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Top Stories on Barrington Patch: Week of Feb. 11

Heroin arrest, anti-bullying campaign at BHS and compassionate teen among hottest stories this week.

Barrington Traffic Stop Leads to Heroin Possession Arrest

Palatine man charged with felony controlled substance possession.

Barrington Teachers Stand Up to Bullying in NOH8 Campaign

Barrington High School teachers donned duct tape for photos to raise awareness of discrimination.

BHS Junior’s Heart is with Poverty Stricken in Guatemala

Barrington’s Courtney Quigley finds hope and a life mission amidst the squalor of people living in and near the Guatemala City garbage dump. 

Darch Ensures Residents’ Safety Despite Outcome of Fire District Talks

Village of Barrington still working with Countryside Fire District to determine future of intergovernmental agreement.

Panera Launches Hidden Menu: Where to Find it Near Barrington/Lake Zurich

The menu is only available to those who know about it.

Congressman Roskam Gets Barrington Satellite Office

Illinois House Rep. Peter Roskam will open a satellite office inside Barrington Villlage Hall.

Five Barrington High School Wrestlers Qualify for State Finals

The athletes qualified for state at a sectional tournament at Barrington High School on Feb. 9.

Barrington's Abby Hanasov to Compete in Gymnastics State Finals

The freshman gymnast will compete in the all-around, vault, uneven bars and floor exercise competitions this weekend.

 

 

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