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Former Bookkeeper Sentenced

Updated: 09/03/2004 - A former bookkeeper at a Rockford chain hotel was sentenced Friday to 24 months in federal prison for mail fraud and stealing from the hotel.

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Harlem School District Schedule

Updated: 09/03/2004 - School starts in the Harlem Consolidated School District on Friday, September 3, 2004.

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Neighborhood Watch Meeting

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Updated: 09/03/2004 - The Mallquist Park area Neighborhood Watch group discusses their progress, and work left to be done at their monthly meeting.

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Back to School for Harlem

Updated: 09/02/2004 - Students in the Harlem school district will finally head back to class Friday. The teacher strike that lasted nine days is now over

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Attempted Bank Robbery

Updated: 09/02/2004 - An armed black male is still on the loose after attempting a bank robbery in Rockford Thursday morning.

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Chicago's Airports Very Busy

Updated: 09/02/2004 - More than 1.5 million travelers are expected at Chicago's airports over the Labor Day weekend.

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Otters Removed from Endangered List in Illinois

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Updated: 09/02/2004 - Otters have rebounded from near-extinction in Illinois, causing the state's Department of Natural Resources to remove them from the threatened and endangered species list.

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Harlem Teacher Talks Move Forward

Updated: 09/02/2004 - School in the Harlem District is canceled for a ninth straight day on Thursday. but school could start Friday.

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Leaves Changing Color Early

Updated: 09/01/2004 - If you haven't noticed by now, there's a rather unusual phenomenon taking place in the Great Outdoors right now, perhaps right in your back yard. Leaves are already beginning to change color; an early taste of autumn.

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Job Fair at Cherryvale Mall

Updated: 09/01/2004 - One new store at Cherryvale Mall is looking to hire more than a dozen employees.

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Gaming Board's Remaining Members Lack Quorum

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Updated: 09/01/2004 - A spokeswoman says Gov. Rod Blagojevich won't approve hiring outside counsel for the Illinois Gaming Board until new board members are named.

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No School for Harlem

Updated: 09/01/2004 - No school Wednesday for almost 8,000 students in the Harlem school district.

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The Aftermath of a Strike

Posted: 08/31/2004 - Teacher strikes can have lasting effects on school districts; just ask those in Oregon schools.

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State Sues Wal-Mart and Target Over Web Sales Tax

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Updated: 08/31/2004 - The Illinois attorney general's office has filed suit against two of the nation's largest retailers over claims that they aren't collecting state taxes for sales generated over the Internet.

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