLAND, NATHAN                                             
    Getting labeled  10/21/99 p.97
 
MC BREARTY, PAT                                             
    Spin control  7/29/99 p.119
 
MC CULLY, H.H.                                              
    Man killed in crash on Barrington Road  10/28/99 p.10
 
MC DERMOTT, JAMES                                           
    Area man dies after car crash  7/15/99 p.27
 
MC GEE, GLENN W.                                            
    McGee outlines agenda of state education board  1/28/99 p.30
 
MC HENRY COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY                          
    Past sense  6/10/99 p.97
 
MC HENRY COUNTY, ILL.                                       
    BH board opposing horse slaughterhouse  3/25/99 p.5
    County moves closer to vote on slaughterhouse  3/25/99 p.5
    Slaughterhouse petition rejected  4/29/99 p.6
 
MC NETT, DANIEL                                             
    Bond revoked for repeat DUI suspect  5/6/99 p.23
    Hawthorn Woods man gets prison term after fourth DUI
        conviction  8/12/99 p.23
 
MEDIEVAL TIMES DINNER & TOURNAMENT (RESTAURANT)             
    Barrington men are knights to remember  1/21/99 p.77
    The Barrington royals  1/21/99 p.76
 
MENDOZA, CRECENCIO                                          
    Weekend car crashes leave two men dead  9/16/99 p.5
 
MERCHANT, JEFFREY                                           
    BHS grad aids earthquake victims  10/7/99 p.9
 
MERCOLA, JOSEPH                                             
    Neighbors bugged by man's millennium disaster preparations 
        4/22/99 p.5
 
MESIROW STEIN REAL ESTATE, INC.                             
    Developer may have new Klehm proposal  7/1/99 p.9
    Klehms may file disconnection suit  7/29/99 p.5
    Klehm disconnection suit filed  8/12/99 p.5
    Outcome of Jung controversy may affect future of Klehm site
        12/2/99 p.8
    Developer proposes 495 homes, and more on Klehm's 700 acres
        12/16/99 p.9
 
MEYER, TIM                                                  
    Meyer appeals football suspension  9/9/99 p.5
    Disqualified Meyer departs, dons new football uniform 
        9/16/99 p.8
 
MICHAEL J. GRAFT BUILDER-REALTOR                            
    Board gives Graft encouragement  6/24/99 p.6
    Size of proposed office building reduced  7/29/99 p.6
 
MICHELOTTI, CARLO                                           
    Development issues emerge after family's patriarch dies 
        4/8/99 p.8
 
MIDLANDS (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                          
    SB plan commission endorses AMC plan  11/25/99 p.5
 
MIDWEST BRAIN INJURY CLUBHOUSE                              
    Panel to pore over study of village's water supply  9/2/99
        p.9
 
MILKE, ANN                                                  
    Victim asks thieves to return stolen wedding albums 
        12/30/99 p.81
 
MILLER, BRIAN                                               
    Miller's time  3/4/99 p.115
 
MOLZAHN, JACKIE                                             
    Healthy Molzahn is giving fillies shot in the arm again 
        10/7/99 p.124
 
MONINOAD, GEORGE A.                                         
    Neighborhood legend keeps authorities at bay for 14 hours 
        1/21/99 p.11
 
MONITOR-LOUNSBURY LODGE NO. 522                             
    Lodge raising funds for thermal cameras  10/14/99 p.7
 
MORGAN, KARL                                                
    I in team  6/3/99 p.109
 
MOSER, TODD                                                 
    Making a point  1/21/99 p.93
 
MOTOROLA, INC.                                              
    Artifacts of obsolescence  11/4/99 p.97
 
MOUNTSIER, STEVE                                            
    Steve Mountsier seeking re-election  12/9/99 p.11
 
MULLINS, RITA                                               
    Palatine mayor supports Jung property proposal  9/16/99 p.8
 
MURDOCK, BEVIN                                              
    Fillies' Murdock:  a natural  10/7/99 p.122
 
MURPHY, MICHAEL                                             
    Barrington Hills police promote two to sergeant  7/15/99 p.6
 
MUSSCHOOT, KATHY                                            
    Fillies' Musschoot playing and not worrying  4/29/99 p.122
    Musschoot kicks Fillies into sectional  5/27/99 p.117
 
MYERS, RUSS                                                 
    Blessed Christmas gifts  12/16/99 p.7
 
MYERS, SUZANNE                                              
    Blessed Christmas gifts  12/16/99 p.7
 
NABORS, BETH                                                
    Suburban native returns to help out the homeless  12/16/99
        p.20
 
NATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR THE MENTALLY ILL                      
    Alliance opens office without day center  12/2/99 p.38
 
NESTEBY, CRAIG                                              
    Iowa boys busted after traffic stop  2/25/99 p.12
 
NETZLEY, HEIDI J.                                           
    Actress takes off during pilot season  5/6/99 p.7
 
NEWCOMB, PHIL                                               
    Barrington men are knights to remember  1/21/99 p.77
 
NIEMINSKI, STAN                                             
    Village president, two trustees resign  6/17/99 p.5
 
NORCOMM PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS, INC.                  
    Dispatch contract may be inked soon  10/21/99 p.9
    Village inks dispatch contract  11/11/99 p.6
 
NORGE SKI CLUB                                              
    Burning down the house  6/24/99 p.89
    Town ready to host 94th ski jumping tournament  9/16/99 p.11
 
NORTH BARRINGTON SCHOOL                                     
    NBS may get traffic light  1/7/99 p.6
    IDOT:  Little chance for NBS traffic light  1/14/99 p.11
    Cost of fixing NBS traffic now priced at $1.4 million 
        7/1/99 p.9
    Villages seek state funds to cure NBS traffic woes  7/8/99
        p.8
    Unflappable Rink retiring from NBS  10/21/99 p.14
    Local officials worried about NBS traffic woes  10/21/99
        p.14
    IDOT may help untangle NBS traffic  11/18/99 p.10
    Route 59-Miller turning restrictions set  11/25/99 p.6
    Deal near for funding NBS roadwork  12/9/99 p.6
    Village board oks school fence  12/23/99 p.6
 
NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    Villages continue mall chess game  1/7/99 p.7
    Mall brawl could heat up Hawthorn Woods election  1/14/99
        p.9
    County to hear village's reassessment complaint  1/21/99 p.5
    Village to file mall suit; puts question on ballot  1/28/99
        p.8
    Tower opponents ring up a victory  2/11/99 p.5
    Mall developers say they won't give up  2/25/99 p.5
    Suit filed to enforce border pact  2/25/99 p.11
    Tale of two trustees  2/25/99 p.10
    Village appeals cell tower tax decision  2/25/99 p.14
    Appraiser:  mall would lower property values 20 percent 
        3/4/99 p.8
    Opponents criticize mall maneuvers  3/4/99 p.5
    State's Attorney rules Clery letter not illegal  3/4/99 p.9
    Candidates debate density, border control  3/11/99 p.9
    Village files property assessment appeal  3/11/99 p.13
    Candidates:  Mall isn't the only issue  3/18/99 p.9
    Final words:  People debate mall  3/18/99 p.5
    Starkey challenges incumbent Larrain for village president 
        3/18/99 p.8
    Villages discuss revenue sharing  3/18/99 p.5
    Deal could block Taubman mall  4/1/99 p.5
    Hawthorn Woods officials mull mall-killing deal  4/1/99 p.5
    Quiet negotiations helped forge proposed boundary agreement
        4/1/99 p.5
    Meeting may spell end for mall proposal  4/8/99 p.5
    North Barrington may televise meetings  4/8/99 p.7
    Letter urges Hawthorn Woods board to honor committments 
        4/15/99 p.10
    Man dies in North Barrington accident  4/15/99 p.6
    Starkey slate carries North Barrington  4/15/99 p.7
    The agreement:  a layman's guide  4/15/99 p.11
    We tanked Taubman  4/15/99 p.11
    Starkey era begins in North Barrington  5/6/99 p.10
    Cell tower lawsuit going forward  5/27/99 p.6
    Activists learn from ACRE's mall fight  6/3/99 p.7
    Judge denies company's motion to dismiss lawsuit  6/3/99 p.9
    Starkey names plan commission chair  7/29/99 p.6
    Assessor asks board to drop appeal  7/29/99 p.10
    Residents worry development will harm Honey Lake  8/5/99 p.8
    Developer unveils plan for Bell's Orchard site  8/5/99 p.9
    State funds to be used in flood-control project  8/5/99 p.29
    Starkey working to improve communication  8/5/99 p.30
    On-the-job training  8/5/99 p.97
    [Year end financial statement]  8/12/99 p.106
    Officials concerned by new school plan  9/16/99 p.6
    Traffic talk troubles academy official  9/23/99 p.13
    North Barrington marks 40th year  9/30/99 p.6
    Annexation plan falls through  10/7/99 p.5
    North Barrington seeking new village clerk  10/7/99 p.6
    North Barrington launches website  10/14/99 p.6
    Village Hall vandalized  10/14/99 p.13
    Biltmore Drive to be closed  10/28/99 p.6
    North Barrington joins school suit  11/4/99 p.12
    IDOT may help untangle NBS traffic  11/18/99 p.10
    Eye of the storm  11/18/99 p.27
    Route 59-Miller turning restrictions set  11/25/99 p.6
    North Barrington delays decision on annexation  11/25/99 p.8
    Septic system seminar educates North Barrington area
        residents  11/25/99 p.9
    North Barrington wins safety award  12/2/99 p.6
    Panel to review sign ordinance  12/9/99 p.6
    Village board oks school fence  12/23/99 p.6
    School annexation plans put on hold  12/30/99 p.81
 
