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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Jane Byrne funeral services begin Monday morning

    Jane Byrne funeral services begin Monday morning
    The wake and funeral for former Chicago Mayor Jane Byrne's will begin at 9 a.m. Monday at a Near North Side church. According to an announcement by Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s office, those services will be Monday at St. Vincent de Paul Church, 1010 W....
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Museum free days 2014

    Museum free days 2014
    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;...
  • Enough with the catcalls, Chicago women say

    Enough with the catcalls, Chicago women say
    "Keep running, baby." Danielle Sullivan, 19, a student at Loyola University Chicago, was sick of hearing comments like that one around her Rogers Park home, particularly when she went out jogging in the mornings. The comments, she said, typically came...
  • 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...
  • Gustavo A. Faist July 29, 1929 - October 5, 2014

    Gustavo A. Faist<br/> July 29, 1929 - October 5, 2014
     Gustavo “Gus” Faist, a La Cañada resident of forty-nine years and former software engineer at Jet Propulsion Laboratory, passed away October 5th, at the age of 85.  He had been suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease for several years.   A...
  • 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...
  • Dr. Charles K. 'Bucky' Peters Jr., dentist

    Dr. Charles K. 'Bucky' Peters Jr., dentist
    Dr. Charles K. "Bucky" Peters Jr., a well-known Catonsville dentist who practiced for 53 years, died of cancer Friday at his Ellicott City home. He was 83. "He was just tremendous, funny and had a great sense of humor," said Deborah L. Kennedy, a...