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  • Letters to the editor

    Letters to the editor
    Keep Lincoln-Way North open Lincoln-Way North High School should not be closed. North has been open only since 2008 when Lincoln-Way East was appropriately deemed overcrowded. The need for Lincoln-Way North remains today. Consider closing the oldest,...
  • Community sports calendar

    BASEBALL South Holland: South Suburban College's Bulldog Baseball Camp, open to kids ages 6 to 14, will be held from 9 a.m. to noon June 22 to 25. The camp is conducted by South Suburban College coach Steve Ruzich and current players. Fee: $80....
  • Bulls hire lead assistant from Spurs

    Bulls hire lead assistant from Spurs
    Fred Hoiberg landed his top target for lead assistant Saturday when Jim Boylen chose to leave the Spurs for the Bulls’ associate head coaching position, a league source confirmed. Yahoo Sports first reported the news, which filled the desire...
  • Chicago's lucky number in postseason? That would be 6

    Chicago's lucky number in postseason? That would be 6
    If history is any indication, Chicagoans should be ready to party late into the night Monday. The Blackhawks are 4-3 overall in Game 6s in the Stanley Cup Final. However, each of the team’s last three Cups was won in a Game 6, albeit on the road....
  • The Blackhawks are Chicago's lovable winners

    The Blackhawks are Chicago's lovable winners
    "Go for a skate, baby, go for a skate!" — Jonathan Toews after handing the Stanley Cup to Kimmo Timonen A brief story about hockey, tradition and class: The Chicago Blackhawks made an unlikely late-season roster move, adding a 39-year-old...
  • Yes, you can use the 'D' word with the Blackhawks now

    Yes, you can use the 'D' word with the Blackhawks now
    Never a doubt, right? Except for that whole pesky 355-straight-minutes-where-no-team-led-by-more-than-one-goal thing in the Stanley Cup Final. Oh, and that 3-2 series deficit against Anaheim. And that quirky weird moment where the goalie got benched for...
  • Jimmy Butler contract scenarios complicated beneath the surface

    Jimmy Butler contract scenarios complicated beneath the surface
    Jimmy Butler is ready to bet on himself again if needed. A league source confirmed a Yahoo Sports report that Butler has preliminary plans to pursue shorter-term offer sheets when restricted free agency begins July 1. Butler, who turned down a four-...
  • Blackhawks can do something special for Chicago by winning at home

     Blackhawks can do something special for Chicago by winning at home
    As Blackhawks forward Patrick Sharp pondered what Monday night might produce in a sports city waiting to exhale, a question caused him to reflect on the days he appreciates now more than ever — days that seem much further away than nearly a decade....
  • Rudy Tomjanovich extols merits of imminent Bulls top assistant Jim Boylen

    Rudy Tomjanovich extols merits of imminent Bulls top assistant Jim Boylen
    Twelve years have passed since Rudy Tomjanovich's 12-season run as Rockets coach ended, and yet the man who separated the Bulls' three-peats with back-to-back NBA championships still talks regularly to Jim Boylen. Boylen, who is poised to be announced...
  • Q&A: K.C. Johnson's Bulls mailbag

    Q&A: K.C. Johnson's Bulls mailbag
    Do you think a starting lineup of Derrick Rose, Jimmy Butler, Doug McDermott, Nikola Mirotic and some center is possible with Fred Hoiberg? -- Victor, Spain Well, the backcourt is a lock at least. It’s surely too early to speculate on Hoiberg&...
  • Heart patients in high-stress jobs, like new Bulls coach, becoming common

    Heart patients in high-stress jobs, like new Bulls coach, becoming common
    Before new Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg took on the high-stress world of NBA coaching, he first reassured the media and fans that he's fit to do so with a pacemaker in his chest. Attitudes have changed in the past two decades about patients safely...