Katie Holland

LaGrange Pet Parade puts feathers, fins and fur on display

The parade, celebrating its 65th anniversary this year with a "Still Rockin' at 65" theme, is a well-loved tradition in Chicago's western suburbs.

SIDS nightmare explained?

Pam Borchardt lost her daughter, Becky, to sudden infant death syndrome 15 years ago, but she still thinks about her every day.

Don’t max out on memories

In many homes, the photos start to pile up the second a new baby takes up residence.

Learn about scuba in the south suburbs

With an entrance to the world’s largest surface freshwater lake system sitting in Chicago’s backyard,


What lost in your son’s backpack or stuffed in your daughter’s coat pocket will never do them any good.

Summer fun done safe

With school winding down and summer fast approaching, the minds of classroom-weary kids

Mindful melody

Miles Tisserand bounces into his Kindermusik class with his dad in tow, digging in his purple music bag

Testing Thomas

Eleanor Garrow-Majka herds a group of pint-sized boys into her kitchen, giving them each a slice of pizza
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