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  • Football | Oak Park, Lyons prepare to square off after disappointing weeks

    Football | Oak Park, Lyons prepare to square off after disappointing weeks
    Lyons and Oak Park-River Forest suffered disappointing setbacks in Week 6. For all the progress made the last few years, Oak Park (5-1) learned it still hasn't caught up to Glenbard West after a 28-14 loss Saturday in Glen Ellyn. Following its 37-23...
  • Football | Powers Oak Park, Glenbard West set to meet in conference clash

    Football | Powers Oak Park, Glenbard West set to meet in conference clash
    The transformation into a power happened in short order. John Hoerster has turned Oak Park-River Forest into an elite program since becoming head coach in 2011. There's one remaining hurdle for Hoerster's Huskies to clear. Oak Park, 5-0 and ranked...
  • Highwood's St. James School to merge with Holy Cross

    Highwood's St. James School to merge with Holy Cross
    For nearly 90 years, students have attended classes at St. James Catholic School in Highwood. That will cease to be the case after this school year because the school's students, staff and tradition will be blended in with the Holy Cross School on the...
  • Football | Nazareth shows mettle in win against Joliet Catholic

    Football | Nazareth shows mettle in win against Joliet Catholic
    Nazareth, because it had played so well all season, had no experience dealing with in-game adversity. As it turns out, the Roadrunners can do that too. Trailing at halftime for the first time all season, Nazareth took a huge step toward the East...
  • 'Spiritual Alzheimer's': Pope Francis' stern lecture to Roman Curia

    'Spiritual Alzheimer's': Pope Francis' stern lecture to Roman Curia
    Pope Francis on Monday launched a stunning attack on the cardinals, bishops and priests who run the Vatican, accusing them of succumbing to greed, jealousy, hypocrisy, cowardice and “spiritual Alzheimer's.” In a pre-Christmas speech to the...
  • District 11 football stat leaders entering the second half of the regular season

    District 11 football stat leaders entering the second half of the regular season
    Duke Helm, the District 11 statistician, has proved another batch of stats and other information. Hard to believe, but the second half of the regular season begins tonight and some great performances have taken place so far this year with more to come....
  • Louis S. Rizzo

    Louis S. Rizzo
    Louis S. Rizzo, a retired Domino Sugars supervisor and a World War II merchant mariner who was a longtime volunteer aboard the Liberty ship SS John W. Brown, died Monday at Gilchrist Center Howard County in Columbia of pulmonary fibrosis. The longtime...
  • Week 6 football: Five can't-miss games

    Week 6 football: Five can't-miss games
    No. 7 Oak Park-River Forest at No. 2 Glenbard West When: 1:30 p.m. Saturday Records: Glenbard West 5-0, Oak Park 5-0 On the offensive: There's a lot to like on both teams. Northwestern-bound quarterback Lloyd Yates is a true dual threat with two...
  • Week 6 football schedule

    Week 6 football schedule
    WEEK 6 Games at 7:30 unless noted Thursday, Oct. 2 Central Suburban North Deerfield at Glenbrook North, 7 Highland Park at Maine West, 7 Maine East at Niles North, 7 Central Suburban South Evanston at Glenbrook South New Trier at Maine...
  • City may use church for antenna after dropped cell phone calls

    City may use church for antenna after dropped cell phone calls
    The city and AT&T are considering permanent placement of an antenna at St. Catherine of Siena Parish to help residents regain lost cell phone service after some disruptions in the past two months. Initially, many thought the problem was caused by the...
  • Catholic archdiocese performed exorcism at Oklahoma civic center

    Catholic archdiocese performed exorcism at Oklahoma civic center
    Oklahoma City's Roman Catholic archdiocese said on Thursday that its archbishop and a priest performed "prayers of exorcism" to help rid the Oklahoma City Civic Center Music Hall of dangerous spirits after a satanic "black mass" was held there. The...