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  • Packers, Patriots planned to be Super

    The Sports Xchange By Ira Miller, The Sports Xchange Packers, Patriots planned to be Super So-called experts try to make football such a complex game that the rest of us can't understand it. In reality, the path to success is really simple to follow --...
  • Girls Basketball: Naperville Central tops Metea Valley to open season

    Girls Basketball: Naperville Central tops Metea Valley to open season
    The opening game of the season for Naperville Central played out like you might expect a first game to — a little sloppy and with too many turnovers — but in the end the Redhawks came through with a win against a strong Metea Valley team. On...
  • No yolk — a fight over 'mayo'

    No yolk — a fight over 'mayo'
    Lettuce consider mayonnaise: The maker of Hellmann's is suing an upstart, Just Mayo, to the tuna millions in damages. Has one side spread lies? Does the other side deserve a dressing down? Here's the lunchpin of the dispute: whether a food company can sub...
  • Football | Lincoln-Way East ends season with quarterfinal loss to Mount Carmel

    Football | Lincoln-Way East ends season with quarterfinal loss to Mount Carmel
    Tough losses to highly ranked teams bookended Lincoln-Way East's football season. The Griffins (10-2) overcame a 49-34 home loss to Oak Park-River Forest in their season opener to win 10 straight games before losing 20-7 to Mount Carmel in a Class 7A...
  • Tennis Ball nets more than 970 attendees to benefit An Achievable Dream

    Tennis Ball nets more than 970 attendees to benefit An Achievable Dream
    More than 970 people attended An Achievable Dream's benefit Tennis Ball Saturday at the Hampton Roads Convention Center, according to Amy Ritchie, director of public relations and marketing for the organization. Attendance was about the same as last...
  • Retailers target singles with wine tastings, apartment furnishings

    NEW YORK — Whole Foods is holding wine tastings. Ikea is pitching apartment furniture to divorced dads. Applebee's turns into a nightclub after dinner. These companies are all targeting an increasingly coveted demographic: single Americans. More...
  • Week 12 Saturday football updates

    Week 12 Saturday football updates
    Follow along on Twitter @ChiTribPreps. At a game? Send updates using hashtag #TribFB on Twitter. Get all the scores here. Mike Helfgot breaks down this week's top games here. Want to know where your team is ranked? Check it out here.  Catch up...
  • Business partner held in killing of McStay family

    The family of four appeared to have left their Fallbrook home in a hurry, vanishing into the chill of a February night. A carton of spoiled eggs and a rotten banana sat on their kitchen counter. Neighbors began to feed the family's dogs. Their SUV...
  • City to OK 20-year deal for Du Burns Arena, $1.5 million field upgrade

    City to OK 20-year deal for Du Burns Arena, $1.5 million field upgrade
    City officials are set to award a 20-year contract Wednesday to Coppermine Fieldhouse to manage the Clarence H. Du Burns Arena in Canton, with a pledge from the youth sports business to spend $1.5 million to add turf and lighting to a city-owned field...
  • Baltimore City Council moves to ban plastic bags

    Baltimore City Council moves to ban plastic bags
    Baltimore's City Council moved to ban plastic bags handed out by grocery stores and big-box retailers Monday after dumping a proposal to charge a 5-cent fee for the bags to discourage their use. The proposed ban would make Baltimore one of the first...
  • Mondelez to buy 80 percent of Vietnamese snack business

    Mondelez to buy 80 percent of Vietnamese snack business
    Mondelez International said Tuesday it will pay $370 million to buy an 80 percent stake in Vietnamese company Kinh Do Corp.'s snack business. Mondelez, based in Deerfield, already has a small presence in Vietnam selling some of its Oreo, Ritz and Cadbury...