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  • Pleasantdale hires new superintendent

    Pleasantdale hires new superintendent
    Pleasantdale Elementary District 107 has a new leader. Dave Palzet, who has been an administrator in Wilmette District 39 for the past three years, has been chosen as the next superintendent. Pleasantdale School Board members Feb. 18 unanimously...
  • South Asian community shocked at sexual assault charges against Elgin imam

    South Asian community shocked at sexual assault charges against Elgin imam
    When Mohammed Abdullah Saleem speaks, many observant Muslims in Chicago's South Asian community listen and obey. The conservative Muslim scholar opposes men and women shaking hands. He maintains strict gender separation during prayers at the mosque....
  • Stan Chambers dies at 91; newsman had six-decade career at KTLA

    Stan Chambers dies at 91; newsman had six-decade career at KTLA
    When the story broke that a little girl was trapped in a well in San Marino, thousands of Angelenos snapped on their television sets. They kept them on for the next 27 hours. The year was 1949 — decades before live coverage of car chases, hostage...
  • Loyola vigil tries to shed light on human trafficking

     Loyola vigil tries to shed light on human trafficking
    Outside the Loyola University Chicago student center Monday night, a few dozen students huddled in the snow for a candlelight vigil to commemorate human trafficking victims and survivors around the world. Organizers from a campus anti-trafficking group...
  • College students facing depression need more than a list of doctors to call

    College students facing depression need more than a list of doctors to call
    A recently released survey of 150,000 college freshmen found that 9.5% had frequently felt depressed in the last year, up from 6.1% in 2009. As such numbers rise, some colleges balk at the idea of being "caretakers" for their psychologically fragile...
  • Please don't trash the Great Lakes

    Plastic is everywhere. Tiny plastic fibers are in fleece hats and gloves. The shovels used to dig out from the storm, the lids on the cups of coffee bought to warm up, the sleds the kids used at the park and the soda bottles bought for Super Bowl...
  • Mayoral candidates try to rock the Millennial vote

    Mayoral candidates try to rock the Millennial vote
    A fundraiser at a tattoo parlor. A mustache invasion at a rally. College campus forums. And of course Facebook posts and YouTube videos. Chicago’s mayoral candidates are trying to tap into the hip factor, in hopes of wooing 20-something and 30-...
  • Expert: Burr Oak had 'human remains all over the place'

    Expert: Burr Oak had 'human remains all over the place'
    Darnell Mayes grew quiet, removed his glasses and wiped his tears with his other hand while testifying Thursday about his family members' missing gravestones at Burr Oak Cemetery. "I can't do this -- I can't do this," he repeated, shaking, as Judge Joan...
  • Justice Department explores taking action on violent Illinois youth centers

    Justice Department explores taking action on violent Illinois youth centers
    Illinois' troubled residential treatment centers for children and teens are drawing the attention of federal authorities after the Tribune documented hundreds of rape and assault allegations and found that state officials kept sending juvenile wards to...
  • Hospitalist: Improving hospital care, efficiency adds to job appeal

    By Erinn Hutkin Suzanne Pham's most memorable experiences on the job have involved patients who enter the hospital in critical condition but recover enough to move to a rehab center or even go home. She recalled treating a 90-year-old man who'd...
  • Robert Ready, who helped pave roads in southwest suburbs, dies at 89

    Robert Ready, who helped pave roads in southwest suburbs, dies at 89
    As the longtime president of Ready Paving & Construction Co., Robert Ready helped pave many of the roads in Chicago's growing southwest suburbs during the boom years of the 1960s and '70s. With new houses and subdivisions popping up to accommodate waves...