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  • Harvey Arnowitz: Photographer was witness to WWII history

    Harvey Arnowitz: Photographer was witness to WWII history
    Harvey Arnowitz's eyes were too weak to drive a tank the way the Army wanted during World War II, but he could see well enough to take pictures. So, Arnowitz became the camp photographer at a base in Alabama and eventually his skill with the camera...
  • Man pleads not guilty in Island Lake woman's slaying

    Man pleads not guilty in Island Lake woman's slaying
    Karen Scavelli’s three children looked on quietly this morning in a McHenry County courtroom as Howard E. Dibbern pleaded not guilty to beating, stabbing and breaking their mother’s neck in her Island Lake home. Dibbern, 49, pleaded not...
  • Anti-bullying program takes aim at retirement living

    Anti-bullying program takes aim at retirement living
    An anti-bullying program developed for elementary school-aged children is being retooled for a whole new audience: seniors in retirement and assisted living facilities. Alyse November — the licensed clinical social worker behind the original...
  • Oak Lawn police release image in hair extensions heist

    Oak Lawn police release image in hair extensions heist
    Oak Lawn police have released a new image of four of the nine persons who they say broke into a local beauty supply store, stealing human hair extensions worth $40,000-$50,000 in a well-organized smash-and-grab burglary. The June 22 image captures two...
  • Wood stork's 'threatened' status causes controversy

    The nation's premier advocate for wild birds supported authorities when they eased protections for bald eagles and other species in past years. But the move last month by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to downgrade safeguards for wood storks,...
  • Clermont beauty salon robbed at gunpoint

    Clermont beauty salon robbed at gunpoint
    Clermont police are searching for the man who robbed a beauty salon on Monday evening. According to police, a man entered the Beauty Nail Spa around 5:30 p.m. armed with a black handgun and demanded the owner open the cash register. He grabbed an...
  • Hickory Point sand-volleyball complex to open with tournaments, food trucks

    Hickory Point sand-volleyball complex to open with tournaments, food trucks
    TAVARES — The sand box Steve Bishop has been working on for 12 weeks is about to open for the public to play in. But this is no ordinary sandbox. Stretching across 3 acres, it's piled with enough sand to fill more than two Olympic-sized swimming...
  • More signs of Iraq disintegration as Kurds call for independence vote, Islamists solidify position

    IRBIL, Iraq Iraq appeared closer to its long-predicted disintegration Thursday as Kurdish leaders ordered steps to hold a referendum "as soon as possible" on self-rule for their oil-rich territory and Islamist extremists improved their military position...
  • Authorities: Theft ring sold more than $1M in stolen merchandise from stores

    Authorities: Theft ring sold more than $1M in stolen merchandise from stores
    A ring of thieves that sold more than $1 million in items stolen from stores in five Central Florida counties was busted this week by a multi-jurisdiction criminal investigation, officials said. Authorities raided the Deltona house of the ring-leader,...
  • Tropical disturbance in Atlantic Ocean gets attention of hurricane watchers

    Tropical disturbance in Atlantic Ocean gets attention of hurricane watchers
    A tropical disturbance in the waters off St. Augustine could bring squally weather to Florida's east coast by Monday afternoon and will be monitored as it could turn into a more-intense weather system in a few days, meteorologists said. "The uncertainty...
  • Roland Liccioni to oversee new brasserie

    Roland Liccioni to oversee new brasserie
    As reported earlier today by Crain's, the new Hyatt Hotel being built at 100 W. Monroe St. will include a brasserie that will be overseen by Roland Liccioni, cuisinier at Les Nomades (222 E. Ontario St., 312-649-9010). Fans of Les Nomades, however, need...