NORTHERN ILLINOIS SPECIAL RECREATION ASSOCIATION            
    Barrington remains with special recreation group  2/4/99 p.8
 
NORTHERN TRUST BANK                                         
    Proposed bank draws concern  9/30/99 p.10
    Panel endorses proposed bank  10/14/99 p.12
    Board oks bank for The Foundry  11/11/99 p.12
 
NORTHWAY, BARBARA                                           
    Police lawsuit settlement near  10/28/99 p.9
    Barrington settles lawsuit  11/25/99 p.11
 
NORTHWEST COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE                              
    Proposal for Jewel Tea property presented  1/28/99 p.5
    Neighbors ask Park District to take Jewel Tea site  2/11/99
        p.5
    Plan panel rejects open space zoning for Park Foods
        property  5/6/99 p.8
    Healthcare facility hearings scheduled  5/13/99 p.6
    Wellness campus hearings postponed until September  6/10/99
        p.10
    State reviews complaint over wellness center  8/5/99 p.28
    Eastgate wins, inn loses with Barrington planners  9/16/99
        p.10
    Planners brace for meetings marathon  10/14/99 p.6
    Parties preparing for open space fight  11/11/99 p.5
    Park board defers land acquisition vote  11/18/99 p.6
    Jewel Tea property proposal withdrawn  11/25/99 p.5
    Jewel Tea turmoil continues to simmer  12/2/99 p.5
    Panel set to look at Jewel Tea plans  12/16/99 p.6
 
NORTHWEST COMMUNITY HOSPITAL                                
    Hospitals are named in wrongful death lawsuit  9/9/99 p.22
 
NORTHWEST CORRIDOR TRANSIT FEASIBILITY STUDY                
    Group seeks road to less traffic  3/11/99 p.107
    Special lanes might encourage car pools  3/11/99 p.107
    Riding the rails  3/25/99 p.115
    Study's scope reaches beyond Blue Line  3/25/99 p.115
 
NORTHWEST SUBURBAN CHRISTIAN ACADEMY                        
    Officials concerned by new school plan  9/16/99 p.6
    Traffic talk troubles academy official  9/23/99 p.13
    Annexation plan falls through  10/7/99 p.5
    Township lawsuit seeks injunction against academy  10/14/99
        p.5
    North Barrington joins school suit  11/4/99 p.12
    Eye of the storm  11/18/99 p.27
    North Barrington delays decision on annexation  11/25/99 p.8
    School annexation plans put on hold  12/30/99 p.81
 
NORTHWEST SUBURBAN CONFERENCE                               
    A [swim] league of their own  7/15/99 p.8
 
NORTHWEST SUBURBAN PUBLIC ACTION TO DELIVER SHELTER         
    Alliance opens office without day center  12/2/99 p.38
 
OFFUTT, MIKE                                                
    Performance chemistry  2/25/99 p.25
 
OLD BARRINGTON CENTER (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)             
    Old Barrington Center plan could make history  2/11/99 p.8
 
OLIVER, SAM                                                 
    Volunteer extraordinaire featured as "Point of Light" 
        10/7/99 p.9
 
OLSON, ALICIA                                               
    Barrington Hills lightning lawsuit sparking call for
        stricter fire precautions  5/20/99 p.9
    Lightning lawsuit shorts out in court  9/9/99 p.8
 
OLSON, ROBERT                                               
    Barrington Hills lightning lawsuit sparking call for
        stricter fire precautions  5/20/99 p.9
    Lightning lawsuit shorts out in court  9/9/99 p.8
 
OLVERA, JOSE E.                                             
    Cops make two arrests for indecent exposure  7/8/99 p.14
 
ORCHARDS LIMITED PARTNERSHIP                                
    Developer unveils plans for Bell's Orchard land  7/8/99 p.14
    Developer unveils plan for Bell's Orchard site  8/5/99 p.9
 
OTIS, WILLIAM H.                                            
    Homes houses village's past  9/30/99 p.89
 
OVERTON, JEFF                                               
    Starkey names plan commission chair  7/29/99 p.6
 
PALATINE HIGH SCHOOL                                        
    Students bump Klan from road cleanups  5/13/99 p.12
 
PALATINE, ILL.                                              
    Senior housing complex considered  1/14/99 p.6
    Klan attempts to adopt road  5/6/99 p.6
    Parents of paraplegic man fighting for home addition 
        8/5/99 p.18
    Palatine will provide water to Deer Park development 
        8/12/99 p.13
    Family drops plan for home addition  8/12/99 p.18
    An ageless game  8/12/99 p.94
 
PALUMBO BROTHERS, INC.                                      
    Road contractors convicted  1/21/99 p.88
    Palumbo, two sons receive sentences  6/24/99 p.25
    Palumbo, two sons receive sentences  6/24/99 p.25
    Palumbo, two sons receive sentences  6/24/99 p.25
 
PARADISE SPA                                                
    Massage parlors, court cases still open  4/22/99 p.6
    Village rubs out massage parlors  12/2/99 p.14
    Massage parlors being rubbed out  8/26/99 p.8
 
PARIS, ALEXANDRIA                                           
    Conquering cancer  1/14/99 p.7
 
PARRY, THOMAS R.                                            
    Three teens arrested for more than $10,000 damage at BHS 
        9/9/99 p.10
 
PATEK, TERESA                                               
    Barrington Bath Shoppe, Ltd.; Tom and Teresa Patek, owners 
        5/27/99 p.107
 
PATEK, TOM                                                  
    Barrington Bath Shoppe, Ltd.; Tom and Teresa Patek, owners 
        5/27/99 p.107
 
PAWLOWSKI, SCOTT                                            
    Little boy's courageous struggle ends  12/23/99 p.7
 
PAYNE, SCOTT                                                
    Tale of two trustees  2/25/99 p.10
 
PAYTON, WALTER                                              
    Sports legend, quiet neighbor  11/4/99 p.5
    Payton becomes focus of cancer fund-raiser  11/4/99 p.5
    Nightclub employees have fond memories of Payton  11/4/99
        p.8
    Viator remembers "Sweetness"  11/4/99 p.125
    Payton family, friends say goodbye  11/11/99 p.7
    Bank CEO remembers Payton's business side  11/11/99 p.106
    New movie theater honors memory of Walter Payton  12/16/99
        p.28
 
PEG & DOWEL                                                 
    Peg & Dowel; Don Wolfson, owner  4/15/99 p.B13
 
PELTIER, CAROL                                              
    Making every moment count  4/8/99 p.93
 
PETERSON, JAMES                                             
    Peterson elected BADC president  5/20/99 p.6
 
PHILLIPS, KEVIN                                             
    Area businessman indicted for fraud  1/21/99 p.12
    Phillips pleads guilty to tax fraud  10/14/99 p.6
 
PIERCE, DAVID                                               
    Pierce named village's first administrator  7/29/99 p.11
 
PIONEER PRESS                                               
    Pioneer Press buys Doings newspapers  3/11/99 p.5
    Newspapers sue for access to ethics meetings  5/20/99 p.14
 
PIWOWARCZYK, SCOTT                                          
    Park District's decision to hire director boosts
        participation  3/25/99 p.7
 
