7-ELEVEN                                                    
    Barrington store stops selling adult magazines  1/15/98 p.13
 
ACCIDENTS                                                   
    Stranger saves woman's life  1/8/98 p.7
    Three injured in Route 62 crash  1/29/98 p.10
    Injured man gets ticket  2/5/98 p.11
    Area woman dies in crash  3/12/98 p.10
    Teen girl dies in Route 53 crash  3/12/98 p.10
    Safe and sound  4/9/98 p.10
    Plane crashes in MacArthur's field  4/16/98 p.7
    Broken gas main causes traffic headaches  4/30/98 p.5
    Chicago woman killed in Route 59 car crash  5/7/98 p.8
    Lake Zurich cops investigate nursing home patient death 
        5/21/98 p.12
    Brooks Mann's saga is taking tragic turn  6/25/98 p.9
    Waste spills after truck turns over on Lake-Cook  7/9/98 p.8
    Not a red-letter day at Barrington Post Office  8/20/98 p.5
    Dump truck overturns at North Barrington School  8/27/98 p.8
    Driver in Brooks Mann accident gets sentence  9/3/98 p.9
    Woman charged in post office crash  9/10/98 p.6
    Woodland student dies in accident  10/8/98 p.6
    Local man dies in car crash  10/8/98 p.10
    Girl's parents filing wrongful death suit  10/15/98 p.5
    Smiling little girl remembered  10/15/98 p.5
    Tragedy is sad lesson for kids  10/15/98 p.8
    Police say fall killed girl  10/22/98 p.14
    Barrington man critical after car crash  11/5/98 p.13
    Cops seeking truck seen at fatal crash  11/5/98 p.23
    Judge denies Talley family request to postpone Kane
        coroner's inquest  11/12/98 p.7
    Jury:  Girl's death was an accident  11/19/98 p.13
    Heart failure leads to fatal one-car accident  11/19/98 p.23
    Hypnotist used to find clues in fatal accident  12/3/98 p.12
 
ACTIVE CITIZENS FOR RESPONSIBLE EXPANSION                   
    ACRE ready to renew its fight against mall  11/19/98 p.8
 
ADLER, NICHOLAS                                             
    From Russia with love  11/19/98 p.7
 
ADOPTION                                                    
    From Russia with love  11/19/98 p.7
 
AGRA, BOB                                                   
    Mercury Cruiselines; Bob and Holly Agra, owners  7/2/98
        p.103
 
AGRA, HOLLY                                                 
    Mercury Cruiselines; Bob and Holly Agra, owners  7/2/98
        p.103
 
ALDEN, ASHLEY                                               
    Alden wins blue ribbon  9/10/98 p.26
 
ALEXANDER STILLMAN NATURE CENTER                            
    On the right path  10/22/98 p.103
 
ALGONQUIN, ILL.                                             
    Algonquin reasserts stake in Bolz Road corridor plan 
        7/23/98 p.29
    Hearing on spa delayed  8/13/98 p.12
    Algonquin closes a massage parlor  9/17/98 p.19
    Algonquin preparing to market its business park  11/26/98
        p.105
 
ALLIANCE OF BARRINGTON COMMUNITIES FOR DRUG EDUCATION       
    Low numbers may spell doom for ABCDE program  7/16/98 p.7
    ABCDE cancels workshop  7/30/98 p.12
 
ALLIED WASTE SYSTEMS                                        
    NB waste hauler to change name  1/1/98 p.6
 
ALVAREZ, JUDY JEAN                                          
    One massage parlor closes, another one faces charges 
        9/24/98 p.8
    Massage parlors get day in court  10/8/98 p.5
 
ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE                                         
    Slipping away  5/28/98 p.101
 
AMC, INC.                                                   
    New tax may cover cost of land  1/1/98 p.5
    Hilton eyes SB land  1/1/98 p.6
    Village imposes two-bit amusement tax  1/15/98 p.6
    Village grants AMC exclusive address  1/22/98 p.6
    Hilton deal being worked out  1/22/98 p.12
    AMC targets March 20 opening  2/5/98 p.11
    Theater's opening benefits new Barbara Rose School  3/5/98
        p.7
    Really big show place  3/19/98 p.126
    Smoke bombs ignited at AMC's new theaters  4/2/98 p.9
    Burglars break into cars in theater's parking lot  4/2/98
        p.9
    Star Wars fans flock to South Barrington theater  11/19/98
        p.26
 
AMERICAN CHARTERED BANK                                     
    American Chartered Bank; Robert Riter, chairman  8/20/98
        p.107
 
AMERICAN NATIONAL CAN COMPANY                               
    Senior housing hearing postponed  1/8/98 p.6
    Senior housing plan approved  5/28/98 p.5
 
AMERITECH COMMUNICATIONS                                    
    NOPE lawsuit is a sign of times  2/12/98 p.5
    Ameritech proposal is tanked  6/25/98 p.27
 
AMSTADT'S FINER FOODS                                       
    Village's redevelopment efforts may doom independent grocer
        9/3/98 p.13
 
ANIMALS                                                     
    Cocoa comes home  1/22/98 p.87
    Longneck Ranch; Bob and Sarah Sophie, owners  1/22/98 p.101
    Coyote may have killed ex-Bear's dog  3/12/98 p.6
    Swan posse--not just pretty faces  4/16/98 p.121
    Office employees go on duck watch  4/23/98 p.12
    Eggs hatch; ducklings vanish  5/21/98 p.26
    Police officer rescues dog pinned under car  7/9/98 p.10
    Youngster saves a second local pooch from peril  7/9/98 p.11
    Fox news  8/6/98 p.9
    Cop captures cormorant  8/6/98 p.10
    Egrets benefit from grassroots effort  9/3/98 p.85
    Wetlands preservation is key to survival for many species 
        9/3/98 p.85
    Police pursue mystery cat  12/24/98 p.9
    Sheriff's deputy saves dogs from fire  12/31/98 p.7
 
ANIMALS, TREATMENT OF                                       
    Life savers  6/11/98 p.101
    Wauconda rodeo rides once more  7/9/98 p.28
    Rodeo weekend was a bumpy ride  7/16/98 p.12
    Homes sought for stray cats, canines  8/13/98 p.7
 
ANNEXATION (MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT)                           
    Village need help to defend boundaries  1/8/98 p.18
    Mall brawl  12/17/98 p.5
    Public outcry follows villages' mall vote  12/17/98 p.5
    NB-HW land dispute now eight years old  12/17/98 p.10
    Board continues efforts to capture mall property  12/24/98
        p.8
    Taubman:  Company careful not to double-deal villages 
        12/24/98 p.8
    County files charges in mall brawl  12/31/98 p.5
 
ANNIVERSARIES                                               
    50th wedding anniversary [Grabenkort]  4/30/98 p.110
    Couple [Kobeski] marks 70 years of marriage  8/6/98 p.102
    Shileys celebrate 50th tomorrow  8/13/98 p.96
    Moellers mark 50 years of marriage  9/3/98 p.92
    Couple [Brainerd] celebrates 50th anniversary  9/3/98 p.92
    Couple [Schreiber] repeats their wedding vows  9/10/98 p.93
    Peter Daniel marks its 25th anniversary  9/10/98 p.107
    Correction to story of 9/9/98  9/17/98 p.6
    Helen and Harold Shiley 50th wedding anniversary  9/24/98
        p.102
    Jacobs celebrate 50th, renew wedding vows  12/10/98 p.113
 
APMANN, MISSY                                               
    Apmann wins national honors  9/17/98 p.106
 
AQUALUSION FAMILY AQUATIC CENTER                            
    Aqualusion will be name of new pool complex  3/19/98 p.7
    New pool will open early  6/4/98 p.8
 
ARDENTE, JOHN                                               
    Ardentes conquer canyon  4/30/98 p.12
 
ARDENTE, JOHN, JR.                                          
    Ardentes conquer canyon  4/30/98 p.12
 
ARLINGTON PARK (RACE TRACK)                                 
    Mordell:  Racing needs reforms for success  8/13/98 p.106
    Industry could face long odds without Arlington in picture 
        8/13/98 p.107
 
ARLINGTON SQUARES                                           
    Squared away  2/26/98 p.89
 
ARNETT C. LINES SCHOOL                                      
    Foreign exchange students forge friendships  4/23/98 p.7
    Lines lauded for foundation fund-raising effort  6/11/98
        p.29
    Artists spruce up Lines library  8/27/98 p.7
    Grove, Lines expansion plans get endorsement  10/15/98 p.5
    Panel endorses BHS renovation  10/22/98 p.5
    Village ok's plans for BHS, Grove and Lines  11/12/98 p.9
 
ARTISTS                                                     
    Brynes' talents run to art and science  1/8/98 p.B3
    Honquest to display artist's original quilts  3/5/98 p.107
 
ASCH, CATHLEEN                                              
    Getting technical  9/24/98 p.113
 
ASPELL, KATIE                                               
    Girls stepping out with Irish dancing  2/19/98 p.7
 
AUSTIN, JOHN                                                
    Austin power  6/11/98 p.127
 
AUTHORS                                                     
    What color is your brain? [Glazov]  2/12/98 p.B3
    Kostick wit  4/23/98 p.29
    Author [Bergman] explores memory in moving debut novel 
        5/21/98 p.B6
    Woman of the Year [Walter]  10/8/98 p.93
    Poet [Anna Husain] in residence  11/5/98 p.101
 
AUTOMOBILES                                                 
    An EPIC tale  2/12/98 p.109
 
AVIATION GROUP                                              
    Airport angst  3/26/98 p.115
 
AVLON (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                             
    Public hearing set for Avlon developer rezoning proposal 
        6/18/98 p.13
    Ten-story buildings could be built on Avlon property 
        8/20/98 p.11
 
AWATRAMANIK, RISHI                                          
    Durbin accepts SB student's graduation ceremony invite 
        6/25/98 p.12
 
BAKER, JAMES                                                
    Stranger saves woman's life  1/8/98 p.7
 
BAKERS LAKE NATURE PRESERVE                                 
    County considers preserve addition  2/12/98 p.6
    Tree-mendous effort  3/5/98 p.90
    County nest egg could help restore Bakers Lake island 
        12/31/98 p.7
 
BARBARA B. ROSE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL                           
    Board calls new SB school a Rose  1/29/98 p.6
    Principal chosen for new Barbara Rose School  2/5/98 p.5
    Late school opening worries parents  2/5/98 p.11
    Theater's opening benefits new Barbara Rose School  3/5/98
        p.7
    Bill Rose gives donation to help build new school  3/26/98
        p.10
    New school's opening pushed back  4/9/98 p.5
    Rose school donation put back in construction fund  7/16/98
        p.10
    Rose will blossom this winter  11/12/98 p.31
 
BARRINGTON AMERICAN LEGION POST 158                         
    Kozel muscling up at plate; Post 158 wins Oconomowoc
        tourney  7/16/98 p.113
    Post 158 players team up to hammer way into final 4 
        7/23/98 p.121
    Post 158 perseveres to win District  7/30/98 p.113
    Making it look easy  8/6/98 p.119
 
BARRINGTON AREA ARTS COUNCIL                                
    Families encouraged to take Run for the Arts  6/11/98 p.117
 
BARRINGTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE                         
    GSH given chamber's highest honor  2/5/98 p.109
    Chamber donates $5,000 for fire truck refurbishing  11/5/98
        p.125
 
BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS                      
    BACOG discusses life after Klein  4/30/98 p.6
    Barrington board begins revision of regional plan  5/14/98
        p.9
    BACOG names new officers  6/4/98 p.6
    Officials call for keeping BACOG strong, effective  6/11/98
        p.10
    Hubbub hitting at heart of local land-use plans  7/16/98 p.9
    BACOG opposes sewer proposal  8/20/98 p.6
    BACOG panel worried about development proposals  9/24/98
        p.14
 
BARRINGTON AREA COUNCIL ON AGING                            
    Area senior housing options are limited  5/7/98 p.24
 
BARRINGTON AREA DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL                         
    David Nelson is named BADC Citizen of the Year  5/14/98 p.7
    Barrington community foundation created  9/3/98 p.7
 
BARRINGTON AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY                          
    Community garage sale benefits local not-for-profit
        organizations  4/9/98 p.7
    Historical Society proposes Old Barrington campus  11/19/98
        p.5
 
BARRINGTON AREA LIBRARY                                     
    Library board forming plan for future growth  2/5/98 p.10
    Treasurer's report  8/13/98 p.102
    Budget  9/24/98 p.110
    Library gets gift from Everen Securities, Inc.  12/17/98
        p.119
 
BARRINGTON AREA SOCCER ASSOCIATION                          
    A sense of urgency is seen in regional park proposal 
        6/4/98 p.8
    Soccer field renovations under way  11/26/98 p.6
 
BARRINGTON BANK AND TRUST COMPANY                           
    Community investment  5/14/98 p.115
    Timing is right  5/14/98 p.115
 
BARRINGTON BLAZE (SOFTBALL CLUB)                            
    Blaze gets clocked at series  8/20/98 p.116
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (BASEBALL CLUB)                          
    Broncos wrap up North  5/14/98 p.124
    Keeping cool  5/28/98 p.131
    One stride at a time  6/4/98 p.127
    Austin power  6/11/98 p.127
    As good as it gets  6/18/98 p.127
    Tinkham outshines Lockport catcher in quarterfinal win 
        6/18/98 p.129
    Second best  7/2/98 p.111
    Farewell  8/13/98 p.115
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (BASKETBALL CLUB)                        
    Holiday spirit  1/1/98 p.85
    Meyer, Broncos dunk Wheeling for first North win  1/15/98
        p.94
    Maddening:  Broncos maintain focus just long enough to stun
        Bison  3/5/98 p.113
    Fouled out  3/12/98 p.133
    Broncos go 2-1 at MHS  12/3/98 p.149
    Broncos have fun vs. Young  12/17/98 p.125
    Broncos expect to high-five again  12/24/98 p.93
    Spicer's OT trey keeps Broncos tied for first place 
        12/24/98 p.93
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (CROSS COUNTRY TEAM)                     
    Bronco runners win Maine East Invite  9/17/98 p.119
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (FOOTBALL CLUB)                          
    Broncos seeking another fast start  8/20/98 p.115
    Quite the catch  8/27/98 p.101
    One down  9/3/98 p.109
    Meyer's 3 TD catches burn Hawks  10/15/98 p.115
    To the nines  10/29/98 p.135
    Sagehorn, Broncos pick apart H-F  11/5/98 p.132
    Derickson, defense step up  11/12/98 p.123
    Bronco fever takes hold of community  11/19/98 p.5
    What deficit?  11/19/98 p.137
    Going for the title  11/26/98 p.5
    Perfectly Normal  11/26/98 p.111
    Loss doesn't darken school spirit  12/3/98 p.9
    History-making night  12/3/98 p.143
    First-class Broncos set the standard  12/3/98 p.146
    Broncos won't lack talent next year  12/3/98 p.147
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (GYMNASTICS CLUB)                        
    Finley, Broncos soar in season opener  3/12/98 p.135
    Finley flashes state-winning vault  5/21/98 p.123
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (SOCCER CLUB)                            
    Lunt lifts Broncos to winning heights  10/22/98 p.141
    So close  11/5/98 p.131
    Bit of symbolism preceded Broncos' sectional-title win 
        11/5/98 p.136
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (SWIM TEAM)                              
    Swimmers enjoy great game  2/12/98 p.119
    Sectional soaking  2/26/98 p.113
    Kleyn shows 'em at State;  Nielsen earns two medals  3/5/98
        p.114
    Broncos happy with fourth at Relays  12/17/98 p.126
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (TENNIS TEAM)                            
    Broncos ring up fourth straight MSL title  5/21/98 p.123
 
BARRINGTON BRONCOS (WRESTLING CLUB)                         
    Miller, Juarez, Nelson, and Sestak get job done  2/12/98
        p.117
 
BARRINGTON CHAPTER OF THE LYRIC OPERA OF CHICAGO            
    30th anniversary celebration  5/14/98 p.108
 
BARRINGTON COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 220               
    School District 220 facing deadline for referendum  1/1/98
        p.5
    CAC lists school rehab recommendations  1/1/98 p.7
    District 220 sets levy  1/8/98 p.6
    District 220 eyes health curriculum  1/8/98 p.6
    Two area objecting to redistricting plan  1/8/98 p.7
    Referendum estimates are $3.9 million apart  1/8/98 p.8
    District 220 may get aid if voters ok bond issue  1/8/98 p.8
    School referendum put on ballot  1/15/98 p.5
    Referendum push begins  1/15/98 p.8
    Peeved parents pick apart proposed redistricting plan 
        1/15/98 p.10
    Board seeking to solve redistricting dilemmas  1/15/98 p.10
    District 220's chances fade for state referendum aid 
        1/22/98 p.5
    School board to honor CAC volunteers  1/22/98 p.6
    School capacity often hard to define  1/22/98 p.7
    Board mulls redistricting options  1/22/98 p.14
    Kids in a class by themselves  1/22/98 p.25
    CAPE 2 formed to push referendum  1/29/98 p.5
    Board calls new SB school a Rose  1/29/98 p.6
    District 220 passes redistricting plan  1/29/98 p.7
    Board sides with parents  1/29/98 p.7
    Plan could put new subdivision inside Roslyn Road School
        area  1/29/98 p.8
    Principal chosen for new Barbara Rose School  2/5/98 p.5
    Lamberson proposes tax cuts  2/5/98 p.6
    Hansen promises to chirp at price creep  2/5/98 p.6
    Board to have COW  2/5/98 p.6
    Referendum backers chart community outreach plan  2/5/98 p.9
    Late school opening worries parents  2/5/98 p.11
    CAPE'S crusade begins  2/5/98 p.24
    Totally awesome subject  2/12/98 p.29
    Referendum is subject of spirited CFE forum  2/19/98 p.9
    Not quiet as it seems  3/5/98 p.29
    District 220 may now get state construction money  3/12/98
        p.9
    What referendum bonds will pay for  3/12/98 p.35
    Voters ok referendum  3/19/98 p.5
    District 220 put on state's watch list  3/26/98 p.5
    District 220 to hire construction manager  3/26/98 p.6
    Two referendums shared support  3/26/98 p.7
    Bill Rose gives donation to help build new school  3/26/98
        p.10
    New subdivision may affect District 220 redistricting plan 
        3/26/98 p.10
    Parents protest redistricting plan  4/2/98 p.5
    Young orators conquer world's greatest terror  4/2/98 p.33
    New school's opening pushed back  4/9/98 p.5
    Unit District 220 sells $72.1 million in bonds  4/9/98 p.10
    District 220 wrestles with school boundary issues  4/9/98
        p.11
    Curriculum controversy  4/23/98 p.5
    Sex ed speaker defends discussion of condoms  4/23/98 p.10
    Recommendations given  4/23/98 p.10
    District 220 resolves redistricting issues  4/30/98 p.5
    District 220 names new administrator  4/30/98 p.9
    Board debates solutions to NBS traffic problems  5/21/98 p.5
    Agreement reached on teacher contract  5/28/98 p.6
    Lamberson appoints watch panel  5/28/98 p.6
    District 220 official leaves for Mount Prospect school 
        5/28/98 p.9
    District 220 teachers sign 5-year contract  6/4/98 p.5
    Amendment could shift District 220 tax burden  6/11/98 p.5
    Decision on health curriculum is delayed  6/18/98 p.5
    District 220 tax bill spotlights disparity between counties
        6/18/98 p.12
    School health curriculum undergoes new revisions  7/9/98
        p.11
    District 220 tells SEDOL of plan to withdraw  7/9/98 p.14
    Rose school donation put back in construction fund  7/16/98
        p.10
    Residents call proposed development too dense  7/30/98 p.5
    District 220 to sell Penny road site  7/30/98 p.6
    District 220 may oppose Bolz extension  7/30/98 p.6
    New school dedication set  7/30/98 p.6
    Westwood, Glen Acres parents seek school bus service 
        7/30/98 p.7
    District 220 ineligible for construction grant  8/6/98 p.8
    District 220 opposing Bolz Road project  8/13/98 p.10
    District 220 passes resolution opposing Bolz Road plan 
        8/27/98 p.7
    District 220 seeking to move beyond garage sale computer
        purchases  8/27/98 p.8
    School safety tip line created  9/17/98 p.6
    No takers for District 220 South Barrington land  9/17/98
        p.10
    Panel recommends adoption of controversial curriculum 
        9/24/98 p.9
    District 220 ok's health curriculum  10/1/98 p.5
    More school-funding reform still needed  10/1/98 p.9
    Correction to story of 10/1/98  10/8/98 p.6
    Board considers sex ed philosophy statement  10/8/98 p.8
    Minister explains his support for curriculum  10/8/98 p.8
    Project's price could increase by $500,000  10/8/98 p.29
    Volunteer efforts  10/8/98 p.31
    Grove, Lines expansion plans get endorsement  10/15/98 p.5
    Playing it safe  10/15/98 p.29
    School construction cutbacks required  10/22/98 p.5
    Panel endorses BHS renovation  10/22/98 p.5
    Village delays ok of school projects  10/29/98 p.5
    Parents upset by cancellation of school's Halloween party 
        10/29/98 p.8
    Sex ed statement gets board's ok  10/29/98 p.11
    Scary Stories  10/29/98 p.34
    District 220 considers eligibility standards  11/5/98 p.5
    District 220 Caucus meetings set  11/5/98 p.6
    Wamberg will chair District 220 foundation  11/5/98 p.28
    District 220 Caucus delegates sought  11/12/98 p.6
    Village ok's plans for BHS, Grove and Lines  11/12/98 p.9
    District 220 board revises its BHS renovation plans 
        11/12/98 p.9
    Rose will blossom this winter  11/12/98 p.31
    District 220 shines on math tests  11/19/98 p.10
    Unit school districts show costs, benefits  11/19/98 p.11
    District 220 passes $56.6 million 1998 tax levy  11/26/98
        p.9
    School board ok's sale of Penny Road property  12/3/98 p.8
    No-pass, no-play policies extended beyond athletics 
        12/3/98 p.8
    Board rejects preliminary designs for Hough School 
        12/17/98 p.31
    District 220 tax levy passed  12/31/98 p.14
 
BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT             
    Paid-on-call firefighters sought  1/29/98 p.6
 
BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE PARK DISTRICT                        
    Park District proposal creating controversy  1/29/98 p.5
    Annual report  2/26/98 p.96
    Budget  12/3/98 p.132
 
BARRINGTON DIVING ACADEMY                                   
    Divers send 9 to Nationals  3/19/98 p.144
 
BARRINGTON DODGE                                            
    Driving ambition  2/26/98 p.105
 
BARRINGTON FAMILY PHYSICIANS                                
    Neighbors protest plans to expand doctor's office  9/3/98
        p.8
    Board approves office expansion  10/1/98 p.5
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (BASKETBALL CLUB)                        
    Fillies shock Schaumburg  2/19/98 p.101
    Test time  12/10/98 p.125
    Fremd holds off Fillies  12/17/98 p.126
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (CROSS COUNTRY TEAM)                     
    Shorthanded fillies are 7th at Palatine Invite  10/1/98
        p.113
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (DIVING CLUB)                            
    Divers make do  10/29/98 p.137
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (GYMNASTICS CLUB)                        
    Shed no tears  1/29/98 p.109
    Niwa and Smarinsky:  State-bound  2/12/98 p.117
    Fillies hit 140.075 at NT, take second  12/24/98 p.95
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (HOCKEY CLUB)                            
    Skating with a purpose  2/12/98 p.118
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (SOCCER CLUB)                            
    Tourney time  4/23/98 p.113
    Cary kicks Fillies in sectional final  6/4/98 p.128
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (SWIM TEAM)                              
    Martin leads by example at county championships  10/1/98
        p.114
    Fillies sweep relays, pull of 7-peat at MSL  11/5/98 p.132
    Molzahn, Brunka, Martell, Freeman earn state berths 
        11/19/98 p.141
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (TENNIS TEAM)                            
    No denying it:  expectations high for Fillies  9/3/98 p.111
    Fatigued Fillies take 3rd at NT  9/24/98 p.125
    Singles sweep lifts fillies to third straight MSL title 
        10/15/98 p.120
    Martins take 5th at State  10/29/98 p.135
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (TRACK TEAM)                             
    Fillies are 3rd at MSL  5/14/98 p.125
 
BARRINGTON FILLIES (VOLLEYBALL CLUB)                        
    Fillies earn berth in sectional final; 37-1 Jacobs next 
        11/5/98 p.137
    Fillies fall in sectional final match  11/12/98 p.123
 
BARRINGTON FIRE DEPARTMENT                                  
    Happy 100th!  4/30/98 p.102
    Village may join dispatch agency  6/4/98 p.5
    Ryan joins centennial celebration  6/11/98 p.5
    Fire engine name contest is real cliff hanger  7/23/98 p.7
    Clifford tops name game  8/6/98 p.6
    Centennial salute  8/27/98 p.82
    24 hours on  9/10/98 p.89
    Name nomination gets girl ride to school in fire engine 
        9/17/98 p.9
    Firefighters celebrate centennial  9/24/98 p.5
    Lieutenants to be deputized  9/24/98 p.22
    Chamber donates $5,000 for fire truck refurbishing  11/5/98
        p.125
    Barrington deputy chiefs sworn in  11/12/98 p.6
    Hough students' effort makes cents  12/24/98 p.6
 
BARRINGTON GATORADE CLASSIC                                 
    There's no place like home for Barrington soccer teams 
        9/10/98 p.9
 
BARRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL                                      
    Tommy boy  1/8/98 p.93
    Honor roll  1/15/98 p.25
    Center of attention  2/19/98 p.23
    Grease is the musical  2/26/98 p.8
    Barrington baseball legend to retire  3/19/98 p.7
    Honor roll  3/19/98 p.36
    In good hands  3/19/98 p.142
    Seventh man  3/26/98 p.124
    Orchesis '98 to cover a variety of styles  4/9/98 p.7
    Holding a high standard  4/16/98 p.32
    Swimming meet a hit for group of special athletes  4/23/98
        p.22
    Water polo teams staying afloat  4/30/98 p.129
    Digesting the plan  5/7/98 p.33
    Honor roll  5/7/98 p.35
    Weather report [Collage swing choir]  5/14/98 p.30
    Bauer imparts precious wisdom  5/14/98 p.123
    Hawrysko hired as skipper  5/14/98 p.123
    Arts advocate retiring  6/4/98 p.31
    Smith gets room for art  6/4/98 p.31
    Grads urged to set realistic expectations  6/11/98 p.7
    Tremendous trio  6/18/98 p.35
    Class of '98  6/18/98 p.36
    In the name of Kirby  7/9/98 p.111
    BHS library to remain front and center  7/16/98 p.6
    Traub, Hulett to coach BHS varsity volleyball  7/30/98 p.113
    Honor roll  8/6/98 p.29
    Whale of a time  10/1/98 p.7
    BHS homecoming feels like paradise  10/8/98 p.7
    Project's price could increase by $500,000  10/8/98 p.29
    BHS grad returns to teach music  10/15/98 p.7
    Panel endorses BHS renovation  10/22/98 p.5
    Odd twist on classic play  11/5/98 p.13
    Village ok's plans for BHS, Grove and Lines  11/12/98 p.9
    District 220 board revises its BHS renovation plans 
        11/12/98 p.9
    Election does not register interest with BHS students 
        11/19/98 p.34
    Loss doesn't darken school spirit  12/3/98 p.9
    Former BHS assistant trainer will appeal felony conviction 
        12/10/98 p.10
    BHS horticulture program looking to put down roots 
        12/17/98 p.33
    This year ranks as most-memorable in BHS sports  12/31/98
        p.82
 
BARRINGTON HILLS COUNTRY CLUB (SWIM CLUB)                   
    Life in the fast lanes  7/30/98 p.90
 
BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL.                                      
    Property proprietors  1/1/98 p.77
    BH board mulling traffic restrictions  1/22/98 p.11
    Park District proposal creating controversy  1/29/98 p.5
    Scam artist burglarizes Barrington Hills home  2/12/98 p.10
    Park district to get more control of riding center  2/19/98
        p.8
    Village announces summer road plan  3/26/98 p.14
    Hawthorne Lane/Rt. 59 intersection made safer  3/26/98 p.14
    Driver leads police on midnight chase  4/2/98 p.5
    Plum Tree Road becoming latest BH road controversy  4/2/98
        p.12
    Barrington Hills enacts bin law  4/9/98 p.6
    Plane crashes in MacArthur's field  4/16/98 p.7
    Road repair roster revised  5/14/98 p.9
    Barrington Hills trustees name appointments  6/4/98 p.6
    Children's World opening in Barrington Hills  6/11/98 p.121
    Third annual Tiffany classic polo match set for Saturday 
        6/18/98 p.7
    Three's a charm  6/25/98 p.7
    Resident helps reforest BH village hall property  6/25/98
        p.8
    Police officers' run raises funds for special athletes 
        6/25/98 p.9
    Common sense safety  6/25/98 p.91
    BH residents oppose Ridge Road widening  7/2/98 p.19
    BH woman robbed by man with knife  7/16/98 p.19
    Fuller:  Use Sears pact as leverage for border treaty 
        9/17/98 p.10
    Outdoor art studio  10/1/98 p.89
    Treasurer's report  10/15/98 p.101
    Christmas tree people will not cut it anymore  11/26/98 p.14
    Popular DARE officer quits Barrington Hills police force 
        12/10/98 p.9
 
BARRINGTON HURRICANES (SOFTBALL CLUB)                       
    Walker pitches 'Canes into national tournament  7/2/98 p.114
    Canes reject ASA National bid  7/16/98 p.112
    Extra frames don't prove extra special for 'Canes  8/6/98
        p.120
 
BARRINGTON ICE ARENA                                        
    Smooth operator  3/5/98 p.97
 
BARRINGTON ICE RINK                                         
    Proposed skating arena may put KOC hall on ice  8/27/98 p.12
 
BARRINGTON JUNIOR WOMEN'S CLUB                              
    Country charms  5/7/98 p.100
    Local Junior Women's Club names scholarship winners 
        7/16/98 p.30
 
BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL--PRAIRIE CAMPUS                    
    Honor roll  2/26/98 p.30
    Food for thought  3/19/98 p.35
    Kostick wit  4/23/98 p.29
    World Cup puts Prairie's language study on parade  5/28/98
        p.8
    Madam Magnifique  6/11/98 p.31
    Madam Sandburg's pupils pass the test  6/11/98 p.31
    Prairie addition's costs could creep  6/25/98 p.5
    Honor roll  7/23/98 p.32
    Computer upgrades set for both middle schools  7/30/98 p.10
    Roman renaissance  10/1/98 p.29
    Prairie school students honor vets  11/12/98 p.7
    Honor roll  12/10/98 p.31
 
BARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL--STATION CAMPUS                    
    Gotta have heart  1/8/98 p.23
    Ritalin is stolen from Station Middle School  2/12/98 p.8
    Nurse's office broken into again  2/26/98 p.6
    Honor roll  2/26/98 p.31
    Behavioral science  5/28/98 p.35
    Girl power  6/4/98 p.101
    Honor roll  7/23/98 p.33
    Computer upgrades set for both middle schools  7/30/98 p.10
    Special kind of teacher  9/24/98 p.31
    Roman renaissance  10/1/98 p.29
    Honor roll  12/10/98 p.30
    Horror of hurricane Mitch moves Station's Spanish students
        to act  12/17/98 p.31
 
BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT                                    
    Park board pushing NBS gym pact  1/22/98 p.6
    Park board seeking new special recreation deal  1/22/98 p.10
    Barrington Park District charting future course  2/19/98 p.7
    Citizen input being sought for long-range park plans 
        2/26/98 p.8
    Aqualusion will be name of new pool complex  3/19/98 p.7
    Langendorf Park wetland restoration plan proposed  4/2/98
        p.8
    Golf course developers seek park accord  4/9/98 p.14
    Good Shepherd, park district eye fitness center partnership
        4/16/98 p.12
    Park board studies plans for T'bird sports complex  4/23/98
        p.8
    Park board doesn't back proposal for Thunderbird  5/21/98
        p.8
    Barrington Park District adds fitness center to pool
        project  5/21/98 p.8
    Hospital, park district ink 20-year fitness center deal 
        6/18/98 p.13
    Pool opens Saturday  6/25/98 p.5
    Perfect day greets Aqualusion's debut  7/2/98 p.9
    Repairs cause temporary pool closing  7/23/98 p.6
    GSH donates $250,000 to park district  8/13/98 p.6
    Special recreation financing debated  8/27/98 p.13
    Bike path, indoor recreation are priorities for park
        district  9/17/98 p.8
    Park District states Thunderbird position  10/1/98 p.6
    Fitness center memberships available  10/22/98 p.6
    Partners hoping to reopen talks on Thunderbird plan 
        10/22/98 p.11
    Park District doesn't renew director's contract  11/12/98
        p.5
 
BARRINGTON PLACE                                            
    Barrington Place sold for $11 million  3/19/98 p.129
 
BARRINGTON SPORTSPLEX                                       
    SB park board eyes land for indoor ice arena, field house 
        4/23/98 p.8
 
BARRINGTON SUZUKI STRINGS                                   
    Suzuki Strings prepare for Italy trip  6/4/98 p.7
 
BARRINGTON SWIM CLUB                                        
    Silliman, Molzahn make splashes in Junior Olympic meet at
        UIC  3/19/98 p.143
    Life in the fast lanes  7/30/98 p.90
    Molzahn, Kleyn shine at State  7/30/98 p.117
    Relayers, Molzahn turn it up a notch at Junior Nationals 
        8/13/98 p.117
 
BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                   
    Town house plan may crowd corner  9/10/98 p.5
 
BARRINGTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH                          
    Methodist Church picks new organist and music director 
        4/30/98 p.13
    Residents mourning loss of Barrington landmark  10/29/98
        p.12
    Up from the ashes  11/5/98 p.8
    Congregation's history predates church building  11/5/98 p.9
    Church's rebuilding drive getting off to a good start 
        11/12/98 p.8
    Congregation's hopes still high  12/3/98 p.6
 
BARRINGTON VENTURE, LLC.                                    
    Senior housing hearing postponed  1/8/98 p.6
    Senior housing plan is scaled back  2/12/98 p.5
    Saturday showdown  3/5/98 p.5
    Panel:  reduce retirement complex plan  3/12/98 p.7
    Developers to present senior community redesign  4/2/98 p.7
    Appearance panel disputes plan commission's opinion  4/9/98
        p.8
    More compromises made to senior housing project  4/16/98
        p.10
    Village board reviews senior living proposal  4/30/98 p.8
    Height compromise is key for senior housing project 
        5/14/98 p.8
    Building height demonstration set  5/21/98 p.6
    Senior housing plan approved  5/28/98 p.5
    Senior housing has name:  Garlands of Barrington  9/10/98
        p.107
 
BARRINGTON VOLUNTEER CENTER                                 
    Barrington Volunteer Center opens its doors  4/9/98 p.7
 
BARRINGTON YOUTH DANCE ENSEMBLE                             
    Years of preparation go into Nutcracker performance 
        12/3/98 p.7
 
BARRINGTON YOUTH FOOTBALL CLUB                              
    Not just for boys  3/19/98 p.139
 
BARRINGTON, ILL.                                            
    Panel disapproves of townhouse plan  1/8/98 p.5
    Senior housing hearing postponed  1/8/98 p.6
    New village manager is ready to get started  1/8/98 p.9
    Credit rating boost may save village $491,579  1/15/98 p.7
    Village massage ordinance mulled  1/29/98 p.10
    Townhouse proposal is defeated  1/29/98 p.11
    Village honors Zydlo  1/12/98 p.6
    County considers preserve addition  2/12/98 p.6
    Barrington planning panel's power reaches new heights 
        2/12/98 p.8
    Impact fees help pay for parks, roads and schools  2/12/98
        p.18
    Barrington and Inverness reviewing police contract  2/19/98
        p.12
    PrimeCo antenna plan goes to village board  2/26/98 p.9
    Panel debates amenities in public safety building plan 
        2/26/98 p.9
    Saturday showdown  3/5/98 p.5
    Village informed of UARCO layoffs  3/5/98 p.6
    Police dispatch options debated  3/5/98 p.9
    Village gives final ok to church expansion  3/12/98 p.5
    Panel:  reduce retirement complex plan  3/12/98 p.7
    Community teams up to fight cancer  3/12/98 p.13
    From mastodons to mansions  3/12/98 p.102
    Village to discuss massage ordinance  3/19/98 p.6
    Police chief search nearing end  3/19/98 p.6
    Board balks at approving public safety building plan 
        3/19/98 p.12
    Board oks antenna on tower  3/19/98 p.12
    New 55-home subdivision proposed for Barrington  3/19/98
        p.14
    Plans for 13.5-mile bikeway get rolling  3/26/98 p.5
    Village board passes massage regulations  3/26/98 p.8
    Martet [sic] Center momentum building with new tenants 
        3/26/98 p.9
    Panel submits police chief pick  3/26/98 p.9
    Panel recommends ok of subdivision  3/26/98 p.12
    Developers to present senior community redesign  4/2/98 p.7
    Langendorf Park wetland restoration plan proposed  4/2/98
        p.8
    Officials:  water is still safe despite elevated lead level
        4/2/98 p.12
    Impact fees help growth pay its own way  4/2/98 p.18
    Appearance panel disputes plan commission's opinion  4/9/98
        p.8
    Board reaches decision on Public Safety Building  4/16/98
        p.7
    More compromises made to senior housing project  4/16/98
        p.10
    Board oks a tower, homes at Barrington and Dundee  4/16/98
        p.11
    Wild sides of town  4/16/98 p.104
    Barrington board poised to pass $18 million budget  4/23/98
        p.7
    Water department marks 100th year  4/30/98 p.6
    Village board reviews senior living proposal  4/30/98 p.8
    Height compromise is key for senior housing project 
        5/14/98 p.8
    Barrington board begins revision of regional plan  5/14/98
        p.9
    Village ready for Memorial Day  5/21/98 p.5
    Building height demonstration set  5/21/98 p.6
    Senior housing plan approved  5/28/98 p.5
    Barrington celebrates Memorial Day  5/28/98 p.7
    Barrington rallies around its first Relay for Life  6/4/98
        p.7
    No simple solutions to traffic problems  6/4/98 p.22
    Regional park plan in peril  6/18/98 p.5
    Panel endorses design ordinance  6/18/98 p.6
    Village construction timetables move up  6/25/98 p.5
    Tree preservation ordinance may be test of panel's timber 
        6/25/98 p.8
    Water system renovation will have residents seeing orange 
        6/25/98 p.10
    Ameritech proposal is tanked  6/25/98 p.27
    Barrington to improve sewage treatment  7/2/98 p.6
    Village to enforce new massage laws  7/2/98 p.7
    New panel prepares plan to revitalize hub  7/2/98 p.7
    Villages searching for soccer field sites  7/2/98 p.10
    Vets, anniversaries remembered  7/9/98 p.7
    Electronic map will assist area  7/9/98 p.12
    Panel is seeking slogan to promote Barrington  7/23/98 p.9
    Power outage makes for hectic day  8/6/98 p.6
    Retired teacher appointed to Village Board  8/13/98 p.7
    Water main break disrupts traffic  8/13/98 p.10
    Consultant hired for downtown planning  8/20/98 p.6
    Railroad crossing, signal, gates approved  9/3/98 p.6
    Barrington community foundation created  9/3/98 p.7
    Survey:  residents feel safe inside village of Barrington 
        9/3/98 p.10
    Panel endorses Shell plan  9/3/98 p.11
    Residents:  traffic congestion is biggest issue in
        Barrington  9/10/98 p.9
    Metricom seeking to provide wireless internet access here 
        9/10/98 p.11
    Senior housing has name:  Garlands of Barrington  9/10/98
        p.107
    Shell station plan is approved  9/17/98 p.10
    Downtown Chicago company moves offices to Barrington 
        9/17/98 p.111
    Plan panel pledges to improve  9/24/98 p.13
    Dispatch agency denies Barrington membership  10/1/98 p.14
    Panel mulling moratorium on new home construction  10/8/98
        p.12
    Board rejects proposed construction moratorium  10/22/98
        p.11
    Fitness center plan ok'd  10/22/98 p.26
    Treasurer's report  10/22/98 p.125
    Plan commission reopens village hall debate  11/5/98 p.12
    Village makes bike helmet law permanent  11/12/98 p.7
    Commissioners, neighbors wary of Route 14 rezoning 
        11/12/98 p.8
    Panel endorses AT&T pole's position  11/12/98 p.8
    Village ok's plans for BHS, Grove and Lines  11/12/98 p.9
    Price creep being seen in village hall project's costs 
        11/19/98 p.8
    Barrington ok's wireless internet rules  11/26/98 p.6
    Board debating whether to preserve Village Hall façade 
        11/26/98 p.8
    Two villages may put skating rinks on ice  12/3/98 p.5
    Barrington, LZ may link for dispatch services  12/3/98 p.13
    New village hall will have old façade  12/10/98 p.5
    Giving Day donations still sought  12/10/98 p.5
    Telephone tower screening plan satisfies neighbors 
        12/10/98 p.7
    Debate begins over rezoning Graft property on Route 14 
        12/10/98 p.9
    Village Hall to get bigger basement  12/17/98 p.9
    Trustees approve $1.6 million levy  12/17/98 p.9
    Giving Day effort helps hundreds  12/24/98 p.5
    Barrington job growth recovering from decade's hits 
        12/24/98 p.87
    Final village hall renovation plan approved  12/31/98 p.5
    Top ten stories  12/31/98 p.8
    Year in Review  12/31/98 p.10
 
BARRY, CHARLES                                              
    Property proprietors  1/1/98 p.77
 
BARRY, SUSAN                                                
    Property proprietors  1/1/98 p.77
 
BATEMAN RIDING CENTER                                       
    Park District proposal creating controversy  1/29/98 p.5
    Park District to get more control of riding center  2/19/98
        p.8
 
BATLINER, JASON                                             
    Red Ribbon winner  11/19/98 p.35
 
BAUER, MARION DANE                                          
    Writing rap  5/21/98 p.31
 
BAUER, NATALIE                                              
    Bauer imparts precious wisdom  5/14/98 p.123
 
BEAUBIEN, MARK                                              
    Both candidates touting their experience  10/29/98 p.9
    Beaubien wins again  11/5/98 p.10
 
BEESE, CAROL                                                
    Beese is honorary chair of cancer society's event  1/29/98
        p.8
 
BELL'S APPLE ORCHARD                                        
    Bell family fights to keep land 3/19/98 p.14
    Bell seeks villages' aid to keep orchard open  3/26/98 p.9
    Judge orders Bell family to leave  4/16/98 p.19
    Ruling may spell end of Bell family orchard  8/13/98 p.9
    Bell's dispute extends to ownership of apples  9/10/98 p.12
    The end of an era  9/24/98 p.7
    Bell's apple trees can be adopted  10/8/98 p.26
    Former Bell's owner tries to save remaining trees  10/29/98
        p.5
 
