Every home has a kitchen. Some kitchens are small & cozy while others are grand in features & size. Some kitchens are cooked in daily, and other kitchens are more often used
With eleven candidates running for four open seats on Barrington 220’s Board of Education (BOE), it’s a crowded race. There were 12 in the running but one candidate, Alex Strobl, has opted out.
Father Joji Thangundla shared a hopeful message to start the Lenten season this Ash Wednesday inspired by his recent and long awaited visit home to see his mother and family in India.
A Colorado couple has purchased the historic building at 125 E. Main Street where they plan to bring a brand new business to Barrington later this year. Dana Merrill Brown who goes
Do you know what tastes especially good during the snowy days of winter? Girl Scout Cookies! These are literally the final hours to purchase cookies from our local Scouts so we wanted
The new Barrington Area Volunteer Connection is a valuable and innovative resource for those interested in volunteering their time and talents to connect with local causes that need our help, now more
Barrington’s Courageous Conversations is excited to kick off their first events of 2021 with a special virtual gathering to meditate on the moment, celebrate our collective power, rekindle possibilities, renew intentions, and
Some of the best gifts that come from the heart also happen to please your palate, satisfy your sweet tooth and even wet your whistle. True, there’s no place like home for
Barrington High School social studies teacher Kathleen Duffy has been named the 2021 North Suburbs Region Teacher of the Year by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE). Duffy is now one
When protesters began organizing the first demonstrations in Chicago after the police killing of George Floyd on May 25th in Minneapolis, Barrington resident, Anya Sastry hoped to head to the city to
Grove Avenue Elementary School 4th Grader, Roman Booker is taking his soccer skills to a new level to support families needing food and healthcare providers working tirelessly to save lives during the
Barrington photographer, Janette Tepas is joining efforts to localize the national Front Porch Photo movement during the COVID-19 pandemic. Families across the country are having their photos taken in front of their
Barrington area photographers are beginning to get back to business as of May 1st as the state of Illinois starts to ease some of the stay-at-home restrictions impacting how they operate. Photographers
The number of Illinois’ confirmed COVID-19 infections jumped by 1,006 with 33 additional lost lives reported Monday, April 6th. That brings the totals in Illinois to 12,262 confirmed cases, 307 deaths and
The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Illinois jumped by 296 Sunday, bringing the total number of cases to at least 1,049 in our state. Health officials say we can expect