PLOTE DEVELOPMENT COMPANY                                   
    Plote proposing mini-village for Hoffman Estate's west side
        12/2/99 p.34
 
POAG & MCEWEN COMPANY                                       
    Developers coming to Deer Park  4/1/99 p.6
    Developer unveils final plan for triangle property proposal
        5/6/99 p.9
    Deer Park board mulls grave decision  5/13/99 p.5
    Deer Park plan panel endorses Rand Road commercial center 
        6/10/99 p.10
    Board poised to plot village's future course  6/17/99 p.5
    Development to be built, gravesites will be moved  6/24/99
        p.5
    Palatine will provide water to Deer Park development 
        8/12/99 p.13
    Deer Park developers release list of tenants  8/26/99 p.5
 
POHLMAN, DAN                                                
    Going forward  9/9/99 p.103
 
POLICE                                                      
    Barrington cigarette sellers stung by police  1/7/99 p.5
    Merchants react to police sting operation  1/14/99 p.5
    Hamelberg defends police tobacco sting operations  1/28/99
        p.12
    Sting cases continue  3/11/99 p.14
    Arrests show stores, cops are cooperating  3/25/99 p.23
    Roadside check yields 71 tickets  3/25/99 p.6
    Barrington Hills police chief resigns  6/3/99 p.5
    Cops register big increase in DUI arrests  6/10/99 p.11
    Police pay hikes debated by board  6/10/99 p.12
    Glennon honored by village  6/17/99 p.6
    Police standoff ends peacefully  6/17/99 p.9
    New pay schedule proposed for South Barrington's police 
        6/17/99 p.22
    Barrington Hills police promote two to sergeant  7/15/99 p.6
    Interim BH police chief named  7/29/99 p.9
    Deegan expected to lose his title of deputy chief  8/12/99
        p.25
    Correction to [Draper] story of 8/19/99  8/26/99 p.6
    Barrington Hills police, post office team up  9/9/99 p.6
    Dispatch contract may be inked soon  10/21/99 p.9
    Police lawsuit settlement near  10/28/99 p.9
    Safety check yields 137 tickets  11/11/99 p.10
    Gruber named interim SB police chief  11/18/99 p.5
    Police to target deadbeat drivers  11/25/99 p.6
    Barrington settles lawsuit  11/25/99 p.11
    Local officer injured while aiding city cop  12/9/99 p.12
    Opening of new police station scheduled  12/16/99 p.6
 
PONZO, MARK                                                 
    Parents protesting teacher's transfer  8/5/99 p.32
 
POPLAR CREEK FOREST PRESERVE                                
    Poplar Creek path proposal unveiled  4/1/99 p.14
 
PORNOGRAPHY                                                 
    Porn protesters picket Ela Area Library  11/11/99 p.11
 
PORTER, JOHN                                                
    Crane, Porter at odds over action in Kosovo  5/6/99 p.12
 
PORTRAITS BY THOMAS                                         
    Portraits by Thomas; Thomas Balsamo, owner  1/28/99 p.97
 
POWERS, WILLIAM                                             
    Evil Powers unleashed again  4/29/99 p.B3
 
PRENTICE SMITH BARN                                         
    Past sense  6/10/99 p.97
 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF BARRINGTON                           
    Teens on a mission  7/8/99 p.87
 
PRESSL, LANCE                                               
    Area Democrat plans to end Crane's reign  9/9/99 p.10
    Democrat will run against Phil Crane  11/18/99 p.24
 
PRETTYMAN, JAMES R.                                         
    Final ride  9/2/99 p.14
 
PROEBSTING, MIKE                                            
    Magic moment captured in time  2/4/99 p.93
 
PRUDIK, KAREN                                               
    New Roslyn Road principal named  5/27/99 p.6
 
QUEST ACADEMY                                               
    What's in a name?  3/4/99 p.93
    Supporters hail Quest Academy addition  9/9/99 p.11
 
QUIGLEY, ANDREW                                             
    SWALCO director talks trash, recycling with local League 
        4/22/99 p.8
 
QUINN, TRACY                                                
    Local sisters have the same "birth day"  4/1/99 p.11
 
RAHDEN, BARBARA                                             
    Barbara Rahden will remain village clerk--at least for now 
        5/20/99 p.8
 
REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT                                     
    Villages continue mall chess game  1/7/99 p.7
    Developer revising proposal for 615-acre Klehm property 
        1/14/99 p.9
    Plan panel endorses office park proposal  1/14/99 p.8
    Senior housing complex considered  1/14/99 p.6
    University Place gets final approval from Hoffman Estates 
        1/14/99 p.83
    Deer Park office park plan approved  1/21/99 p.5
    Developer seeks sewer hookup for proposed 31-acre office
        park  1/21/99 p.8
    Route 14 rezoning delayed, hearing resumes February 9 
        1/21/99 p.8
    Stonegate revises five-building plan  1/21/99 p.12
    Proposal for Jewel Tea property presented  1/28/99 p.5
    Hawthorn Woods residents want referendum on mall  1/28/99
        p.8
    Methodist church, Harold Square are top topics of downtown
        talks  2/4/99 p.8
    Plan panel pans proposal to rezone Route 14 parcel  2/11/99
        p.10
    Setback concerns could be a setback for development 
        2/11/99 p.9
    New 72-acre subdivision eyed in South Barrington  2/18/99
        p.8
    Stonegate developers to try again  2/18/99 p.8
    Angry crowd attends hearing  2/25/99 p.11
    Mall developers say they won't give up  2/25/99 p.5
    Suit filed to enforce border pact  2/25/99 p.11
    Tale of two trustees  2/25/99 p.10
    Appraiser:  mall would lower property values 20 percent 
        3/4/99 p.8
    Opponents criticize mall maneuvers  3/4/99 p.5
    State's Attorney rules Clery letter not illegal  3/4/99 p.9
    Villages gear up to oppose big town house proposal  3/18/99
        p.7
    Jung property proposal unveiled  3/25/99 p.5
    Deal could block Taubman mall  4/1/99 p.5
    Developers coming to Deer Park  4/1/99 p.6
    Hawthorn Woods officials mull mall-killing deal  4/1/99 p.5
    Quiet negotiations helped forge proposed boundary agreement
        4/1/99 p.5
    Development issues emerge after family's patriarch dies 
        4/8/99 p.8
    Meeting may spell end for mall proposal  4/8/99 p.5
    Letter urges Hawthorn Woods board to honor committments 
        4/15/99 p.10
    Project proposed near Routes 22 and 12  4/15/99 p.6
    The agreement:  a layman's guide  4/15/99 p.11
    We tanked Taubman  4/15/99 p.11
    Villages list objections to proposed development  4/29/99
        p.7
    Developer unveils final plans for triangle property
        proposal  5/6/99 p.9
    State ok's fitness center, construction gets started 
        5/6/99 p.8
    Attorney implies opposition could be racially motivated 
        5/13/99 p.9
    Deer Park board mulls grave decision  5/13/99 p.5
    Healthcare facility hearings scheduled  5/13/99 p.6
    Lack of development details disappoints  5/20/99 p.7
    Deer Park plan panel endorses Rand Road commercial center 
        6/10/99 p.10
    Wellness campus hearings postponed until September  6/10/99
        p.10
    Board poised to plot village's future course  6/17/99 p.5
    Country inn contemplated on part of Pepper property 
        6/17/99 p.18
    Deer Park will buy Vehe farm  6/24/99 p.5
    Development to be built, gravesites will be moved  6/24/99
        p.5
    Board gives Graft encouragement  6/24/99 p.6
    Cook County ZBA vote stuns local residents  6/24/99 p.8
    Powerful political pressure giving developer an edge 
        6/24/99 p.8
    Definition of suburban sprawl is issue in development
        debate  6/24/99 p.9
    Deer Park board approves eight-building office park  7/1/99
        p.8
    Developer may have new Klehm proposal  7/1/99 p.9
    County board expected to delay decision on Jung property's
        fate  7/8/99 p.8
    Developer unveils plans for Bell's Orchard land  7/8/99 p.14
    County board delays Jung decision  7/15/99 p.6
    Conference center proposed  7/15/99 p.6
    Inn may be on the outs with plan commission  7/15/99 p.12
    Plans announced for more homes  7/15/99 p.106
    Residents debating merits of downtown development  7/22/99
        p.5
    Two more lots may be too many on Rose property  7/22/99 p.14
    Klehms may file disconnection suit  7/29/99 p.5
    Size of proposed office building reduced  7/29/99 p.6
    Residents rally behind retail plan  7/29/99 p.8
    Development vote delayed  8/5/99 p.5
    Residents worry development will harm Honey Lake  8/5/99 p.8
    Palatine will provide water to Deer Park development 
        8/12/99 p.13
    Offices get preliminary ok  8/19/99 p.8
    Lot development faces uphill battle  8/19/99 p.8
    County adopts ordinance over builders' objections  8/19/99
        p.9
    SB board embraces AMC plan  8/19/99 p.11
    Hilton breaks ground for Hoffman Estates hotel  8/19/99
        p.109
    Deer Park developers release list of tenants  8/26/99 p.5
    Jung property compromise sought  9/2/99 p.5
    Future of Jung property decided today  9/9/99 p.5
    LZ downtown plan creates controversy  9/9/99 p.95
    Jung property vote delays on getting old  9/16/99 p.7
    Palatine mayor supports Jung property proposal  9/16/99 p.8
    Eastgate wins, inn loses with Barrington planners  9/16/99
        p.10
    Village approves Kohl's store plan  9/16/99 p.14
    Plan panel pleases the perplexed  9/23/99 p.6
    Jung talks going nowhere  9/30/99 p.10
    Proposed bank draws concern  9/30/99 p.10
    Senior living community proposed  9/30/99 p.105
    Foes of Jung plan wary of end-run  10/14/99 p.7
    Inverness may annex 147-acre Jung parcel  10/21/99 p.5
    Developer pitching plan for new gated community  11/11/99
        p.8
    Residents remain suspicious of plan  11/18/99 p.5
    Jewel Tea property proposal withdrawn  11/25/99 p.5
    SB plan commission endorses AMC plan  11/25/99 p.5
    Clover Hill could be closed at Kohl's  11/25/99 p.6
    Jewel Tea turmoil continues to simmer  12/2/99 p.5
    Outcome of Jung controversy may affect future of Klehm site
        12/2/99 p.8
    Jung hearings off to rocky start  12/2/99 p.9
    Plote proposing mini-village for Hoffman Estate's west side
        12/2/99 p.34
    MacArthur property to be sold  12/9/99 p.5
    Kohl's opening may lead to closing Cloverhill Lane  12/9/99
        p.9
    Panel set to look at Jewel Tea plans  12/16/99 p.6
    Alex MacArthur property set to be auctioned today  12/16/99
        p.8
    Neighbors not happy about plans for a new subdivision 
        12/16/99 p.8
    Developer proposes 495 homes, and more on Klehm's 700 acres
        12/16/99 p.9
    Board refuses to act on Inverness request  12/16/99 p.18
    SB board called the wild card in Jung property controversy 
        12/23/99 p.8
    Fertile land for growth  12/30/99 p.5
    Village may buy down Klehm density  12/30/99 p.81
    School annexation plans put on hold  12/30/99 p.81
    Mall brawl could heat up Hawthorn Woods election  1/14/99
        p.9
 
