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  • Struggles continue for many CHA voucher holders

     Struggles continue for many CHA voucher holders
    When Gralen Titus Bennett was issued a Chicago Housing Authority voucher that would pay most of his rent, he looked for apartments in Uptown, Lakeview and other neighborhoods near the lakefront. Bennett is rooted on the West Side, and though he said he...
  • 4 children die in South Side fire: 'They were great kids and they will be missed'

    4 children die in South Side fire: 'They were great kids and they will be missed'
    The fire spread quickly from a second-floor unit in the troubled Roseland apartment building, down a hallway and then up a stairwell to the third floor. By then, the screams of residents and barking dogs had broken the early morning quiet Monday, but...
  • Mixed-media artist Barbara Aubin dies

     Mixed-media artist Barbara Aubin dies
    Barbara Aubin, a Chicago artist and art teacher, helped start the Chicago Women's Caucus for Art in the early 1970s and taught for years at Chicago State University. Ms. Aubin, 86, died of ascending cholangitis caused by an infection of the bile duct on...
  • Devan H. Popat, partner, Katten Muchin Rosenman

    Devan H. Popat, partner, Katten Muchin Rosenman
    Devan H. Popat was promoted to partner at law firm Katten Muchin Rosenman in Chicago in the Real Estate practice focusing on commercial real estate matters. Popat received his law degree from Loyola University Chicago School of Law and his bachelor's...
  • Kristin G. Bagull, partner, Arnstein & Lehr

    Kristin G. Bagull, partner, Arnstein & Lehr
    Chicago law firm Arnstein & Lehr has hired Kristin G. Bagbull as a partner in its Estate Planning & Probate Administration practice in Chicago. Her practice is focused on taxation and estate planning, and she advises clients on aspects of asset...
  • Kyle A. Vasquez, attorney, Polsinelli

    Kyle A. Vasquez, attorney, Polsinelli
    Law firm Polsinelli has hired attorney Kyle A. Vasquez in its Health Care Practice, where he will work from the Chicago office. He focuses his practice on 340B drug discount programs, including audit and compliance, reimbursement and enrollment strategy,...
  • Foys is Tribune Editorial Board community member

     Foys is Tribune Editorial Board community member
    Editor's note: Bob Foys, of Chicago, is the latest Tribune reader to join the editorial board as its community member. Foys, 74, was born and raised in Pilsen and has lived in the Chicago area for 60 years. He taught writing and literature at the...
  • Readers respond to tipping story

    Readers respond  to tipping story
    Many readers wrote about Kevin Pang's tipping story in the Sept. 4 issue of Dining. One comment we heard: Should the tip be calculated based on the pretax subtotal or after-tax total? There's no guideline, but general etiquette dictates calculating...
  • Suburban hospitals restrict visitors due to outbreak

    Suburban hospitals restrict visitors due to outbreak
    Several suburban hospitals are restricting visitors due to a multistate outbreak of a respiratory disease. Naperville's Edward Hospital, Linden Oaks at Edward and Elmhurst Memorial Hospital are not allowing visitors under 18 or those of any age with...
  • Exclusive: Wall Street watchdog to pick insider as arbitration head - source

    (Reuters) - The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority has narrowed its search for a new head of its arbitration unit to two of its own long-time officials, according to a person familiar with the matter. FINRA, Wall Street's industry-funded watchdog,...
  • Fast-moving fire traps 4 kids: 'They couldn't make it out'

    Fast-moving fire traps 4 kids: 'They couldn't make it out'
    For many, the first sign of danger was a neighbor banging on their doors and yelling, "There's a fire!"  Others were awakened by the frantic barking of their dogs. By the time they rushed out of the apartment building in the Roseland neighborhood on...