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  • Evanston police investigate pedestrian hit by UPS truck, second crash occurs

    Evanston Police are investigating a pedestrian accident in which a 30-year-old Evanston woman suffered life-threatening injuries after she was struck by a United Parcel Service (UPS) delivery truck while crossing the street at Central St. and Ashland Ave....
  • Evanston woman hit by UPS truck, seriously injured

    Evanston woman hit by UPS truck, seriously injured
    A 30-year-old woman has been hospitalized with life-threatening injuries after she was struck by a UPS delivery truck in Evanston on Monday afternoon, police said. The woman, who has not been identified, was walking across Ashland Avenue at Central...
  • Junk-hauling firm plans move into franchising

    Junk-hauling firm plans move into franchising
    One nice thing about the junk-hauling business: You don't have to spend much furnishing the office. Ryan Sentz and Tim Prestianni, partners in a three-year-old company called BumbleJunk, are in for about a half-million dollars, but very little of that...
  • RECRUITER Q&A: With hard work, seasonal job could turn permanent

    By Erinn Hutkin The fact that Thanksgiving is almost here shouldn't deter those seeking holiday jobs. The turnover rate in industries that often hire for the holidays -- retail, food service and hospitality -- is higher-than-average, said John...
  • UPS boosts seasonal hiring in Chicago area

    UPS boosts seasonal hiring in Chicago area
    UPS plans to hire 4,000 seasonal workers in the Chicago area this holiday season,  almost 20 percent more than last year, to help with a big increase in deliveries from a rise in online shopping. UPS, which last year hired 3,400 workers, is working with...
  • Lovie Smith, players all accountable as lethargic Bucs throttled again

     Lovie Smith, players all accountable as lethargic Bucs throttled again
    TAMPA — As the NFL revels in pink in October honoring breast cancer awareness, what's the color scheme for a horrible NFL franchise? Is it too harsh to paint the Tampa Bay Bucs in funeral black? Perhaps a dullish gray? Or maybe the blue hue from...
  • Blotter: Reports of packages being stolen from doorsteps in Bolingbrook

    Blotter: Reports of packages being stolen from doorsteps in Bolingbrook
    The following items were gathered from Bolingbrook Police Department reports: Bolingbrook has had a flurry of reports of packages being stolen from residential doorsteps in recent weeks. Numerous packages were reported stolen Dec. 2 and Dec. 3 from...
  • Five myths about Uber

    Five myths about Uber
    This month, the ride-hailing app Uber announced that it had raised an additional $1.2 billion from investors, who valued the company at about $40 billion. That staggering number, and the aggressive corporate culture that drove the start-up there, have...
  • FedEx, UPS and Postal Service scramble to cope with peak holiday shipping days

    FedEx, UPS and Postal Service scramble to cope with peak holiday shipping days
    Inside FedEx Corp.'s sorting facility, mechanical arms whir within a labyrinth of buzzing blue and yellow machinery. Cardboard boxes drop onto a conveyor belt with a thud, zipping down the line to be sorted before making it to shoppers' doorsteps for...
  • Don't buy bad goods for Christmas

    Don't buy bad goods for Christmas
    Some people are disappointed when they don't get what they wanted for Christmas. An even bigger letdown might be thinking you got what you wanted, then realizing after a close look that your gift is a knock-off. The holiday shopping madness has begun,...
  • 30 Years Later, Connecticut's Longest Surviving Heart Recipient Still Thankful

    30 Years Later, Connecticut's Longest Surviving Heart Recipient Still Thankful
    HARTFORD — The story of Connecticut's first successful heart transplant is one of tragedy, persistence, luck, and, ultimately, triumph. Thirty years later, the recipient, 64-year old Andy Buczek, says he still has a great deal to be thankful for...