Day by day Herald photographers shot occasions, information, climate and have photos final week.


Stacy Kifer, of Carol Stream holds twins Kobe, left, and Kaleb, age 2-1/2, after they had their photo taken with the Easter Bunny and 18 other sets of twins at Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg Thursday.

 
Stacy Kifer, of Carol Stream holds twins Kobe, left, and Kaleb, age 2-1/2, after that they had their picture taken with the Easter Bunny and 18 different units of twins at Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg Thursday.

Joe Lewnard | Employees Photographer


Executive Director Maria Brooks of the Salt Creek Ballet Company, looks through the costumes for the company's productions. The company is in need of a new facility because its current spot in Westmont is too crowded.

 
Government Director Maria Brooks of the Salt Creek Ballet Firm, appears to be like by the costumes for the corporate’s productions. The corporate is in want of a brand new facility as a result of its present spot in Westmont is simply too crowded.

Bev Horne | Employees Photographer


Frank Biskner, of Inverness swings his way into a nice spring day by teeing up a bucket of golf balls at Twin Lakes in Palatine. The temperature reached the high 60s.

 
Frank Biskner, of Inverness swings his approach into a pleasant spring day by teeing up a bucket of golf balls at Twin Lakes in Palatine. The temperature reached the excessive 60s.

Mark Welsh | Employees Photographer


Opponents of a planned five-story apartment complex at the site of the former Giesche Shoes store rallied outside the long-dormant retailer to protest the Apex 400 project in Glen Ellyn Saturday, March 6, 2019.

 
Opponents of a deliberate five-story house advanced on the web site of the previous Giesche Footwear retailer rallied exterior the long-dormant retailer to protest the Apex 400 challenge in Glen Ellyn Saturday, March 6, 2019.

Steve Lundy | Employees Photographer


Don Habersberger, of Bollingbrook examines some rocks during a sale of geological specimens at Wheaton College Saturday, March 6, 2019.

 
Don Habersberger, of Bollingbrook examines some rocks throughout a sale of geological specimens at Wheaton School Saturday, March 6, 2019.

Steve Lundy | Employees Photographer


Thousands of geological specimens were available for sale at Wheaton College Saturday, March 6, 2019.

 
1000’s of geological specimens have been out there on the market at Wheaton School Saturday, March 6, 2019.

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Steve Lundy | Employees Photographer


Matthew Banholzer, 12, left, aligns "Transformers" being used as film subjects during a program led by Matt Lauterbach, a documentary filmmaker and editor with Chicago's Kartemquin Films, who is working with teens as part of his two-month residence at the Arlington Heights Memorial Library.

 
Matthew Banholzer, 12, left, aligns “Transformers” getting used as movie topics throughout a program led by Matt Lauterbach, a documentary filmmaker and editor with Chicago’s Kartemquin Movies, who’s working with teenagers as a part of his two-month residence on the Arlington Heights Memorial Library.

Joe Lewnard | Employees Photographer


Dan Dolan of Aurora, in blue shirt from left, holds hands with Dr. Alexandra Tsang, Director Kane County Diagnostic Center, Susan Salinas of Montgomery and Judy Richter of Geneva, Thursday during the CASA Kane County's Annual Hands Around the Courthouse in Geneva. The event raises awareness for National Child Abuse Prevention Month.

 
Dan Dolan of Aurora, in blue shirt from left, holds fingers with Dr. Alexandra Tsang, Director Kane County Diagnostic Middle, Susan Salinas of Montgomery and Judy Richter of Geneva, Thursday in the course of the CASA Kane County’s Annual Arms Across the Courthouse in Geneva. The occasion raises consciousness for Nationwide Little one Abuse Prevention Month.

Brian Hill | Employees Photographer


Taylor Frank, a junior at Grayslake Central High School, looks over a dress at the Pop Up Prom Shoppe to give away used prom dresses at the College of Lake County Saturday, March 6, 2019. It was sponsored by Zengeler Cleaners and the Mothers Trust Foundation.

 
Taylor Frank, a junior at Grayslake Central Excessive College, appears to be like over a gown on the Pop Up Promenade Shoppe to present away used promenade clothes on the School of Lake County Saturday, March 6, 2019. It was sponsored by Zengeler Cleaners and the Moms Belief Basis.

John Starks | Employees Photographer


Hubert Materniak, of Cary, center right in maroon hoodie, volunteers Saturday at AMVETS Post 66 in Wheeling to help sort Care Package donations for distribution to deployed U.S. troops.

 
Hubert Materniak, of Cary, heart proper in maroon hoodie, volunteers Saturday at AMVETS Publish 66 in Wheeling to assist type Care Package deal donations for distribution to deployed U.S. troops.