BERGGREN, ASHLEY                                            
    Chicago drafts Berggren  5/7/98 p.129
    Condor lands in Barrington  11/12/98 p.10
 
BERGMAN, ROBERT                                             
    State Representative Robert Bergman hospitalized after
        suicide try  12/17/98 p.8
    Bergman recovering in hospital  12/31/98 p.7
 
BERGMAN, SUSAN                                              
    Author explores memory in moving debut novel  5/21/98 p.B6
 
BERZINS, CHARLES A.                                         
    California police charge area man with sex crime  3/5/98 p.9
 
BICYCLING                                                   
    Plans for 13.5-mile bikeway get rolling  3/26/98 p.5
    Cops continue bike safety awards  4/30/98 p.9
    Bike path project gets rolling  10/1/98 p.6
    Barrington bikeways--a dream coming true  10/1/98 p.18
 
BIG MOUTH TALENT                                            
    Star matter:  Barrington native helps turn talent into fame
        4/30/98 p.B3
 
BILTMORE COUNTRY CLUB (SWIM TEAM)                           
    Pooling resources  7/30/98 p.91
 
BISHOP SHOCKLEY (MUSICAL GROUP)                             
    Barrington rocks  12/3/98 p.111
 
BLANCHETTE, RONALD                                          
    Park official faces felony theft charge  2/19/98 p.5
    Park District investigate misappropriation  3/5/98 p.5
    Blanchette's home set for auction  3/5/98 p.7
    Blanchette trial date set  3/12/98 p.6
    Blanchette pleads not guilty  4/9/98 p.9
    Former park district official pleads guilty  12/31/98 p.14
 
BLAZINO, ROCCO R.                                           
    Major supplier of pot arrested  11/5/98 p.26
 
BLETZINGER, JASON                                           
    Special kind of teacher  9/24/98 p.31
 
BLOMQUIST, AMY E.                                           
    Lake Barrington woman is charged with robbery  9/10/98 p.11
 
BOLSER, CHARLES, REV.                                       
    Father, farewell  7/2/98 p.26
 
BOONIE AWARDS                                               
    1997 Boonie Awards  1/1/98 p.B5
 
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA                                       
    Scouts fighting against hunger  4/2/98 p.35
 
BRAINERD, DOROTHY                                           
    Couple celebrates 50th anniversary  9/3/98 p.92
 
BRAINERD, FRANK                                             
    Couple celebrates 50th anniversary  9/3/98 p.92
 
BRANCAMP, VERN                                              
    Vern's Taxidermy, Vern Brancamp, owner  12/10/98 p.117
 
BRANSTRATOR, DONN P.                                        
    Retired teacher appointed to Village Board  8/13/98 p.7
 
BREAUDER, ARLENE                                            
    Friends recall wonderful life of Barrington's cake lady 
        12/10/98 p.110
 
BREUDER, ROBERT                                             
    Breuder is named Harper president  1/22/98 p.28
    Getting down to business  3/26/98 p.27
 
BRINCKERHOFF, RICK                                          
    Barrington rocks  12/3/98 p.111
 
BROOKS, DONALD                                              
    Chicago man is arrested with cocaine at Motel 6  3/19/98
        p.30
 
BROUGHT, BILL                                               
    South Barrington resident finds wetland war draining 
        12/10/98 p.8
 
BROWN, EMILY                                                
    Team concept key to Brown's game  6/18/98 p.131
 
BROWN, MIKE                                                 
    Carving out his niche  11/5/98 p.B3
 
BRUNKA, SUSAN                                               
    Molzahn, Brunka, Martell, Freeman earn state berths 
        11/19/98 p.141
 
BRYNES, PAUL                                                
    Brynes' talents run to art and science  1/8/98 p.B3
 
BUCKHAVEN (LAND SUBDIVISION)                                
    Property proprietors  1/1/98 p.77
 
BUEHLER YMCA                                                
    Buehler's skate park on road to completion  7/9/98 p.22
    Buehler YMCA skating park to open  8/20/98 p.5
 
BURKE, LORNE                                                
    Mac's Snow Removal, Lorne Burke, owner  12/17/98 p.117
 
BURTON ASSOCIATES LTD.                                      
    Former Barrington Hills resident facing federal mail fraud
        charge  12/17/98 p.8
    Cooper pleads guilty to fraud  12/31/98 p.6
 
BUSINESS                                                    
    Career outlook  5/7/98 p.119
    Community investment  5/14/98 p.115
    Cook taxpayers picked up tab for HMO denials  5/21/98 p.115
    Illinois lags behind other states in move toward Medicaid
        HMOs  5/21/98 p.115
    Report:  Construction down but still strong during 1997 
        5/28/98 p.126
    When nature calls, arborists respond  6/4/98 p.119
    Algonquin preparing to market its business park  11/26/98
        p.105
    Survey:  Lake County job growth explosive  12/24/98 p.87
    Barrington job growth recovering from decade's hits 
        12/24/98 p.87
 
BUSINESS ENTERPRISES                                        
    Restaurant loses lease  1/1/98 p.6
    Gotta Write Network, Denise Fleischer, owner  1/8/98 p.85
    Plastic Surgery and Laser Center  1/15/98 p.85
    Longneck Ranch; Bob and Sarah Sophie, owners  1/22/98 p.101
    L.A. Sax  1/29/98 p.101
    Contemporary Aquarium Services; Dennis McCarthy, owner 
        3/5/98 p.105
    Mercury Cruiselines; Bob and Holly Agra, owners  7/2/98
        p.103
    Market Facts; Tom Payne, president  7/9/98 p.103
    Debbijo's Hair Design, Debbijo Jonas, owner  7/16/98 p.103
    Inslide Tackle, Dave Warwak, owner  7/23/98 p.113
    Tootsies; Nick Fletcher, owner  8/6/98 p.111
    American Chartered Bank; Robert Riter, chairman  8/20/98
        p.107
    CTI Industries Corp. buys building on Pepper Road  9/3/98
        p.102
    New Age Transportation; Carolyn Gable, owner  9/17/98 p.109
    Downtown Chicago company moves offices to Barrington 
        9/17/98 p.111
    Dalzell & Co. Fine & Antique Jewelry; Jennifer and Steven
        Dalzell, owners  10/22/98 p.130
    Correction to story of 10/22/98  10/29/98 p.6
    Peter Daniel; Peter Hammond, owner  11/26/98 p.103
    Vern's Taxidermy, Vern Brancamp, owner  12/10/98 p.117
    Mac's Snow Removal, Lorne Burke, owner  12/17/98 p.117
    Wildflower Continental Bistro; Troy and Holly Hagen, owners
        12/31/98 p.75
 
CACCAVALE, FRANCES                                          
    Chicago woman killed in Route 59 car crash  5/7/98 p.8
 
CAMERON ASHLEY                                              
    New roofs are on the house  5/28/98 p.6
 
CAMPBELL, SHANNON                                           
    Police praise man for help in arrest  7/9/98 p.9
 
CARY, ILL.                                                  
    Cary cops arrest 17 at party Saturday  4/9/98 p.27
    Police arrest dozen in vandalism cases  7/16/98 p.19
 
CASTEN, SHAWN                                               
    Barrington man critical after car crash  11/5/98 p.13
    DUI charges against girl in Nov. 2 crash dismissed 
        11/26/98 p.18
 
CHASAN, DOW                                                 
    Getting a grip  7/23/98 p.119
 
CHATMAN, STEVEN D.                                          
    Schaumburg Police:  man rigged his vehicle to look like a
        cop car  4/30/98 p.22
 
CHICAGO ANIMAL RIGHTS COALITION                             
    Rodeo weekend was a bumpy ride  7/16/98 p.12
 
CHICAGO BULLS (BASKETBALL CLUB)                             
    Fans cheer six-time champs  6/18/98 p.26
 
CHICAGO FREEZE (HOCKEY CLUB)                                
    Heating up the Freeze  4/16/98 p.130
 
CHICAGO METROPOLITAN JAZZ ORCHESTRA                         
    King of swing  2/26/98 p.B3
 
CHILD CARE COALITION OF LAKE COUNTY                         
    Coalition working for day care improvement  7/9/98 p.26
 
CHILDREN'S WORLD                                            
    Children's World opening in Barrington Hills  6/11/98 p.121
 
CHRACA, ANDRZEJ                                             
    Man offers pot for car  1/15/98 p.12
 
CHURCH LANDSCAPE                                            
    Swan posse--not just pretty faces  4/16/98 p.121
 
CHURCH, CHARLES                                             
    Historic Penny Road homestead lives on  12/3/98 p.112
 
CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE                                 
    CAC lists school rehab recommendations  1/1/98 p.7
    Referendum estimates are $3.9 million apart  1/8/98 p.8
    School board to honor CAC volunteers  1/22/98 p.6
 
CITIZENS FOR CONSERVATION                                   
    Natural landscaping idea gains ground  2/12/98 p.7
    Tree-mendous effort  3/5/98 p.90
    Mortimer honored by CFC  4/2/98 p.112
    CFC showcases Flint Creek work  7/2/98 p.11
    CFC celebrates successful savanna salvation  7/23/98 p.5
    Wildlife would be displaced  7/30/98 p.107
 
CITIZENS FOR EDUCATION                                      
    Referendum is subject of spirited CFE forum  2/19/98 p.9
 
CITIZENS FOR SELF-DETERMINATION                             
    Casino opponents fear veto session  11/12/98 p.26
 
CLARK, JEFFREY                                              
    Barrington store stops selling adult magazines  1/15/98 p.13
 
CLAYTON, VERNA                                              
    Clayton endorses Mathias  3/12/98 p.33
 
COLE, GARY                                                  
    Sweet rolls  7/16/98 p.B3
 
COLETTO, SANDI                                              
    Woman's marathon runs raise money for leukemia research 
        10/22/98 p.10
 
COLLAGE (SWING CHOIR)                                       
    Weather report [Collage swing choir]  5/14/98 p.30
 
COLLIER, GAIL                                               
    Getting to the point  9/24/98 p.93
 
COMMONWEALTH EDISON                                         
    ComEd needs help in preventing blackouts  7/2/98 p.12
    Trees often culprits in power blackouts  7/2/98 p.13
    Mayors tell ComEd better communication is needed  9/17/98
        p.14
 
COMPREHENSIBLE AFFORDABLE PLAN FOR EDUCATION                
    CAPE 2 formed to push referendum  1/29/98 p.5
    CAPE'S crusade begins  2/5/98 p.24
 
CONGREGATION BETH AM                                        
    Congregation seeks new home  5/28/98 p.19
 
CONTEMPORARY AQUARIUM SERVICES                              
    Contemporary Aquarium Services; Dennis McCarthy, owner 
        3/5/98 p.105
 
CONTOIS, DUANE, REV.                                        
    Church welcomes new pastor  1/29/98 p.87
 
COOK COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT                        
    County considers preserve addition  2/12/98 p.6
    Prairie restoration plan debated  8/6/98 p.10
    Forest preserve purchase would connect greenway  12/10/98
        p.10
    County nest egg could help restore Bakers Lake island 
        12/31/98 p.7
 
COOK COUNTY, ILL.                                           
    Cook taxpayers picked up tab for HMO denials  5/21/98 p.115
    Assessment protests cause delays in mailing tax bills 
        8/13/98 p.11
    Residents give assessor an earful at tax forums  10/15/98
        p.107
    Leaf-burning being curtailed  11/19/98 p.116
 
COOKSY, CATHERINE                                           
    Stranger saves woman's life  1/8/98 p.7
 
COOPER, JAMES D. III                                        
    Former Barrington Hills resident facing federal mail fraud
        charge  12/17/98 p.8
    Cooper pleads guilty to fraud  12/31/98 p.6
 
CORONET INSURANCE                                           
    Bell family fights to keep land 3/19/98 p.14
 
COUNTRYSIDE SCHOOL                                          
    Students get in tune with America  5/7/98 p.7
    Countryside kindergartners have a ball  5/14/98 p.7
    Otis to retire after 35 years as Countryside PE teacher 
        5/14/98 p.10
    Kids learn reading necessary skill for survival as an adult
        6/4/98 p.12
    Bazaar gives school international flavor  6/4/98 p.13
    Parting company  7/16/98 p.30
    Correction to story of 7/16/98  7/23/98 p.6
 
COX, ED                                                     
    Resignation rocks district  3/26/98 p.21
 
CRABTREE NATURE CENTER                                      
    Bird watchers spotting fewer migrating species at Crabtree 
        5/14/98 p.11
 
CRAMER, CAROL                                               
    Bearing the pain  11/5/98 p.123
 
CRANDALL, DAVID J., DR.                                     
    Couple settle for $3.9 million from Good Shepherd, doctor 
        10/8/98 p.12
 
CRANE, PHILIP M.                                            
    Crane pushes tax break  1/8/98 p.10
    Phil Crane reacts to Clinton's speech  1/29/98 p.14
    Crane eyes chairmanship in 2001, but it's not certain 
        2/5/98 p.10
    Crane, McSweeney trade accusations in a heated debate 
        3/5/98 p.12
    The 8th Congressional District Republican primary  3/5/98
        p.13
    Crane, McSweeney hitting home stretch  3/12/98 p.22
    Phil Crane wins a bitter victory  3/19/98 p.9
    Crane promotes flat tax during Barrington visit  5/7/98 p.10
    Democrats find conservative to challenge Crane in the fall 
        5/7/98 p.10
    Crane backs latest bill to reform health care  8/13/98 p.21
    Crane:  Congress will ok trade package, tax relief  8/20/98
        p.8
    Phil Crane's challenger has unorthodox views on crime 
        10/8/98 p.10
    Crane favors medical savings; opponent backs bidding plan 
        10/15/98 p.10
    Crane coasts on fast-track to victory  11/5/98 p.11
 
CREATIVE CHILDREN'S ACADEMY                                 
    Creative capacity  9/17/98 p.91
 
CRESSEY, BRYAN C.                                           
    Barrington residents enter entrepreneur hall of fame 
        2/26/98 p.105
 
CRIME AND CRIMINALS                                         
    Man offers pot for car  1/15/98 p.12
    Christmas grinch prompting an anti-scavenger ordinance 
        1/22/98 p.10
    Thief takes items from unlocked vehicles  1/29/98 p.13
    Ritalin is stolen from Station Middle School  2/12/98 p.8
    Scam artist burglarizes Barrington Hills home  2/12/98 p.10
    Park official faces felony theft charge  2/19/98 p.5
    Nurse's office broken into again  2/26/98 p.6
    Park District investigates misappropriation  3/5/98 p.5
    Blanchette's home set for auction  3/5/98 p.7
    California police charge area man with sex crime  3/5/98 p.9
    Information about attack in Deer Grove is sought  3/5/98 p.9
    Blanchette trial date set  3/12/98 p.6
    Elgin man arrested in South Barrington  3/19/98 p.6
    Chicago man is arrested with cocaine at Motel 6  3/19/98
        p.30
    Cops nab SB home invasion suspects  3/19/98 p.31
    Wisconsin man escapes attack  3/26/98 p.23
    Driver leads police on midnight chase  4/2/98 p.5
    Smoke bombs ignited at AMC's new theaters  4/2/98 p.9
    Burglars break into cars in theater's parking lot  4/2/98
        p.9
    Cops arrest 21 at party  4/2/98 p.11
    Blanchette pleads not guilty  4/9/98 p.9
    Cary cops arrest 17 at party Saturday  4/9/98 p.27
    South Barrington man accused of attack  4/23/98 p.6
    Schaumburg Police:  man rigged his vehicle to look like a
        cop car  4/30/98 p.22
    Difficult task:  local fourth-graders analyze Arkansas
        school yard shootings  4/30/98 p.34
    Man charged with taking illicit photos of shoppers  5/14/98
        p.26
    Bank robber gets a 17 1/2-year sentence  6/18/98 p.24
    Police nab robbery suspect  7/2/98 p.5
    Carjackers strike in Fox Point  7/9/98 p.5
    Police praise man for help in arrest  7/9/98 p.9
    Strip club owner protests judgment  7/9/98 p.13
    BH woman robbed by man with knife  7/16/98 p.19
    Police arrest dozen in vandalism cases  7/16/98 p.19
    Cops arrest teens  7/16/98 p.19
    HW cops arrest teens at party  7/30/98 p.12
    Man pleads guilty to robberies  7/30/98 p.23
    Teens arrested in pot bust  8/13/98 p.23
    Cops break up two underage drinking parties in Inverness 
        8/20/98 p.9
    Purse snatched in parking lot  8/27/98 p.14
    Lake Barrington woman is charged with robbery  9/10/98 p.11
    Man sentenced in sex assault case  9/10/98 p.21
    Cops charge church mentor with battery  9/17/98 p.13
    One massage parlor closes, another one faces charges 
        9/24/98 p.8
    Lexus taken from country club lot  9/24/98 p.8
    Massage parlors get day in court  10/8/98 p.5
    Marquette's accuser planning more legal action  10/15/98
        p.11
    Major supplier of pot arrested  11/5/98 p.26
    Sharp sentencing Tuesday  11/19/98 p.6
    DUI charges against girl in Nov. 2 crash dismissed 
        11/26/98 p.18
    State helicopter, county canines used to capture battery
        suspect  12/3/98 p.8
    Former BHS assistant trainer will appeal felony conviction 
        12/10/98 p.10
    Police hunting bold burglars  12/10/98 p.11
    Former Barrington Hills resident facing federal mail fraud
        charge  12/17/98 p.8
    Cooper pleads guilty to fraud  12/31/98 p.6
    Former park district official pleads guilty  12/31/98 p.14
 
CRISTOPHALOS, MICHAEL                                       
    Strip club owner protests judgment  7/9/98 p.13
 
CTI INDUSTRIES CORPORATION                                  
    CTI Industries Corp. buys building on Pepper Road  9/3/98
        p.102
 
CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                         
    Assessment roll corrections  3/19/98 p.130
    Cuba Township residents to be polled on park plan  9/17/98
        p.8
    Regional soccer field proposal may take a hike  10/15/98 p.7
    Assessment roll  11/5/98 p.118
    Delinquencies  11/19/98 p.126
 
CUSHWA, DAVID                                               
    Terrific tandem  7/23/98 p.103
 
CUSHWA, KATIE                                               
    Terrific tandem  7/23/98 p.103
 
DALITSCH, CAROL                                             
    Homecoming horsemanship is this family's fall tradition 
        10/1/98 p.10
 
DALZELL & CO. FINE & ANTIQUE JEWELRY                        
    Dalzell & Co. Fine & Antique Jewelry; Jennifer and Steven
        Dalzell, owners  10/22/98 p.130
    Correction to story of 10/22/98  10/29/98 p.6
 
DALZELL, JENNIFER J.                                        
    Dalzell & Co. Fine & Antique Jewelry; Jennifer and Steven
        Dalzell, owners  10/22/98 p.130
    Correction to story of 10/22/98  10/29/98 p.6
 
DALZELL, STEVEN                                             
    Dalzell & Co. Fine & Antique Jewelry; Jennifer and Steven
        Dalzell, owners  10/22/98 p.130
    Correction to story of 10/22/98  10/29/98 p.6
 
DANCERS (NIGHT CLUB)                                        
    Club owners challenge county anti-nudity law  3/5/98 p.10
    Club owner's attorney claiming harassment  3/5/98 p.10
    Strip club owner protests judgment  7/9/98 p.13
 
DAVIS, ALAN M.                                              
    R&D center is named after Barrington man  1/15/98 p.87
 
DEBBIJO'S HAIR DESIGN                                       
    Debbijo's Hair Design, Debbijo Jonas, owner  7/16/98 p.103
 
DEDMAN, MARIANNE                                            
    Massage parlors get day in court  10/8/98 p.5
    Judge lifts injunction, Paradise Spa reopens  11/26/98 p.8
 
DEER GROVE FOREST PRESERVE                                  
    Information about attack in Deer Grove is sought  3/5/98 p.9
    Experts to assess Deer grove trails  8/6/98 p.11
 
DEER GROVE WEST COOK COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE                 
    Crews battle high winds to douse Deer Grove fires  4/2/98
        p.9
 
DEER PARK TOWN CENTER (SHOPPING CENTER)                     
    Deer Park shopping center proposed  1/22/98 p.5
    North Barrington officials react to Deer Park proposal 
        1/22/98 p.9
    Residents hear development details  2/5/98 p.5
    Deer Park, Kildeer officials discuss boundary and
        revenue-sharing pact  2/5/98 p.5
    Board mulls master plan for triangle properties  2/19/98 p.8
    Retail developer meeting deferred  3/5/98 p.8
    Developers return to Deer Park  4/2/98 p.6
    Residents worried development will create traffic jams 
        4/9/98 p.5
    Approval of retail center recommended  5/7/98 p.5
    Deer Park approves development plan  5/14/98 p.5
    Residents feel left out of development debate  6/18/98 p.8
    Residents rally against Deer Park retail center  7/16/98 p.8
    Palatine might ship water to Deer Park  7/16/98 p.8
    Lawyer hired to fight development  7/23/98 p.5
    Triangle development may put pressure on fire district 
        7/30/98 p.8
    Attorney looks for way to block development  7/30/98 p.8
    Township may block development  8/13/98 p.5
    Township won't fight Deer Park annexation  8/27/98 p.11
    Deer Park development may get Palatine water  9/17/98 p.11
    Residents concerned about emergency response times  9/24/98
        p.10
    Development decision delayed  10/29/98 p.6
 
