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  • Charlene Sennett, radiology professor at U. of C. and breast imaging specialist, dies

     Charlene Sennett, radiology professor at U. of C. and breast imaging specialist, dies
    Dr. Charlene Sennett, associate professor of radiology at the University of Chicago Medicine, was a clinical specialist in breast imaging who worked closely with research colleagues to improve the acquisition and computer-aided analysis of diagnostic...
  • Now hiring: teens, young adults for 'One Summer Chicago' jobs program

    Now hiring: teens, young adults for 'One Summer Chicago' jobs program
    Need a summer job? On Wednesday, One Summer Chicago, an initiative with the city, county and private companies to provide job experience and skills to the city's youth began accepting online applications from Chicago jobseekers ages 14 to 24....
  • Vladimir Putin and the neoconservatives

    PARIS -- Russia and the United States are engaged in a profound ideological confrontation -- one that isn't widely understood in Western Europe or even at the White House. It began in February a year ago. President Vladimir Putin of Russia found...
  • Orland Park trustee seeks re-election without mayor's support

    Orland Park trustee seeks re-election without mayor's support
    Orland Park voters will have a choice when casting their votes April 7 for village trustee — whether to keep the team of incumbents that has helped steer the village for the past four years or follow Mayor Dan McLaughlin in supporting a newcomer...
  • Gary hopes to cook up jobs with Knight grant

    The city's downtown will be the home of a culinary incubator and café designed to create jobs for upcoming foodie entrepreneurs. The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation announced Tuesday it is awarding $650,000 to a Knight Cities Challenge proposal...
  • Learn about physics with these magnetic mobile apps

    By AppoLearning.com Appolicious A recent Google doodle celebrated Emmy Noether, the German mathematician who altered the course of theoretical physics when she resolved the paradox of Einstein's general relativity. While most students will not become...
  • Bidding for Reese site development about to begin

    Bidding for Reese site development about to begin
    Chicago officials are nearing completion on establishing a bidding process for companies interested in developing the vacant former Michael Reese Hospital site on the Near South Side, the outcome of which could ease millions in debt payments over the next...
  • Boys basketball: Simeon coach Robert Smith approves of DePaul hiring

    Boys basketball: Simeon coach Robert Smith approves of DePaul hiring
    From Derrick Rose to Jabari Parker to an entire program full of potential Division I players at Simeon, Robert Smith knows a thing or two about the recruiting process. Smith will coach the West squad in Wednesday night's boys McDonald's All-American...
  • Man shot to death on Northwest Side

    Man shot to death on Northwest Side
    A 25-year-old man was fatally shot in the Cragin neighborhood Wednesday evening, one of at least six people shot since late Wednesday morning in Chicago, police said. The man was shot in the abdomen, head and wrist about 5:35 p.m. in the 5200 block of...
  • The Lake County News-Sun All-Area First Team

    THE FANTASTIC 15 Joe Borcia, Libertyville, senior: The 6-10 center averaged 12.4 points, 10 rebounds, 2.5 blocks and 2.1 assists. "Joe is a quality big man who in a lot of ways is a throwback to the low post, back-to-the-basket player that you do not see...
  • Lake Bluff teacher nominated for prestigious award

    Lake Bluff teacher nominated for prestigious award
    Golden Apple Award-nominee Amanda Willey believes that if you want to reach students' heads, you must first reach their hearts. "First of all, I think all kids are capable of learning, and I feel like it's the teacher's responsibility to figure out what...