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  • Tim Cook's commencement speech from a cynic's view

    Tim Cook's commencement speech from a cynic's view
    Ironically, corporations now scare me as much as communism once did. So perhaps it's not surprising that I find fault — and a disingenuous slant — in a major chief executive's recent commencement comments. In an address at George...
  • Veggies take center plate as healthy fast food chains expand

    Veggies take center plate as healthy fast food chains expand
    They want it fresh. They want it cheap. They want it fast. And most importantly, they don't want it to taste like it's good for them. That's a tall order for the new crop of healthy fast-casual restaurant chains, a segment that has struggled in the...
  • New Pentagon cyber strategy to discuss nation's offensive capabilities

    New Pentagon cyber strategy to discuss nation's offensive capabilities
    Defense Secretary Ashton B. Carter will lay out the military’s new strategy for fighting battles over computer networks Thursday, today, officials said, revealing what analysts say appears be a tougher, more offensive approach to cyber warfare....
  • Grove named hospital's Physician of the Year

    Dr. Christopher Grove, chief of pathology, was named Carroll Hospital Center's 2015 Physician of the Year during the hospital's Doctor's Day celebration held on March 24. Affiliated with the hospital for three years, Dr. Grove was chosen for his...
  • 59% of college-educated Latinos have trouble meeting monthly expenses, report says

    59% of college-educated Latinos have trouble meeting monthly expenses, report says
    A majority of Latinos say they have trouble covering monthly expenses, and almost 40% say they would have trouble finding $2,000 in an emergency, a new study said. Despite attaining higher education levels in recent decades, many Latinos find themselves...
  • Easton grad Luke Farrell has to give up soccer because of cancer battle, but discovers what's important in life

    Easton grad Luke Farrell has to give up soccer because of cancer battle, but discovers what's important in life
    Cancer does so many things besides kill. It clarifies, prioritizes and evolves. It debilitates and enables often at the same time. It frightens, enlightens and haunts. It's sudden and slow. It speeds up, slows down, stops and starts. Cancer is life. And...
  • Maikel Franco finally promoted

    Maikel Franco finally promoted
    The Maikel Franco watch is over. The third baseman, who had a brief stint with Philadelphia at the end of last year as a September call up, was recalled by the club from Triple-A Lehigh Valley and will likely start tonight as the Phillies host the...
  • Paula Kovarick Segalman

    Paula Kovarick Segalman
    Paula Kovarick Segalman, a former registered nurse who was a volunteer, fundraiser and talented athlete, died Friday of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, more commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease, at her North Roland Park home. She was 61. "Paula was a...
  • Jim Bennett: Directing the town's history

    Jim Bennett has been the Director of the Historical Society of Glastonbury for the past 16 years, but his love of history goes back much farther. Bennett has a bachelor's degree from George Washington University in business administration, and a master's...
  • Mayor names County attorney to 9th Ward seat

    New 9th Ward Ald. Brian Miller had been on the job barely a half hour Monday night when he got to vote against adopting a resolution in support of Gov. Bruce Rauner's turnaround agenda for Evanston and other municipalities. He paused as the roll call...
  • College Notes: Hear the music of CLC's Concert Band May 13 at the James Lumber Center

    College concert, honors, and more. College of Lake County, Grayslake Concert: The Concert Band will perform at 7:30 p.m. May 13 at 7:30 p.m. at the James Lumber Center, 19351 W. Washington St., Grayslake. The 65-piece ensemble, directed by John Mose,...