Brian Hill | Employees Photographer


Fire Chief Steven Wascher, right, and firefighters from the South Elgin & Countryside Fire Protection District, break ground on Station 23 in South Elgin on Monday.

 
Fireplace Chief Steven Wascher, proper, and firefighters from the South Elgin & Countryside Fireplace Safety District, break floor on Station 23 in South Elgin on Monday.

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Bev Horne | Employees Photographer


Jan and Mike Barbour, of Naperville serve as keynote speakers as the Aurora University Veterans Association on Tuesday evening hosts "Wounds Unseen: A panel discussion and presentation concerning PTSD among different walks of life" at Crimi Auditorium on the campus of Aurora University. Mike related his experience on the Vietnam battlefield. Jan spoke of how the two of them continue to receive help to work through the impact Mike's traumatic experiences have on their everyday life.

 
Jan and Mike Barbour, of Naperville function keynote audio system because the Aurora College Veterans Affiliation on Tuesday night hosts “Wounds Unseen: A panel dialogue and presentation regarding PTSD amongst totally different walks of life” at Crimi Auditorium on the campus of Aurora College. Mike associated his expertise on the Vietnam battlefield. Jan spoke of how the 2 of them proceed to obtain assist to work by the influence Mike’s traumatic experiences have on their on a regular basis life.

Patrick Kunzer | Employees Photographer


Nick Korompilas, a 94-year old Word War II veteran from Park Ridge, attends a reception after being recognized for heroism during the war at a ceremony at Great Lakes Naval Station's recruit graduation Friday.

 
Nick Korompilas, a 94-year previous Phrase Struggle II veteran from Park Ridge, attends a reception after being acknowledged for heroism in the course of the conflict at a ceremony at Nice Lakes Naval Station’s recruit commencement Friday.

Joe Lewnard | Employees Photographer


Rolling Meadows Army veteran and triple amputee Bryan Anderson thanks friends and family after receiving the 9th annual Eagle Rare Life Award from Eagle Rare Bourbon at Rep's Place in Rolling Meadows Tuesday.

 
Rolling Meadows Military veteran and triple amputee Bryan Anderson thanks family and friends after receiving the ninth annual Eagle Uncommon Life Award from Eagle Uncommon Bourbon at Rep’s Place in Rolling Meadows Tuesday.

Joe Lewnard | Employees Photographer


Crews from Daprato Rigali Studios in Chicago install a section of stained glass they made for St. James Catholic Church in Arlington Heights. Interior and exterior renovations are winding down on the church building and surrounding property.

 
Crews from Daprato Rigali Studios in Chicago set up a piece of stained glass they made for St. James Catholic Church in Arlington Heights. Inside and exterior renovations are winding down on the church constructing and surrounding property.

Paul Valade | Employees Photographer


An expanded section of St. James Catholic Church in Arlington Heights gets some final touch attention as renovations near completion in time for Easter Masses.

 
An expanded part of St. James Catholic Church in Arlington Heights will get some closing contact consideration as renovations close to completion in time for Easter Plenty.

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Paul Valade | Employees Photographer


A light snow coating the grass created a perfect afternoon refresher for this herd of deer at Palatine's Forest Preserve Deer Grove East on Wednesday.

 
A lightweight snow coating the grass created an ideal afternoon refresher for this herd of deer at Palatine’s Forest Protect Deer Grove East on Wednesday.

Mark Welsh | Employees Photographer


Nineteen sets of twins under the age of two have their photo taken with the Easter Bunny at Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg Thursday.

 
Nineteen units of twins underneath the age of two have their picture taken with the Easter Bunny at Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg Thursday.

Joe Lewnard | Employees Photographer


Michel Orzech, from Suburban Trim and Glass moves stock prior to cleaning broken glass after a car went through the window of the Comfort Shoes store at the intersection of Rand and Arlington Heights roads in Arlington Heights Thursday afternoon.

 
Michel Orzech, from Suburban Trim and Glass strikes inventory previous to cleansing damaged glass after a automotive went by the window of the Consolation Footwear retailer on the intersection of Rand and Arlington Heights roads in Arlington Heights Thursday afternoon.

Joe Lewnard | Employees Photographer


Dunkerton, golden retriever named after a town in Iowa, checks out a passing umpire at the St. Francis freshman baseball game in Wheaton Thursday. He was with his owner, Lynn Gilroy, whose son plays on the Spartan team.

 
Dunkerton, golden retriever named after a city in Iowa, checks out a passing umpire on the St. Francis freshman baseball recreation in Wheaton Thursday. He was along with his proprietor, Lynn Gilroy, whose son performs on the Spartan workforce.

John Starks | Employees Photographer

        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        

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