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Fans Meet & Greet Hawks Star at Toy Drive—And More Good News

Good reads and good people: A local businessman chips in to back a library program. A unique program provides young men with an opportunity to talk. And a dad finds away to make a local mom's life easier.

Blackhawks forward Patrick Sharp kept smiling as he signed autographs for over 500 fans. Credit: Ben Feldheim
Blackhawks forward Patrick Sharp kept smiling as he signed autographs for over 500 fans. Credit: Ben Feldheim
"Good News" stories from throughout the Chicago area.

Patrick Sharp Visit Raised $10,000 in Donated Toys
Orland Park Patch

Wi-Tronix is the Business of Answering This Question: 'Why Not?'
Bolingbrook Patch

When it Comes to Life's Ups & Downs, Romeoville Students Get it R.I.G.H.T.
Romeoville Patch

Plainfield Prowlers Win Cheerleading Championship
Plainfield Patch

Welcome Downers Grove's First Baby of 2014
Downers Grove Patch

Lemont Dad Designs 'Freebie' App for Busy Moms
Lemont Patch

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