DEER PARK, ILL.                                             
    Deer Park shopping center proposed  1/22/98 p.5
    North Barrington officials react to Deer Park proposal 
        1/22/98 p.9
    Changes come to Deer Park  1/29/98 p.9
    Residents hear development details  2/5/98 p.5
    Deer Park, Kildeer officials discuss boundary and
        revenue-sharing pact  2/5/98 p.5
    Board mulls master plan for triangle properties  2/19/98 p.8
    Retail developer meeting deferred  3/5/98 p.8
    Developers return to Deer Park  4/2/98 p.6
    Residents worried development will create traffic jams 
        4/9/98 p.5
    Residents:  Movie theater will create traffic delays 
        4/16/98 p.8
    Deer Park could double police protection hours  4/23/98 p.9
    Effects of growth examined  4/23/98 p.9
    Approval of retail center recommended  5/7/98 p.5
    Deer Park approves development plan  5/14/98 p.5
    Residents feel left out of development debate  6/18/98 p.8
    Officials hear another proposal for triangle  6/18/98 p.8
    Residents rally against Deer Park retail center  7/16/98 p.8
    Palatine might ship water to Deer Park  7/16/98 p.8
    Lawyer hired to fight development  7/23/98 p.5
    Triangle development may put pressure on fire district 
        7/30/98 p.8
    Attorney looks for way to block development  7/30/98 p.8
    Township may block development  8/13/98 p.5
    Township won't fight Deer Park annexation  8/27/98 p.11
    Bolt of lightning ignites fire in attic  8/27/98 p.18
    Kildeer cops taking over Deer Park beat  9/3/98 p.10
    Deer Park development may get Palatine water  9/17/98 p.11
    Office complex proposed for the Deer Park triangle  9/17/98
        p.11
    Kizior appointed to DP village board  9/24/98 p.6
    Residents concerned about emergency response times  9/24/98
        p.10
    Developer eyes 6.4-acre Deer Park triangle parcel  9/24/98
        p.10
    Development decision delayed  10/29/98 p.6
    Village consultants study 6.4-acre office-retail plan 
        11/12/98 p.24
    Heart failure leads to fatal one-car accident  11/19/98 p.23
    DP panel to hear Hamilton Partners plan  12/10/98 p.6
    Kennedy group abandons Deer Park plan  12/17/98 p.6
    Deer Park triangle office park proposal revised  12/24/98
        p.5
 
DEGNER, JEFF                                                
    Barrington man facilitates medical mission of mercy 
        12/10/98 p.99
    Degner returns from Nicaragua mission  12/17/98 p.7
 
DEL RE, GARY                                                
    Heart surgery puts Del Re in hospital as election nears 
        2/26/98 p.14
    Gary Del Re wins Lake County race  3/19/98 p.13
    Del Re, Runyard run mud-free campaigns  10/8/98 p.11
    Del Re cleans up in mud-free sheriff campaign  11/5/98 p.7
 
DERICKSON, KYLE                                             
    Quite the catch  8/27/98 p.101
    Derickson, defense step up  11/12/98 p.123
 
DIDRICKSON, LOLETA                                          
    Fitzgerald, Didrickson vie for conservative mantle  2/26/98
        p.13
 
DOG TRACKS (RESTAURANT)                                     
    Restaurant loses lease  1/1/98 p.6
 
DOHERTY, JANE                                               
    Special deliveries  8/6/98 p.91
 
DOMINICAN UNIVERSITY                                        
    Dominican University building new technology center  9/3/98
        p.31
 
DONNER, DONNA                                               
    Parting company  7/16/98 p.30
 
DRUG ABUSE                                                  
    Low numbers may spell doom for ABCDE program  7/16/98 p.7
 
DRUG ABUSE RESISTANCE EDUCATION                             
    Study questions worth of drug education class  4/2/98 p.10
    Cops:  DARE alone won't deter kids  4/2/98 p.10
 
DUBIEL, ERIC                                                
    Libertarian loses ballot fight in 54th House race  10/8/98
        p.28
 
DURBIN, DICK                                                
    Durbin accepts SB student's graduation ceremony invite 
        6/25/98 p.12
 
EDUCATION                                                   
    Totally awesome subject  2/12/98 p.29
    Curriculum controversy  4/23/98 p.5
    Sex ed speaker defends discussion of condoms  4/23/98 p.10
    Recommendations given  4/23/98 p.10
    Literacy:  the Language for Life  6/4/98 p.10
    Illiteracy still a lingering problem  6/4/98 p.12
    Kids learn reading necessary skill for survival as an adult
        6/4/98 p.12
    Vague standards lead to state's new test  11/19/98 p.11
    Lawmakers want higher no pass, no play standard  12/17/98
        p.128
 
EDWARDS, TONY                                               
    Cops charge church mentor with battery  9/17/98 p.13
 
EINSTEIN BROTHERS (RESTAURANT)                              
    Restaurant pitches in to defray prom costs  4/16/98 p.13
 
ELA FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS                                    
    Music, culture meet at Ela arts festival  9/10/98 p.7
    Fest to have local color  9/10/98 p.8
 
ELA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                          
    Assessment roll corrections  3/19/98 p.119
    Delinquencies  11/19/98 p.120
    Assessment roll  12/3/98 p.L2
 
ELA YMCA                                                    
    Ela YMCA still needs to raise $2.1 million  10/22/98 p.30
 
ELECTIONS                                                   
    School referendum put on ballot  1/15/98 p.5
    Referendum push begins  1/15/98 p.8
    Harper likely to hold 1999 referendum  1/22/98 p.29
    CAPE 2 formed to push referendum  1/29/98 p.5
    Referendum backers chart community outreach plan  2/5/98 p.9
    Crane eyes chairmanship in 2001, but it's not certain 
        2/5/98 p.10
    Ivancic hopes to defend interests, investments  2/5/98 p.12
    Mathias:  experience will serve district best  2/5/98 p.13
    CAPE'S crusade begins  2/5/98 p.24
    Ryan painting himself as consensus builder  2/12/98 p.9
    Koppie draws his support from conservative groups  2/12/98
        p.9
    Riefenberg:  State should privatize some agencies  2/12/98
        p.12
    Salvi says his campaign is based on fresh ideas  2/12/98
        p.13
    Harper plans referendum in February 1999 primary  2/19/98
        p.5
    Referendum is subject of spirited CFE forum  2/19/98 p.9
    J. Roeser crusades against District 300's referendum 
        2/19/98 p.9
    Illinois Governor:  The Democratic Party primary  2/19/98
        p.10
    Two Republicans vie for Siebel's county post  2/26/98 p.11
    Fitzgerald, Didrickson vie for conservative mantle  2/26/98
        p.13
    Heart surgery puts Del Re in hospital as election nears 
        2/26/98 p.14
    Challenger touting career experience  2/26/98 p.14
    Crane, McSweeney trade accusations in a heated debate 
        3/5/98 p.12
    The 8th Congressional District Republican primary  3/5/98
        p.13
    Not quiet as it seems  3/5/98 p.29
    Advisory question put on ballot  3/12/98 p.8
    President's race focuses on ethics, budget  3/12/98 p.11
    Candidates discuss ways to handle growth  3/12/98 p.12
    Voters guide  3/12/98 p.16
    Crane, McSweeney hitting home stretch  3/12/98 p.22
    Klemm proud of welfare, education bills  3/12/98 p.24
    Magnus calls for return to GOP platform  3/12/98 p.25
    Clayton endorses Mathias  3/12/98 p.33
    Judge candidates cluttering ballots  3/12/98 p.34
    What referendum bonds will pay for  3/12/98 p.35
    Voters ok referendum  3/19/98 p.5
    Election results  3/19/98 p.5
    Stroger trounces Sutker  3/19/98 p.8
    Goslin defeats Stephan in tight Cook County race  3/19/98
        p.8
    Phil Crane wins a bitter victory  3/19/98 p.9
    Klemm tops Magnus  3/19/98 p.10
    Mathias wins 4-man race  3/19/98 p.10
    Skinner wins close contest  3/19/98 p.10
    Fitzgerald's spending seen as key to victory  3/19/98 p.11
    Gary Del Re wins Lake County race  3/19/98 p.13
    Nygren tops Sanders  3/19/98 p.13
    Two referendums shared support  3/26/98 p.7
    Cal back on the job after narrow victory  3/26/98 p.13
    Democrats find conservative to challenge Crane in the fall 
        5/7/98 p.10
    Sheriff candidate is slated  5/21/98 p.13
    Sid Mathias will run unopposed  5/28/98 p.28
    Harper board picks February for referendum  7/30/98 p.11
    Community voices, election choices '98  10/1/98 p.9
    Community voices, election choices '98  10/8/98 p.9
    Phil Crane's challenger has unorthodox views on crime 
        10/8/98 p.10
    Del Re, Runyard run mud-free campaigns  10/8/98 p.11
    County anti-crime efforts need more coordination  10/8/98
        p.11
    Libertarian loses ballot fight in 54th House race  10/8/98
        p.28
    Community voices, election choices '98  10/15/98 p.9
    County candidates split over new hospital's role  10/15/98
        p.10
    Crane favors medical savings; opponent backs bidding plan 
        10/15/98 p.10
    Clerk candidates compare records  10/15/98 p.11
    Candidates pledging open communication  10/15/98 p.21
    Community voices, election choices '98  10/22/98 p.9
    Bar associations rate judicial candidates  10/29/98 p.7
    Health care, judicial review referendums on ballot 
        10/29/98 p.7
    Communication is key in legislative race  10/29/98 p.9
    Both candidates touting their experience  10/29/98 p.9
    Voters Guide  10/29/98 p.13
    Murphy, McAfee vie for new county post  10/29/98 p.18
    Fitzgerald wins Senate seat  11/5/98 p.5
    Election results  11/5/98 p.5
    Helander outlasts Hess  11/5/98 p.7
    Del Re cleans up in mud-free sheriff campaign  11/5/98 p.7
    Beaubien wins again  11/5/98 p.10
    Cal Skinner is re-elected despite divorce debate  11/5/98
        p.10
    Crane coasts on fast-track to victory  11/5/98 p.11
    Greg Goslin take county board seat  11/5/98 p.11
    Skidmore wins treasurer race  11/5/98 p.18
    GOP domination undiminished  11/19/98 p.26
    Harper College referendum will be on April 13 ballots 
        12/17/98 p.9
 
ELGIN, JOLIET AND EASTERN RAILROAD                          
    Railroad crossing, signal, gates approved  9/3/98 p.6
 
ENGLE, CLYDE                                                
    Bell family fights to keep land 3/19/98 p.14
 
ENSSLIN, DAVE                                               
    Barrington rocks  12/3/98 p.111
 
ENVIRONMENT                                                 
    Contaminants linger in fish we eat  6/18/98 p.102
 
ETON PARK                                                   
    NB expands Eton playground  3/12/98 p.6
 
EVEREN SECURITIES, INC.                                     
    Library gets gift from Everen Securities, Inc.  12/17/98
        p.119
 
FAUST, ANGELA                                               
    Girls stepping out with Irish dancing  2/19/98 p.7
 
FINLEY, CREIG                                               
    Finley, Broncos soar in season opener  3/12/98 p.135
    Finley flies to vault championship at MSL meet  5/7/98 p.127
    Finley flashes state-winning vault  5/21/98 p.123
 
FIRES                                                       
    Tree lights may have started fire  1/15/98 p.7
    Crews battle high winds to douse Deer Grove fires  4/2/98
        p.9
    Fire hits while owners vacation in Wisconsin  5/28/98 p.10
    Fire guts house month before owners move in  5/28/98 p.11
    Two homes damaged by blazes during weekend  7/9/98 p.22
    Kitchen fire damages South Barrington home  8/6/98 p.7
    People injured, pets die in Saturday morning fire  8/6/98
        p.14
    Homeowners on vacation as house catches on fire  8/20/98 p.9
    Bolt of lightning ignites fire in attic  8/27/98 p.18
    Residents mourning loss of Barrington landmark  10/29/98
        p.12
    Sheriff is investigating Huggin' on Higgins fire  12/3/98
        p.14
    Barn burns in garbage fire  12/24/98 p.6
    Sheriff's deputy saves dogs from fire  12/31/98 p.7
 
FITZGERALD, JOYCE THOMPSON                                  
    County candidates split over new hospital's role  10/15/98
        p.10
 
FITZGERALD, PETER                                           
    Fitzgerald, Didrickson vie for conservative mantle  2/26/98
        p.13
    Fitzgerald's spending seen as key to victory  3/19/98 p.11
    Fitzgerald wins Senate seat  11/5/98 p.5
 
FLEISCHER, DENISE                                           
    Gotta Write Network, Denise Fleischer, owner  1/8/98 p.85
 
FLETCHER, NICK                                              
    Tootsies; Nick Fletcher, owner  8/6/98 p.111
 
FLINT CREEK                                                 
    Flint Creek making the grade  2/12/98 p.7
    Flint Creek is vital natural resource  7/2/98 p.18
 
FLINT CREEK FARMS (LAND SUBDIVISION)                        
    Board changes street's name  5/7/98 p.9
 
FLINT CREEK GREENWAY                                        
    Flint Creek greenway proposed  3/26/98 p.106
 
FLINT CREEK SAVANNA                                         
    CFC showcases Flint Creek work  7/2/98 p.11
    CFC celebrates successful savanna salvation  7/23/98 p.5
 
FLINT CREEK/GRASSY LAKE FOREST PRESERVE                     
    Path proposed for preserve  4/9/98 p.9
 
FORET, LOREN                                                
    Name nomination gets girl ride to school in fire engine 
        9/17/98 p.9
 
FOX POINT DOLPHINS (SWIM CLUB)                              
    Life in the fast lanes  7/30/98 p.90
 
FOX RIVER GROVE, ILL.                                       
    Plan could put new subdivision inside Roslyn Road School
        area  1/29/98 p.8
    New subdivision may affect District 220 redistricting plan 
        3/26/98 p.10
    Windy City Balloon Port  6/11/98 p.118
    Village's redevelopment efforts may doom independent grocer
        9/3/98 p.13
 
FOX RIVER PRESERVE                                          
    Camper controversy  9/17/98 p.7
 
FRANCESCATTI, BARRETT                                       
    Answer man  1/15/98 p.75
 
FREDERICKS, CHRISTOPHER                                     
    Elgin man arrested in South Barrington  3/19/98 p.6
 
FREEMAN, HEIDI                                              
    Molzahn, Brunka, Martell, Freeman earn state berths 
        11/19/98 p.141
 
FULLER, WARREN                                              
    Fuller:  Use Sears pact as leverage for border treaty 
        9/17/98 p.10
 
GABLE, CAROLYN                                              
    New Age Transportation; Carolyn Gable, owner  9/17/98 p.109
 
GALL, KEVIN                                                 
    Nielsen, Kleyn, and Gall win titles  2/19/98 p.102
 
GALVIN, ROBERT W.                                           
    Barrington residents enter entrepreneur hall of fame 
        2/26/98 p.105
 
GARLANDS OF BARRINGTON (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)            
    Senior housing has name:  Garlands of Barrington  9/10/98
        p.107
    The Garlands info center celebrates grand opening  11/12/98
        p.116
 
GEIST, GLANN R.                                             
    Ex-brother-in-law replies to Skinner mass mailing  10/29/98
        p.8
 
GK DEVELOPMENT, INC.                                        
    Downtown Chicago company moves offices to Barrington 
        9/17/98 p.111
 
GLAZOV, SHEILA                                              
    What color is your brain?  2/12/98 p.B3
 
GLEN (LAND SUBDIVISION)                                     
    Look-alike lawsuit is dismissed  1/8/98 p.11
 
GLEN ACRES (LAND SUBDIVISION)                               
    Westwood, Glen Acres parents seek school bus service 
        7/30/98 p.7
 
GOOD SHEPHERD HOSPITAL                                      
    Baby boy rings in new year at Good Shepherd Hospital 
        1/8/98 p.5
    Baby, '97 was a good year for births at Good Shepherd 
        1/22/98 p.12
    Cocoa comes home  1/22/98 p.87
    GSH given chamber's highest honor  2/5/98 p.109
    Good Shepherd, park district eye fitness center partnership
        4/16/98 p.12
    Good Shepherd files fitness center proposal  4/30/98 p.7
    Park proposed for Good Shepherd property  5/21/98 p.7
    A sense of urgency is seen in regional park proposal 
        6/4/98 p.8
    Regional park plan in peril  6/18/98 p.5
    Hospital, park district ink 20-year fitness center deal 
        6/18/98 p.13
    Hospital receives new MRI device  7/16/98 p.34
    GSH donates $250,000 to park district  8/13/98 p.6
    Fitness center decision delayed  9/10/98 p.5
    GSH fitness center plan gets a conditional recommendation 
        9/24/98 p.9
    Getting to the point  9/24/98 p.93
    Nice weather helps create crowd for Art in the Barn 
        10/1/98 p.8
    Couple settle for $3.9 million from Good Shepherd, doctor 
        10/8/98 p.12
    Fitness center plan ok'd  10/22/98 p.26
 
GOODMAN, KENNETH                                            
    Barrington's piano man to perform at fund-raiser  11/26/98
        p.10
 
GOSLIN, GREGG                                               
    Two Republicans vie for Siebel's county post  2/26/98 p.11
    Goslin defeats Stephan in tight Cook County race  3/19/98
        p.8
    County anti-crime efforts need more coordination  10/8/98
        p.11
    County candidates split over new hospital's role  10/15/98
        p.10
    Greg Goslin take county board seat  11/5/98 p.11
 
GOSS, GENO                                                  
    Smooth operator  3/5/98 p.97
 
GOTTA WRITE NETWORK (PERIODICAL)                            
    Gotta Write Network, Denise Fleischer, owner  1/8/98 p.85
 
GOVERNMENT                                                  
    Rep. Porter:  Forgiving debts will save forests  3/26/98
        p.18
    State doubles funds for homeless youths  4/9/98 p.20
    Crane, Porter spar over tax amendment  4/30/98 p.19
    Crane:  Congress will ok trade package, tax relief  8/20/98
        p.8
    Medicare a big question in suburbs  10/15/98 p.9
    Government must support small business  10/22/98 p.9
    Jones replacing Peter Fitzgerald  11/26/98 p.11
 
GRABENKORT, BILL                                            
    50th wedding anniversary  4/30/98 p.110
 
GRABENKORT, BONNIE                                          
    50th wedding anniversary  4/30/98 p.110
 
GRAFT, MICHAEL J.                                           
    Commissioners, neighbors wary of Route 14 rezoning 
        11/12/98 p.8
    Debate begins over rezoning Graft property on Route 14 
        12/10/98 p.9
 
GREEN, GREGORY A.                                           
    Local man dies in car crash  10/8/98 p.10
 
GREENERY (RESTAURANT)                                       
    Greenery helps out Special Olympics  7/16/98 p.29
    Feast of kindness  12/3/98 p.7
 
GREENSWARD (LAND SUBDIVISION)                               
    Fight erupts again over wetland in Greensward  6/18/98 p.9
    Village may not allow excavation of wetlands  6/18/98 p.9
    South Barrington resident finds wetland war draining 
        12/10/98 p.8
 
GRODEK, KIM                                                 
    Hats off to Grodek  4/9/98 p.133
 
GROSS-MOORE, SHIRLEY                                        
    Driving ambition  2/26/98 p.105
 
GROVE AVENUE SCHOOL                                         
    Fire chief lauds Grove students  1/29/98 p.10
    Grove School principal:  not looking for luxury  3/12/98
        p.35
    Carnival proceeds to benefit new school  5/7/98 p.7
    Barrington students aid inner-city school  9/24/98 p.112
    Grove, Lines expansion plans get endorsement  10/15/98 p.5
    Grove teachers honored  11/12/98 p.6
    Village ok's plans for BHS, Grove and Lines  11/12/98 p.9
 
GROVE, WALTER                                               
    Friends remember Vietnam hero  5/28/98 p.9
 
HAGEN, HOLLY                                                
    Wildflower Continental Bistro; Troy and Holly Hagen, owners
        12/31/98 p.75
 
HAGEN, TROY                                                 
    Wildflower Continental Bistro; Troy and Holly Hagen, owners
        12/31/98 p.75
 
HAGENBRING, VERN                                            
    Closing shop  4/2/98 p.117
 
HAGER'S PET SUPPLIES FIREWOOD OUTDOOR PLANTS                
    Seed money:  Barrington Hills resident builds a nest egg
        for his retirement  9/3/98 p.100
 
HAMILTON PARTNERS                                           
    Officials hear another proposal for triangle  6/18/98 p.8
    Office complex proposed for the Deer Park triangle  9/17/98
        p.11
    DP panel to hear Hamilton Partners plan  12/10/98 p.6
    Deer Park triangle office park proposal revised  12/24/98
        p.5
 
HAMMOND, PETER                                              
    Peter Daniel; Peter Hammond, owner  11/26/98 p.103
 
HANSEN, JANE                                                
    Hansen promises to chirp at price creep  2/5/98 p.6
 
