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  • New principal for Sandburg High School

    New principal for Sandburg High School
    Consolidated High School District 230 looked to its own administrators, teachers and alumni to fill three leadership roles at Sandburg High School and Stagg High School. Deb Baker, Stagg's associate principal, will take the helm at Sandburg next fall,...
  • Museum free days

    Museum free days
    There’s nothing like a day at the museum, but tickets can cost a pretty penny -- especially if you bring the entire brood. Avoid pricey admission fees during these museum free days. Adler Planetarium* 1300 S. Lake Shore Drive (312-922-7827;...
  • D30 chooses 2 new principals

    D30 chooses 2 new principals
    Two new principals have been chosen to lead Wescott and Willowbrook schools in Northbrook/Glenview School District 30. The school board approved Chris Brown, assistant principal at Maple school, to be the next principal at Wescott, a first through fifth...
  • Sheri Prentiss, breast cancer survivor

    Sheri Prentiss, breast cancer survivor
    Since she was a little girl, Sheri Prentiss knew she wanted to be a doctor. "My parents would remind me — if you want to be a doctor, you have to work harder than the other kids," says Prentiss, 45 (whose name, until her Oct. 1 marriage to...
  • Murder charges added in wake of Romeoville shooting victim's death

    Murder charges added in wake of Romeoville shooting victim's death
    Murder charges were filed Tuesday against a 23-year-old Cicero man in connection with the death of his 15-year-old ex-girlfriend, whom he allegedly shot outside of her Romeoville home last week. Briana Valle, a freshman at Romeoville High School, died...
  • Cigarettes burning a hole in your pocket? Set a path to Quit Day

    Source: Loyola University Medicine whatdoctorsknow.com A recent cigarette tax hike in Illinois is making smoking dangerous to people's physical and financial health. The additional economic pressures are compelling people to quit smoking. In fact, 70...
  • UIC reviews dissertation by Chicago State University official amid allegations of plagiarism

     UIC reviews dissertation by Chicago State University official amid allegations of plagiarism
    University of Illinois at Chicago officials are reviewing the dissertation of a high-ranking administrator at Chicago State University amid allegations that parts of it were plagiarized. Chicago State interim Provost Angela Henderson, who took over in...
  • Donald E. McBrien, school pupil services director

    Donald E. McBrien, school pupil services director
    Donald E. McBrien, former director of pupil services for Howard County public schools who earlier held the same position in Baltimore County public schools, died Wednesday of congestive heart failure at St. Agnes Hospital. The longtime Ellicott City...
  • Brandon Quaranta named new boys soccer coach at McDonogh

    Brandon Quaranta named new boys soccer coach at McDonogh
    McDonogh didn't look far or long to find its new boys soccer coach. Assistant Brandon Quaranta will take over for longtime coach Steve Nichols, who was named the new men's coach at Loyola University on Wednesday. Quaranta, a standout player at...
  • Victims, statistics show serious deficiencies in Harvey police work

    Victims, statistics show serious deficiencies in Harvey police work
    On an oil-stained blacktop beside a Harvey convenience store, someone shot and killed 20-year-old trade student Tommy Lee in his car. Five years later, his parents still have the sedan, two bullet holes rusting in the hood and fender. They also have...
  • Much ado about the wrong thing [Commentary]

    Much ado about the wrong thing [Commentary]
    Calls this year to raise the state and federal minimum wages from $7.25 to $10.10 brought the expected political responses from both sides of the aisle. Regrettably, neither side's response is clearly supported in reality. The final outcome will minimally...