102. This Week in Barrington Suburban Life

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Virtually tour the Sanfilippo family estate by flipping through this week’s pages of Barrington Suburban Life. Contributing photographer Jeff Krage accompanied area residents as they embarked on a three-hour guided tour of the antique-filled home.  You’ll find that story plus many more when you turn the cover page on this week’s issue.

Barrington Suburban Life - April 17, 2014
Barrington Suburban Life – April 17, 2014

Here are more of the stories you’ll find in this week paper, according to Barrington Suburban Life reporter, Tarah Thorne…

Psychologist talks adolescent sexting
After a recent sexting case surface at Barrington’s Station Middle School, Dr. Cheryl Borst of Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital is speaking out about how social media and peer pressure can lead to inappropriate texts. Plus, Barrington Police and school officials lend some tips to avoid trouble.

Village trustees talk fire services
A recent fire less than two blocks from village boundaries, on 1000 block of South Grove Avenue, has sparked the attention of Barrington board members. Why was the Barrington Fire Department not called to assist the Barrington Countryside Fire Protection District? Check out board meeting coverage in this week’s paper.

Get to know Peter Chung
This Barrington High School senior speaks out about his BHS-TV advocacy videos and plans for college. Chung is known for being president of his school’s production club and using his video skills to help local charities. Suburban Life reporter Kyle Stephans spoke with Chung about his commitment to giving back.

All sights set on Austria
Barrington-born singer and “Army wife” Caitlin Reyna is sharing her story in this week’s edition Barrington Suburban Life. Reyna would like to further pursue her opera career by attending a summer program in Austria, but has limited time to raise money.

You’ll find these stories and much more in this week’s Barrington Sububan Life.


Barrington Suburban Life is one publication in Shaw Media’s family of FREE local newspapers published weekly in suburban Chicago. The paper arrives by mail on Thursdays to homes and businesses in zip code 60010 and you can also pick up copies at businesses all over town.  Keep track of their latest stories on their website at BarringtonSuburbanLife.com or at Facebook.com/BarringtonSuburbanLife.

(In June of 2013, 365Barrington.com entered into a news & marketing partnership with Shaw Media and the Barrington Suburban Life newspaper to work together in promoting Barrington events, stories, organizations and businesses online and in print.)

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