RELAY FOR LIFE                                              
    Relay for life campaign gets rolling  3/18/99 p.7
    Northwest residents team up for relay  4/29/99 p.12
    Community ready to surpass 1998's record-breaking relay 
        6/3/99 p.8
    Community rallies behind Relay  6/10/99 p.5
 
RELIGION                                                    
    Seeking faith  12/30/99 p.97
 
RHABDOMYOSARCOMA (DISEASE)                                  
    Conquering cancer  1/14/99 p.7
 
RICHARDSON, KEVIN                                           
    Four candidates square off for three seats  3/25/99 p.11
    Richardson, incumbents top Lake Barrington board race 
        4/15/99 p.8
 
RICHTER, DAVID                                              
    Hitting pay dirt  8/12/99 p.111
 
RIEFENBERG, MARK                                            
    Barrington resident challenges Mathias  12/16/99 p.10
 
RIGALI, MIKE                                                
    Remodeling project hits dead end with neighbors  10/21/99
        p.8
 
RINK, ARDENE                                                
    Unflappable Rink retiring from NBS  10/21/99 p.14
 
RINKER, BEN                                                 
    Hull rallied Americans against British  3/25/99 p.34
    Stories of naval war heroes are subject of award-winning
        essays  3/25/99 p.34
 
RITTER, AARON                                               
    Ritter puts exclamation point on his return to QB position 
        10/21/99 p.123
 
ROADS                                                       
    Road contractors convicted  1/21/99 p.88
    Local crews plug on  1/28/99 p.10
    Roads go to pot  1/28/99 p.10
    State, county list hot spots for potholes  1/28/99 p.11
    Pipe down  4/8/99 p.5
    Baldwin, Route 14 project delay seen  4/15/99 p.6
    Gas leak shuts down Route 22  5/6/99 p.6
    Klan attempts to adopt road  5/6/99 p.6
    Panel:  Widen roads to cure traffic woes  7/8/99 p.11
    Residents seek to muffle traffic noise  7/22/99 p.7
    Downtown plan bypasses connector road  8/12/99 p.5
    Downtown master plan concept approved by Barrington board 
        8/26/99 p.9
    Barrington Hills officials blast Rt. 59 bypass plans 
        8/26/99 p.10
    No consensus on county road proposals  8/26/99 p.11
    Board approves contract for Route 59 bypass study  11/11/99
        p.9
    Clover Hill could be closed at Kohl's  11/25/99 p.6
    Route 59-Miller turning restrictions set  11/25/99 p.6
    Deal near for funding NBS roadwork  12/9/99 p.6
 
ROBB, KATY                                                  
    Robb:  a smashing hit in badminton, too  4/22/99 p.118
 
ROCK 'N' ROLL BAR & GRILL (RESTAURANT)                      
    LZ panel nixes bar's new parking lot plan  4/22/99 p.111
 
ROESER, JACK                                                
    Learning experience  9/2/99 p.7
 
ROMAS, GUS                                                  
    Landmark Barrington restaurant sold  12/2/99 p.7
    Correction to story of 12/2/99  12/9/99 p.6
 
ROMAS, SAM                                                  
    Landmark Barrington restaurant sold  12/2/99 p.7
    Correction to story of 12/2/99  12/9/99 p.6
 
ROOSEVELT UNIVERSITY                                        
    Local college needs students  6/10/99 p.31
 
ROSE, R. TOWNLEY, JR.                                       
    Rose resigns from Barrington Hills board  7/1/99 p.13
 
ROSE, WILLIAM R.                                            
    Two more lots may be too many on Rose property  7/22/99 p.14
 
ROSELLI, JOHN                                               
    Four candidates square off for three seats  3/25/99 p.11
 
ROSENGREN, JOHN                                             
    Local man charged with murder in fatal car crash  3/4/99
        p.12
 
ROSLYN ROAD SCHOOL                                          
    Referendum renovations recalculated  1/7/99 p.21
    Roslyn PTO volunteers create pick-up/drop off safety plans 
        2/25/99 p.9
    School spirit isn't dampened by flood  4/29/99 p.5
    Cole retiring from Roslyn  5/20/99 p.25
    New Roslyn Road principal named  5/27/99 p.6
    School, parents air differences  9/23/99 p.8
    Engineer:  Village, School District 220 should pool
        resources to stop floods  12/9/99 p.8
 
ROSMAN, WENDY                                               
    Local sisters have the same "birth day"  4/1/99 p.11
 
ROVANG, PHILIP J.                                           
    Lake County hires a new planner  6/10/99 p.29
 
RUSSO, DAVID A.                                             
    Plan commission chairman named to BH village board  7/8/99
        p.9
 
RYLAND HOMES                                                
    Senior living community proposed  9/30/99 p.105
 
SALEM UNITED METHODIST CHURCH                               
    Methodist churches may unite  2/25/99 p.8
 
SAUERS, NICK                                                
    Sauer's hard work pays off  2/11/99 p.119
 
SAUJANI, MICHAEL                                            
    Board fills vacant positions  6/17/99 p.13
 
SAYRE, JACOB T.                                             
    Three teens arrested for more than $10,000 damage at BHS 
        9/9/99 p.10
 
SAYRE, JESS                                                 
    Going the distance  7/1/99 p.115
 
SCANDINAVIAN STORE                                          
    Scandinavian Store; Ben Hammer, owner  10/14/99 p.113
 
SCARY STORIES CONTEST                                       
    Scary stories  10/28/99 p.28
    Scary stories  10/28/99 p.97
 
