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  • Lindsey Durlacher, decorated Illinois wrestler, dies at 36

    Lindsey Durlacher, decorated Illinois wrestler, dies at 36
    Lindsey Durlacher, a Greco-Roman wrestling world bronze medalist who won a state title for Buffalo Grove High School and was a two-time All-American at the University of Illinois, died Saturday at age 36 at his home in Denver, Colo. USA Wrestling,...
  • Metra 'Quiet Car' program begins quietly

    Metra 'Quiet Car' program begins quietly
    Metra launched its "Quiet Car" operation today, introducing a program that it hopes will make for a less noisy commute for some riders. And the reaction appeared to be quiet, at least based on what some commuters said during Monday morning's rush hour....
  • Suburban pizzeria owners busted in alleged drug trafficking ring

    Suburban pizzeria owners busted in alleged drug trafficking ring
    The owners of a Buffalo Grove pizzeria are among six people charged with participating in a narcotics trafficking operation. “Two of the individuals charged in this investigation with drug conspiracy attempted to legitimize themselves as business...
  • Prosecutors: Buffalo Grove pizzeria cover for drug operation

    Prosecutors: Buffalo Grove pizzeria cover for drug operation
    An Arlington Heights couple who owns a pizzeria allegedly used the business to cover up their role in a drug trafficking operation to bring heroin from  Mexico to the Chicago area, officials said today. Maria Garza, 37, and Carmelo Rios, 35, along with...
  • Stuttering Linked to Genetic Mutation

    Stuttering Linked to Genetic Mutation
    Alena Kamin will never forget when her son, Jeremy, started stuttering. It was about five years ago, when he was 7. "It's heartbreaking because you can't hide it," she said, "and first impressions can put people off." The Buffalo Grove, Ill., resident...
  • Defenders of the crown: Tigers in a rout

    Defenders  of the crown: Tigers in a rout
    After a season filled with erratic performances, Wheaton Warrenville South reached back and delivered its very best Saturday to claim its second straight boys volleyball championship. The Tigers scored a 25-15, 25-20 sweep of Buffalo Grove and so...
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  • Seminole schools spend a bundle on education consultants

     
    You are in the wrong business. Educational consulting is where the money is at. Just ask Nora Lucky. The Seminole School Board tonight is expected to discretely spend $261,528 to hire four consulting firms to teach teachers how to teach. The consu...
  • Meet Your 'Survivor: Gabon' Castaways

    Who is more prepared for "Survivor" glory, an Olympic champion or a video game champion? That's one of the mysteries that will be answered this season on "Survivor: Gabon -- Earth's Last Eden." CBS announced the cast for the 17th "Survivor"...
  • Diesel doesn't add up at today's prices

    Q: Wake up. You said diesels are smelly and noisy but they aren't smelly or noisy anymore. And do the math. If Car A buys gas at $3.65 a gallon and gets 26 m.p.g., it would cost $56.15 to go 400 miles. But if Car B buys diesel at $4.29 a gallon and...
  • No rushing the Chevy Volt

    Q: Any news on General Motors battery-powered Chevy Volt? It seems that with gas at more than $4 a gallon, GM would be rushing this technology along. The car sounds promising. —R.A., North Riverside A: GM spokesman Dave Darvitz says the...