| Jul 19, 2009
The robbers pulled Matthew Dicks off the floor and shoved him into a chair.
"Liar!" they barked at Dicks, then 22 and manager of a McDonald's. "Use the key!"
Two of his employees lay nearby, faces down, one screaming that Dicks was telling the truth....
| Jul 27, 2009
| 9:33 AM
(WGN-AM)- A federal judge today refused to release from custody an elderly Oak Brook man charged with the Outfit-related pipe-bombing of a video gambling machine business.
U.S. Magistrate Judge Sidney Schenkier said he believes 85-year-old Samuel...
| Oct 24, 2008
Most of the Friends of Richard Lapointe are old and gray now. Some have died. Gone are the strategy meetings over Burger King coffee.
But at the latest crucial moment in this surreal saga, a dozen Friends were there for him in state Appellate Court in...
| Mar 16, 2010
| 9:56 AM
April 20-- The Crystal Lake Business 2 Business network group will again be hosting JAZZ For PADS from 5 7 pm. The event will return to the Dole Mansion, now Lakeside Legacy Arts Park on a quest to reach out and inform the public about PADS (Public...
| Sep 17, 2009
The last time Muskegon Oakridge lost a West Michigan Conference Game, Eagle quarterback Jamie Potts was in the 6th grade. It was September 24, 2004 and Oakridge lost to Ravenna 8-6. The Eagles went on to win their final 3 conference game that year and all...
| Sep 22, 2009
Mike Holmes has won several state titles at Muskegon Catholic Central and last years team might have been the best he's ever had. MCC was dominant on their way to the division 8 championship, but 19 starters were lost to graduation. That left Major...
| Jul 23, 2010
| 10:53 AM
All-Central Florida Baseball
Player of the Year Brian Brooks Oviedo, pitcher/1st baseman The buzz: The senior went 10-2 with a 1.09 ERA as a left-handed pitcher for a 27-3 team that was ranked as high as No. 3 nationally. Brooks, who signed with UCF...
| Sep 11, 2010
Grant Woollacott disappeared for a few moments, then returned carrying a fireproof safe that he placed gently on his mother's dining table.
The 18-year-old West Hartford resident unlocked the safe and reached inside for a letter from Germany addressed to...
| Sep 29, 2002
On April 29, 1765, the Connecticut Courant published its first slave-related ad: Joseph Enos of Union seeks the return of Bristol, his 30-year-old runaway slave.
The next week, an anonymous advertiser offered for sale a "likely, healthy good natured...