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  • It's easy to fall for Dunsmuir

    It's easy to fall for Dunsmuir
    The train is bearing down on me. I hear its piercing whistle, feel its rumble, before I ever see it, of course. I am stuck on the tracks. Specifically, I have just started crossing the final narrow bridge back from the trek along the Union Pacific...
  • Investing Quarterly: Where to invest for growth?

    Investing Quarterly: Where to invest for growth?
    When Internet stock analysts at brokerage Morgan Stanley wrote their 2001 investment outlook in December 2000, they laid out glowing assessments of the future for Yahoo Inc. and rival America Online. There would be "a few huge winners" in the long run...
  • Woman fatally struck by train in Maywood

    Woman fatally struck by train in Maywood
    A Melrose Park woman died Thurday night after she was struck by a freight train in Maywood, officials said. The 50-year-old woman was hit near the intersection of First Avenue and Main Street. She was pronounced dead on the scene at 11:30 p.m....
  • Storms cancel more flights, Metra trains also halted

    Storms cancel more flights, Metra trains also halted
    Storms continued to cause cancellations at Chicago's airports Friday morning, but travel on the ground also had its challenges, with downed power lines halting all trains on the Union Pacific Northwest Line for more than two hours. As of 9:45 a.m.,...
  • Blotter: Damaged scooter discovered in parking lot in Wheaton

    Blotter: Damaged scooter discovered in parking lot in Wheaton
    The following items were taken from Wheaton police reports: A 19-year-old man of the 700 block of Church Street in West Chicago was arrested at Polo and Roosevelt on Sept. 18 on a charge of driving on a suspended license, police reported. He posted bail...
  • Glen Ellyn OKs water deal with Glen Oak Country Club

    Glen Ellyn OKs water deal with Glen Oak Country Club
    The Glen Ellyn Village Board on Monday night unanimously voted to bring a portion of the Glen Oak Country Club into the village limits, concluding a process that began a decade ago with discussions between club officials and village representatives....
  • Little Leaguers 'excited to hear from president'

    Little Leaguers 'excited to hear from president'
    SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — The Jackie Robinson West team was getting ready to go live on ESPN after Sunday's loss to South Korea in the Little League World Series championship game when manager Darold Butler's phone rang. It was President Obama's...
  • Jackie Robinson West loses final but wins hearts

    Jackie Robinson West loses final but wins hearts
    SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — The Jackie Robinson West team that stole the hearts of Chicago isn't going away any time soon. Despite the 8-4 loss to South Korea in Sunday's Little League World Series championship game, the celebration of the...
  • Freight trains collide in Arkansas, killing 2 people, hurting 2 others

    Two people died and two others were injured after two Union Pacific trains carrying toxic chemicals collided in Arkansas early Sunday, officials said reported. A portion of the town of Hoxie was evacuated shortly after the 3 a.m. crash, according to the...
  • On the fast track: Converting defunct rail lines to trails, parks

    On the fast track: Converting defunct rail lines to trails, parks
    The 606 is one of many projects to transform defunct rail lines into public walkways and parks. “Rails-to-Trails” projects have gained popularity in recent years among urban preservationists, architecture geeks and people who don't want to...
  • CTA narrows field for south Red Line route

     CTA narrows field for south Red Line route
    The route of the planned CTA Red Line extension on the Far South Side will run either immediately east or west of a freight railroad right of way, a decision that narrows five alternatives for the estimated $2.3 billion project down to two "desirable...