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Good for Kruger Northwest suburbs analysing the Hawks Trade of Versteeg Nordstrom Dietz sports daily Herald priests True calling St. Charles Man became a successful car dealer instead a business saturday september 12, 2015 paddock publications a 143rd year a no. 333 big picture a local focus $1.00 c234567 12v2 years for Naperville Man apologizes for actions that by Justin pm itch a Milch to atty Herald it am Brian Howard of Naperville was sentenced Friday to \2vz years in prison on Federal charges that he set fire to an air traffic control Center in Aurora a year ago causing flight delays across the country and the world. He also was ordered by . District judge Gary Feinerman to serve three years of parole after his sentence and to pay $4.5 million restitution to the Federal aviation administration. Howard 37, pleaded guilty May 28 to intentionally disabling telecommunications infrastructure at the Chicago air route traffic control Center on sept. 26, 2014, and to setting fire to the area that housed the equipment. Howard had faced a possible sentence of 30 years and a Fine of $250, Khz or twice the Gross loss caused by his action. He has been in Federal custody since his arrest. A tearful and at times sobbing Howard apologized to family friends and everyone affected by what he did. Quot i m really sorry he told the court. Quot in be had in a months to think about what i did and i still can to explain it. In a filled with shame. I never wanted to add to anyone s Burden so i did not share with them that i was depressed. I truly thought i would Only cause minor Howard s defense attorney Ronald safer told the court Howard has been diagnosed see sentence on Page 9 Moi i Sanders Dander daily Herald Cam an arson fire at the Aurora air traffic control Center disrupted flights All across the country last fall. High school football a week 3 mount Prospect mayor named to state Board Fremd hangs on Fremd 42, Prospect 35 new Trier 29, Maine West 14 Barrington 42, Elk Grove 18 Palatine 24, rolling Meadows 15 More in sports and at win a up j v j Kiln mme i m Ark wit Ahmu re h it daily by Mike Riopell and Steve Zalisky in Herald rom Maluth Duluth Herald rom mount Prospect mayor Arlene Juracek has been appointed to the Illinois finance authority Board. Gov. Bruce Rauner Friday named Juracek to the spot. Which comes with no salary. Quot the Illinois finance authority is realty like a conduit for folks to get Low interest or tax free Loans and to really further economic development and tilings like senior housing first time Farmers and Hospital financing a Juracek said. Juracek was first elected mayor in 2013 and has w worked As head of the Illinois Power Agency a Small state Agency that helps regulate the Cost of Arlene Juracek Power comp buys for its customers. On the finance authority Board Juracek says Shell decline to vote on matters that affect mount Prospect directly. A i think it is going to be a personal growth Opportunity for me to learn More about this kind of financing and then see what kind of knowledge i can bring Back to the she said. Quot. This will be a great learning Juracek s 3-year term is subject to a confirmation vote by the Illinois Senate. She also is chairman of die of Hare noise compatibility commission. Fremd a Jim Walsh 45 celebrates the touchdown he recovered in the end zone after teammate de Angelo Roberson 20 brought pressure on a punt attempt by Prospect s Anthony Liva right. How body camera might have helped Case by Mike Riopell and Lee Filas in r Topell till a the fist a i Tom Lilii it to Taii Hera i rom the author of the state s new police body camera Law and a top Dike county investigator agree a body camera could have helped officials with the investigation surrounding the death of Fox i Ake it. Charles Joseph Gliniewicz. George Filenko commander of the Lake county major crimes task Force said body cameras would have been helpful to determine who shot Gliniewicz. Quot any video would have helped in the investigation Quot he said. Quot it could have possibly Given investigators a video or a sequence of videos of everything that happened Quot any video is Good evidence a Filenko said. The search for suspects in the death of Gliniewicz see helped on Page 9 Charles Joseph Gliniewicz see photo gallery at weekend a play 5 things you might do comic quest journey off to Quot spam lot Quot the Erie Idle and John duprez musical based on the 1975 film Quot Monty Python and the holy it sat Metropolis performing arts Centre his. Campbell St., Arlington Heights and centers on the efforts of King Arthur and his knights to Complete their quest despite ill mannered frenchmen and killer rabbits. Tickets $30-$38. 847 577-2121 or . 3 and 7 . Today and 3 . Sunday. Brats and Beer celebrate German heritage and culture with the Platz Monzert German fest and 5k, which features plenty of music food Beer and competitions today at the Sears Centre Arena 5333 Prairie Stone Parkway Hoffman estates. No admission charge though there is a registration fee to run the 5k race. 847 781-2669 or . 9 am. To 5 . Today. Speedy Shakespeare three actors per Orin All of William Shakespeare s works in 90 minutes on a Short hike through the Morton arboretum 4100 route 53, Lisle. Quot the Complete works of Wil Liam Shakespeare abridged revised Quot features performers Brian Gale Tommy and Matt Lunt. $10-$20. 630 725-2066 or . Performances begin at i . Today. Oom pah enjoy sausages spirits and German brass music at Raue Oberfest Raue centers 2nd annual oktoberfest Celebration today at la 129 Illinois route 176, Woodstock. $5. 815 356-9212 or Raue . 4 . To Midnight today. Live from Lake county before Quot saturday night live Quot starts its season in october catch up w Ith current cast member and writer Jay Pii Aroah on tour with opening acts b. Cole and i skill at College of Lake county s l umber Center for the arts 19351 Vav. Washington St., Grayslake. $23. 847 543-2300 or tickets. 7 30 pm. Today. Jay Pharoah nothing Here interest you Check out the Back Page for More ideas Index omits i trip wanted Horoscope m boiler set 4 mat Kris Mutual i Utah i in ?-2 movies obituaries 3-2 i tiles k a t-5 ? ? 3-4 take the paper on vacation with you the daily Herald a edition a arson at Faa facility disrupted limits worldwide Pho tos by Mark i Lam Rawreth Fremd a Alec Honickel picks up a first Down on a pass play against Prospect s defense on Friday in Palatine. Remembering 9/11 Joi i in Nard Lew Naidu it dad Herald cum firefighter paramedic Date Stankiewicz places a Wreath Friday As the Village of Palatine honors those who lost their lives in the sept. If 2001, terrorist attacks at the Palatine firefighters memorial. See More on Page 3. Weather Nice and Cool 63, warmer sunday. Jar or Btu lug hits new

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