HARPER COLLEGE                                              
    Breuder is named Harper president  1/22/98 p.28
    Harper likely to hold 1999 referendum  1/22/98 p.29
    Harper plans referendum in February 1999 primary  2/19/98
        p.5
    Getting down to business  3/26/98 p.27
    Harper College hikes tuition  4/2/98 p.6
    Harper pulls plug on DJs' language  4/2/98 p.34
    Harper president considers adding two new buildings  4/9/98
        p.28
    Not many apply for scholarships at Harper  5/14/98 p.36
    Harper sets budget  6/11/98 p.24
    Harper trustees ponder bond sale  7/9/98 p.21
    Sweeping changes:  Harper receives summer cleaning  7/23/98
        p.31
    Harper board picks February for referendum  7/30/98 p.11
    Group skeptical of interest prediction  9/10/98 p.6
    Harper hopes to attract top students  9/17/98 p.29
    Harper programs receive national recognition  9/24/98 p.36
    Square D donates $250,000 for theater  10/8/98 p.27
    Harper chief asks unions to extend their contracts  10/8/98
        p.36
    Harper has ample parking, but not near its classrooms 
        10/22/98 p.36
    Carving out his niche  11/5/98 p.B3
    Teachers union will try again for new deal at Harper
        College  11/26/98 p.9
    Harper College referendum will be on April 13 ballots 
        12/17/98 p.9
    A voice for students  12/24/98 p.19
    Former Fillie Walters helps Harper tennis to most
        successful season  12/31/98 p.83
 
HARRIS BANK BARRINGTON                                      
    Community investment  5/14/98 p.115
 
HARRIS, BRIAN LLOYD                                         
    District 220 official leaves for Mount Prospect school 
        5/28/98 p.9
 
HARRISON, ERIC                                              
    Cops charge church mentor with battery  9/17/98 p.13
 
HAWRYSKO, JIM                                               
    Hawrysko hired as skipper  5/14/98 p.123
 
HAWTHORN WOODS, ILL.                                        
    No mall talk without boundary pact  2/26/98 p.5
    Villages near agreement on boundary pact  5/7/98 p.5
    Lake Zurich, Hawthorn Woods officials ink border agreement 
        5/14/98 p.12
    HW cops arrest teens at party  7/30/98 p.12
    Dispute blocks passage of boundary agreement  9/3/98 p.5
    Correction to story of 9/3/98  9/10/98 p.6
    Village boundary deal stalled  10/1/98 p.8
    Mall brawl  12/17/98 p.5
    Public outcry follows villages' mall vote  12/17/98 p.5
    NB-HW land dispute now eight years old  12/17/98 p.10
    Board continues efforts to capture mall property  12/24/98
        p.8
    Taubman:  Company careful not to double-deal villages 
        12/24/98 p.8
 
HAYS, KERRY                                                 
    SB Parks lose director Hays  7/2/98 p.5
 
HEATON, JOHN                                                
    Couple's water garden makes a splash  7/23/98 p.7
 
HEATON, SUE                                                 
    Couple's water garden makes a splash  7/23/98 p.7
 
HEITMAN, PETE                                               
    Owning baseball team not new to investor  4/9/98 p.125
 
HELANDER, WILLARD                                           
    Clerk candidates compare records  10/15/98 p.11
    Helander outlasts Hess  11/5/98 p.7
 
HENDRICKSON THE CARE OF TREES                               
    When nature calls, arborists respond  6/4/98 p.119
 
HERNANDEZ, DON                                              
    Cops charge church mentor with battery  9/17/98 p.13
 
HERRMANN, MARY, DR.                                         
    District 220 names new administrator  4/30/98 p.9
 
HESS, LINDA                                                 
    Clerk candidates compare records  10/15/98 p.11
    Helander outlasts Hess  11/5/98 p.7
 
HILLER, GREG                                                
    Barrington rocks  12/3/98 p.111
 
HILTON HOTELS CORPORATION                                   
    Hilton eyes SB land  1/1/98 p.6
    Hilton deal being worked out  1/22/98 p.12
 
HINDMAN, MERRILEE                                           
    Story time  5/14/98 p.B6
 
HIV COALITION                                               
    Soul food:  Volunteers find fulfillment at HIVCO pantry 
        12/17/98 p.97
 
HOFFMAN ESTATES, ILL.                                       
    Two area objecting to redistricting plan  1/8/98 p.7
    Hilton deal being worked out  1/22/98 p.12
    Hoffman Estates looks at El extension project  3/19/98 p.22
    Business park developer proposes property swap  5/21/98 p.12
    Public hearing set for Avlon developer rezoning proposal 
        6/18/98 p.13
    Developers eye 322-acre Hoffman site  7/30/98 p.107
    Officials, public express concerns  7/30/98 p.107
    Wildlife would be displaced  7/30/98 p.107
    Cop captures cormorant  8/6/98 p.10
    Ten-story buildings could be built on Avlon property 
        8/20/98 p.11
    Fuller:  Use Sears pact as leverage for border treaty 
        9/17/98 p.10
    Details for proposed development unveiled  10/22/98 p.129
    Hearing set for University Place  11/26/98 p.6
 
HOLLOWAY, RANDY                                             
    NB board lauds local heroes  3/5/98 p.8
 
HOLLOWAY, TINA                                              
    NB board lauds local heroes  3/5/98 p.8
 
HOLY FAMILY CATHOLIC CHURCH                                 
    Holy Family Parish provides cross replica to area hospital 
        11/19/98 p.118
 
HOME OF THE SPARROW                                         
    The Sparrow's Nest  12/24/98 p.79
    In 18 months, persistence pays off  12/24/98 p.79
 
HOMELESS PEOPLE                                             
    State doubles funds for homeless youths  4/9/98 p.20
 
HORSES                                                      
    He makes hay massaging horses  1/8/98 p.75
    Horseplay  3/19/98 p.109
    Third annual Tiffany classic polo match set for Saturday 
        6/18/98 p.7
    Three's a charm  6/25/98 p.7
    Here come the Haflingers  8/13/98 p.89
    Mordell:  Racing needs reforms for success  8/13/98 p.106
    Industry could face long odds without Arlington in picture 
        8/13/98 p.107
    Correction to story of 8/13/98  8/20/98 p.6
    Apmann wins national honors  9/17/98 p.106
    Homecoming horsemanship is this family's fall tradition 
        10/1/98 p.10
 
HOSPICE OF NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS FOUNDATION                 
    Hospice Foundation holds a fun fund-raiser  9/17/98 p.5
 
HOUGH STREET SCHOOL                                         
    Global interests  1/29/98 p.27
    Hough School's gifted class performs Shakespeare play 
        4/9/98 p.12
    Students get in tune with America  5/7/98 p.7
    The write stuff  5/21/98 p.31
    Board rejects preliminary designs for Hough School 
        12/17/98 p.31
    Hough students' effort makes cents  12/24/98 p.6
 
HUGGIN' ON HIGGINS                                          
    Sheriff is investigating Huggin' on Higgins fire  12/3/98
        p.14
 
HUISEL, ROBERT B.                                           
    Driver leads police on midnight chase  4/2/98 p.5
 
HULETT, MIKE                                                
    Traub, Hulett to coach BHS varsity volleyball  7/30/98 p.113
 
HUMANE WILDLIFE RESCUE AND RELOCATION                       
    Life savers  6/11/98 p.101
 
HUNTERS FARM (LAND SUBDIVISION)                             
    New subdivision may affect District 220 redistricting plan 
        3/26/98 p.10
 
HUSAIN, ANNA                                                
    Poet in residence  11/5/98 p.101
 
HUSKO, BILL                                                 
    Both candidates touting their experience  10/29/98 p.9
 
ICE HOUSE MALL (SHOPPING CENTER)                            
    Festival jazzes up the Ice House Mall  3/19/98 p.22
 
ILLINOIS CAUCUS FOR ADOLESCENT HEALTH                       
    Speakers stress the value of school health programs 
        9/10/98 p.10
 
ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION                       
    State holding hearing on Route 14/Baldwin overhaul  10/8/98
        p.13
    IDOT plan puts cloverleaf at Higgins and Route 59  11/26/98
        p.13
 
ILLINOIS ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY                    
    Emissions test center opens in Palatine  6/18/98 p.34
    BACOG opposes sewer proposal  8/20/98 p.6
 
ILLINOIS GOALS ASSESSMENT PROGRAM                           
    Vague standards lead to state's new test  11/19/98 p.11
    Realtors, developers don't use IGAP in marketing plans 
        11/19/98 p.10
 
ILLINOIS RELIGIOUS FREEDOM RESTORATION ACT                  
    Religious freedom bill debate escalates  7/16/98 p.11
 
ILLINOIS STANDARDS ACHIEVEMENT TEST                         
    Vague standards lead to state's new test  11/19/98 p.11
 
INSLIDE TACKLE                                              
    Inslide Tackle, Dave Warwak, owner  7/23/98 p.113
 
INVERNESS COUNTRY CLUB                                      
    Lexus taken from country club lot  9/24/98 p.8
 
INVERNESS, ILL.                                             
    Inverness spearheads mayors luncheon  1/22/98 p.6
    County considers preserve addition  2/12/98 p.6
    Barrington and Inverness reviewing police contract  2/19/98
        p.12
    Panel submits police chief pick  3/26/98 p.9
    Cops arrest 21 at party  4/2/98 p.11
    Development to have fewer town houses, lower density 
        5/21/98 p.10
    Maggie Rogers Memorial Park is already a busy place 
        5/28/98 p.7
    Fire hits while owners vacation in Wisconsin  5/28/98 p.10
    Cops break up two underage drinking parties in Inverness 
        8/20/98 p.9
    Senior housing builders predict April finish date  8/20/98
        p.14
    Inverness votes for more police patrols  11/19/98 p.23
 
IRVIN, ROBERT                                               
    New village manager is ready to get started  1/8/98 p.9
 
IVANCIC, RAY                                                
    Ivancic hopes to defend interests, investments  2/5/98 p.12
 
JACOBS, BILL                                                
    Jacobs celebrate 50th, renew wedding vows  12/10/98 p.113
 
JACOBS, CLAIRE                                              
    Jacobs celebrate 50th, renew wedding vows  12/10/98 p.113
 
JACOBS, ED                                                  
    Jacobs back on board  4/2/98 p.28
 
JEWEL FOOD STORES                                           
    Jewel helps area student's dream  7/9/98 p.30
    Plans presented for health care campus  12/3/98 p.5
 
JFK HEALTH WORLD                                            
    Kids in a class by themselves  1/22/98 p.25
    Safety Town rolls on in new home  7/16/98 p.7
    Playing it safe  10/15/98 p.29
 
JOHNSON, ADRA E.                                            
    Teen girl dies in Route 53 crash  3/12/98 p.10
 
JOHNSON, EMELINE                                            
    Ailing Johnston drops out at sectional  11/5/98 p.135
 
JOHNSON, HARRIET                                            
    Common sense safety  6/25/98 p.91
 
JONAS, DEBBIJO                                              
    Debbijo's Hair Design, Debbijo Jonas, owner  7/16/98 p.103
 
JONES, FRANK                                                
    Windy City Balloon Port  6/11/98 p.118
 
JONES, WENDELL                                              
    Jones replacing Peter Fitzgerald  11/26/98 p.11
 
JUAREZ, VICTOR                                              
    All the right moves  1/22/98 p.109
    Miller, Juarez, Nelson, and Sestak get job done  2/12/98
        p.117
    Miller and Juarez pack their bags for state tourney 
        2/19/98 p.103
 
KELLY, ASTRA                                                
    Astra connections  5/7/98 p.B3
 
KENNEDY REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT LIMITED PARTNERSHIP         
    Developer eyes 6.4-acre Deer Park triangle parcel  9/24/98
        p.10
    Village consultants study 6.4-acre office-retail plan 
        11/12/98 p.24
    Kennedy group abandons Deer Park plan  12/17/98 p.6
 
KILDEER, ILL.                                               
    Kildeer cops taking over Deer Park beat  9/3/98 p.10
 
KINCAID, CRAIG                                              
    Disease doesn't slow teacher down  8/20/98 p.7
 
KING, LENNY                                                 
    King of swing  2/26/98 p.B3
 
KIZIOR, DAVE                                                
    Kizior appointed to DP village board  9/24/98 p.6
 
KLEHM NURSERY                                               
    Plans revealed for Klehm property  2/19/98 p.6
    Mixed-use development proposed for Klehm site  7/23/98 p.8
    Residents call proposed development too dense  7/30/98 p.5
    Developer to go forward with Klehm Nursery plan  8/6/98 p.5
    Trustees:  revised Klehm proposal still too dense  10/15/98
        p.12
 
KLEHM, LOIS                                                 
    Lois Klehm dies at 81  12/17/98 p.14
 
KLEIN, DON                                                  
    BACOG discusses life after Klein  4/30/98 p.6
 
KLEMM, DICK                                                 
    Klemm proud of welfare, education bills  3/12/98 p.24
    Klemm tops Magnus  3/19/98 p.10
 
KLEYN, AARON                                                
    Nielsen, Kleyn, and Gall win titles  2/19/98 p.102
    Kleyn shows 'em at State;  Nielsen earns two medals  3/5/98
        p.114
    Molzahn, Kleyn shine at State  7/30/98 p.117
 
KNEPPER, HEATHER                                            
    Knepper will go it alone at State  10/15/98 p.116
 
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS                                         
    Proposed skating arena may put KOC hall on ice  8/27/98 p.12
 
KNOLL, ANDREA                                               
    Accident stirs commitment to volunteerism  12/24/98 p.7
 
KOBESKI, ANTHONY                                            
    Couple marks 70 years of marriage  8/6/98 p.102
 
KOBESKI, BERNICE                                            
    Couple marks 70 years of marriage  8/6/98 p.102
 
KOPPIE, CHAD                                                
    Koppie draws his support from conservative groups  2/12/98
        p.9
 
KORNHAUSER, ISAAC                                           
    Orchid man  6/25/98 p.105
 
KOSTICK, DIANE                                              
    Kostick wit  4/23/98 p.29
 
KRUPA, COURTNEY                                             
    Athlete still inspired by brother  2/5/98 p.7
 
KURTZ, ROSEMARY                                             
    Candidates discuss ways to handle growth  3/12/98 p.12
 
L.A. SAX                                                    
    L.A. Sax  1/29/98 p.101
 
LAIDLAW, INC.                                               
    NB waste hauler to change name  1/1/98 p.6
 
LAKE BARRINGTON COUNTRYSIDE PARK DISTRICT                   
    Park commissioner:  put soccer field on forest preserve
        property  7/23/98 p.10
    Panel will be sizing up sites available for regional park 
        8/20/98 p.12
    Cuba Township residents to be polled on park plan  9/17/98
        p.8
    Budget and appropriation ordinance  11/12/98 p.121
 
LAKE BARRINGTON, ILL.                                       
    LB water tower takes shape  2/5/98 p.6
    New 45-lot LB subdivision proposed  2/19/98 p.6
    LB subdivision petition withdrawn  3/5/98 p.8
    One Classic Place project revived  4/9/98 p.9
    Path proposed for preserve  4/9/98 p.9
    Telephone antenna allowed on tower  5/7/98 p.9
    New massage ordinance passed  5/7/98 p.9
    Senior housing talk set for May 28  5/7/98 p.9
    Board changes street's name  5/7/98 p.9
    Lake Barrington focused on need for more parks  7/9/98 p.8
    Neighbors protest plans to expand doctor's office  9/3/98
        p.8
    Board approves office expansion  10/1/98 p.5
    Regional soccer field proposal may take a hike  10/15/98 p.7
    Two villages may put skating rinks on ice  12/3/98 p.5
 
LAKE COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT                        
    Survey showing support for forest preserve bond issue 
        4/30/98 p.10
    Dogs finding new places to roam in Lake County  7/16/98 p.31
    Lake County Forest District debates projects, priorities 
        7/23/98 p.30
    County may remove RVs from Fox River preserve  8/27/98 p.10
    Camper controversy  9/17/98 p.7
 
LAKE COUNTY, ILL.                                           
    County seeking impact fees, strip club ban  1/22/98 p.22
    Club owners challenge county anti-nudity law  3/5/98 p.10
    Club owner's attorney claiming harassment  3/5/98 p.10
    County taxes go up, but not very much  5/7/98 p.31
    County pension hike voted down  6/18/98 p.33
    Coalition working for day care improvement  7/9/98 p.26
    Lake County assessors are getting the job done  8/6/98 p.9
    Egrets benefit from grassroots effort  9/3/98 p.85
    Conservationists and developers planning future of Lake
        County  10/22/98 p.31
    Lake County's seniors sent scrambling for health care 
        11/5/98 p.18
    Summer boating arrests up 145 percent  11/19/98 p.123
    Slow-growth faction takes control of county board  12/17/98
        p.29
    Survey:  Lake County job growth explosive  12/24/98 p.87
    County files charges in mall brawl  12/31/98 p.5
 
LAKE IN THE HILLS, ILL.                                     
    Airport angst  3/26/98 p.115
    LITH board sets limits on adult stores  11/19/98 p.31
 
LAKE ROSE                                                   
    Residents' concerns aren't just water under the bridge 
        8/20/98 p.10
 
LAKE ZURICH RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT                  
    Residents concerned about emergency response times  9/24/98
        p.10
 
LAKE ZURICH SCHOOL DISTRICT 95                              
    Resignation rocks district  3/26/98 p.21
    Watchdogs pledge to work with District 95 board  4/2/98 p.22
    District 95 to seek input in superintendent search  10/1/98
        p.32
 
LAKE ZURICH THEATRES                                        
    Theater expansion plan endorsed  7/16/98 p.8
    LZ theater expansion approved  7/30/98 p.8
 
LAKE ZURICH, ILL.                                           
    Retail/restaurant proposal has NB residents worrying 
        1/22/98 p.8
    LZ board balking at Wal-Mart expansion  4/30/98 p.11
    LZ board postpones vote on Wal-Mart expansion proposal 
        5/7/98 p.8
    Lake Zurich, Hawthorn Woods officials ink border agreement 
        5/14/98 p.12
    Lake Zurich cops investigate nursing home patient death 
        5/21/98 p.12
    Theater expansion plan endorsed  7/16/98 p.8
    LZ theater expansion approved  7/30/98 p.8
    Lake Zurich senior housing project tabled  8/27/98 p.6
    Downtown dreams  10/8/98 p.111
 
LAMBERSON, JONATHAN                                         
    Lamberson appoints watch panel  5/28/98 p.6
    More school-funding reform still needed  10/1/98 p.9
 
LAND USE                                                    
    Residents seek greater input in land-use plan  7/9/98 p.5
    Hubbub hitting at heart of local land-use plans  7/16/98 p.9
 
LANG, EDITH                                                 
    Area woman dies in crash  3/12/98 p.10
 
LANGENDORF PARK                                             
    Langendorf Park wetland restoration plan proposed  4/2/98
        p.8
    Pool parking may create net loss for Langendorf  6/4/98 p.8
    Park animals moving to new home  10/29/98 p.6
 
LAW                                                         
    Village massage ordinance mulled  1/29/98 p.10
    Title 10 suit to be re-filed  2/26/98 p.10
    Club owners challenge county anti-nudity law  3/5/98 p.10
    Village to discuss massage ordinance  3/19/98 p.6
    Village board passes massage regulations  3/26/98 p.8
    Teens offer varied thoughts on family planning program 
        3/26/98 p.24
    Still no decision on fate of Title 10 grant  3/26/98 p.25
    Barrington Hills enacts bin law  4/9/98 p.6
    Plaintiffs re-file Title 10 lawsuit  4/9/98 p.29
    New massage ordinance passed  5/7/98 p.9
    County sorts through fallout of Title 10 vote  5/7/98 p.11
    Village to enforce new massage laws  7/2/98 p.7
    Religious freedom bill debate escalates  7/16/98 p.11
    McHenry County freed from Betty Doe Title 10 lawsuit 
        8/20/98 p.12
    Palatine peer jury candidates sought  10/15/98 p.26
    Village makes bike helmet law permanent  11/12/98 p.7
    Casino opponents fear veto session  11/12/98 p.26
    LITH board sets limits on adult stores  11/19/98 p.31
    Barrington ok's wireless internet rules  11/26/98 p.6
    Lawyers of invention  12/3/98 p.135
    Lawmakers want higher no pass, no play standard  12/17/98
        p.128
 
LAWLER, JEFF                                                
    Jeff Lawler named police chief  4/16/98 p.5
 
LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF THE UNITED STATES                 
    Sinnott put on slate on LWV convention  7/16/98 p.33
 
LESTARGE, STEVEN R.                                         
    State helicopter, county canines used to capture battery
        suspect  12/3/98 p.8
 
LEXINGTON HEALTH CARE                                       
    Lake Zurich cops investigate nursing home patient death 
        5/21/98 p.12
 
LIFE CHANGERS INTERNATIONAL CHURCH                          
    Cops charge church mentor with battery  9/17/98 p.13
 
LIFESTYLE OPTIONS                                           
    Homeward bound:  staying home made easier with help of
        local group  8/20/98 p.89
 
LIQUOR LAWS                                                 
    Restaurant denied liquor license  10/15/98 p.6
 
LITTLE MUNCHKINS                                            
    First tenant opens up in Market center mall  1/22/98 p.8
 
LOAFMANN, GLENN, REV.                                       
    Minister explains his support for curriculum  10/8/98 p.8
 
LOCKE, NANCY                                                
    Principal chosen for new Barbara Rose School  2/5/98 p.5
 
LONERGAN, TIMOTHY                                           
    Chiefs want more funds, less mandates  10/8/98 p.9
    Lonergan lauded by Kiwanis Internation [sic]  12/10/98 p.6
 
LONGNECK RANCH                                              
    Longneck Ranch; Bob and Sarah Sophie, owners  1/22/98 p.101
 
LUNT, CHRISTIAN                                             
    Lunt lifts Broncos to winning heights  10/22/98 p.141
 
MAC ARTHUR, BARBARA                                         
    Plane crashes in MacArthur's field  4/16/98 p.7
 
