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  • Dr. Nicholas Vick, respected neurologist, dies

    Dr. Nicholas Vick, respected neurologist, dies
    Dr. Nicholas Vick, former chair of the neurology department at NorthShore Evanston Hospital, was known for his advancements in the research and treatment of brain tumors, but also for his extraordinary compassion. "He was a highly, highly intelligent...
  • Lisa Barnes, neuropsychologist

    Lisa Barnes, neuropsychologist
    Lisa Barnes is determined to untangle the risk factors and health disparities that lead to the high incidence of Alzheimer's disease in African-Americans. "African-Americans have a higher burden of many kinds of diseases," she said, "but we know that...
  • Simsbury High Standout Gets Crew Scholarship

    SIMSBURY — Caroline Hendershot is a standout in both volleybally and crew at Simsbury High School. Last fall, she earned all-conference and all-state honors in volleyball. And after just one season on the crew team, the talented athlete earned a...
  • High School Legends series | Wheaton's Red Grange: Hard-knock life

    High School Legends series | Wheaton's Red Grange: Hard-knock life
    Editor's note: This is the first in an ongoing series of high school sports legends with roots in Chicago and the surrounding area. The series kicks off with Wheaton's Red Grange, a charter member of the collegiate and Pro Football halls of fame. In the...
  • New-Car Fuel Economy Sees Uncommonly Big Drop

     
    The average fuel economy of new vehicles sold in the U.S. experienced its biggest dip in nearly three years in September. That's according to the latest figures from the University of Michigan's Transportation Research Institute, which show last month's...
  • Louder Than a Bomb about to blow up

    Louder Than a Bomb about to blow up
    A noted Chicago poet named Carl Sandburg once wrote, "I'm an idealist. I don't know where I'm going, but I'm on the way," and so there sat one evening last week a somewhat less well-known Chicago poet named Kevin Coval, who is certainly on his way. If...
  • Michigan fans rally, petition for athletic director's ouster

    University of Michigan students started a petition this week calling for the ouster of athletic director Dave Brandon in the wake of the football team's missteps, and a rally was held Tuesday night in Ann Arbor to support the cause. The rally Tuesday...
  • 3 high school football players die in 1 week after collapsing on field

    A Long Island, N.Y., teen died Wednesday after colliding with an opponent during a high school football game. He was the third high school player in a week to die after being on the field. Tom Cutinella, a high school junior and linebacker on the...
  • Michigan AD says he will not resign or fire coach Brady Hoke

    Michigan AD says he will not resign or fire coach Brady Hoke
    Embattled University of Michigan Athletic Director Dave Brandon, in an interview with the school paper, said he has no plans to resign or fire football coach Brady Hoke. Brandon also responded to the thousands of Michigan students who are calling for...
  • Vernon Board of Education member Amarjit Buttar shares thoughts after resigning from board

    Vernon Board of Education member Amarjit Buttar stepped down this past June, citing health reasons (including brain surgery in August) and is recuperating nicely at home. Buttar served on the Board of Education from 1995-2009 and again from 2011 to this...
  • Consultant Says UConn Generated $3.4 Billion In Economic Activity Last Year

    Consultant Says UConn Generated $3.4 Billion In Economic Activity Last Year
    The University of Connecticut generated $3.4 billion in economic activity last year, including more than 24,000 jobs and $202.5 million in state and local tax revenue, according to a report prepared by a Pittsburgh-based consulting firm. "It's an...