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  • Chicago book news: Mary Kubica's 'Good Girl' optioned by Anonymous Content

    Chicago book news: Mary Kubica's 'Good Girl' optioned by Anonymous Content
    Mary Kubica's debut novel, "The Good Girl," has been optioned by production company Anonymous Content. The novel follows a young Chicago teacher who is kidnapped by a man she meets at a bar. Kubica lives in Lake Zurich. →"The Big Jones Cookbook" by...
  • Palos Hospital partners with Loyola for more specialized care

    Palos Community Hospital and Loyola University Medical Center already collaborate to treat some patients in the southwest suburbs, but they've made the partnership official. The two organizations this month signed an affiliation agreement that...
  • All-Area Girls' Soccer Player of the Year: Intangibles lead Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy's Savo to be the best

    All-Area Girls' Soccer Player of the Year: Intangibles lead Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy's Savo to be the best
    Lauren Savo is a terrific soccer player who turned in an exceptional season. It was one in which she keyed a Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy turnaround from a fifth-place finish and an absence from the postseason to a second-place ascent and a CIF...
  • Friends of the Parks leader steps down

    Friends of the Parks leader steps down
    The president of a preservation group that is fighting plans to build the George Lucas museum on the lakefront as well as a proposal to build the Obama presidential library in a public park has stepped down. Cassandra Francis, who was a Chicago real...
  • Educated advice: Consider whether value of law degree worth the price

    Dear Mr. Bradshaw: I will be applying to law school this fall and wonder if you have any advice to offer about the admissions process. I have a 3.5 GPA and a 160 LSAT. I would like to apply to an out-of-state school, but the higher tuition would mean...
  • Chicago not releasing video of officer-involved shooting

    Months after a teenager was shot 16 times by a Chicago police officer, the city is still refusing to release the dash-cam video of the fatal shooting and didn't even show it to aldermen Wednesday before they approved a $5 million settlement with the...
  • Pick-your-own fruit farm to open in Chicago this summer

    Pick-your-own fruit farm to open in Chicago this summer
    Breanne Heath started with a patch of dirt on the South Side and a simple idea: a farm where visitors can pick their own fruit. Now the nearly half-acre site in Back of the Yards is slated to open this summer as The Pie Patch, a pick-your-own farm in...
  • Temple Judea Mizpah serves up health fair as annual Mitzvah Day

     Temple Judea Mizpah serves up health fair as annual Mitzvah Day
    Every year, the Mitzvah Day agenda at Temple Judea Mizpah changes, but what always remains the same is its vision. Adhering to the tenet that community comes together to help others in need, Temple Judea Mizpah has been holding its annual Mitzvah Day...
  • The 2015 Pulitzers, finalists in journalism and the arts

    The 2015 Pulitzer Prize winners and finalists, and the judges' comments: ___ JOURNALISM Public Service: The Post and Courier, of Charleston, South Carolina, for "Till Death Do Us Part," a riveting series that probed why South Carolina is among the...
  • 2015 Pulitzer Prize winners and finalists

    Winners Journalism Public Service The Post and Courier, Charleston, SC Breaking News Reporting The Seattle Times Staff Investigative Reporting Eric Lipton of The New York Times The Wall Street Journal Staff Explanatory Reporting Zachary R. Mider...
  • Father David Ryan of Lake Zurich remembers Cardinal George

    Father David Ryan of Lake Zurich remembers Cardinal George
    On the Sunday following the death of Cardinal Francis George, the first Chicago native to serve as the local archbishop and the intellectual leader of the American church, St. Francis de Sales Father David Ryan remembered the Lord's work George...