MAC'S SNOW REMOVAL                                          
    Mac's Snow Removal, Lorne Burke, owner  12/17/98 p.117
 
MADSEN, CHRISTINA                                           
    Madsen is fluent is badminton  5/14/98 p.126
 
MAGGIE ROGERS MEMORIAL PARK                                 
    Maggie Rogers Memorial Park is already a busy place 
        5/28/98 p.7
 
MAGNUS, ED                                                  
    Magnus calls for return to GOP platform  3/12/98 p.25
    Klemm tops Magnus  3/19/98 p.10
 
MAINE MANNA WILD BIRD FOOD                                  
    Seed money:  Barrington Hills resident builds a nest egg
        for his retirement  9/3/98 p.100
 
MAINSTREET ART CENTRE                                       
    Outdoor art studio  10/1/98 p.89
 
MAKE-A-WISH FOUNDATION                                      
    A wish come true  3/26/98 p.98
 
MALITO, PETER                                               
    High school athletes toning brains as well as bodies 
        7/30/98 p.115
 
MALLOY, JENNIFER                                            
    Memorial karate meet is inspiring to athletes  4/9/98 p.123
 
MANN, BROOKS T.                                             
    Injured BHS student moved from hospital  3/5/98 p.7
    Brooks Mann's saga is taking tragic turn  6/25/98 p.9
    Beanie Baby Expo III will benefit Brooks Mann fund  7/23/98
        p.10
    Driver in Brooks Mann accident gets sentence  9/3/98 p.9
    Roslyn Road School students walk to help Brooks T. Mann 
        10/29/98 p.10
    Raising awareness, making a difference  12/10/98 p.29
 
MANN, KEVIN                                                 
    Two villages may put skating rinks on ice  12/3/98 p.5
 
MARGINSON, MIKE                                             
    Barrington rocks  12/3/98 p.111
 
MARKET CENTER MALL (SHOPPING CENTER)                        
    First tenant opens up in Market center mall  1/22/98 p.8
    Martet [sic] Center momentum building with new tenants 
        3/26/98 p.9
    Market Center gets pancake house  4/16/98 p.11
 
MARKET FACTS                                                
    Market Facts; Tom Payne, president  7/9/98 p.103
 
MARQUETTE, JEFF                                             
    Former Barrington police chief quits Florida post  9/3/98
        p.5
    Woman files charges against Marquette  10/8/98 p.6
    Marquette's accuser planning more legal action  10/15/98
        p.11
 
MARSDEN, ALUN                                               
    Couple settle for $3.9 million from Good Shepherd, doctor 
        10/8/98 p.12
 
MARSDEN, CATHERINE                                          
    Couple settle for $3.9 million from Good Shepherd, doctor 
        10/8/98 p.12
 
MARTELL, AMANDA                                             
    Molzahn, Brunka, Martell, Freeman earn state berths 
        11/19/98 p.141
 
MARTIN, LINDY                                               
    Martin leads by example at county championships  10/1/98
        p.114
 
MARTINEZ, ALISON                                            
    Barrington skater named to honors team  4/2/98 p.115
 
MARTINEZ, DANIEL, JR.                                       
    Carjackers strike in Fox Point  7/9/98 p.5
 
MATHIAS, SID                                                
    Mathias:  experience will serve district best  2/5/98 p.13
    Clayton endorses Mathias  3/12/98 p.33
    Mathias wins 4-man race  3/19/98 p.10
    Sid Mathias will run unopposed  5/28/98 p.28
 
MAYER, ANDREW                                               
    Wauconda ex-chief sues to get job back  4/2/98 p.29
 
MC AFEE, DAVID                                              
    Murphy, McAfee vie for new county post  10/29/98 p.18
 
MC ANDREWS, GEORGE                                          
    Lawyers of invention  12/3/98 p.135
 
MC CARTHY, DENNIS                                           
    Contemporary Aquarium Services; Dennis McCarthy, owner 
        3/5/98 p.105
 
MC GRATH, BRIAN                                             
    Bank robber gets a 17 1/2-year sentence  6/18/98 p.24
 
MC HENRY COUNTY COLLEGE                                     
    Illiteracy still a lingering problem  6/4/98 p.12
 
MC HENRY COUNTY, ILL.                                       
    Title 10 suit to be refiled  2/26/98 p.10
    Teens offer varied thoughts on family planning program 
        3/26/98 p.24
    Still no decision on fate of Title 10 grant  3/26/98 p.25
    Plaintiffs re-file Title 10 lawsuit  4/9/98 p.29
    County sorts through fallout of Title 10 vote  5/7/98 p.11
    McHenry County freed from Betty Doe Title 10 lawsuit 
        8/20/98 p.12
    McHenry county traffic woes continue  9/10/98 p.6
 
MC KEWEN, KELLY                                             
    Jewel helps area student's dream  7/9/98 p.30
 
MC SWEENEY, DAVID                                           
    Crane eyes chairmanship in 2001, but it's not certain 
        2/5/98 p.10
    Crane, McSweeney trade accusations in a heated debate 
        3/5/98 p.12
    The 8th Congressional District Republican primary  3/5/98
        p.13
    Crane, McSweeney hitting home stretch  3/12/98 p.22
    Phil Crane wins a bitter victory  3/19/98 p.9
 
MEDICAL MODEL WELLNESS CENTER                               
    Good Shepherd files fitness center proposal  4/30/98 p.7
 
MERCURY CRUISELINES                                         
    Mercury Cruiselines; Bob and Holly Agra, owners  7/2/98
        p.103
 
MESIROW STEIN REAL ESTATE                                   
    Plans revealed for Klehm property  2/19/98 p.6
 
METHODE ELECTRONICS NETWORK BUSS PRODUCTS                   
    An EPIC tale  2/12/98 p.109
 
METRICOM, INC.                                              
    Metricom seeking to provide wireless internet access here 
        9/10/98 p.11
 
MEYER, TIM                                                  
    Meyer's 3 TD catches burn Hawks  10/15/98 p.115
 
MICHAEL JOSEPH FOUNDATION                                   
    Foundation helps families regain their self-sufficiency 
        4/2/98 p.14
 
MIDLANDS (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                          
    SB-UP lawsuit dismissed  5/14/98 p.14
 
MID-SUBURBAN LEAGUE                                         
    North, South; East, West  8/27/98 p.102
    Athletes will be the winners in realignment  8/27/98 p.102
    West may be newest superconference  8/27/98 p.103
    All sports will feel the effects of MSL reshuffling 
        8/27/98 p.103
 
MILCAREK, MELINA                                            
    For the love of dance  11/26/98 p.B3
 
MILLER, MIKE                                                
    Miller shows it's his time at MSL  2/5/98 p.117
    Miller, Juarez, Nelson, and Sestak get job done  2/12/98
        p.117
    Miller and Juarez pack their bags for state tourney 
        2/19/98 p.103
 
MILLROSE TAVERN                                             
    Barn raising lays foundation for tavern  4/30/98 p.7
 
MIRZA, AZAM                                                 
    Barrington store stops selling adult magazines  1/15/98 p.13
 
MITCHELL, HERBERT P.                                        
    Man charged with taking illicit photos of shoppers  5/14/98
        p.26
 
MOELLER, VERDELL                                            
    Moellers mark 50 years of marriage  9/3/98 p.92
    Correction to story of 9/9/98  9/17/98 p.6
 
MOELLER, WALTER                                             
    Moellers mark 50 years of marriage  9/3/98 p.92
    Correction to story of 9/9/98  9/17/98 p.6
 
MOLZAHN, JACKIE                                             
    Molzahn, Kleyn shine at State  7/30/98 p.117
    Relayers, Molzahn turn it up a notch at Junior Nationals 
        8/13/98 p.117
    Molzahn, Brunka, Martell, Freeman earn state berths 
        11/19/98 p.141
    Molzahn medals again at State  11/26/98 p.118
 
MOLZAHN, TOMMY                                              
    Silliman, Molzahn make splashes in Junior Olympic meet at
        UIC  3/19/98 p.143
 
MONEK, JOHN                                                 
    Chief of staffs  4/23/98 p.94
 
MORGAN, JASON                                               
    Baby boy rings in new year at Good Shepherd Hospital 
        1/8/98 p.5
 
MORRIS, DEBBIE                                              
    Dead Man Walking victim speaks about life's renewal  9/3/98
        p.7
 
MORTIMER, PATSY                                             
    Mortimer honored by CFC  4/2/98 p.112
 
MORTON GROVE EQUESTRIAN CENTER                              
    Horseplay  3/19/98 p.109
 
MOSELEY-BRAUN, CAROL                                        
    Senator celebrates her birthday in Barrington  8/13/98 p.5
 
MOSER, JOHN                                                 
    Barrington rocks  12/3/98 p.111
 
MUNAO, FRANK J.                                             
    Philosophical differences cited as resignation reason 
        9/24/98 p.12
 
MURPHY, MAUREEN                                             
    Murphy, McAfee vie for new county post  10/29/98 p.18
 
NELSON, DAVID                                               
    David Nelson is named BADC Citizen of the Year  5/14/98 p.7
 
NELSON, JACK                                                
    Lake Forest man picked to lead county chamber  11/26/98
        p.105
 
NELSON, TIM                                                 
    Miller, Juarez, Nelson, and Sestak get job done  2/12/98
        p.117
 
NEMEC, NANCY                                                
    Nemec surviving, thriving in her fight against cancer 
        6/11/98 p.8
 
NEUZIL, BOB                                                 
    Special deliveries  8/6/98 p.91
 
NEW AGE TRANSPORTATION                                      
    New Age Transportation; Carolyn Gable, owner  9/17/98 p.109
 
NEW GENERATIONS                                             
    Center of attention  2/19/98 p.23
 
NEW ORATORIO SINGERS                                        
    Raising their voices  10/29/98 p.B3
 
NEWMAN, GINNY                                               
    Barrington family is awed by Africa  2/26/98 p.7
 
NEWMAN, PAT                                                 
    Barrington family is awed by Africa  2/26/98 p.7
 
NIEKRASZ, JULIE                                             
    For the love of dance  11/26/98 p.B3
 
NIELSEN, JON                                                
    Nielsen, Kleyn, and Gall win titles  2/19/98 p.102
    Kleyn shows 'em at State;  Nielsen earns two medals  3/5/98
        p.114
 
NIWA, ERICA                                                 
    Shed no tears  1/29/98 p.109
    Niwa and Smarinsky:  State-bound  2/12/98 p.117
 
NORGE SKI JUMP                                              
    Norge ski jumpers getting ready to fly  1/15/98 p.14
 
NORTH BARRINGTON COLLECTION (SHOPPING CENTER)               
    No mall talk without boundary pact  2/26/98 p.5
    Mall debate dominates village plan discussion  4/16/98 p.9
    Mall is not a big issue at second plan meeting  4/30/98 p.10
    Taubman isn't closing door on mall proposal  5/14/98 p.12
    Plan panel won't rule out mall in North Barrington  5/21/98
        p.10
    NB mall talk resurfacing, long-range plan approved  7/30/98
        p.9
    Taubman might still build mall in North Barrington  10/8/98
        p.5
    Hearings set for revised Taubman mall proposal  11/12/98 p.5
    ACRE ready to renew its fight against mall  11/19/98 p.8
    Mall brawl  12/17/98 p.5
    Public outcry follows villages' mall vote  12/17/98 p.5
    Board continues to capture mall property  12/24/98 p.8
    Taubman:  Company careful not to double-deal villages 
        12/24/98 p.8
    County files charges in mall brawl  12/31/98 p.5
 
NORTH BARRINGTON LAKE ESTATES (LAND SUBDIVISION)            
    Proposed subdivision includes 32 custom homes  2/26/98 p.7
 
NORTH BARRINGTON SCHOOL                                     
    Old school's charm  1/15/98 p.23
    Park board pushing NBS gym pact  1/22/98 p.6
    North Barrington memories sought  1/29/98 p.28
    Winds damage walls at school construction site  3/12/98 p.8
    NBS family drawing on past while building for the future 
        5/7/98 p.111
    Funds sought for new NBS playground  5/14/98 p.6
    Wildlife watch  5/14/98 p.97
    Board debates solutions to NBS traffic problems  5/21/98 p.5
    NBS parents seeking support for outdoor classroom project 
        5/28/98 p.8
    Tile sale nets $38,000 for school playground  6/4/98 p.9
    School construction costs criticized  7/16/98 p.5
    North Barrington School demolished  7/16/98 p.5
    New school dedication set  7/30/98 p.6
    Parents build foundation for learning  8/6/98 p.7
    School's first day  8/27/98 p.5
    Dump truck overturns at North Barrington School  8/27/98 p.8
 
NORTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    NB waste hauler to change name  1/1/98 p.6
    Retail/restaurant proposal has NB residents worrying 
        1/22/98 p.8
    North Barrington officials react to Deer Park proposal 
        1/22/98 p.9
    NOPE lawsuit is a sign of times  2/12/98 p.5
    No mall talk without boundary pact  2/26/98 p.5
    Proposed subdivision includes 32 custom homes  2/26/98 p.7
    NB board lauds local heroes  3/5/98 p.8
    NB expands Eton playground  3/12/98 p.6
    Winds damage walls at school construction site  3/12/98 p.8
    Silent citizen upset over pole placement  3/26/98 p.11
    NB planners to examine village map  4/9/98 p.6
    Mall debate dominates village plan discussion  4/16/98 p.9
    Planners taking a look at wider roads, smaller lots 
        4/16/98 p.9
    Mall is not a big issue at second plan meeting  4/30/98 p.10
    Villages near agreement on boundary pact  5/7/98 p.5
    Taubman isn't closing door on mall proposal  5/14/98 p.12
    Bank to be built in North Barrington  5/14/98 p.116
    Park proposed for Good Shepherd property  5/21/98 p.7
    Plan panel won't rule out mall in North Barrington  5/21/98
        p.10
    North Barrington pupils plug into Springfield  5/21/98 p.11
    Residents seek greater input in land-use plan  7/9/98 p.5
    Trustees close to agreement on long-tern plan for village 
        7/16/98 p.9
    Village officials all wet  7/23/98 p.11
    NB mall talk resurfacing, long-range plan approved  7/30/98
        p.9
    Treasurer's report  8/13/98 p.96
    Dispute blocks passage of boundary agreement  9/3/98 p.5
    Correction to story of 9/3/98  9/10/98 p.6
    Village boundary deal stalled  10/1/98 p.8
    Taubman might still build mall in North Barrington  10/8/98
        p.5
    Regional soccer field proposal may take a hike  10/15/98 p.7
    Hearings set for revised Taubman mall proposal  11/12/98 p.5
    North Barrington receives award  11/19/98 p.6
    ACRE ready to renew its fight against mall  11/19/98 p.8
    Parents learn the art of teaching art  11/26/98 p.7
    Mall brawl  12/17/98 p.5
    Public outcry follows villages' mall vote  12/17/98 p.5
    NB-HW land dispute now eight years old  12/17/98 p.10
    Record number of home permits issued  12/24/98 p.6
    Board continues efforts to capture mall property  12/24/98
        p.8
    Taubman:  Company careful not to double-deal villages 
        12/24/98 p.8
    County files charges in mall brawl  12/31/98 p.5
    Sheriff's deputy saves dogs from fire  12/31/98 p.7
 
NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS PLANNING COMMISSION                   
    Natural landscaping idea gains ground  2/12/98 p.7
 
NORTHERN ILLINOIS FIRE EXPO                                 
    Theater to host Fire Expo  8/13/98 p.6
 
NORTHERN ILLINOIS SPECIAL RECREATION ASSOCIATION            
    Park board seeking new special recreation deal  1/22/98 p.10
    Special recreation financing debated  8/27/98 p.13
 
NORTHWEST COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE                              
    Park Foods plan may be filed soon  11/5/98 p.14
    Holy Family Parish provides cross replica to area hospital 
        11/19/98 p.118
    Plans presented for health care campus  12/3/98 p.5
 
NORTHWEST MUNICIPAL CONFERENCE                              
    SB joins Municipal Conference  5/21/98 p.6
 
NYGREN, KEITH                                               
    Nygren tops Sanders  3/19/98 p.13
 
OAKS OF BARRINGTON (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                
    Board oks a tower, homes at Barrington and Dundee  4/16/98
        p.11
 
OAKS OF LAKEWOOD (LAND SUBDIVISION)                         
    New 55-home subdivision proposed for Barrington  3/19/98
        p.14
    Panel recommends ok of subdivision  3/26/98 p.12
 
OAKWOOD FARM                                                
    Three's a charm  6/25/98 p.7
 
OASIS SPA                                                   
    Hearing on spa delayed  8/13/98 p.12
    Algonquin closes a massage parlor  9/17/98 p.19
 
OMNI YOUTH SERVICES                                         
    Someone to turn to  11/12/98 p.94
 
ON THE BORDER (RESTAURANT)                                  
    SB board oks restaurant design  4/16/98 p.11
 
ONE CLASSIC PLACE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                 
    One Classic Place project revived  4/9/98 p.9
    Senior housing talk set for May 28  5/7/98 p.9
    Village approves plan for One Classic Place--again  8/6/98
        p.8
 
ORLOWSKI, JOHN                                              
    Homeowners on vacation as house catches on fire  8/20/98 p.9
 
OTIS, JIM                                                   
    Otis to retire after 35 years as Countryside PE teacher 
        5/14/98 p.10
 
PALATINE RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT                     
    Campaign raises enough for first of two cameras  4/16/98
        p.18
    Camera campaign comes to successful conclusion  5/28/98 p.18
    Fire board rejects landscaping bids  10/22/98 p.6
 
PALATINE TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                     
    Township sues over Lake-Cook flooding  4/9/98 p.31
    Township won't fight Deer Park annexation  8/27/98 p.11
 
PALATINE, ILL.                                              
    Chicago man is arrested with cocaine at Motel 6  3/19/98
        p.30
    Palatine might ship water to Deer Park  7/16/98 p.8
    Cops arrest teens  7/16/98 p.19
    Deer Park development may get Palatine water  9/17/98 p.11
    State Representative Robert Bergman hospitalized after
        suicide try  12/17/98 p.8
    Bergman recovering in hospital  12/31/98 p.7
 
PARADISE SPA                                                
    Massage parlors get day in court  10/8/98 p.5
    Judge lifts injunction, Paradise Spa reopens  11/26/98 p.8
 
PARIS, ALEXANDRIA                                           
    One day at a time  1/1/98 p.69
    Conflicting emotions  2/12/98 p.93
    A wish come true  3/26/98 p.98
    Business owner reaching out to help young girl with cancer 
        5/28/98 p.19
    A daily struggle  7/2/98 p.90
    Poker run held for cancer patient  7/16/98 p.87
 
PARK FOODS                                                  
    Park Foods plan may be filed soon  11/5/98 p.14
 
PAUL, LYNDA                                                 
    Candidates pledging open communication  10/15/98 p.21
 
PAYNE, TOM                                                  
    Market Facts; Tom Payne, president  7/9/98 p.103
 
PEAK, CHRISTINE                                             
    International assistants  2/26/98 p.29
 
PENN, GORDON                                                
    Star matter:  Barrington native helps turn talent into fame
        4/30/98 p.B3
 
PENNING, MAX                                                
    Barrington students aid inner-city school  9/24/98 p.112
 
PEPPERCORNS CATERING                                        
    Peppercorns Catering ices their competition  11/26/98 p.104
 
PETER DANIEL                                                
    Peter Daniel marks its 25th anniversary  9/10/98 p.107
    Peter Daniel; Peter Hammond, owner  11/26/98 p.103
 
PETERSEN, BETSY                                             
    Christmas tree people will not cut it anymore  11/26/98 p.14
 
PETERSEN, CHAP                                              
    Christmas tree people will not cut it anymore  11/26/98 p.14
 
PETERSEN'S TREE FARM                                        
    Christmas tree people will not cut it anymore  11/26/98 p.14
 
PIAZZA, DINA                                                
    Business owner reaching out to help young girl with cancer 
        5/28/98 p.19
 
PINKOWSKI, LEN                                              
    He makes hay massaging horses  1/8/98 p.75
 
PLASTIC SURGERY AND LASER CENTER                            
    Plastic Surgery and Laser Center  1/15/98 p.85
 
POAG & MCEWEN COMPANY                                       
    Deer Park shopping center proposed  1/22/98 p.5
    North Barrington officials react to Deer Park proposal 
        1/22/98 p.9
    Residents hear development details  2/5/98 p.5
    Deer Park, Kildeer officials discuss boundary and
        revenue-sharing pact  2/5/98 p.5
    Board mulls master plan for triangle properties  2/19/98 p.8
    Retail developer meeting deferred  3/5/98 p.8
    Developers return to Deer Park  4/2/98 p.6
    Residents worried development will create traffic jams 
        4/9/98 p.5
    Approval of retail center recommended  5/7/98 p.5
    Deer Park approves development plan  5/14/98 p.5
    Residents feel left out of development debate  6/18/98 p.8
    Residents rally against Deer Park retail center  7/16/98 p.8
    Palatine might ship water to Deer Park  7/16/98 p.8
    Lawyer hired to fight development  7/23/98 p.5
    Triangle development may put pressure on fire district 
        7/30/98 p.8
    Attorney looks for way to block development  7/30/98 p.8
    Township may block development  8/13/98 p.5
    Township won't fight Deer Park annexation  8/27/98 p.11
    Deer Park development may get Palatine water  9/17/98 p.11
    Residents concerned about emergency response times  9/24/98
        p.10
    Development decision delayed  10/29/98 p.6
 
POHLMAN, DAN                                                
    One down  9/3/98 p.109
 
