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  • Silver Cross Hospital joins Advocate as an affiliate

    Silver Cross Hospital joins Advocate as an affiliate
    Advocate Health Care has agreed to a clinical affiliation with southwest suburban Silver Cross Hospital and Medical Centers that will fold the New Lenox-based hospital into the Advocate system while allowing it to retain its own leadership, name and...
  • Local Voices Lake: March 6 edition

    Local Voices Lake: March 6 edition
    Letters to the editor from Deerfield, Highland Park, Libertyville, Grayslake and Waukegan. Remembering Ramis I was in physical therapy with Harold Ramis. One day I mentioned how my grandson loved "Ghostbusters." Then Harold Ramis brought in a box...
  • Fire destroys home in Winnetka

    Fire destroys home in Winnetka
    Investigators Thursday were trying to determine the cause of a blaze that gutted a house in Winnetka the night before, officials said. "We think we have an origin in the basement but no direct cause yet," said Deputy Fire Chief John Ripka. "We're...
  • More thunderstorms make their way across Southland

    More thunderstorms make their way across Southland
    A new round of thunderstorms moved into the Southern California region early Saturday afternoon, snarling traffic, threatening mudslides and opening a large sinkhole on a busy Los Angeles street. The heavy band of rain was expected to drench coastal and...
  • Televised confessions in China raise worries

    Televised confessions in China raise worries
    BEIJING — The headline news on state-run Chinese Channel 13 was juicy: A mining tycoon and 35 others had been charged with running a mafia-style enterprise in Sichuan province, gunning down enemies in the street, bribing people and operating an...
  • Ukraine's president says Russian forces issued ultimatum on Crimea

    Ukraine's president says Russian forces issued ultimatum on Crimea
    SIMFEROPOL, Ukraine — The Russian military set an ultimatum Sunday for Ukrainian army and navy units “to surrender weapons and leave their bases” in the Crimean peninsula, Ukraine’s acting president, Olexandr Turchinov, said in...
  • High-protein diets: Bad for the middle-aged, good for the elderly

    High-protein diets: Bad for the middle-aged, good for the elderly
    Consuming high levels of protein — particularly animal protein — is a bad strategy if you’re at midlife and aiming to live into old age, new research finds. But a study out Tuesday reveals that in older age, fortifying one’s diet...
  • Baseball Preview: Are league repeats in cards for Crescenta Valley, Flintridge Prep?

    Baseball Preview: Are league repeats in cards for Crescenta Valley, Flintridge Prep?
    Success was as sudden as it was historic for the Flintridge Prep baseball team in 2013. In just his first season as the Rebels’ coach, Guillermo Gonzalez navigated Flintridge Prep all the way to the CIF Southern Section Division VI semifinals....
  • Commentary: City should keep its promises

    Applicant Louis Longi and architect Horst Noppenberger for the proposed artist work-live project in Laguna Canyon recently wrote commentaries in local newspapers. As we would expect, they make an emotional argument for this huge, poorly planned and...
  • U.S. diplomats study how to preserve Iran's dignity in nuclear talks

    JAKARTA, Indonesia — U.S. diplomats preparing for a new round of nuclear negotiations with Iran this week are pondering an important question: How can they make the Iranians feel like the winners? The U.S. team and diplomats from five other...
  • Bolingbrook HS principal won't finish school year

    Bolingbrook HS principal won't finish school year
    The outgoing principal at Bolingbrook High School, whose resignation last month sparked an outcry against the district's administration, will not finish out this school year as planned. Michael White, who arrived at Bolingbrook in July 2012, resigned in...