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  • Robby Hutchison pitches Zion-Benton past Deerfield

    According to several weather forecasts, there's a 90-percent chance of clear skies for Friday night's fourth annual Battle at Bowen fundraising baseball game between Zion-Benton and Waukegan. That's still 10 percent less than the chance that this year's...
  • Mother McAuley's Dara Sanders counts her blessings, and strikeouts

    Mother McAuley's Dara Sanders counts her blessings, and strikeouts
    Modern technology has been very kind to Mother McAuley senior Dara Sanders. There isn't a minute that goes by that she isn't grateful for having a cochlear implant in her life. "It's a miracle," she said. "I'm able to hear the world. I'm able to talk....
  • Emanuel critic fends off foe; mayor to keep iron grip on council

    Emanuel critic fends off foe; mayor to keep iron grip on council
    A fierce critic of Mayor Rahm Emanuel fended off an opponent backed by pro-Emanuel political groups Tuesday in one of the most expensive and high-profile races among 18 City Council runoff contests. Six other aldermen who have been strong backers of...
  • Heart of the Home: Elmwood Park hardware store celebrates 60 years in business

    Heart of the Home: Elmwood Park hardware store celebrates 60 years in business
    When Anthony "Mr. Tony" Colandrea opened Colandrea Ace Hardware in Elmwood Park in Feb. 1955, the then-47-year-old probably couldn't have ever dreamed that 60 years later, his business would still be going strong. Colandrea, who worked until retiring at...
  • Development and personality a focus in Lincoln Park runoff race

    Development and personality a focus in Lincoln Park runoff race
    Much like Mayor Rahm Emanuel's admission in a recent TV ad amid a heated campaign that he can rub people the wrong way, Ald. Michele Smith has conceded during a tough re-election race that her personality can get in the way as she represents Lincoln...
  • Meyer marathon: Giving back to community has never been so fun

    Meyer marathon: Giving back to community has never been so fun
    Five years ago, it was just an idea; today it is an annual staple at Meyer School in Skokie. Pre-kindergarten teacher Paula Carter admits that she never quite imagined what a mini dance-marathon at the school could become. But in each of the last five...
  • Freshmen Chicago aldermen face myriad challenges to second term

    Freshmen Chicago aldermen face myriad challenges to second term
    Nearly a third of next month's 18 Chicago City Council runoff elections feature freshmen aldermen trying to win new terms in the face of a vexing confluence of political factors. Among the obstacles to navigate is the mayor's race between Rahm Emanuel...
  • Neighborhood parade on Saturday a matter of Irish pride

    Neighborhood parade on Saturday a matter of Irish pride
    Captain Joseph Naper may not have been Irish, but residents of the city he helped found will be showing their Irish roots in a big way as Naperville celebrates St. Patrick's Day starting this weekend. The city's annual St. Patrick's Day parade and other...
  • Hires and promotions at Lehigh Valley businesses

    STACI SAEGER Has been promoted to Director of Marketing at NAI Summit. In her role Saeger designs and manages the marketing efforts for both the brokerage of available properties in the portfolio as well as the promotion of NAI Summit's property...
  • Waukegan man guilty of murdering 3-year-old while playing 'Mortal Kombat'

    Waukegan man guilty of murdering 3-year-old while playing 'Mortal Kombat'
    A Waukegan man who said he was angered that his girlfriend's 3-year-old son cursed while playing a video game was convicted of first-degree murder Tuesday for the child's beating death. Sometime after 11 p.m. on Sept. 14, 2011, the boy supposedly let...
  • Stewart Dixon, corporate attorney who started noted Chicago firm, dies at 84

    In the late 1960s, Stewart Strawn Dixon helped start Chicago corporate law firm Wildman, Harrold, Allen & Dixon, which at its peak had more than 200 lawyers. "I was often struck by how much he cared about his clients," said John Eisel, who began working...