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  • It's time to watch out for an October surprise

     It's time to watch out for an October surprise
    Now that President Barack Obama has installed a Democratic Party apparatchik with no scientific or medical experience as America's Ebola czar, POTUS has plenty of time for what really matters to him: Partisan politics in Illinois, his political home....
  • Early voting starts this week, with changes

     Early voting starts this week, with changes
    Early voting kicks off Monday in advance of the Nov. 4 statewide election, with a slew of new one-time changes that supporters say are meant to boost voter participation and critics contend have been put in place for political reasons tied to the hotly...
  • Raymond Hartstein, 1918-2014

    Raymond Hartstein, 1918-2014
    Raymond Hartstein, the founding chairman of Oakton Community College, spearheaded the development of the Skokie campus and was on hand with his family in 1995 when it was named the Raymond Hartstein Campus in his honor. "I remember standing next to my...
  • Portage Park earns historic bungalow district designation

    Portage Park earns historic bungalow district designation
    An 11th neighborhood of Chicago bungalows has been named to the National Register of Historic Places, giving another group of city residents bragging rights, as well as a potential property tax freeze if they undertake substantial home renovations....
  • 'Tom Tom' beats the drum for the South Side Big Band

    'Tom Tom' beats the drum  for the South Side Big Band
    The South Side Big Band started rehearsing the opening lines of Miles Davis' 1950s composition "Milestones" at one of its regular Monday practice sessions, when conductor Thomas "Tom Tom" Washington felt the ensemble needed an extra push. So he told the...
  • Man gets natural life plus 25 years for son's murder, girlfriend's assault

    Man gets natural life plus 25 years for son's murder, girlfriend's assault
    Margaret Jefferson collapsed into the arms of relatives outside a courtroom Friday moments after a Cook County judge sentenced her former boyfriend to natural life in prison plus 25 years for a brutal attack that left their 3-year-old son dead....
  • Streetball showdown: Ball Up All Stars have their own 'Hoop Dreams'

    Streetball showdown: Ball Up All Stars have their own 'Hoop Dreams'
    On Saturday, the Ball Up Summer Tour, featuring the Ball Up All Stars, visits Chicago to challenge the city's best street basketball players. First, there's an open tryout at 11 a.m. in Foster Park. Then, those chosen for the Chicago team will take on...
  • Rauner takes in more than $853,000, gives $750,000 to state GOP

    Rauner takes in more than $853,000, gives $750,000 to state GOP
    Republican governor candidate Bruce Rauner’s fundraising operation isn’t taking the summer off, based on new campaign disclosure reports filed with the State Board of Elections. Rauner’s camp reported receiving $853,450 in donations of...
  • Obama Library foundation raises more than $850,000

    A Chicago investment manager with strong ties to Mayor Rahm Emanuel is among the contributors who have collectively donated more than $850,000 to the foundation overseeing the development of President Barack Obama’s presidential library, according...
  • Community groups pin hopes on Obama library

    Community groups pin hopes on Obama library
    In a small garden in the South Side's Washington Park neighborhood — blocks from a site proposed for the Obama presidential library — 18-year-old A.J. Jones has found solace tending organic leeks, asparagus and dinosaur kale. "I used to...
  • Chicago State official sues UIC officials over her dissertation

    Chicago State official sues UIC officials over her dissertation
    A high-ranking administrator at Chicago State University is suing University of Illinois at Chicago officials after a Chicago Tribune story earlier this year about her dissertation, alleging people at the school illegally disclosed private facts about...