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  • Boss charged with hitting employee

     Boss charged with hitting employee
    A 51-year-old woman was charged with misdemeanor battery after allegedly hitting an employee who wanted to leave the a CVS facility in Buffalo Grove where they worked. A female employee called police at 1:21 p.m. July 10, reporting that her boss hit...
  • Wethersfield Businesses Take Town To Court Over Revaluations

    WETHERSFIELD -- Six of the top 10 local taxpayers are suing the town for allegedly overvaluing their properties in the just-completed revaluation. Three of the six went to court even though their assessments fell. The six are among 24 property owners,...
  • Robert B. Reich: The limits of corporate citizenship

    Dozens of big U.S. corporations are considering leaving the United States in order to reduce their tax bills. But they'll be leaving the country only on paper. They'll still do as much business in the U.S. as they were doing before. The only...
  • Amazon joins ranks of top 10 retailers, McDonald's falls off

    Amazon joins ranks of top 10 retailers, McDonald's falls off
    Amazon.com has cracked the top 10 in Stores magazine’s annual ranking of the 100 largest U.S. retailers, a first for an online-only retailer. With domestic sales up 27 percent between 2012 and 2013 to $44 billion, Amazon.com muscled its way from...
  • Oak Park, River Forest police reports: Alley mugging, stolen cell phones, home burglaries

     Oak Park, River Forest police reports: Alley mugging, stolen cell phones, home burglaries
    The following items were taken from Oak Park and River Forest police reports: Oak Park An Oak Park man walking in the alley behind the 100 block of South Scoville Avenue was jumped by four men who stole his cell phone and his wallet. The incident...
  • Medical pot clinic considered in Palos Hills

     Medical pot clinic considered in Palos Hills
    Palos Hills officials are mulling over a request by the owner of a medical marijuana dispensary to allow a clinic in the city. Michael Perkowski, of Tinley Park, asked council members at a recent Committee-of-the-Whole meeting about requirements for a...
  • It's Freebie Friday! Half-off at Starbucks, freebies at Lonestar, $10 off gas cards

    It's Freebie Friday! Half-off at Starbucks, freebies at Lonestar, $10 off gas cards
    It's Freebie Friday! It's Friday and that means it's time for my freebie free-for-all! Check my ginormous list for freebies, savings and dining deals, including half off Starbucks Fizzio Sodas through Thursday, $10 off gas cards at Publix through Sunday...
  • Appeal To Retailers: Check Guns At The Door

    Appeal To Retailers: Check Guns At The Door
    Can moral suasion — in the absence of tougher statutory controls — help to quell the incidents of gun violence that continue to plague this country? That's the hope of Connecticut's congressional delegation. The lawmakers are urging...
  • Geneva police reports: Knife incident in store, wallet stolen, and more

    Geneva police reports: Knife incident in store, wallet stolen, and more
    The following items were taken from Geneva police reports. A 19-year-old Wheaton man was charged with aggravated assault and use of a deadly weapon after he pulled a black folding pocket knife while at 7-Eleven, 621 W. State St., on June 10. A 38-...
  • Once-mighty Corinthian Colleges chain is at the end of its run

    MIAMI When Marcela Cash visited the Pompano Beach campus of Everest University recently, the for-profit school wooed the Fort Lauderdale woman with promises of a good new job as a medical assistant. School reps touted their job placement department, and...
  • Memorials become a familiar sight in Chicago's toughest neighborhoods

     Memorials become a familiar sight in Chicago's toughest neighborhoods
    Mourners placed two bottles of Kendall Floyd's favorite tequila on the ground, tied red and white balloons to a chain-link fence and scribbled rest-in-peace messages on posters set up in his honor. A night earlier, on May 17, the 20-year-old had been...