POLICE                                                      
    Police chief decision expected soon  2/5/98 p.6
    Barrington and Inverness reviewing police contract  2/19/98
        p.12
    Police oppose plate proposal  2/19/98 p.12
    Police dispatch options debated  3/5/98 p.9
    Panel submits police chief pick  3/26/98 p.9
    Wauconda ex-chief sues to get job back  4/2/98 p.29
    Jeff Lawler named police chief  4/16/98 p.5
    TL may go with part-time police chief  4/16/98 p.5
    Deer Park could double police protection hours  4/23/98 p.9
    Cops continue bike safety awards  4/30/98 p.9
    Village may join dispatch agency  6/4/98 p.5
    Police officers' run raises funds for special athletes 
        6/25/98 p.9
    Common sense safety  6/25/98 p.91
    Even affluent suburbs need street smarts  7/2/98 p.8
    Cop enjoys role as police spokes man  7/30/98 p.7
    Former Barrington police chief quits Florida post  9/3/98
        p.5
    Kildeer cops taking over Deer Park beat  9/3/98 p.10
    Lieutenants to be deputized  9/24/98 p.22
    Woman files charges against Marquette  10/8/98 p.6
    Chiefs want more funds, less mandates  10/8/98 p.9
    Marquette's accuser planning more legal action  10/15/98
        p.11
    Barrington deputy chiefs sworn in  11/12/98 p.6
    Federal grant will fund enforcement campaign  11/12/98 p.11
    Inverness votes for more police patrols  11/19/98 p.23
    Police helping hurricane victims in Honduras  11/26/98 p.7
    Popular DARE officer quits Barrington Hills police force 
        12/10/98 p.9
    Police hunting bold burglars  12/10/98 p.11
    New Barrington-Inverness police contract approved  12/17/98
        p.12
 
POPLAR CREEK                                                
    Residents' concerns aren't just water under the bridge 
        8/20/98 p.10
 
PRAIRIE STONE BUSINESS PARK                                 
    Fuller:  Use Sears pact as leverage for border treaty 
        9/17/98 p.10
 
PRATE INSTALLATIONS                                         
    New roofs are on the house  5/28/98 p.6
 
PREMIER HOMES                                               
    Regional park plan in peril  6/18/98 p.5
 
PRIMECO, INC.                                               
    PrimeCo antenna plan goes to village board  2/26/98 p.9
    Board oks antenna on tower  3/19/98 p.12
 
PUBLIC ACTION TO DELIVER SHELTER                            
    PADS post filled  4/9/98 p.103
 
QUADCOM                                                     
    Village may join dispatch agency  6/4/98 p.5
    Dispatch agency denies Barrington membership  10/1/98 p.14
 
QUAKER OATS COMPANY                                         
    New 45-lot LB subdivision proposed  2/19/98 p.6
    LB subdivision petition withdrawn  3/5/98 p.8
 
RASMUSSEN, DENNIS                                           
    Plaintiffs re-file Title 10 lawsuit  4/9/98 p.29
 
REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT                                     
    Deer Park shopping center proposed  1/22/98 p.5
    Retail/restaurant proposal has NB residents worrying 
        1/22/98 p.8
    North Barrington officials react to Deer Park proposal 
        1/22/98 p.9
    Residents hear development details  2/5/98 p.5
    Deer Park, Kildeer officials discuss boundary and
        revenue-sharing pact  2/5/98 p.5
    Senior housing plan is scaled back  2/12/98 p.5
    Plans revealed for Klehm property  2/19/98 p.6
    New 45-lot LB subdivision proposed  2/19/98 p.6
    Board mulls master plan for triangle properties  2/19/98 p.8
    No mall talk without boundary pact  2/26/98 p.5
    Saturday showdown  3/5/98 p.5
    LB subdivision petition withdrawn  3/5/98 p.8
    Retail developer meeting deferred  3/5/98 p.8
    Panel:  reduce retirement complex plan  3/12/98 p.7
    Developers return to Deer Park  4/2/98 p.6
    Developers to present senior community redesign  4/2/98 p.7
    Residents worried development will create traffic jams 
        4/9/98 p.5
    Mall debate dominates village plan discussion  4/16/98 p.9
    Village board reviews senior living proposal  4/30/98 p.8
    Mall is not big issue at second plan meeting  4/30/98 p.10
    Approval of retail center recommended  5/7/98 p.5
    Deer Park approves development plan  5/14/98 p.5
    Height compromise is key for senior housing project 
        5/14/98 p.8
    Taubman isn't closing door on mall proposal  5/14/98 p.12
    Building height demonstration set  5/21/98 p.6
    Plan panel won't rule out mall in North barrington  5/21/98
        p.10
    Senior housing plan approved  5/28/98 p.5
    Officials hear another proposal for triangle  6/18/98 p.8
    Residents feel left out of development debate  6/18/98 p.8
    Residents rally against Deer Park retail center  7/16/98 p.8
    Palatine might ship water to Deer Park  7/23/98 p.8
    Lawyer hired to fight development  7/23/98 p.5
    Triangle development may put pressure on fire district 
        7/30/98 p.8
    Attorney looks for way to block development  7/30/98 p.8
    NB mall talk resurfacing, long-range plan approved  7/30/98
        p.9
    Township may block development  8/13/98 p.5
    Township won't fight Deer Park annexation  8/27/98 p.6
    Town house plan may crowd corner  9/10/98 p.5
    Senior housing has name:  Garlands of Barrington  9/10/98
        p.107
    Deer Park development may get Palatine water  9/17/98 p.11
    Office complex proposed for the Deer Park triangle  9/17/98
        p.11
    Residents concerned about emergency response times  9/24/98
        p.10
    Developer eyes 6.4-acre Deer Park triangle parcel  9/24/98
        p.10
    Taubman might still build mall in North Barrington  10/8/98
        p.5
    Panel mulling moratorium on new home construction  10/8/98
        p.12
    Trustees:  revised Klehm proposal still too dense  10/15/98
        p.12
    Board rejects proposed construction moratorium  10/22/98
        p.11
    Details for proposed development unveiled  10/22/98 p.129
    Development decision delayed  10/29/98 p.6
    Hearings set for revised Taubman mall proposal  11/12/98 p.5
    Village consultants study 6.4-acre office-retail plan 
        11/12/98 p.24
    ACRE ready to renew its fight against mall  11/19/98 p.8
    Plans presented for health care campus  12/3/98 p.5
    DP panel to hear Hamilton Partners plan  12/10/98 p.6
    Debate begins over rezoning Graft property on Route 14 
        12/10/98 p.9
    Mall brawl  12/17/98 p.5
    Public outcry follows villages' mall vote  12/17/98 p.5
    Kennedy group abandons Deer Park plan  12/17/98 p.6
    NB-HW land dispute now eight years old  12/17/98 p.10
    Deer Park triangle office park proposal revised  12/24/98
        p.5
    Record number of home permits issued  12/24/98 p.6
    Board continues efforts to capture mall property  12/24/98
        p.8
    Taubman:  Company careful not to double-deal villages 
        12/24/98 p.8
    County files charges in mall brawl  12/31/98 p.5
 
REIDEL, RON                                                 
    Police officers' run raises funds for special athletes 
        6/25/98 p.9
 
RELAY FOR LIFE                                              
    Barrington rallies around its first Relay for Life  6/4/98
        p.7
    Hope runs high  6/11/98 p.9
 
REYNOLDS, GLORIA J.                                         
    Woman charged in post office crash  9/10/98 p.6
 
RHABDOMYOSARCOMA (DISEASE)                                  
    One day at a time  1/1/98 p.69
    Conflicting emotions  2/12/98 p.93
    A daily struggle  7/2/98 p.90
 
RICHARD HONQUEST FINE FURNISHINGS                           
    Honquest to display artist's original quilts  3/5/98 p.107
 
RICHARDSON, SHANNON                                         
    Shed no tears  1/29/98 p.109
 
RICHTER, FRANK                                              
    Silent citizen upset over pole placement  3/26/98 p.11
 
RIDGEWAY ENTERPRISES                                        
    Hilton eyes SB land  1/1/98 p.6
    Hilton deal being worked out  1/22/98 p.12
 
RIEFENBERG, MARK                                            
    Riefenberg:  State should privatize some agencies  2/12/98
        p.12
 
RITER, ROBERT                                               
    American Chartered Bank; Robert Riter, chairman  8/20/98
        p.107
 
ROADS                                                       
    BH board mulling traffic restrictions  1/22/98 p.11
    More toll booth construction slated  3/5/98 p.6
    Village announces summer road plan  3/26/98 p.14
    Hawthorne Lane/Rt. 59 intersection made safer  3/26/98 p.14
    Plum Tree Road becoming latest BH road controversy  4/2/98
        p.12
    State planning to widen local stretch of Route 22  4/16/98
        p.26
    IDOT holding meeting to explain Route 14 plan  4/23/98 p.5
    Broken gas main causes traffic headaches  4/30/98 p.5
    Board changes street's name  5/7/98 p.9
    Road repair roster revised  5/14/98 p.9
    Board debates solutions to NBS traffic problems  5/21/98 p.5
    No simple solutions to traffic problems  6/4/98 p.22
    BH residents oppose Ridge Road widening  7/2/98 p.19
    Algonquin reasserts stake in Bolz Road corridor plan 
        7/23/98 p.29
    District 220 opposing Bolz Road project  8/13/98 p.10
    District 220 passes resolution opposing Bolz Road plan 
        8/27/98 p.7
    Fitness center decision delayed  9/10/98 p.5
    McHenry county traffic woes continue  9/10/98 p.6
    State holding hearing on Route 14/Baldwin overhaul  10/8/98
        p.13
    Baldwin Road, U.S. Route 14 plan works  11/12/98 p.29
    South Barrington seeks to cut cut-through traffic  11/19/98
        p.7
    Route 68 resurfacing will start on April 1  11/19/98 p.12
    Route 53 opponents call roadway study one-sided  11/19/98
        p.30
    IDOT plan puts cloverleaf at Higgins and Route 59  11/26/98
        p.13
 
ROESER, JACK                                                
    J. Roeser crusades against District 300's referendum 
        2/19/98 p.9
 
ROSE, WILLIAM                                               
    Bill Rose gives donation to help build new school  3/26/98
        p.10
    Rose school donation put back in construction fund  7/16/98
        p.10
 
ROSEWOOD OF INVERNESS (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)             
    Senior housing builders predict April finish date  8/20/98
        p.14
 
ROSLYN ROAD SCHOOL                                          
    Plan could put new subdivision inside Roslyn Road School
        area  1/29/98 p.8
    Smart spellers  2/26/98 p.32
    Modern problems  3/12/98 p.35
    State of a fair  4/9/98 p.33
    Difficult task:  local fourth-graders analyze Arkansas
        school yard shootings  4/30/98 p.34
    Big picture  6/25/98 p.29
    Roslyn Road School students walk to help Brooks T. Mann 
        10/29/98 p.10
    Attitude of gratitude  12/3/98 p.35
    Raising awareness, making a difference  12/10/98 p.29
 
ROSS, KATHY                                                 
    PADS post filled  4/9/98 p.103
 
ROTHMAN, MIKE                                               
    Democrats find conservative to challenge Crane in the fall 
        5/7/98 p.10
    Phil Crane's challenger has unorthodox views on crime 
        10/8/98 p.10
    Crane favors medical savings; opponent backs bidding plan 
        10/15/98 p.10
 
ROY WILMERING SCOUT CABIN                                   
    New roofs are on the house  5/28/98 p.6
 
RUFFINO, MATT                                               
    Ruffino earns a shot at State  5/28/98 p.133
 
RUNYARD, MARLENE                                            
    Sheriff candidate is slated  5/21/98 p.13
    Del Re, Runyard run mud-free campaigns  10/8/98 p.11
 
RYAN COMPANIES                                              
    Retail/restaurant proposal has NB residents worrying 
        1/22/98 p.8
 
RYAN, GEORGE                                                
    Ryan painting himself as consensus builder  2/12/98 p.9
    Ryan joins centennial celebration  6/11/98 p.5
 
RYAN, MICHAEL                                               
    Trustee Ryan resigns  8/6/98 p.6
 
SAFETY TOWN                                                 
    New roofs are on the house  5/28/98 p.6
    Safety Town rolls on in new home  7/16/98 p.7
 
SAGEHORN, SCOTT                                             
    Sagehorn, Broncos pick apart H-F  11/5/98 p.132
 
SALVI, MIKE                                                 
    Salvi says his campaign is based on fresh ideas  2/12/98
        p.13
 
SANDBURG, JO ELLEN                                          
    Madam Magnifique  6/11/98 p.31
    Madam Sandburg's pupils pass the test  6/11/98 p.31
 
SANDERS, TOM                                                
    Nygren tops Sanders  3/19/98 p.13
 
SATURDAY, WILLIAM                                           
    Plaintiffs re-file Title 10 lawsuit  4/9/98 p.29
 
SCHAUMBURG ATHENAEUM                                        
    Art at the crossroads  12/10/98 p.B3
 
SCHAUMBURG PARK DISTRICT                                    
    Schaumburg scores stadium  4/9/98 p.124
    Owning baseball team not new to investor  4/9/98 p.125
    Stadium may be boon for business  4/9/98 p.125
 
SCHAUMBURG, ILL.                                            
    Schaumburg scores stadium  4/9/98 p.124
    Owning baseball team not new to investor  4/9/98 p.125
    Stadium may be boon for business  4/9/98 p.125
    Schaumburg Police:  man rigged his vehicle to look like a
        cop car  4/30/98 p.22
 
SCHOOL DISTRICT 95                                          
    District 95 officials promising to give answers at meeting 
        5/21/98 p.12
    District 95 officials promising to give answers at meeting 
        5/21/98 p.13
    School District 95 trying to fill empty administration
        posts  5/28/98 p.26
 
SCHREIBER, FRANCES                                          
    Couple repeats their wedding vows  9/10/98 p.93
 
SCHREIBER, ROBERT                                           
    Couple repeats their wedding vows  9/10/98 p.93
 
SCHUAMBURG FLYERS (BASEBALL CLUB)                           
    Schaumburg scores stadium  4/9/98 p.124
    Owning baseball team not new to investor  4/9/98 p.125
    Stadium may be boon for business  4/9/98 p.125
 
SCOTT, DOUGLAS                                              
    Former BHS assistant trainer will appeal felony conviction 
        12/10/98 p.10
 
SEARS, ROEBUCK AND COMPANY                                  
    Fuller:  Use Sears pact as leverage for border treaty 
        9/17/98 p.10
 
SECURITY RESEARCH, INC.                                     
    Office employees go on duck watch  4/23/98 p.12
    Eggs hatch; ducklings vanish  5/21/98 p.26
 
SEIGLE'S HOME & BUILDING CENTER                             
    Congregation seeks new home  5/28/98 p.19
 
SEMLA, FAITH                                                
    Faith Semla is honored for her volunteer work  1/22/98 p.96
 
SENIOR CITIZENS HALL OF FAME                                
    Fabulous 14  5/21/98 p.97
 
SESTAK, JUSTIN                                              
    Miller, Juarez, Nelson, and Sestak get job done  2/12/98
        p.117
 
SHAH, JAY                                                   
    Tremendous trio  6/18/98 p.35
 
SHAH, NIRAL                                                 
    Tremendous trio  6/18/98 p.35
 
SHARP, JOSEPH                                               
    Sharp sentencing Tuesday  11/19/98 p.6
 
SHELL OIL COMPANY                                           
    Residents say Shell's revised gas station plan won't wash 
        8/27/98 p.10
    Panel endorses Shell plan  9/3/98 p.11
    Shell station plan is approved  9/17/98 p.10
 
SHENK, SHIRLEY A.                                           
    Honquest to display artist's original quilts  3/5/98 p.107
 
SHILEY, HAROLD                                              
    Shileys celebrate 50th tomorrow  8/13/98 p.96
    Helen and Harold Shiley 50th wedding anniversary  9/24/98
        p.102
 
SHILEY, HELEN                                               
    Shileys celebrate 50th tomorrow  8/13/98 p.96
    Helen and Harold Shiley 50th wedding anniversary  9/24/98
        p.102
 
SILLIMAN, COURTNEY                                          
    Silliman, Molzahn make splashes in Junior Olympic meet at
        UIC  3/19/98 p.143
 
SINACORE, SAM                                               
    Board picks police chief, makes post part-time job  5/7/98
        p.8
 
SINNOTT, FAYE                                               
    Sinnott put on slate on LWV convention  7/16/98 p.33
 
SISTER-TO-SISTER SUMMIT                                     
    Girl power  6/4/98 p.101
 
SKIDMORE, ROBERT                                            
    Candidates pledging open communication  10/15/98 p.21
    Skidmore wins treasurer race  11/5/98 p.18
 
SKINNER, CALVIN, JR.                                        
    Candidates discuss ways to handle growth  3/12/98 p.12
    Skinner wins close contest  3/19/98 p.10
    Cal back on the job after narrow victory  3/26/98 p.13
    Skinner:  private life letter was necessary  10/22/98 p.8
    Ex-brother-in-law replies to Skinner mass mailing  10/29/98
        p.8
    Communication is key in legislative race  10/29/98 p.9
    Cal Skinner is re-elected despite divorce debate  11/5/98
        p.10
 
SMARINSKY, LINDSAY                                          
    Niwa and Smarinsky:  State-bound  2/12/98 p.117
 
SMITH, CLAIR                                                
    Arts advocate retiring  6/4/98 p.31
    Smith gets room for art  6/4/98 p.31
 
SMITH, JEANNINE                                             
    Communication is key in legislative race  10/29/98 p.9
 
SMITH, KIRBY                                                
    Barrington baseball legend to retire  3/19/98 p.7
    In good hands  3/19/98 p.142
    Many influenced Barrington's baseball coach along the way 
        6/18/98 p.128
    Smith always got his point across to his players  6/18/98
        p.129
    In the name of Kirby  7/9/98 p.111
    Farewell  8/13/98 p.115
 
SMITH, WILLIE RAY                                           
    Challenger touting career experience  2/26/98 p.14
 
SOLID WASTE AGENCY OF NORTHERN COOK COUNTY                  
    Garbage agency suffers setback  4/2/98 p.28
 
SOMETHING DIFFERENT                                         
    One massage parlor closes, another one faces charges 
        9/24/98 p.8
 
SOPHIE, BOB                                                 
    Longneck Ranch; Bob and Sarah Sophie, owners  1/22/98 p.101
 
SOPHIE, SARAH                                               
    Longneck Ranch; Bob and Sarah Sophie, owners  1/22/98 p.101
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON CLUB                                       
    South Barrington man accused of attack  4/23/98 p.6
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON CLUB (SWIM TEAM)                           
    Pooling resources  7/30/98 p.91
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT                              
    Park official faces felony theft charge  2/19/98 p.5
    Park District investigate misappropriation  3/5/98 p.5
    Blanchette's home set for auction  3/5/98 p.7
    Blanchette trial date set  3/12/98 p.6
    Pool to close for scrubbing  3/12/98 p.6
    Jacobs back on board  4/2/98 p.28
    Blanchette pleads not guilty  4/9/98 p.9
    SB park board eyes land for indoor ice arena, field house 
        4/23/98 p.8
    South Barrington officials investigate ice arena idea 
        5/21/98 p.9
    Bike path plan may hit roadblock  6/18/98 p.7
    SB Parks lose director Hays  7/2/98 p.5
    South Barrington Park District to study pool renovation 
        10/15/98 p.27
    Engineers to examine SB pool  11/5/98 p.33
    Former park district official pleads guilty  12/31/98 p.14
 
SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                                      
    New tax may cover cost of land  1/1/98 p.5
    Hilton eyes SB land  1/1/98 p.6
    Village imposes two-bit amusement tax  1/15/98 p.6
    Village grants AMC exclusive address  1/22/98 p.6
    Hilton deal being worked out  1/22/98 p.12
    Plan may help establish South Barrington focus  1/22/98 p.21
    Thief takes items from unlocked vehicles  1/29/98 p.13
    AMC targets March 20 opening  2/5/98 p.11
    Plans revealed for Klehm property  2/19/98 p.6
    Sewer project start date set  2/26/98 p.10
    Theater's opening benefits new Barbara Rose School  3/5/98
        p.7
    Elgin man arrested in South Barrington  3/19/98 p.6
    Sewer talks continue  3/19/98 p.6
    Rezoning sought to allow developer more flexibility 
        3/19/98 p.14
    Cops nab SB home invasion suspects  3/19/98 p.31
    Really big show place  3/19/98 p.126
    SB boards awards sewer contract  3/26/98 p.6
    SB treasurer resigns  3/26/98 p.6
    New school's opening pushed back  4/9/98 p.5
    SB to hire administrator  4/16/98 p.6
    SB board oks restaurant design  4/16/98 p.11
    Board oks berm at Willow Creek  4/16/98 p.11
    South Barrington man accused of attack  4/23/98 p.6
    SB park board eyes land for indoor ice arena, field house 
        4/23/98 p.8
    SB opposing wireless tower  4/30/98 p.9
    SB-UP lawsuit dismissed  5/14/98 p.14
    SB joins Municipal Conference  5/21/98 p.6
    South Barrington officials investigate ice arena idea 
        5/21/98 p.9
    Business park developer proposes property swap  5/21/98 p.12
    Fire guts house month before owners move in  5/28/98 p.11
    Village works on appearance standards  6/11/98 p.5
    Committee customizing code to South Barrington standard 
        6/11/98 p.10
    Bike path plan may hit roadblock  6/18/98 p.7
    Fight erupts again over wetland in greensward  6/18/98 p.9
    Village may not allow excavation of wetlands  6/18/98 p.9
    Public hearing set for Avlon developer rezoning proposal 
        6/18/98 p.13
    SB Parks lose director Hays  7/2/98 p.5
    Even affluent suburbs need street smarts  7/2/98 p.8
    Residents call proposed development too dense  7/30/98 p.5
    Cop enjoys role as police spokes man  7/30/98 p.7
    Developer to go forward with Klehm Nursery plan  8/6/98 p.5
    Kitchen fire damages South Barrington home  8/6/98 p.7
    Residents' concerns aren't just water under the bridge 
        8/20/98 p.10
    South Barrington attorney directed to draft rules of
        conduct for trustees  8/20/98 p.10
    Ten-story buildings could be built on Avlon property 
        8/20/98 p.11
    Committee begins process of revising comprehensive plan 
        9/3/98 p.8
    Village seeking to keep its traditional character  9/10/98
        p.13
    South Barrington vows development fight  9/17/98 p.5
    South Barrington hires land planner  9/17/98 p.6
    No takers for District 220 South Barrington land  9/17/98
        p.10
    Fuller:  Use Sears pact as leverage for border treaty 
        9/17/98 p.10
    Philosophical differences cited as resignation reason 
        9/24/98 p.12
    Trustees:  revised Klehm proposal still too dense  10/15/98
        p.12
    Board works on conduct code  10/15/98 p.14
    South Barrington Park District to study pool renovation 
        10/15/98 p.27
    Keeping village's character will be panel's top priority 
        10/22/98 p.27
    South Barrington board mulls merits of maintenance
        ordinances  11/5/98 p.12
    Engineers to examine SB pool  11/5/98 p.33
    South Barrington seeks to cut cut-through traffic  11/19/98
        p.7
    Star Wars fans flock to South Barrington theater  11/19/98
        p.26
    South Barrington resident finds wetland war draining 
        12/10/98 p.8
    Police hunting bold burglars  12/10/98 p.11
    Police pursue mystery cat  12/24/98 p.9
 
SOUTHEAST WISCONSIN REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION            
    Group looks to extend rail service to Milwaukee  3/19/98
        p.32
 
SPECIAL EDUCATION DISTRICT OF LAKE COUNTY                   
    District 220 tells SEDOL of plan to withdraw  7/9/98 p.14
 
SPELLMAN, ALONZO                                            
    Spellman puts media spotlight on Tower Lakes  3/12/98 p.5
    TL officials defend calling county cops  3/19/98 p.5
 
SPICER, TOM                                                 
    Tommy boy  1/8/98 p.93
    Spicer's OT trey keeps Broncos tied for first place 
        12/24/98 p.93
 
SPREYER, MARK                                               
    On the right path  10/22/98 p.103
 
SPRING CREEK FOREST PRESERVE                                
    Forest preserve purchase would connect greenway  12/10/98
        p.10
 
SPRINTCOM, INC.                                             
    Telephone antenna allowed on tower  5/7/98 p.9
 
SQUARE D COMPANY                                            
    Square D donates $250,000 for theater  10/8/98 p.27
 
ST. ANNE CATHOLIC CHURCH                                    
    Board may vote on St. Anne plan March 9  2/26/98 p.5
    Village gives final ok to church expansion  3/12/98 p.5
    St. Anne church officials defend design decisions  6/25/98
        p.10
    Cardinal Francis George visits St. Anne  10/22/98 p.7
    Survey results don't affect St. Anne design debate 
        10/22/98 p.7
 
ST. ANNE SCHOOL                                             
    Pen pals meet at St. Anne picnic  5/21/98 p.7
    Playing it safe  10/15/98 p.29
    Being constructive  11/5/98 p.35
 
ST. PETER'S CHURCH                                          
    New, old-fashioned style  12/31/98 p.65
 
ST. VIATOR HIGH SCHOOL                                      
    Father, farewell  7/2/98 p.26
    St. Viator clinches first postseason berth in 10 years 
        10/15/98 p.115
    Parking restrictions prompt morning rush at St. Viator 
        11/5/98 p.38
 
STADLER, ADAM                                               
    Stadler appreciated what he had  10/10/98 p.111
 
STARKIST COMPANY                                            
    New 45-lot LB subdivision proposed  2/19/98 p.6
    LB subdivision petition withdrawn  3/5/98 p.8
 
STEBBINS, DENNIS R.                                         
    Police nab robbery suspect  7/2/98 p.5
    Man pleads guilty to robberies  7/30/98 p.23
 
STEPHAN, DOLORES                                            
    Two Republicans vie for Siebel's county post  2/26/98 p.11
    Goslin defeats Stephan in tight Cook County race  3/19/98
        p.8
 
STEPHENS, NORVAL                                            
    Barrington community foundation created  9/3/98 p.7
 
STERN, GRACE MARY                                           
    Friends recalling Stern's passion for politics, life 
        5/21/98 p.13
 
STOUT, CHRIS                                                
    Answering the call  12/24/98 p.7
 
STRAYS HALFWAY HOUSE                                        
    Homes sought for stray cats, canines  8/13/98 p.7
 
STROGER, JOHN                                               
    President's race focuses on ethics, budget  3/12/98 p.11
    Stroger trounces Sutker  3/19/98 p.8
 
SUICIDE                                                     
    Isolated endings  10/29/98 p.103
 
SUNSET RIDGE FARMS (LAND SUBDIVISION)                       
    Residents' concerns aren't just water under the bridge 
        8/20/98 p.10
 
SUTKER, CALVIN                                              
    President's race focuses on ethics, budget  3/12/98 p.11
    Stroger trounces Sutker  3/19/98 p.8
 
SUTTON CROSSING (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                   
    Rezoning sought to allow developer more flexibility 
        3/19/98 p.14
    Business park developer proposes property swap  5/21/98 p.12
 
SWAYA, MARK                                                 
    Seventh man  3/26/98 p.124
 
SWEIS, ILLIANA                                              
    Plastic Surgery and Laser Center  1/15/98 p.85
 
SZYMANSKI, JACQUELINE                                       
    Look-alike lawsuit is dismissed  1/8/98 p.11
 
SZYMANSKI, RONALD                                           
    Look-alike lawsuit is dismissed  1/8/98 p.11
 
TALLEY, KRISTIE                                             
    Woodland student dies in accident  10/8/98 p.6
    Girl's parents filing wrongful death suit  10/15/98 p.5
    Smiling little girl remembered  10/15/98 p.5
    Police say fall killed girl  10/22/98 p.14
    Judge denies Talley family request to postpone Kane
        coroner's inquest  11/12/98 p.7
    Jury:  Girl's death was an accident  11/19/98 p.13
 
TAUBMAN COMPANY                                             
    No mall talk without boundary pact  2/26/98 p.5
    Mall debate dominates village plan discussion  4/16/98 p.9
    Mall is not a big issue at second plan meeting  4/30/98 p.10
    Taubman isn't closing door on mall proposal  5/14/98 p.12
    Plan panel won't rule out mall in North Barrington  5/21/98
        p.10
    NB mall talk resurfacing, long-range plan approved  7/30/98
        p.9
    Taubman might still build mall in North Barrington  10/8/98
        p.5
    Hearings set for revised Taubman mall proposal  11/12/98 p.5
    ACRE ready to renew its fight against mall  11/19/98 p.8
    Mall brawl  12/17/98 p.5
    Public outcry follows villages' mall vote  12/17/98 p.5
    NB-HW land dispute now eight years old  12/17/98 p.10
    Board continues efforts to capture mall property  12/24/98
        p.8
    Taubman:  Company careful not to double-deal villages 
        12/24/98 p.8
    County files charges in mall brawl  12/31/98 p.5
 
TAXATION                                                    
    District 220 sets levy  1/8/98 p.6
    Crane pushes tax break  1/8/98 p.10
    Officials fight for control of property tax pie  4/9/98 p.22
    Crane promotes flat tax during Barrington visit  5/7/98 p.10
    Appeal early and often, expert says  6/18/98 p.10
    Is your assessment high?  6/18/98 p.11
    District 220 tax bill spotlights disparity between counties
        6/18/98 p.12
    Assessing the assessments  6/25/98 p.11
    District 220 passes $56.6 million 1998 tax levy  11/26/98
        p.9
 
TAXATION--BARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, ILL.                         
    Assessment  7/23/98 p.91
 
TAXATION--BARRINGTON, ILL.                                  
    School District 220 facing deadline for referendum  1/1/98
        p.5
    School referendum put on ballot  1/15/98 p.5
    Referendum push begins  1/15/98 p.8
    Lamberson proposes tax cuts  2/5/98 p.6
    Trustees approve $1.6 million levy  12/17/98 p.9
    District 220 tax levy passed  12/31/98 p.14
 
TAXATION--COOK COUNTY, ILL.                                 
    Assessment protests cause delays in mailing tax bills 
        8/13/98 p.11
    Residents give assessor an earful at tax forums  10/15/98
        p.107
 
TAXATION--CUBA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                               
    Assessment roll corrections  3/19/98 p.130
    Assessment roll  11/5/98 p.118
    Delinquencies  11/19/98 p.126
 
TAXATION--ELA TOWNSHIP, ILL.                                
    Assessment roll corrections  3/19/98 p.119
    Delinquencies  11/19/98 p.120
    Assessment roll  12/3/98 p.L2
 
TAXATION--LAKE COUNTY, ILL.                                 
    County taxes go up, but not very much  5/7/98 p.31
    Lake County assessors are getting the job done  8/6/98 p.9
 
TAXATION--SOUTH BARRINGTON, ILL.                            
    Village imposes two-bit amusement tax  1/15/98 p.6
 
TAYLER, TOM                                                 
    Park District doesn't renew director's contract  11/12/98
        p.5
 
THALHEIMER, CHAD                                            
    Like father, like son  12/31/98 p.81
 
THOMPSON, JOYCE                                             
    County anti-crime efforts need more coordination  10/8/98
        p.11
 
THUNDERBIRD COUNTRY CLUB                                    
    Golf course developers seek park accord  4/9/98 p.14
    Park board studies plans for T'bird sports complex  4/23/98
        p.8
    Park board doesn't back proposal for Thunderbird  5/21/98
        p.8
    Getting a grip  7/23/98 p.119
    Residents concerned about Thunderbird development  8/13/98
        p.10
    Park District states Thunderbird position  10/1/98 p.6
    Partners hoping to reopen talks on Thunderbird plan 
        10/22/98 p.11
 
TILLMAN, JOAN                                               
    AHA honors Joan Tillman  7/30/98 p.101
 
TIMBER LAKE, ILL.                                           
    State helicopter, county canines used to capture battery
        suspect  12/3/98 p.8
 
TIMOCH, JANINE                                              
    Popular DARE officer quits Barrington Hills police force 
        12/10/98 p.9
 
TINKHAM, BRADY                                              
    Tinkham outshines Lockport catcher in quarterfinal win 
        6/18/98 p.129
 
TODAY SPA                                                   
    One massage parlor closes, another one faces charges 
        9/24/98 p.8
    Massage parlors get day in court  10/8/98 p.5
 
TONIGAN, HENRY C.                                           
    Tonigan elected chief judge  7/16/98 p.14
 
TONNEMAN, BROOKE                                            
    Star matter:  Barrington native helps turn talent into fame
        4/30/98 p.B3
 
TOOTSIES                                                    
    Tootsies; Nick Fletcher, owner  8/6/98 p.111
 
TOWER LAKES (SWIM TEAM)                                     
    Pooling resources  7/30/98 p.91
 
TOWER LAKES, ILL.                                           
    Board mulls water rate increase  1/8/98 p.5
    Tower Lakes hikes water rate  1/15/98 p.6
    Building water storage tank is village's next big project 
        1/15/98 p.9
    Christmas grinch prompting an anti-scavenger ordinance 
        1/22/98 p.10
    Tower Lakes water project bids received  2/19/98 p.6
    Spellman puts media spotlight on Tower Lakes  3/12/98 p.5
    TL officials defend calling county cops  3/19/98 p.5
    TL may go with part-time police chief  4/16/98 p.5
    TL water project delayed  4/23/98 p.6
    Board picks police chief, makes post part-time job  5/7/98
        p.8
    Tonigan elected chief judge  7/16/98 p.14
    Utility construction to start soon  8/20/98 p.6
    Tower Lakes trustees taking closer look at bids  9/24/98
        p.11
    Water storage tank to be fenced off  10/1/98 p.6
    Regional soccer field proposal may take a hike  10/15/98 p.7
    Tower Lakes stormwater committee created  10/22/98 p.6
    Treasurer's statement  10/22/98 p.122
 
TRAFFIC                                                     
    Group looks to extend rail service to Milwaukee  3/19/98
        p.32
    Residents:  traffic congestion is biggest issue in
        Barrington  9/10/98 p.9
 
TRANSPORTATION                                              
    Hoffman Estates looks at El extension project  3/19/98 p.22
    Group looks to extend rail service to Milwaukee  3/19/98
        p.32
    No simple solutions to traffic problems  6/4/98 p.22
 
TRAUB, KAREN                                                
    Traub, Hulett to coach BHS varsity volleyball  7/30/98 p.113
 
TUDOR OAKS FARM                                             
    Here come the Haflingers  8/13/98 p.89
    Correction to story of 8/13/98  8/20/98 p.6
 
TUETING, SARAH                                              
    Tueting:  go top-shelf with dreams  6/25/98 p.113
 
UARCO, INC.                                                 
    Village informed of UARCO layoffs  3/5/98 p.6
 
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD                                      
    SB-UP lawsuit dismissed  5/14/98 p.14
 
UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 300                                    
    J. Roeser crusades against District 300's referendum 
        2/19/98 p.9
 
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST                                     
    Church welcomes new pastor  1/29/98 p.87
 
UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE                                
    Not a red-letter day at Barrington Post Office  8/20/98 p.5
    Woman charged in post office crash  9/10/98 p.6
    Pre-holidays blues  11/19/98 p.129
 
UNIVERSITY PARK (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                   
    Developers eye 322-acre Hoffman site  7/30/98 p.107
    Officials, public express concerns  7/30/98 p.107
    Wildlife would be displaced  7/30/98 p.107
 
UNIVERSITY PLACE (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)                  
    Hearing set for University Place  11/26/98 p.6
 
VALADEZ, ROBERT                                             
    A voice for students  12/24/98 p.19
 
VALENTINE MANOR (LAND SUBDIVISION)                          
    Dispute blocks passage of boundary agreement  9/3/98 p.5
    Correction to story of 9/3/98  9/10/98 p.6
 
VELLEUER, RON                                               
    BHS grad returns to teach music  10/15/98 p.7
    New director at helm for Christmas concert  12/10/98 p.7
 
VERN'S TAXIDERMY                                            
    Vern's Taxidermy, Vern Brancamp, owner  12/10/98 p.117
 
VILLAGE BANK & TRUST                                        
    Bank to be built in North Barrington  5/14/98 p.116
 
VILLAGE CHURCH OF BARRINGTON                                
    Village Church presents Easter play  4/2/98 p.7
    Village Church plan endorsed  6/25/98 p.10
    Village Church plan approved  8/13/98 p.10
    New director at helm for Christmas concert  12/10/98 p.7
 
VOLO, ILL.                                                  
    New, old-fashioned style  12/31/98 p.65
 
WAGON WHEEL FIGURE SKATING CLUB                             
    Club fosters Olympic dreams for skaters  2/5/98 p.7
    Athlete still inspired by brother  2/5/98 p.7
    Intermediate Starlets skate to silver medal at Nationals 
        4/16/98 p.135
 
WALKER, COURTNEY                                            
    Walker pitches 'Canes into national tournament  7/2/98 p.114
 
WAL-MART                                                    
    LZ board balking at Wal-Mart expansion  4/30/98 p.11
    LZ board postpones vote on Wal-Mart expansion proposal 
        5/7/98 p.8
 
WALTER, ELIZABETH                                           
    Woman of the Year  10/8/98 p.93
 
WALTERS, TRACY SUE                                          
    Former Fillie Walters helps Harper tennis to most
        successful season  12/31/98 p.83
 
WAMBERG, DEDE                                               
    Wamberg will chair District 220 foundation  11/5/98 p.28
 
WARWAK, DAVE                                                
    Inslide Tackle, Dave Warwak, owner  7/23/98 p.113
 
WATER QUALITY                                               
    Officials:  water is still safe despite elevated lead level
        4/2/98 p.12
    Officials:  water is still safe despite elevated lead level
        4/2/98 p.12
    Water quality may go down the sewer if law is changed 
        12/17/98 p.18
 
WATER SUPPLY                                                
    Board mulls water rate increase  1/8/98 p.5
    Building water storage tank is village's next big project 
        1/15/98 p.9
    LB water tower takes shape  2/5/98 p.6
    Tower Lakes water project bids received  2/19/98 p.6
    TL water project delayed  4/23/98 p.6
    Water system renovation will have residents seeing orange 
        6/25/98 p.10
    Utility construction to start soon  8/20/98 p.6
    Residents' concerns aren't just water under the bridge 
        8/20/98 p.10
    Tower Lakes trustees taking closer look at bids  9/24/98
        p.11
    Water storage tank to be fenced off  10/1/98 p.6
 
WAUCONDA, ILL.                                              
    Wauconda ex-chief sues to get job back  4/2/98 p.29
    Wauconda rodeo rides once more  7/9/98 p.28
    Rodeo weekend was a bumpy ride  7/16/98 p.12
 
WAXLER, DONALD R.                                           
    Injured man gets ticket  2/5/98 p.11
 
WEATHER                                                     
    Winds damage walls at school construction site  3/12/98 p.8
    Barrington weathers storm  11/19/98 p.9
 
WEATHERSTONE OF INVERNESS (REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT)         
    Panel disapproves of townhouse plan  1/8/98 p.5
    Townhouse proposal is defeated  1/29/98 p.11
    Development to have fewer town houses, lower density 
        5/21/98 p.10
 
WESTWOOD (LAND SUBDIVISION)                                 
    Westwood, Glen Acres parents seek school bus service 
        7/30/98 p.7
 
WETLANDS                                                    
    Wetlands preservation is key to survival for many species 
        9/3/98 p.85
    South Barrington resident finds wetland war draining 
        12/10/98 p.8
 
WHITE MEMORIAL CEMETERY                                     
    White cemetery rededication set  6/4/98 p.6
 
WILD HAIR SALON                                             
    Business owner reaching out to help young girl with cancer 
        5/28/98 p.19
 
WILDFLOWER CONTINENTAL BISTRO (RESTAURANT)                  
    Restaurant denied liquor license  10/15/98 p.6
    Wildflower Continental Bistro; Troy and Holly Hagen, owners
        12/31/98 p.75
 
WILKES, PETER                                               
    Barrington rocks  12/3/98 p.111
 
WILLOW CREEK COMMUNITY CHURCH                               
    Willow Creek buys 10-acre parcel for $1 million  3/19/98 p.9
    Board oks berm at Willow Creek  4/16/98 p.11
 
WINDY CITY BALLOON PORT                                     
    Windy City Balloon Port  6/11/98 p.118
 
WOLLNEY, FRANK                                              
    Seed money:  Barrington Hills resident builds a nest egg
        for his retirement  9/3/98 p.100
 
WOODLAND SCHOOL                                             
    Woodland student dies in accident  10/8/98 p.6
    Girl's parents filing wrongful death suit  10/15/98 p.5
    Smiling little girl remembered  10/15/98 p.5
    Tragedy is sad lesson for kids  10/15/98 p.8
    Police say fall killed girl  10/22/98 p.14
    Judge denies Talley family request to postpone Kane
        coroner's inquest  11/12/98 p.7
    Jury:  Girl's death was an accident  11/19/98 p.13
 
WORLD OF EDUCATION                                          
    International assistants  2/26/98 p.29
 
WRITE STUFF [WRITING CONTEST]                               
    Winners  4/9/98 p.B32
 
WYNSTONE (SWIM TEAM)                                        
    Pooling resources  7/30/98 p.91
 
YEAR IN REVIEW                                              
    Year in review  1/1/98 p.10
    Top ten stories  1/1/98 p.8
 
YOUNG WRITERS CONTEST                                       
    Winners  8/20/98 p. 29
    Winners  8/27/98 p.91
 
YOUTH                                                       
    Palatine peer jury candidates sought  10/15/98 p.26
 
YUEN, LAWRENCE                                              
    Tremendous trio  6/18/98 p.35
 
ZARLENGA, PETER                                             
    Man sentenced in sex assault case  9/10/98 p.21
 
ZARNDT, ANGELICA                                            
    Farm facing threats from all directions  8/13/98 p.8
 
ZARNDT, ELMER                                               
    Farm facing threats from all directions  8/13/98 p.8
 
ZIELINSKI, ED                                               
    SB treasurer resigns  3/26/98 p.6
 
ZONING                                                      
    Barrington planning panel's power reaches new heights 
        2/12/98 p.8
    Rezoning sought to allow developer more flexibility 
        3/19/98 p.14
    SB opposing wireless tower  4/30/98 p.9
    Senior housing plan approved  5/28/98 p.5
    Town house plan may crowd corner  9/10/98 p.5
    Village seeking to keep its traditional character  9/10/98
        p.13
    South Barrington vows development fight  9/17/98 p.5
    Commissioners, neighbors wary of Route 14 rezoning 
        11/12/98 p.8
    Debate begins over rezoning Graft property on Route 14 
        12/10/98 p.9
 
ZYDLO, STANLEY                                              
    Village honors Zydlo  1/12/98 p.6

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