SCHAEFFER PROPERTY                                          
    Village to condemn, buy 5-acre property  8/19/99 p.5
 
SCHAIRER, LOU                                               
    Caring couple celebrates 40th anniversary quietly  8/5/99
        p.110
 
SCHAIRER, SHERRY                                            
    Caring couple celebrates 40th anniversary quietly  8/5/99
        p.110
 
SCHAUMBURG FLYERS (BASEBALL CLUB)                           
    Play ball!  6/10/99 p.117
    Flyers mark end of debut season  9/9/99 p.14
 
SCHNURE, JOHN                                               
    NB Trustee Schnure to challenge Mountsier  12/16/99 p.23
 
SCHOFIELD, CONNIE                                           
    Schofield hopes to break the silence  7/8/99 p.6
 
SCHOOL DISTRICT 220 EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION                  
    Programs get piece of PIE  12/23/99 p.10
 
SCHOOL DISTRICT 95                                          
    Candidates' views vary on District 95 finances  4/8/99 p.14
    Views differ on role of geography in race  4/29/99 p.32
    District 95's draft budget reflects area's new growth 
        9/2/99 p.30
    District 95 may buy land for future expansion  12/2/99 p.44
 
SCOTTY'S HOME MARKET                                        
    Lake Zurich offers tax rebate to keep Scotty's  3/11/99
        p.108
    Lake Zurich keeps Scotty's  3/18/99 p.13
 
SEMELSBERGER, RICHARD                                       
    Barrington Hills police promote two to sergeant  7/15/99 p.6
 
SERPENT SAFARI                                              
    Serpent Safari; Louis Daddono, owner  2/11/99 p.109
 
SERRA, DEREK                                                
    Innovative Ceramics; Carl Mankert, Grant Brownewell, and
        Derek Serra, owners  6/17/99 p.117
 
SHANAHAN, CYNTHIA J.                                        
    Child endangerment hearing is scheduled  6/3/99 p.14
 
SHEEL, ANNETTE                                              
    Local ladies beginning their second century  12/30/99 p.7
 
SIEBOLD, CLAUDIA                                            
    Sounds of history  3/25/99 p.93
 
SIEBOLD, DENNIS                                             
    Sounds of history  3/25/99 p.93
 
SILVERMAN, MIKE                                             
    Bank CEO remembers Payton's business side  11/11/99 p.106
 
SISTERS, TOO, INC.                                          
    Sisters, Too, Inc.; Maryann and Ginny Warton, owners 
        6/3/99 p.101
 
SKINNER, CAL, JR.                                           
    Skinner seeks elections  3/11/99 p.14
    Cal Skinner is an early election target  8/12/99 p.11
    GOP officials ask Skinner not to run  10/7/99 p.11
 
SMARINSKY, LINDSAY                                          
    In good company  2/18/99 p.109
    Solid as a rock  2/25/99 p.117
 
SOBTI, ARUN                                                 
    Village president, two trustees resign  6/17/99 p.5
 
SOLID WASTE AGENCY OF LAKE COUNTY                           
    SWALCO director talks trash, recycling with local League 
        4/22/99 p.8
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON CLUB                                       
    Crowther acquitted of charges  4/29/99 p.6
    Park board mulls $500,000 project  7/8/99 p.5
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON EXECUTIVE CENTER                           
    Plan commission debates development details  4/1/99 p.7
    Two more lots may be too many on Rose property  7/22/99 p.14
    Offices get preliminary ok  8/19/99 p.8
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON OFFICE CENTRE                              
    Stonegate revises five-building plan  1/21/99 p.12
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT                              
    Pool decision on deck for park board  3/25/99 p.7
    Park board delays pool plan decision  4/22/99 p.14
    Park board mulls $500,000 project  7/8/99 p.5
    Park District unhappy with school facility agreement 
        7/22/99 p.7
    Park and school boards ink facility-sharing agreement 
        7/29/99 p.8
    Park panel peeved with pool program  11/4/99 p.14
    Park board picks a pool architect  12/2/99 p.11
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    Developer revising proposal for 615-acre Klehm property 
        1/14/99 p.9
    Developer seeks sewer hookup for proposed 31-acre office
        park  1/21/99 p.8
    Stonegate revises five-building plan  1/21/99 p.12
    New school blooms in South Barrington  2/11/99 p.27
    Setback concerns could be a setback for development 
        2/11/99 p.9
    New 72-acre subdivision eyed in South Barrington  2/18/99
        p.8
    Stonegate developers to try again  2/18/99 p.8
    Zoning change benefits District 220  2/18/99 p.6
    Candidates debate density, border control  3/11/99 p.9
    Development issues define campaign  3/11/99 p.9
    New plan panel chair seeks border control  3/11/99 p.12
    Villages gear up to oppose big town house proposal  3/18/99
        p.7
    Jung property proposal unveiled  3/25/99 p.5
    Plan commission debates development's details  4/1/99 p.7
    South Barrington wants eyesore removed  4/1/99 p.7
    Development issues emerge after family's patriarch dies 
        4/8/99 p.8
    Projects cut to balance village budget  4/8/99 p.7
    Challengers' slate wins in South Barrington  4/15/99 p.7
    Neighbors bugged by man's millennium disaster preparations 
        4/22/99 p.5
    Proposed subdivision receives endorsement  4/22/99 p.14
    Lightning fires spark call for sprinkler law  4/29/99 p.7
    Trego fired from South Barrington post  5/6/99 p.5
    Attorney implies opposition could be racially motivated 
        5/13/99 p.9
    Barbara Rahden will remain village clerk--at least for now 
        5/20/99 p.8
    Board wants Cook County to buy Klehm nursery  5/20/99 p.7
    Fans flocking to AMC for Star Wars opening  5/20/99 p.10
    South Barrington trustees raise tax for AMC movie theater 
        5/20/99 p.8
    Village restricts propane tanks  5/20/99 p.6
    AMC not amused with tax hike  6/3/99 p.8
    Business had aroused neighbors' suspicions  6/3/99 p.10
    Police target SB office in prostitution raid  6/3/99 p.5
    AMC, village officials discuss amusement tax  6/10/99 p.5
    Police pay hikes debated by board  6/10/99 p.12
    Village president, two trustees resign  6/17/99 p.5
    Cuts help balance SB budget  6/17/99 p.6
    Glennon honored by village  6/17/99 p.6
    Board fills vacant positions  6/17/99 p.13
    New pay schedule proposed for South Barrington's police 
        6/17/99 p.22
    Cook County ZBA vote stuns local residents  6/24/99 p.8
    Powerful political pressure giving developer an edge 
        6/24/99 p.8
    Definition of suburban sprawl is issue in development
        debate  6/24/99 p.9
    Developer may have new Klehm proposal  7/1/99 p.9
    Man stabbed in fight outside theater  7/8/99 p.5
    Ardente is slated to fill village board vacancy  7/8/99 p.9
    New SB board in place  7/15/99 p.21
    Park District unhappy with school facility agreement 
        7/22/99 p.7
    Two more lots may be too many on Rose property  7/22/99 p.14
    Klehms may file disconnection suit  7/29/99 p.5
    Developer and trustees at odds over sewer fee waiver
        request  7/29/99 p.10
    Pierce named village's first administrator  7/29/99 p.11
    Someone special  7/29/99 p.93
    Development vote delayed  8/5/99 p.5
    Klehm disconnection suit filed  8/12/99 p.5
    Deegan expected to lose his title of deputy chief  8/12/99
        p.25
    Village to condemn, buy 5-acre property  8/19/99 p.5
    Board oks preliminary rezoning plan  8/19/99 p.6
    Offices get preliminary ok  8/19/99 p.8
    SB board embraces AMC plan  8/19/99 p.11
    Financial settlement reached in South Barrington lawsuit 
        8/19/99 p.20
    Correction to [Draper] story of 8/19/99  8/26/99 p.6
    Few are complying with village ethics ordinance  8/26/99
        p.12
    Jung property vote delays on getting old  9/16/99 p.7
    Palatine mayor supports Jung property proposal  9/16/99 p.8
    Dietary Consultants owner faces more charges  9/23/99 p.5
    Jung talks going nowhere  9/30/99 p.10
    Chief's death stuns community  10/14/99 p.5
    Foes of Jung plan wary of end-run  10/14/99 p.7
    Inverness may annex 147-acre Jung parcel  10/21/99 p.5
    South Barrington says good bye to their chief  10/21/99 p.8
    Cops make arrest in car theft  10/28/99 p.10
    Developer pitching plan for new gated community  11/11/99
        p.8
    Gruber named interim SB police chief  11/18/99 p.5
    Residents remain suspicious of plan  11/18/99 p.5
    SB sewer work continuing despite contractor default 
        11/18/99 p.9
    SB plan commission endorses AMC plan  11/25/99 p.5
    Outcome of Jung controversy may affect future of Klehm site
        12/2/99 p.8
    Rose School vandalized  12/2/99 p.10
    Man with shotgun arrested  12/2/99 p.24
    Local officer injured while aiding city cop  12/9/99 p.12
    South Barrington tax levy approved  12/16/99 p.6
    Developer proposes 495 homes, and more on Klehm's 700 acres
        12/16/99 p.9
    Board refuses to act on Inverness request  12/16/99 p.18
    SB board called the wild card in Jung property controversy 
        12/23/99 p.8
    Village may buy down Klehm density  12/30/99 p.81
 
