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  • Schaumburg driver dies following wreck on I-294

    Schaumburg driver dies following wreck on I-294
    A Schaumburg motorist was killed early this morning during a wreck on I-294 tollway near Des Plaines. At 3:50 a.m. David Adams was southbound on I-294 near Golf Road when he lost control of the 1997 red Ford Mustang he was driving and swerved to the...
  • Man fatally shoots self in parking lot of Schaumburg sports bar

    Man fatally shoots self in parking lot of Schaumburg sports bar
    A man who had been threatening suicide fatally shot himself in the parking lot of a popular Schaumburg sports bar Sunday night as officers tried to persuade him to put his guns down, police said. Michael Cicci, 27, of Palatine, intentionally shot himself...
  • February 1: Midday Fix - Heart Health

    Loyola Health Fair For locations and information: www.LoyolaMedicineHealthFair.com Tips: Live a healthy lifestyle by watching your weight and getting 7-9 hours of sleep each night. Engage in regular aerobic, resistance and stretching exercise....
  • Man charged with murder in slaying of teacher at Naperville bar

    Man charged with murder in slaying of teacher at Naperville bar
    A teacher was stabbed to death at a nightclub in Naperville after a man inside was teased. Shaun Wild died after he was stabbed in the heart at "Frankie's Blue Room" early Saturday morning. Wild was a teacher at Spring Brook Elementary. Daniel Olaska...
  • Man held on $3 million in fatal stabbing at Naperville bar

    Man held on $3 million in fatal stabbing at Naperville bar
    The nightclub stabbing that killed a young Naperville teacher was reportedly touched off by a squabble authorities called so trivial – drinking beer from a wine glass – they could offer no reasonable explanation for the tragic events it...
  • Schaumburg man gets 40 years for robbing recycling center

    Schaumburg man gets 40 years for robbing recycling center
    A 39-year-old Schaumburg man was sentenced in Cook County Circuit Court to 40 years in prison for robbing a recycling center two years ago. Martino Jackson, of the 1000 block of Dickens Way, pled guilty in Rolling Meadows branch court to the armed...
  • Ron Santo Blood Drive--Lifesource, Chicagoland's Blood Center

    Ron Santo Blood Drive--Lifesource, Chicagoland's Blood Center
    JOIN LIFESOURCE, CHICAGOLAND'S BLOOD CENTER, ON AUGUST 10TH TO HONOR THE LEGENDARY RON SANTO AND HELP SAVE LIVES IN OUR COMMUNITY. ALL DONORS WILL RECEIVE A COPY OF THE BOOK, RON SANTO: A PERFECT TEN. GET OUT THERE AND DONATE BLOOD ON AUGUST 10TH AT...
  • Following a statewide court case to local stories

    Following a statewide court case to local stories
    When it comes to ridding our streets of impaired drivers, the Alliance Against Intoxicated Motorists always shows up. In my 15 years covering suburban crime and justice, I’ve seen AAIM do everything from help victims pay their mortgages to...
  • Former welfare director admits stealing almost $200K in tax money

    Former welfare director admits stealing almost $200K in tax money
    The former welfare director for Hanover Township pleaded guilty today to stealing almost $200,000 in tax money during her six-year tenure and was sentenced to six years in prison, prosecutors said. Aurea Picasso, 45, who has been incarcerated since an...
  • HEARING HEALTH FAIR--Free Event Features Two Guest Speakers and 19 Exhibitors

    HEARING HEALTH FAIR--Free Event Features Two Guest Speakers and 19 Exhibitors
    Do you have a hearing loss? If so, come and learn about your ears and how you hear at the free Hearing Health Fair on Friday, August 26th, 2011 from 9:30 a.m. to noon at the Schaumburg Township Hall. The Schaumburg Township Hall is located at One Illinois...
  • PASSINGS

    John F. Mitchell Motorola cellphone pioneer John F. Mitchell, 81, who helped engineer the technology that paved the way for the world's first cellular phone during a 45-year career at Motorola, where he was president from 1980 to 1995, died of cancer...