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  • Wilmette police reports: Computers stolen, classrooms defaced

    Wilmette police reports: Computers stolen, classrooms defaced
    The following items were taken from police reports: A suitcase with clothing was stolen from near the front door of a residence in the 1500 block of Central on May 28. An elderly man in the 300 block of Ridge agreed May 29 to allow police to have a...
  • Chicagoland native Michael Novak soars with the Paul Taylor Dance Company

    Chicagoland native Michael Novak soars with the Paul Taylor Dance Company
    For Michael Novak, the performing arts have come full circle. As a kid growing up in Rolling Meadows, Ill., he was bitten by the stage bug when he attended his first theatrical performance: "The Phantom of the Opera" at The Auditorium Theatre in Chicago....
  • Man pleads guilty to Mt. Prospect murder

    Man pleads guilty to Mt. Prospect murder
    A Chicago man with a long history of arrests admitted in court today that he robbed and killed a Mount Prospect resident four years ago, fleeing the man’s home with $10. Marko Guardiola, 40, pleaded guilty to a first-degree murder before Judge...
  • Girls hoops | Deja vu greets Rolling Meadows in Normal reprise

    Girls hoops | Deja vu greets Rolling Meadows in Normal reprise
    Rolling Meadows participated in the final girls basketball game in Illinois for the second year in a row. And for the second year in a row, the Mustangs came up one victory short of the Class 4A state championship. But their 60-44 loss to Young did...
  • Local Voices North: April 3

    Local Voices North: April 3
    Letters to the editor from Arlington Heights, Wilmette, Rolling Meadows and Morton Grove. Mark Kirk's backing U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk, R-Ill., took an oath of office to serve the citizens of Illinois. He did not take an oath to serve as a lap dog for...
  • $500,000 bail for suspect in 1997 murder of girl, 14

    $500,000 bail for suspect in 1997 murder of girl, 14
    The Palatine man charged with killing 14-year-old runaway Amber Creek in 1997 sat impassively, head bowed and hands behind his back, as a prosecutor described the brutal nature of her death in a Racine County courtroom Wednesday. James P. Eaton, 36,...
  • Suburban teachers' aide charged with child porn

    Suburban teachers' aide charged with child porn
    A Hoffman Estates teacher's aide was charged with child pornography after he tried to meet young girls online, prosecutors said today. Randall Scott Gilbert, 34, who works at a school for special needs children, was charged with possession of child...
  • 2014 Golf Schedules And Charity Tournaments

      CENTRAL CONNECTICUT GOLF ASSOCIATION   May 12                         Blackledge Country Club   May 19                         Simsbury Farms Country Club   June 2                           Hawk’s Landing Golf Course   June 30   ...
  • State House candidate running under nickname

    State House candidate running under nickname
    A Rolling Meadows business woman is running for state office using an alias, a colorful issue that Illinois voters have seen before. Laddi K. Singh, who said her legal name is Nimrata Kainth, is running to represent the 54th District of the Illinois...
  • Suspect in killing runaway Amber Creek pleads not guilty

    Suspect in killing runaway Amber Creek pleads not guilty
    The Palatine man charged with killing 14-year-old runaway Amber Creek in 1997 pleaded not guilty to intentional homicide in a Wisconsin courtroom this morning, according to online court records. James Eaton, 36, could face a mandatory life sentence if...
  • State offers more than $20M to keep Gallagher in Illinois

    State offers more than $20M to keep Gallagher in Illinois
    Illinois has pledged more than $20 million in incentives to an insurance brokerage firm that was considering moving its headquarters out of the state, according to the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.   In exchange for the incentives,...