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  • John "Jack" Hickey, 1925-2014

     John "Jack" Hickey, 1925-2014
    John "Jack" Hickey was in school when he began his career with Galvin Manufacturing Corp., which became Motorola. Mr. Hickey, who retired in 1986 as executive vice president and chief financial officer but continued another 10 years as a director, was a...
  • 5K walk/run very personal to Elmhurst couple

    5K walk/run very personal to Elmhurst couple
    Carol White, an advanced practice nurse who specializes in treating cancer patients, has participated in the Jim Gibbons 5K Run and 3K Walk to fund leukemia research for 17 years, but this year it had even more meaning. She was running for all the...
  • Review: Laughing Bird

    Review: Laughing Bird
    Review: Laughing Bird 4514 N. Lincoln Ave. 773-506-2473 Rating: !!! (out of 4) Off to a good start Have you ever wished you could eat at a place called the Tina Turner Tavern? If things go well for chef Chrissy Camba at new Lincoln Square restaurant...
  • How to make colleges accountable

    How to make colleges accountable
    A recent Tribune editorial described college officials as "apoplectic" over President Barack Obama's forthcoming college rating system, which the White House has suggested would be tied to the amount of federal aid that an institution receives. Let me...
  • Law school student knows prison -- from the inside

    Law school student knows prison -- from the inside
    Jarrett Adams' legal aspirations took hold in an unusual place: his prison cell. It was there, not long into his 28-year sentence for sexual assault, that a cellmate suggested he spend less time working out and more time proving his innocence if he was...
  • In Arundel, heated county executive race seen as pivotal for GOP

    In Arundel, heated county executive race seen as pivotal for GOP
    Arnold resident Nancy Weber hasn't decided whom she'll vote for in the Anne Arundel County executive race, but she knows one thing: "I'd like to see more Republicans in office." Weber recently met Republican candidate Steve Schuh, a state delegate,...
  • Digital Harbor is diverse, united

    Digital Harbor is diverse, united
    Digital Harbor High School is a diverse, inclusive and successful school that prepares students for computer technology careers, college and productive citizenship. Recent media coverage about tensions among small groups of black and Latino students...
  • Romeoville professor wins book award

    Romeoville professor wins book award
    Telling the story of the Chicago park that Dr. Dennis Cremin became fascinated by when he arrived in the city to attend Loyola University in 1990 has won him a book-of-the-year award. A history professor at Lewis University in Romeoville, Cremin...
  • Darren VanPuymbrouck, partner, Barnes & Thornburg

    Darren VanPuymbrouck, partner, Barnes & Thornburg
    Darren VanPuymbrouck has joined law firm Barnes & Thornburg’s Chicago office as a partner in the Litigation Department. Previously, VanPuymbrouck was a partner with Schiff Hardin LLP. VanPuymbrouck is a graduate of the Loyola University Chicago...
  • Man wielding gun at wedding accused of making death threats

    Man wielding gun at wedding accused of making death threats
    A man was ordered held on $100,000 bail Sunday after prosecutors said he brandished a gun and threatened to kill two people at the wedding he was attending on the Loyola University campus in the Rogers Park neighborhood. Aadam A. Franks, 30, of the...
  • CTA tackling two sections of Brown Line slow zones

    CTA tackling two sections of Brown Line slow zones
    The CTA is taking more steps to speed travel on the Brown Line, where one-fifth of the route was considered a slow zone last month. The agency expects to award a $42 million contract Wednesday for track work to rid the Brown Line of slow zones between...