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  • Family, friends pay tribute to Jane Byrne

    Family, friends pay tribute to Jane Byrne
    Prominent Chicagoans and family members paid tribute to former Mayor Jane Byrne at her funeral Monday morning, remembering her as a feisty woman who blazed a trail — with panache. Mayor Rahm Emanuel spoke at the funeral Mass, which was...
  • Saucon Valley's Omdahl commits to Loyola Maryland

    Saucon Valley's Omdahl commits to Loyola Maryland
    When Abigail Omdahl averaged a team-high 14.1 points per game and earned Colonial League second team honors during her sophomore season at Saucon Valley, it seemed like a given that she would continue her athletic career at the collegiate level. But...
  • Loyola University student reported missing is found safe

    Loyola University student reported missing is found safe
    A Loyola University Chicago student who had been missing for more than a week has been found safe, campus police said Tuesday. Chan Williams, 20, entered the Chicago Board of Trade building at 141 W. Jackson Blvd. around 8 p.m. Nov. and had not been...
  • At River Hill, a friendly rivalry between championship soccer teams

    At River Hill, a friendly rivalry between championship soccer teams
    The final score was announced and the bus hauling the River Hill girls soccer team to its state championship game erupted last Thursday. The girls were happy to hear the River Hill boys had claimed a 2-0 win over Huntingtown to capture the Class 3A...
  • 'Control' a sad wrong place, wrong time story

    'Control' a sad wrong place, wrong time story
    "Luther, 16, was arrested outside his home in the Bronx, NY. He was charged with second degree assault, a felony." Those words appear on screen at the start of the new documentary "Control," which follows a teenager — in the wrong place at the...
  • John Mannion, Chicago cop who became prosecutor and judge, dies at 77

     John Mannion, Chicago cop who became prosecutor and judge, dies at 77
    John J. Mannion spent 14 years as a Chicago police officer and homicide detective before going to work as a Cook County prosecutor and then taking the bench for more than two decades. Mr. Mannion worked his way through law school while a police...
  • Joe Dooley of the Dooley Brothers band dies at 70

    Joe Dooley of the Dooley Brothers band dies at 70
    Joe Dooley was just 5 years old when he wrapped a couple of rubber bands around a cigar box and began strumming. His desire to make music led to the guitar, then the saxophone and eventually the autoharp. He began exploring different styles of music and...
  • Albert W. Isenman III, 1948-2014

     Albert W. Isenman III, 1948-2014
    Albert W. Isenman III was an award-winning instructor at Northwestern University's Kellogg Graduate School of Management and later the school's director of Custom Executive Programs. In that role, he developed programs the university created for major...
  • Body pulled from lake identified as 32-year-old Lake Forest woman

    Body pulled from lake identified as 32-year-old Lake Forest woman
    After the death of his 17-year-old son, a Lake Forest father left his executive banking job to work for an international Christian ministry -- a decision that stemmed from a series of devastating losses, he wrote in a subsequent book. Now Gerard Long...
  • The Rev. Thomas W. Strieter, civil rights champion, 1933-2014

    The Rev. Thomas W. Strieter, civil rights champion, 1933-2014
    The Rev. Thomas W. Strieter and his wife, Doris, had recently finished editing the third in a series of six volumes on the homilies of outspoken Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero, who was assassinated in 1980 while in church celebrating Mass. It was...
  • Sister Suzanne Zuercher, nun who specialized in psychology, 1931-2014

     Sister Suzanne Zuercher, nun who specialized in psychology, 1931-2014
    Sister Suzanne Zuercher lived for 63 years as a member of a monastic community of Benedictine sisters, but she was fully engaged with the world around her. "While she was very attuned to spiritual life, she was also in contact with an incredible...