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  • Three-alarm fire engulfs senior center under construction

    Three-alarm fire engulfs senior center under construction
    A community center and apartments being built across the street from the Southern Baptist Church in East Baltimore were ablaze Monday night — a huge, raging fire visible from blocks away. Firefighters were called at 8:49 p.m. to the three-alarm...
  • Aldi wants beer-wine license for Naperville store

    Members of the Naperville Liquor Commission heard a proposal from the Aldi grocery group Thursday proposing to sell beer and wine at the firm's store at 1440 Naperville/Wheaton Road in Naperville. Aldi is seeking either an amendment or a new liquor...
  • The fall of the Norman castle

    In 1997, Ken Norman was in the backstretch of an NBA career that would earn him more than $21 million over 10 years. He was also putting the finishing touches on a 7,152-square-foot dream house at 19020 Kedzie Ave., across the street from Homewood-...
  • Down-to-earth apps for health, fitness, beauty

    Down-to-earth apps for health, fitness, beauty
    Tribune Newspapers It's down-to-earth day, with go-to apps for finding the best deals on prescription generics, researching specific medications and conditions, limiting the amount of toxins in personal-care products, and a quickie workout with a big...
  • Dave Prosten: Welcome to Anne Arundel County, 2115

    Dave Prosten: Welcome to Anne Arundel County, 2115
    The future isn't limited to world-changers like cars that drive themselves, fax machines that send solid objects across the country and tighty whities that monitor your health. Notable events will be recorded right here in Anne Arundel County as well....
  • Sliders and sides ride into the Lehigh Valley

    Sliders and sides ride into the Lehigh Valley
    As spring's warmth takes hold and you make your way to wineries, farmers markets and other outdoor attractions, be on the lookout for the Lehigh Valley's tastiest new addition on wheels: the Bob-B-Q Sliders & Sides food truck. The enterprise, co-owned...
  • Bullets fly during shooting involving teens; 2 youths arrested

    Bullets fly during shooting involving teens; 2 youths arrested
    During a shooting involving teens, bullets flew and struck a passing vehicle on Congress Avenue. It wasn't far from where the confrontation happened outside a Boynton Beach drug store, police said. At the scene, a 78-year-old woman was close enough to...
  • Police: Robert Durst had revolver on him when arrested, may face new charges

    Police: Robert Durst had revolver on him when arrested, may face new charges
    Wealthy eccentric Robert Durst agreed Monday to face a murder charge in Los Angeles in the shooting 15 years ago of a mobster's daughter who vouched for him after his wife disappeared. But one of his lawyers said the trip may be delayed by new charges...
  • Hobart preparing law for food trucks in city

    The City Council has received a first draft of a possible new ordinance that would regulate food trucks operating in the city outside of festivals, the Summer Market on the Lake and other events. City Attorney Anthony DeBonis told council members he...
  • Homer Glen mayor trailing challenger, New Lenox mayor with lead

    Homer Glen mayor trailing challenger, New Lenox mayor with lead
    Two mayors in neighboring towns were both seeking a third term in Tuesday's election, but only one appeared victorious. After a contentious campaign, Homer Glen Trustee George Yukich seemed to have ousted Mayor Jim Daley Jr., as he and his running mates...
  • Durst's health problems not an issue, attorney says

    Durst's health problems not an issue, attorney says
    The scrawny figure shuffled into court last week, shackled and limping. Wearing a yellow jailhouse jumpsuit, he twisted his neck, which had been surgically fused. His shaved head — a prison haircut — revealed a bulge where doctors last...