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  • Blotter: Man charged with possession of child pornography in Oak Park

    Blotter: Man charged with possession of child pornography in Oak Park
    The following items were collected from reports released by the Oak Park Police Department. Two men ages 20 to 30 and of medium build approached an Oak Park resident on the 600 block of Harrison Street at 1:30 a.m. Dec. 14 and one man struck the...
  • Fox Valley digs out after Super Bowl blizzard

    Fox Valley digs out after Super Bowl blizzard
    Brian Castro of Aurora was riding his bicycle in downtown Geneva Sunday morning heading back home after a full morning of cycling with two friends. Castro, 55, was on a specialized mountain bike equipped with extra wide tires that handle even the...
  • Lehigh grad Robert Durst, who went on trial for murder, tells his story in HBO miniseries

    Filmmaker Andrew Jarecki first became aware of Robert Durst decades ago but it wasn't until Jarecki learned about Durst's strange pilgrimage to Bethlehem that he became truly riveted by the man at the center of one of Pennsylvania's most bizarre true-...
  • Kraft ranks at the top of Harris reputation poll

    Kraft ranks at the top of Harris reputation poll
    Kraft Foods landed near the top of a new poll that ranked the most well-known companies by their reputation. Harris Poll, one of the longest-running surveys measuring public opinion, asked 4,000 Americans to name companies with the best and worst...
  • Kadner: Southland Walgreens closings reflect health costs

    Walgreens, which not long ago seemed determined to open stores at every major intersection in America, is suddenly closing locations in the Southland. In mid-January, Walgreens closed its store at 159th and Wood streets in Harvey, and this week the...
  • Rethink the Princeton group is looking for volunteers -- and donations

    Rethink the Princeton group is looking for volunteers -- and donations
    Promising a true “David versus Goliath” fight, the organizers of the grassroots group Rethink the Princeton promised to ensure their voices are heard. “This is a principled confrontation,” said Mary Travis, the president of...
  • Rethinkers set out arguments for their lawsuit against The Princeton

    Rethinkers set out arguments for their lawsuit against The Princeton
    When the grassroots group Rethink the Princeton hired an attorney to challenge the City Council’s approval of a new apartment complex in College Park, their goal was not to slow the project down, said Mary Travis, the group’s president....
  • More health clinics opening at drug stores

    More health clinics opening at drug stores
    Tucked in the back corner of the Rite Aid drugstore on York Road in North Baltimore sits a small medical office with two exam rooms equipped with freezers of vaccines, blood pressure monitors and the many other tools needed to diagnose and treat common...
  • How To Get Generic Prescription Drugs For (Much) Less Than Your Co-Pay

    How To Get Generic Prescription Drugs For (Much) Less Than Your Co-Pay
    Eighty percent of all prescriptions are now filled with generic drugs, says the Food and Drug Administration, that cost up to 85 percent less than their brand-name equivalent. But getting the best price on generics isn't as easy as ordering them at...
  • Around Town: Fire Department honors exemplary service

    Around Town: Fire Department honors exemplary service
    The Huntington Beach Fire Department recognized several of its own during its fifth annual awards ceremony to honor exemplary actions. Mayor Jill Hardy joined Fire Chief Patrick McIntosh and Marine Safety Chief Mike Baumgartner at last month's ceremony....
  • Canton Grand List Records Slight Growth

    Canton Grand List Records Slight Growth
    CANTON — The grand list of taxable property for grew slightly in 2014, mostly from new home construction, town officials said. Assessor Harry DerAsadourian said the list totals $1.1 billion, $6.7 million more than the previous year, or an...