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  • Super Bowl Fly: Still Sore About Kraft's Flirtation With Hartford

    Back in the day there was Air Coryell; now we have Air Belichick. But enough about deflategate. The game is near, but for now, all that surrounds it:
  • Former Arlington Heights mayor to join horse racing board following O'Hare noise, Metra boards

     Former Arlington Heights mayor to join horse racing board following O'Hare noise, Metra boards
    A long-time voice in the many issues facing the famed Arlington racetrack, former Arlington Heights Mayor Arlene Mulder is now expected to join the Illinois Racing Board. "I looked forward to learning something. I wanted to make sure I don't get too...

    SkyMall's crash landing: Structural defect or pilot error?

    SkyMall's crash landing: Structural defect or pilot error?
    SkyMall wasn't all life-size Yeti statues, John McCain gargoyle sculptures and motorized, voice-controlled Star Wars R2-D2 toys. My daughter sleeps on a bed my wife picked out of the SkyMall catalog at 30,000 feet. That's also where we found the shelves...

    Schlitterbahn plans Lauderdale water park, but has money problems in Texas

    Schlitterbahn plans Lauderdale water park, but has money problems in Texas
    A stream of unpaid bills for a Schlitterbahn water park being built in Texas has Fort Lauderdale officials wondering if the company's plans for a complex here could evaporate. Schlitterbahn faces $765,000 in liens for not paying bills related to the...

    Boca airport tackles development at meeting

    Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery had its sign approved and opened on Jan. 26 on Airport Road. A Boy Scout was sent back to the drawing board for his World War II memorial. Another $20,000 to $60,000 could be available for the new U.S. Customs facility. Noise...