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Labor Day

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Top Labor Day Articles

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  • Blotter: Cans of soda thrown at home in Wilmette

    Blotter: Cans of soda thrown at home in Wilmette
    The following items were taken from Wilmette police reports: A Glenview man, 29, was charged with DUI after police received a call about a man passed out behind the wheel in the eastbound lane of Lake Avenue at Hibbard Road on Sept. 5 A resident of...
  • Gas Prices Reach Half-Year Low

     
    Gas prices continued to ease in most parts of the country after the Labor Day weekend, and motorists in some areas are now paying the lowest pump prices in months. The average price for a gallon of regular unleaded gas......
  • Officers' body cameras to pose tough issues for Chicago police

    Officers' body cameras to pose tough issues for Chicago police
    The Chicago Police Department is preparing to try out body cameras on some of its officers, joining a growing national trend that is raising hopes of increased police professionalism but also a raft of difficult questions about how the cameras should be...
  • Garcia could be another power arm in an already talented Phillies bullpen

    Garcia could be another power arm in an already talented Phillies bullpen
    Jake Diekman and Ken Giles. Those are the two names that come to mind when discussing younger power arms in the Phillies' bullpen but it is possible right-hander Luis Garcia will see his name added to that list in 2015. "I call him interesting,"...
  • Race for Iowa Senate seat is 'uncomfortably close'

    In a campaign so far defined by hogs and chickens, the race for the open Iowa Senate seat that most expected to fall to Democrats is now perhaps the closest in the country. And with the control of the Senate majority at stake in the upcoming election,...
  • Cecily Strong Responds to 'SNL' Weekend Update Replacement

    "Saturday Night Live" star Cecily Strong has broken her silence about being replaced by co-star Michael Che on the NBC variety show's "Weekend Update" desk. "I don't see this as me leaving update, just as me being on update in a looser, goofier way...
  • Pressuring quarterback imperative if Virginia is to upset Louisville

     Pressuring quarterback imperative if Virginia is to upset Louisville
    Virginia extended UCLA deep into the fourth quarter two weeks ago with a defense that not only stuffed the run but also battered the quarterback. The Cavaliers will need to recreate that formula, and then some, if they're to upset Louisville on Saturday...
  • Steve Martin, Edie Brickell take musical detour with 'Bright Star'

    Steve Martin, Edie Brickell take musical detour with 'Bright Star'
    In the basement of the House of Charm, watching a group of people sing and dance, Steve Martin consults his iPad and prepares, once again, to transform. Above him, Balboa Park goes about its business. Tourists arrive by red trolley, brides pose amid the...
  • Fall theater 2014: Classics by Beckett, Foote, Orton will arise anew

    Fall theater 2014: Classics by Beckett, Foote, Orton will arise anew
    The fall season always brings the hope that something new will astonish us. I'm betting that a few old works might fit the bill. Perhaps I'm in a retrospective state of mind because my post-Labor Day theatergoing began at the beginning, with "Persians,"...
  • Weed killer used to make image of male genitalia on football field

    DETROIT They might not get an "A" for anatomical correctness, but the people responsible for using weed killer to leave a 100-yard depiction of male genitalia on a Monroe County high school football field could get a lesson in criminal justice. The...
  • Thanks Helpful Hartford Residents

    The night before Labor Day, my daughter and I were in a car accident at the corner of Collins Street and Sigourney Street in Hartford. Nearby residents came out to offer assistance. Two men in particular, one younger and one older, stayed with us for...