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  • Teen turns struggles into charity

    Teen turns struggles into charity
    Ray Vanco is a shy, unassuming teenager from Orland Park who would be quite content if strangers never knew his name or face. He preferred to roam the United Center halls with his best friend than sit in his seat between periods of a recent Blackhawks...
  • It's Christmastime in Chicago

    It's Christmastime in Chicago
    I have seen a couple of little girls walk from a roller coaster at Navy Pier's Winter Wonderfest dizzy with delight; had a man on Michigan Avenue call me a "------ Scrooge" when I refused to give him "$42 dollars so I can have train fare to visit my...
  • Paul Coates, Feb. 17, 1961

     
    Feb. 17, 1961: The death of Burdette E. Lowery, 67, was an accident – or was it? Lowery, a retired engineer, was tenant in a home at 514 Via De La Paz occupied by Turner Ashby Martin, 41, and his......
  • Bach Choir uplifting and heavenly in 'Songs of Hope'

     
    By Steve Siegel Special to The Morning Call On Sunday afternoon, the scent of springtime, optimism, and hope wafted through the First Presbyterian Church of Bethlehem -- not from its windows, sealed against spring’s early chill, but from the music.....
  • You (Still) Can’t Say That on TV?

     
    It should come as no surprise that as a happy proponent of vulgarity, I don’t think there’s much point in TV, radio, newspapers and other media censoring language. Let’s focus on a specific case: the word to which my parents referred...
  • Family, friends mourn drowning of popular teacher

    Family and friends of Martin Regan’s were devastated today when they heard of the Orland Hills man’s drowning death the day before in Indiana. Authorities said Regan, 35, a popular teacher and coach in south suburban Palos Park, apparently...
  • November 26: Author - James Ballowe Talks About His Book, Christmas In Illinois

    November 26: Author - James Ballowe Talks About His Book, Christmas In Illinois
    Christmas in Illinois To purchase a copy of the book: Christmas in Illinois Events: Saturday, November 27 2:00 p.m. Anderson's Bookshop Naperville Saturday, December 4 2:00 p.m. Morton Arboretum Bookstore Lisle Saturday, December 11 2:00 p.m. The...
  • 5 more teachers awarded Golden Apples

    Three Chicago and two north suburban teachers were surprised today with Golden Apple awards, one of the Chicago region’s top teaching honors. This year’s winners, all of whom teach fourth through eighth grade, were selected from a pool of...
  • Dems scramble for tax deal amid Quinn's inauguration

    Dems scramble for tax deal amid Quinn's inauguration
    SPRINGFIELD -- Illinois Democrats are scaling back a major income tax increase as they search for votes in a frantic, last-ditch effort to deal with the state's crippling budget crisis. After rank-and-file lawmakers balked at a 75 percent hike in the...
  • Blizzard Blog: ComEd to restore power by mid-day

    Blizzard Blog: ComEd to restore power by mid-day
    As of 6 a.m. today, about 5,800 ComEd customers were still without power, according to a company news release. Of those, 5,000 were in Chicago.s The company expects all power to be restored by mid-day today. Officials late Wednesday night said crews...
  • Living by 'The Chicago Code' on Fox

    In the 1987 movie "The Untouchables," a tale about Chicago crime, cops and corruption penned by Windy City-born playwright David Mamet, a Canadian Mountie involved in a violent liquor raid says to Al Capone foe Eliot Ness, "I do not approve of your...