SPILLER, JOSEPH                                             
    Magic message  10/21/99 p.29
 
ST. ANNE CATHOLIC CHURCH                                    
    Annie's Attic is back  6/17/99 p.97
    Annie's Attic garage sale raises money, hope  7/15/99 p.5
    St. Anne's new sanctuary may be done by Christmas  8/12/99
        p.8
 
ST. ANNE SCHOOL                                             
    Honor roll  1/7/99 p.23
    School gets technology grant  6/3/99 p.11
    School losing an icon  6/24/99 p.27
    Born again  9/23/99 p.27
 
ST. MICHAEL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH                              
    Church celebrates 50th anniversary  9/23/99 p.7
    It's a wonderful church  9/30/99 p.7
 
ST. PAUL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST                            
    Church inviting teens in through Back Door  5/27/99 p.11
 
ST. VIATOR HIGH SCHOOL                                      
    A calling  2/4/99 p.25
    Homecoming festive at St. Viator  10/7/99 p.27
    Viator remembers "Sweetness"  11/4/99 p.125
 
STARKEY, LINDA                                              
    It's not just the mall  2/4/99 p.5
    Starkey challenges incumbent Larrain for village president 
        3/18/99 p.8
    Starkey slate carries North Barrington  4/15/99 p.7
    Starkey era begins in North Barrington  5/6/99 p.10
    Starkey working to improve communication  8/5/99 p.30
 
STEIB, SCOTT                                                
    Steib gets Bronco post  7/29/99 p.122
 
STEPHENS, NORVAL                                            
    Norval Stephens wins BADC service award  5/27/99 p.8
 
STONE, SUSAN                                                
    Stone rolls to the top  6/17/99 p.29
 
STONEGATE PROPERTIES, INC.                                  
    Stonegate revises five-building plan  1/21/99 p.12
    Conference center proposed  7/15/99 p.6
    Developer and trustees at odds over sewer fee waiver
        request  7/29/99 p.10
 
STORZBACH, COURTNEY                                         
    Ex-Fillie finds niche with national champs  4/15/99 p.120
 
STROBEL, LEE                                                
    Strobel leaving Willow Creek  10/7/99 p.8
 
STUNKEL, KAREN                                              
    Stunkel named new Home of the Sparrow director  11/11/99
        p.96
 
SUNDELL, IVY                                                
    Hawthorn Woods artist makes the scene  2/25/99 p.B3
 
SUNNY HILL SCHOOL                                           
    School evacuated after bomb threat  3/18/99 p.5
    BHS student charged with making e-mail bomb threat  3/25/99
        p.10
    Woodland, Sunny Hill are keys to renovation plans  5/13/99
        p.5
    Parents protesting teacher's transfer  8/5/99 p.32
    Magic message  10/21/99 p.29
 
SUPLEE, CAROLLYNN                                           
    Keeping hope afloat  4/29/99 p.11
 
SURREYVIEW AT FLINT CREEK FARM (LAND SUBDIVISION)           
    Plans announced for more homes  7/15/99 p.106
 
SVENNSON, LARS                                              
    Relief effort mobilized  2/25/99 p.95
 
SWEENEY, GINNY                                              
    Sisters make their mark in Cows on Parade  9/2/99 p.B4
 
SZABO CONTRACTING, INC.                                     
    SB sewer work continuing despite contractor default 
        11/18/99 p.9
 
TALBETT, MICHAEL                                            
    LZ trustee running for County Board  12/16/99 p.26
 
TAUBMAN COMPANY                                             
    Villages continue mall chess game  1/7/99 p.7
    Mall brawl could heat up Hawthorn Woods election  1/14/99
        p.9
    Hawthorn woods residents want referendum on mall  1/28/99
        p.8
    Angry crowd attends hearing  2/25/99 p.11
    Mall developers say they won't give up  2/25/99 p.5
    Suit filed to enforce border pact  2/25/99 p.11
    Tale of two trustees  2/25/99 p.10
    Appraiser:  mall would lower property values 20 percent 
        3/4/99 p.8
    Opponents criticize mall maneuvers  3/4/99 p.5
    State's Attorney rules Clery letter not illegal  3/4/99 p.9
    Taubman may help fix Rand/Rt.22 intersection  3/11/99 p.5
    Final words:  People debate mall  3/18/99 p.5
    Villages discuss revenue sharing  3/18/99 p.5
    Deal could block Taubman mall  4/1/99 p.5
    Hawthorn Woods officials mull mall-killing deal  4/1/99 p.5
    Quiet negotiations helped forge proposed boundary agreement
        4/1/99 p.5
    Meeting may spell end for mall proposal  4/8/99 p.5
    Letter urges Hawthorn Woods board to honor commitments 
        4/15/99 p.10
    The agreement:  a layman's guide  4/15/99 p.11
    We tanked Taubman  4/15/99 p.11
 
TAX INCREMENT FINANCING                                     
    Village could be getting in TIF over downtown development 
        8/5/99 p.5
 
TAXATION                                                    
    Assessments show disparity in home values  2/18/99 p.7
    Board of Review is still taking appeals  2/18/99 p.7
    Village appeals cell tower tax decision  2/25/99 p.14
    Fire District approves tax levy  11/18/99 p.6
    Ameritech tax appeal could hurt District 220  11/25/99 p.9
 
TAXATION--BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.                         
    Barrington Township delinquent tax list  2/4/99 p.102
    Assessment roll  3/18/99 p.L1
    Assessments  11/25/99 p.107
    Taxpayers can appeal assessments  12/9/99 p.6
 
TAXATION--BARRINGTON, ILL.                                  
    Board given the business over utility tax proposal  5/20/99
        p.5
    BETA backs referendum for proposed utility taxes  5/27/99
        p.12
    Village could be getting in TIF over downtown development 
        8/5/99 p.5
    Fire District mulls tax hike referendum  8/19/99 p.5
    Board refines utility tax proposal  8/26/99 p.5
    Villagers yet debate merits of utility tax  9/9/99 p.7
    Proposed utility tax is tabled for now  9/16/99 p.5
    Barrington board oks utility tax  9/30/99 p.5
    No schedule yet for TIF hearings  10/21/99 p.9
    Tax levy hearing scheduled  10/28/99 p.6
    Village board to schedule hearings for TIF district 
        12/2/99 p.33
    School Board is set to make decision about referendum 
        12/9/99 p.8
    School referendum could top $18 million  12/16/99 p.5
    District 220 intervening in tax appeals  12/16/99 p.6
    Barrington passes property tax levy  12/16/99 p.12
 
TAXATION--COOK COUNTY, ILL.                                 
    2-year delinquent tax list  2/4/99 p.98
    Barrington Township delinquent tax list  2/4/99 p.102
    Tax reform on Cook County assessor's agenda  5/6/99 p.11
    County redesigns tax bills  10/7/99 p.113
    1999 scavenger sale schedule  10/21/99 p.116
    2-year delinquent tax list  10/21/99 p.116
 
TAXATION--CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                               
    Property reassessments can be controversial call  1/28/99
        p.9
    Tower opponents ring up a victory  2/11/99 p.5
    Corrections to assessment  3/25/99 p.112
    Assessor asks board to drop appeal  7/29/99 p.10
    Delinquent tax rolls  11/18/99 p.100
    Assessment roll  12/16/99 p.103
 
TAXATION--DEER PARK, ILL.                                   
    Deer Park creates entertainment tax  2/18/99 p.6
 
