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  • Staying local: Cyclists challenged by hilly, 9.5-mile trail at Waterfall Glen

    Staying local: Cyclists challenged by hilly, 9.5-mile trail at Waterfall Glen
    Editor's note: This is the second in a series of stories about things for sports fans to do and see in and around the Pioneer Press coverage area. For Oswaldo Rojas, biking through the Waterfall Glen Forest Preserve in Darien has become a part of his...
  • U of Illinois president to chair technology group

    New University of Illinois President Timothy L. Killeen has been elected chairman of the board of directors of the Illinois Science & Technology Coalition. The coalition is a statewide group of companies such as Caterpillar Inc., and State Farm Cos....
  • Milwaukee dives into water tech, Chicago just getting feet wet

     Milwaukee dives into water tech, Chicago just getting feet wet
    Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett hates "the Rust Belt" as a moniker for the Great Lakes region — who likes rust? — so he's been pushing for a more apt nickname: The Fresh Coast. "That captures who we are, and it captures who Chicago is, and...
  • 'World-class technology' firm closes in on move to Gurnee

    'World-class technology' firm closes in on move to Gurnee
    With a local management team in place, a new tech firm is expecting to get its operation running in Gurnee as soon as a permanent facility is found and built out. Adam Khan, owner of AKHAN Semiconductor, addressed the Gurnee Village Board on Monday...
  • Science postdoc told to grin and bear prof's wandering eye

     Science postdoc told to grin and bear prof's wandering eye
    It's like they hired Princeton Mom over there at Science magazine. In a piece made famous for being both terrible advice and retracted, the magazine's Ask Alice columnist, virologist Alice Huang, counseled a postdoctoral student to grin and bear it when...
  • Library notes: Outdoor concert set for June 1 in Grayslake

    Library notes: Outdoor concert set for June 1 in Grayslake
    Events and programs for the whole family are being held at libraries across Lake County. Grayslake Area Public Library 100 Library Lane (847) 223-5313 Concert: Pott & Pans Steelband will perform at 7 p.m. June 1 in an outdoor concert. The band...
  • A new Plan of Chicago: Progress, prognosis and you

    A new Plan of Chicago: Progress, prognosis and you
    In October 2013, we set out to examine the intertwined crises Chicago faces on its streets, in its schools, in its neighborhoods. We said: The quality of life in Chicago — its future — depends on innovative, cost-effective solutions to...
  • Bloom to induct nine into Hall of Fame

    Nine graduates of Bloom High School in Chicago Heights are to be inducted into the school's Hall of Fame in November, according to a news release from the school's Hall of Fame. They are to be recognized at a Nov. 7 induction ceremony and will join 99...
  • Community briefs

    Community briefs
    New pastor installed at Aurora Advent Christian The Rev. Matt Mull was installed as the 23rd senior pastor of the Aurora Advent Christian Church, 905 N. Edgelawn Drive, on Sunday. The Rev. Mark Woolfington, chairman of the AC Prairie States...
  • DuPage panel drops water rates by 2 percent

    The DuPage Water Commission voted unanimously Thursday to lower rates it charges customers for Lake Michigan water by slightly more than 2 percent beginning May 1. The Naperville City Council has an action proposal mirroring the commission's move on...
  • Money for supercomputer coming to Argonne

    Money for supercomputer coming to Argonne
    The U.S. Department of Energy is investing $200 million to bring to Argonne National Laboratory by 2018 a new supercomputer that is "18 times more powerful" than its current one, Lynn Orr, the department's undersecretary for science and energy, said...