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  • Former Elgin mayoral candidate to chair state housing group

    Former Elgin mayoral candidate to chair state housing group
    Defeated Elgin mayoral candidate Joseph Galvan will chair the Illinois Housing Development Authority board, Gov. Bruce Rauner's office announced. "About a week after the election, the Mayor and I met," Galvan said. "One of the things we discussed was...
  • Meta P. Barton, businesswoman

    Meta P. Barton, businesswoman
    Meta P. Barton, a businesswoman who owned and managed various properties, died April 23 at her Delray Beach, Fla., home of heart failure. She was 86. The daughter of Charles Lee Packard, an insurance executive, and Dorothy Holmes Levering Packard, a...
  • Jewell Loyd awed AAU coaches, teammates with her competitiveness

    Jewell Loyd awed AAU coaches, teammates with her competitiveness
    Lincolnwood native Jewell Loyd was quite busy after she decided to leave Notre Dame a year early and declare for the 2015 WNBA Draft. She traveled to Los Angeles for the Wooden Award presentation and then to Connecticut for the draft — where the...
  • Graduating seniors face better odds in job search

     Graduating seniors face better odds in job search
    It looked like a speed dating event. During a recent job fair at Columbia College Chicago, employers moved from station to station to meet soon-to-graduate seniors who pitched their portfolios and their skills. "I like portraying depth in my artwork,"...
  • Correction: Preemie Survival story

    In a story May 6 about extremely premature babies, The Associated Press reported erroneously that 5½-year-old Dexter Brandy needs oxygen when he sleeps. He stopped needing oxygen at 10 months, his mother said. A corrected version of the story is below:...
  • La Grange woman offers favorite finds in online boutique

    La Grange woman offers favorite finds in online boutique
    A La Grange entrepreneur decided one way to stand out in the online marketplace is to include elegant gift wrapping, no-hassle, returns and free shipping. "We're trying to sincerely build relationships for life," said Christine Clark, who launched Perry...
  • Nancy H. Hall, speech pathologist and audiologist

    Nancy H. Hall, speech pathologist and audiologist
    Nancy H. Hall, a retired speech pathologist and audiologist who was a docent at the Walters Art Museum for more than 25 years, died April 19 at Symphony Manor assisted living in Roland Park of vascular dementia. She was 80. The daughter of Raymond...
  • A bio snapshot of Lori Greiner of QVC and 'Shark Tank'

    Lori Greiner, entrepreneur on QVC and investor on ABC's "Shark Tank" AGE: 45 HOMETOWN: Chicago LIVES IN: Chicago and Los Angeles FAMILY: Married to Dan Greiner EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree in communication from Loyola University Chicago CAREER:...
  • IMSA students find research is key to high school experience

    IMSA students find research is key to high school experience
    On most Wednesdays this school year, Julian Pacheco, 18, of Aurora, would board an early morning bus and after two hours arrive at the University of Chicago on the city's South Side where he'd work in a lab until about 4 p.m. He and other researchers...
  • The deep roots of racial injustice

    The deep roots of racial injustice
    It was hard not to see history on the TV screen Monday. Burning and looting on the streets of east and west Baltimore recalled the last time the national guard was called out to the city, on an April night 47 years ago following the assassination of...
  • City of Ferguson paying noted attorney $1,335 an hour

    FERGUSON, Mo. In the days following a Department of Justice report accusing Ferguson's police and municipal court of widespread abuses, the city made a series of conciliatory moves. Three employees involved in racist emails were forced out. The city...