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  • Former Lake County journalist, teacher dies at 97

    Former Lake County journalist, teacher dies at 97
    Longtime Waukegan journalist and teacher Frances Nalley Fornero, who dined with President John F. Kennedy's mother, Rose, died May 14. She was 97. Her career spanned several decades and included stints as a feature writer for the News-Sun, author of a...
  • South Elgin High student wins editorial cartooning contest

    South Elgin High student wins editorial cartooning contest
    Jonathon Gottschalk of Streamwood hopes to pursue a career making movies. But he shows a little talent at making a humorous point with a still-life drawing, too. The 2015 South Elgin High School graduate won first place recently in an editorial...
  • Journalist's Search For 'Girl In Photo' With Brother Killed In Vietnam Ends In Hartford

    Journalist's Search For 'Girl In Photo' With Brother Killed In Vietnam Ends In Hartford
    In 2010, Yale graduate, journalist, author and Emmy-award winning documentary producer Gaspar González began a quest to find out more about his brother, Nelson Ramirez, a U.S. serviceman who was killed in Vietnam in May 1968, before Gonzalez was born....
  • Journalists' contributions to Clinton Foundation raise credibility questions

    Journalists' contributions to Clinton Foundation raise credibility questions
    While much of the political community frets over the influence of billionaire money in presidential campaigns, the much smaller world of journalism occasionally worries over the ethics of politicians crossing over into the news-and-analysis business....
  • Rick Hutzell named editor of Capital Gazette

    Rick Hutzell named editor of Capital Gazette
    Rick Hutzell has been named editor of Capital Gazette Communications, succeeding Steve Gunn, who has led the company's publications since 2013. Publisher Tim Thomas announced the news Thursday and the change was effective immediately. "I'd like to say...
  • Tom Valeo, a longtime Chicago-area journalist, dies at 65

    Tom Valeo, a longtime Chicago-area journalist, dies at 65
    Tom Valeo was a longtime Chicago-area journalist who was the theater critic for the suburban Daily Herald and later freelanced for the Chicago Tribune before moving to Florida and becoming an expert on science writing. "Tom was the most analytical...
  • Former WYPR news editor acquitted of assault

    Former WYPR news editor acquitted of assault
    A former radio reporter and managing news editor for WYPR has been acquitted of assault charges stemming from a fight with his son on Halloween, 2013. Sunni Khalid, who previously also worked for NPR and The Baltimore Sun, stabbed his son Hassan in the...
  • Review: 'Man in Profile' by Thomas Kunkel

    Review: 'Man in Profile' by Thomas Kunkel
    Joseph Mitchell was an elegant prose stylist and incisive analyst of the human condition who came to New York from North Carolina at the time of the stock market crash in 1929 and lived in Greenwich Village until the 1990s, documenting the lives of the...
  • Around the Park: Students follow prize-winning journalist's steps with global bazaar

    Around the Park: Students follow prize-winning journalist's steps with global bazaar
    Through the magic of imagination, St. Martin-in-the-Field Episcopal School preschool students Quinn Kremzner, Skylin Burnett and Presley Davis crossed the Ethiopian border into Djibouti on May 7 at 2:05 p.m. with teacher Karen Wollentin. Passports and...
  • Longtime Philadelphia sportswriter Stan Hochman dies at 86

    STAN HOCHMAN was a people person. Wrote about them. Cared about them. So it's not surprising the Brooklyn native ended up at the People Paper. Hochman's storied career at the Philadelphia Daily News began when he was hired to cover the Phillies on...
  • Rolling Stone's journalistic credibility is called into question

    Rolling Stone's journalistic credibility is called into question
    The implosion of a Rolling Stone story describing an alleged rape at the University of Virginia has dealt yet another blow to the American press, which was already held in suspicion and low regard among much of the nation's reading public. The article...