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  • Chicago ready to buy site of vacant Dominick's

    Chicago ready to buy site of vacant Dominick's
    The city of Chicago has “run out of patience” waiting for the owner of a South Shore shopping center to find a tenant for the empty Dominick’s there, and is starting the process that would allow the city to take ownership of the site,...
  • Community unites for 'Thanksgiving Harvest Drive'

    Community unites for 'Thanksgiving Harvest Drive'
    190 Broward County Public Schools are expected to participate in this year's “Harvest Drive,” a yearlong project that culminates in a charitable event taking place every Thanksgiving. The drive is a resource for families in crisis, providing...
  • Trader Joe's parking woes won't spur changes in Winter Park

    Trader Joe's parking woes won't spur changes in Winter Park
    After months of complaints about a lack of parking at the Trader Joe's shopping center in Winter Park, the city has decided its parking codes work just fine. City commissioners on Monday accepted the city Planning and Zoning Board's recommendation not...
  • Vegan mayonnaise maker sued by food giant Unilever

    Vegan mayonnaise maker sued by food giant Unilever
    Big Tobacco, Big Oil, now Big Mayo? That’s what Josh Tetrick, founder and chief executive of Hampton Creek in San Francisco, feels like he’s facing in a lawsuit filed against his vegan start-up by multinational food giant Unilever. -------...
  • Blotter: Food thefts lead to felony charges in River Forest

    Blotter: Food thefts lead to felony charges in River Forest
    The following items were collected from reports released by the River Forest Police Department. A 39-year-old Melrose Park man was charged with felony possession of a fraudulent identification card after an officer saw him hide a sandwich in his...
  • The election that might have been

    The election that might have been
    When it came to the U.S. Senate, Hampton Roads spoke with a strongly Democratic voice Tuesday. But in its congressional districts — considered among the most badly gerrymandered in the nation — not so much. The region went 54 percent to 46...
  • Kroger to get $300,000 from York County

    Kroger to get $300,000 from York County
    The Richmond-Norfolk grocery market is one of the most competitive in the grocery industry and York County has joined in the competition by investing $100,000 in Kroger's grocery store. If the company meets particular criteria, it will get another $200,...
  • Eat whole foods for a healthier, leaner body

    Mary Hurley currently works as a certified holistic health coach and personal trainer. But in a former life, she was an administrator in the performing arts, "so I am used to trying to have healthy foods on a crazy, busy schedule," said Hurley. Her...
  • Help prevent hunger this holiday season with food donations

    One in six people in America will go to bed hungry tonight, according to Dosomething.org. Sadly, children are a part of that statistic, too. But residents can make a difference this holiday season. The village of Wellington has teamed up with...
  • Marcus Samuelsson: "Good food is civil rights"

    Marcus Samuelsson: "Good food is civil rights"
    Marcus Samuelsson, the chef and food television personality, saw a problem with how iconic African-American tourist attractions would get visited: "What it was like 10 years ago was, (someone would) jump onto a bus, hop out, take a picture, jump back on...
  • Letter: Talaria project endangers children

    As a parent of a former Stevenson Elementary student, I am shocked that nobody is seriously screaming about the impacts the Talaria development will have on the school. As it stands now, the area in any given direction from the school is a traffic...