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  • Help Squad: Could you have refused that costly ambulance ride?

    Help Squad: Could you have refused that costly ambulance ride?
    Dear Help Squad, I have read your column and decided to get an opinion through your service. Some time ago, I had an event that caused someone to call for an ambulance for me. I was not hurt; and was told that I could sign a waiver and be allowed to...
  • Oak Lawn teen out to help the world, one trip at a time

    Oak Lawn teen out to help the world, one trip at a time
    Genna Power has two passions: travel and helping others. So it wasn't surprising when the Mother McAuley High School senior contacted NPH USA — as in Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos, or "Our Little Brothers and Sisters," a nonprofit that helps children...
  • Sports Comment: Rebranding isn't a winning approach

    A little of this and a little of that: The "Army West Point-Navy" game just doesn't have that same ring. In case you missed it, last week the United States Military Academy announced that it was rebranding its athletic teams. The academy announced...
  • Liquor board revokes license of popular Loyola University bar

    Liquor board revokes license of popular Loyola University bar
    Baltimore's liquor board voted unanimously Thursday to revoke the license of a North Baltimore bar popular among Loyola University Maryland students. By a 3-0 vote, the board decided not to renew the license of Favorite's Pub — a regular venue for...
  • Gabrek back with Lyons a year after brain surgery

    Gabrek back with Lyons a year after brain surgery
    Senior Liza Gabrek remains on the roster for Lyons' girls soccer team, although she will never play a game this season. It was a year ago last week when Gabrek, the Lions' starting center midfielder, suffered a life-threatening illness during a...
  • From Junior Miss Mundelein to national pageant queen

    From Junior Miss Mundelein to national pageant queen
    Hold it in your hand and it doesn't weigh much. But her rhinestone crown is worth its weight in gold to Laura Lovsin Friedrich. Friedrich, a 2006 Mundelein High School graduate, was chosen last month as America's Ultimate Woman among contestants aged...
  • Five questions for Sail Baltimore's executive director Laura Stevenson

    Five questions for Sail Baltimore's executive director Laura Stevenson
    About 40 foreign attaches from around the world — Serbia to Spain, India to Italy — will gather this week in Baltimore with one purpose: to consider whether to bring their nation's tall ships to the Inner Harbor. The nonprofit Sail Baltimore,...
  • Driverless Loyola catering cart gets stuck in reverse; hilarity ensues

    Driverless Loyola catering cart gets stuck in reverse; hilarity ensues
    Think about how much of life's rich tapestry flitted by every day, unheralded and unsung, before we all carried little computer cameras in our pocket. Ten years ago, the ridiculous sight that Loyola student Joe Bailey Jr. beheld Thursday morning would...
  • Chicago's cardinal: Francis George rose to lead hometown's Catholics

    Chicago's cardinal: Francis George rose to lead hometown's Catholics
    For all the things that polio took away from a young Francis George — running, playing baseball and riding his bicycle — it did little to derail his dreams of becoming a priest. Even after he entered his freshman year of Chicago high...
  • D219 briefs: School bus company dropped amidst service problems

    News from the April 13 Niles Township High School District 219 Board of Education meeting; Niles North and Niles West High Schools. School bus company dropped amidst service problems The District 219 Board School Board has awarded new contracts for...
  • College Notebook: Annapolis' Furman shows NFL potential

    College Notebook: Annapolis' Furman shows NFL potential
    Josh Furman raised his NFL draft prospects recently with a strong performance at the Oklahoma State football program's Pro Day. Furman was among 13 former Cowboys who worked out for representatives from 27 NFL teams and certainly opened some eyes with...