TAXATION--ELA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                
    Ela Township assessment roll  10/14/99 p.L1
    Ela assessments angering township residents  12/2/99 p.7
 
TAXATION--LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL.                             
    LB board considers adopting new tax  10/7/99 p.5
    Lake Barrington levy approved  10/21/99 p.6
    Lake Barrington board approves amusement tax  11/4/99 p.6
    Board adopts tax on car leases  12/9/99 p.10
 
TAXATION--NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                            
    County to hear village's reassessment complaint  1/21/99 p.5
    Property reassessments can be controversial call  1/28/99
        p.9
    Village files property assessment appeal  3/11/99 p.13
    Assessor asks board to drop appeal  7/29/99 p.10
 
TAXATION--SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                            
    South Barrington trustees raise tax for AMC movie theater 
        5/20/99 p.8
    AMC not amused with tax hike  6/3/99 p.8
    AMC, village officials discuss amusement tax  6/10/99 p.5
    South Barrington tax levy approved  12/16/99 p.6
 
TAYLOR, KENT G.                                             
    Man dies in North Barrington accident  4/15/99 p.6
 
TEPPS, JERRY                                                
    Bull'z Eye Family Archery; Jerry Tepps, owner  1/21/99 p.87
 
TERRESTRIS DEVELOPMENT COMPANY                              
    Villages gear up to oppose big town house proposal  3/18/99
        p.7
    Jung property proposal unveiled  3/25/99 p.5
    Cook County ZBA vote stuns local residents  6/24/99 p.8
    Powerful political pressure giving developer an edge 
        6/24/99 p.8
    Definition of suburban sprawl is issue in development
        debate  6/24/99 p.9
    County board expected to delay decision on Jung property's
        fate  7/8/99 p.8
    County board delays Jung decision  7/15/99 p.6
    Development vote delayed  8/5/99 p.5
    Officials interpret impact of delaying Jung decision 
        8/12/99 p.13
    Jung property compromise sought  9/2/99 p.5
    Future of Jung property decided today  9/9/99 p.5
    County orders trees cut down  9/9/99 p.13
    Jung property vote delays on getting old  9/16/99 p.7
    Palatine mayor supports Jung property proposal  9/16/99 p.8
    Jung talks going nowhere  9/30/99 p.10
    Senior living community proposed  9/30/99 p.105
    Foes of Jung plan wary of end-run  10/14/99 p.7
    Inverness may annex 147-acre Jung parcel  10/21/99 p.5
    Developer pitching plan for new gated community  11/11/99
        p.8
    Residents remain suspicious of plan  11/18/99 p.5
    Outcome of Jung controversy may affect future of Klehm site
        12/2/99 p.8
    Jung hearings off to rocky start  12/2/99 p.9
    Board refuses to act on Inverness request  12/16/99 p.18
    SB board called the wild card in Jung property controversy 
        12/23/99 p.8
 
THOMAS JEFFERSON CHARTER SCHOOL                             
    Learning experience  9/2/99 p.7
 
THOMAS, JOHN                                                
    Local man with leukemia seeks bone marrow donor  2/4/99 p.9
    Innovative leukemia treatment may aid Lake Barrington man 
        2/18/99 p.9
 
THOMPSON, DON                                               
    Class career  12/30/99 p.23
 
THOMPSON, DON, SR.                                          
    Barrington area vets involved in North Chicago hospital
        fight  4/22/99 p.7
 
TODAY SPA                                                   
    Massage parlors, court cases still open  4/22/99 p.6
    Massage parlors being rubbed out  8/26/99 p.8
    Village rubs out massage parlors  12/2/99 p.14
 
TOWER LAKES, ILL.                                           
    Trailers, barking dogs prompt debate on nuisance ordinance 
        4/1/99 p.8
    Board sinks boat's access  5/6/99 p.27
    High winds whip through area  5/20/99 p.5
    Storm costs adding up  6/24/99 p.6
    Grant will let village deal with water woes  6/24/99 p.13
    Board bugged by residents who build without permits 
        6/24/99 p.13
    Village's new water system operating  7/15/99 p.5
    Beaubien:  village will get state funds  7/22/99 p.6
    Residents seek to muffle traffic noise  7/22/99 p.7
    Lot development faces uphill battle  8/19/99 p.8
    Water system attracts interest  8/19/99 p.8
    Tower Lakes police discover two potted pot plants  9/23/99
        p.5
    Tower Lakes parking prohibitions pushed  10/7/99 p.10
    Financial report  10/14/99 p.104
    Remodeling project hits dead end with neighbors  10/21/99
        p.8
    TL plan panel holding hearing for new parking ordinance 
        11/25/99 p.22
    New parking ordinance drawn up  12/23/99 p.9
 
TOWER LAKES, ILL.--HISTORY                                  
    Area countryside survives 20th century's challenges 
        12/30/99 p.10
 
TRACE LABORATORIES                                          
    Masters of destruction  4/22/99 p.109
 
TRAFFIC                                                     
    NBS may get traffic light  1/7/99 p.6
    IDOT:  Little chance for NBS traffic light  1/14/99 p.11
    Cost of fixing NBS traffic now priced at $1.4 million 
        7/1/99 p.9
    Villages seek state funds to cure NBS traffic woes  7/8/99
        p.8
    Local officials worried about NBS traffic woes  10/21/99
        p.14
    IDOT may help untangle NBS traffic  11/18/99 p.10
 
TRAMBLE, STEVEN L.                                          
    Chase leads to crash  10/14/99 p.13
 
TRANSPORTATION                                              
    Group seeks road to less traffic  3/11/99 p.107
    Special lanes might encourage car pools  3/11/99 p.107
    Riding the rails  3/25/99 p.115
    Study's scope reaches beyond Blue Line  3/25/99 p.115
    Satellite Metra train station proposed  8/12/99 p.5
    Transportation group maps out traffic woes  9/9/99 p.9
    Opponents of new Metra station feeling railroaded  12/2/99
        p.5
    Marketing study is next step for EJ&E commuter service 
        12/9/99 p.12
    Trustees speak out on new train station  12/16/99 p.5
 
TREGO, BRUCE                                                
    Trego fired from South Barrington post  5/6/99 p.5
    Trego lands new Naperville post  9/16/99 p.20
 
UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE                                
    Barrington Hills police, post office team up  9/9/99 p.6
 
UNITED STATES VETERANS HEALTH ADMINISTRATION                
    Abandoning Private Ryan?  4/22/99 p.10
    Federal funds cut for state homes  4/22/99 p.11
    Hospitals make do with less money  4/22/99 p.11
 
UNIVERSITY PLACE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                  
    University Place gets final approval from Hoffman Estates 
        1/14/99 p.83
 
VALENTINE MANOR (LAND SUBDIVISION)                          
    Valentine Manor homeowners file annexation petition  4/1/99
        p.13
 
VAN HOVEN, TEKLA                                            
    Caucus asks for resignations  4/22/99 p.9
 
VAN LANCKER, WILLEM P.                                      
    Winning writer  7/1/99 p.27
 
VAUGHAN, WILLIAM                                            
    He knew, designed lay of the land  5/20/99 p.103
 
VEHE FARM                                                   
    Deer Park ponders options to preserve farm property 
        5/13/99 p.8
    Deer Park will buy Vehe farm  6/24/99 p.5
    CorLands group will assist village in buying Vehe farm 
        7/1/99 p.7
    Vehe farm house will get new use  8/19/99 p.12
 
VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS POST 7706                          
    Dinner raises funds, community spirit  4/22/99 p.7
 
VILLAGE CHURCH OF BARRINGTON                                
    Village voices  12/9/99 p.7
 
VILLERS, PRESTON                                            
    A full load  9/2/99 p.113
 
VOLUNTEERS                                                  
    Pioneer Press applauds top volunteers of 1998  1/21/99 p.9
    Pioneer's Volunteer of the Year winners named  12/23/99 p.7
 
VON BEHREN, TOM, REV.                                       
    A calling  2/4/99 p.25
 
WAGNER, JAMES                                               
    Man lies injured for 24 hours  9/2/99 p.5
 
WALTER, ELIZABETH                                           
    Kosovo crisis rekindles memories for area couple  5/13/99
        p.7
 
WALTER, MICHAEL                                             
    Kosovo crisis rekindles memories for area couple  5/13/99
        p.7
 
WALTERMAN, CHIP                                             
    Interiors by Bruce; Chip and Lisa Walterman, owners  7/8/99
        p.101
 
