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Elgin

The latest wave of development in Elgin, a wide north-south swath on the far west side of the community, is comprised of homes for move-up buyers and empty-nesters who, along with the Minks, want newer (but not necessarily smaller) houses. Read more about Elgin, IL
The latest wave of development in Elgin, a wide north-south swath on the far west side of the community, is comprised of homes for move-up buyers and empty-nesters who, along with the Minks, want newer (but not necessarily smaller) houses. Read more about Elgin, IL « Show less
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  • Scottish bid to break up UK prompts dread among North Irish loyalists

    BELFAST (Reuters) - Horrified that Scotland might break up the United Kingdom by voting for independence this autumn, thousands of Northern Ireland loyalists are preparing to fight back using their favored 17th century battle regalia: drums, flutes, banners and orange sashes.
  • 'Heathen School' In Cornwall Closed In 1826 Amid Racial Brouhaha

    'Heathen School' In Cornwall Closed In 1826 Amid Racial Brouhaha
    Elias Boudinot loved Harriet Gold, and Harriet loved Elias. In June 1824, 190 years ago this month, the Georgia man wrote a letter to the Cornwall woman asking her to marry him. She wrote back to say yes. But Harriet didn't tell anyone her happy news...

    Is there a future for Southern Baptists

    Is there a future for Southern Baptists
    When the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) gathers in Baltimore tomorrow for its annual meeting, they are expected to discuss their declining numbers as well as cultural hot buttons such as homosexuality and transgender issues. As Yogi Berra once said,...

    Don't believe in God? Don't bother to run for president

    Don't believe in God? Don't bother to run for president
    As an atheist, it’s a pretty sure bet I won’t get into heaven (which doesn’t matter since, well, I don’t believe it exists). But it also looks like I couldn’t get elected president either. According to a recent Pew Research...

    On town prayer, the majority has its way

    On town prayer, the majority has its way
    The United States was founded mostly by Protestants and remained overwhelmingly Protestant for many decades, a fact Protestants did not want Roman Catholics to forget. When Catholics began arriving here in large numbers in the middle of the 19th century,...