WALTERMAN, LISA                                             
    Interiors by Bruce; Chip and Lisa Walterman, owners  7/8/99
        p.101
 
WAMBERG, DEDE                                               
    Caucus asks for resignations  4/22/99 p.9
 
WARD, LILLIAN                                               
    Pinochle power  12/30/99 p.87
 
WARNICK, JENNIFER                                           
    Local youth get chance to shine with Civic  5/27/99 p.B4
 
WARTON, GINNY                                               
    Sisters, Too, Inc.; Maryann and Ginny Warton, owners 
        6/3/99 p.101
 
WARTON, MARYANN                                             
    Sisters, Too, Inc.; Maryann and Ginny Warton, owners 
        6/3/99 p.101
 
WASHBURN, JANE                                              
    Relief effort mobilized  2/25/99 p.95
    Honduran help  3/11/99 p.7
 
WATER QUALITY                                               
    Hospital's water restrictions lifted  1/28/99 p.13
    Dentist disagrees with hospital on water restriction
        explanation  2/4/99 p.10
    Orange water to be fixed by large amount of green  9/16/99
        p.9
    Septic system seminar educates North Barrington area
        residents  11/25/99 p.9
 
WATER SUPPLY                                                
    Power plant plan draws concern for water supply  1/14/99
        p.10
    Village to improve water system  3/11/99 p.6
    Grant will let village deal with water woes  6/24/99 p.13
    Village's new water system operating  7/15/99 p.5
    Water system attracts interest  8/19/99 p.8
    Panel to pore over study of village's water supply  9/2/99
        p.9
    Board oks waterworks bond  11/11/99 p.6
 
WAUCONDA ORCHARDS                                           
    Wauconda Orchards; Rick Breeden, owner  10/21/99 p.113
 
WAUCONDA, ILL.                                              
    High winds whip through area  5/20/99 p.5
    Protest plans won't stop annual Wauconda rodeo  7/8/99 p.10
    Rodeo attendance jumps  7/15/99 p.10
    Rodeo protest leads to minor scuffles  7/15/99 p.11
    Telephone book mix-up leaves Lakeland on hold  12/16/99 p.13
 
WEATHER                                                     
    It's snow time  1/7/99 p.5
    Second snowfall creates complications  1/14/99 p.5
    Winds push woman's plane off LITH runway  2/18/99 p.5
    Barrington Hills lightning lawsuit sparking call for
        stricter fire precautions  5/20/99 p.9
    High winds whip through area  5/20/99 p.5
    Storm costs adding up  6/24/99 p.6
 
WEEDEN, CATHIE                                              
    New Deer Park trustee sworn in  7/22/99 p.6
 
WELLNESS PLACE                                              
    Wellness campus hearings postponed until September  6/10/99
        p.10
    Car show drives fund-raising efforts  8/19/99 p.7
    Update meeting on Wellness Center set  9/9/99 p.6
 
WERBER, BILL                                                
    Parents of paraplegic man fighting for home addition 
        8/5/99 p.18
    Family drops plan for home addition  8/12/99 p.18
 
WERBER, PATTY                                               
    Parents of paraplegic man fighting for home addition 
        8/5/99 p.18
    Family drops plan for home addition  8/12/99 p.18
 
WETLANDS                                                    
    Federal official answers wetland mitigation question 
        3/18/99 p.18
    Experts divided on wetland mitigation merits  10/21/99 p.11
 
WHITAKER, CHRISTOPHER D.                                    
    Deer Park resident detains burglary suspect for police 
        8/5/99 p.22
 
WICHMAN BLACKSMITH SHOP                                     
    Blacksmith Shop is on the move  5/27/99 p.99
    Moving day moved back  6/10/99 p.6
    Blacksmith shop relocation delayed  6/24/99 p.11
    Tentative date set for blacksmith shop move  7/8/99 p.5
    Sentimental journey  7/15/99 p.7
 
WIDITZ, ERIC                                                
    Wooden you know it  5/6/99 p.9
 
WILD ONION BREWING COMPANY                                  
    Local brewer gets license for pub  6/10/99 p.6
 
WILDFLOWER CONTINENTAL BISTRO (RESTAURANT)                  
    Barrington restaurant gets liquor license  5/13/99 p.6
 
WILLIAM, G. JOSH                                            
    Storied career  7/22/99 p.101
 
WILLIAMSON, ALEXIS J.                                       
    Barrington skater earns recognition  6/10/99 p.108
 
WILLIS, KAY                                                 
    Author, mother of 10 offers parenting tips  10/14/99 p.10
 
WILLOW CREEK COMMUNITY CHURCH                               
    Willow Creek's team aids hurricane refugees  1/7/99 p.7
    Willow Creek Church plans 118,000-square-foot addition 
        2/4/99 p.5
    Strobel leaving Willow Creek  10/7/99 p.8
 
WILLOW PONDS (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                      
    Residents worry development will harm Honey Lake  8/5/99 p.8
 
WINDY HILL FARM                                             
    Sentimental attachment to farm benefits Forest Preserve 
        10/28/99 p.19
 
WINK, DONALD, REV.                                          
    Lutheran church gets new pastor  4/1/99 p.99
 
WOLFSON, DON                                                
    Peg & Dowel; Don Wolfson, owner  4/15/99 p.B13
 
WOMEN IN NEED GROWING STRONGER                              
    Hager house to be leased to a charity organization  5/20/99
        p.9
 
WOODLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL                                  
    Magnet school proposed for Woodland  2/18/99 p.5
    Woodland, Sunny Hill are keys to renovation plans  5/13/99
        p.5
    Woodland School to be rented out  10/28/99 p.5
 
WOODS OF SOUTH BARRINGTON (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)         
    Developer proposes 495 homes, and more on Klehm's 700 acres
        12/16/99 p.9
 
WRITE STUFF CONTEST                                         
    Winners  4/22/99 p.B32
 
YAPP, JEFF                                                  
    Hollywood Video now open  10/21/99 p.116
    Hooray for Hollywood (Video)!  11/25/99 p.111
 
YEAR IN REVIEW                                              
    Photographer's choice  1/7/99 p.8
 
YESHWANT, SRINU                                             
    In the blood  9/16/99 p.27
 
YOUNG WRITERS CONTEST                                       
    Winners  8/5/99 p.31
    Winners  8/12/99 p.28
    Winners  8/19/99 p.26
    Winners  8/26/99 p.26
 
YOUTH                                                       
    Teen smoking  8/5/99 p.10
    Quitting not as easy as getting started  8/5/99 p.11
    Health risks are ignored  8/5/99 p.12
    Tougher smoking laws stall in Springfield  8/5/99 p.12
    $6 billion spent to promote smoking  8/5/99 p.13
    Barrington ordinances tackle teen tobacco use  8/5/99 p.14
 
YOUTH CONSERVATION CORPS, INC.                              
    Youth corps learns about environment  9/16/99 p.93
 
ZIMMERMAN, RAMSEY                                           
    Riding high  8/12/99 p.120
 
ZONING                                                      
    Developer seeks sewer hookup for proposed 31-acre office
        park  1/21/99 p.8
    Route 14 rezoning delayed, hearing resumes February 9 
        1/21/99 p.8
    Plan panel pans proposal to rezone Route 14 parcel  2/11/99
        p.10
    Zoning change benefits District 220  2/18/99 p.6
    Villages gear up to oppose big town house proposal  3/18/99
        p.7
    BH board opposing horse slaughterhouse  3/25/99 p.5
    County moves closer to vote on slaughterhouse  3/25/99 p.5
    Jung property proposal unveiled  3/25/99 p.5
    Slaughterhouse petition rejected  4/29/99 p.6
    Villages list objections to proposed development  4/29/99
        p.7
    Driveway controversy appears to be settled  5/13/99 p.13
    County board expected to delay decision on Jung property's
        fate  7/8/99 p.8
    County board delays Jung decision  7/15/99 p.6
    Board oks preliminary rezoning plan  8/19/99 p.6
    Future of Jung property decided today  9/9/99 p.5
    Jung property vote delays on getting old  9/16/99 p.7
    Palatine mayor supports Jung property proposal  9/16/99 p.8
    Board approves Eastgate rezoning  9/30/99 p.6
    Jung talks going nowhere  9/30/99 p.10
    Rezoning ends couple's nightmare  10/21/99 p.9
    Appearance panel receiving support  11/4/99 p.13