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  • Paperwork error kept new vehicle off the road

    Spring has arrived, and with it great weather for Ron Bolza to ride his brand new motor scooter. But Bolza has lost enthusiasm for the never-used scooter after spending much of the past year trying to get a title for it. Bolza said PennDOT rejected...
  • Edgy Tim on football | An inspirational friend, indeed

    Stunned and saddened was my reaction last week when I heard former Brother Rice and Illinois Wesleyan football player Andrew Weishar had died of colorectal cancer at age 21. It brought back the feeling from this spring, when Joliet Catholic defensive...
  • Illinois refinery shutdown, closings account for higher prices at Hoosier pumps

    Illinois refinery shutdown, closings account for higher prices at Hoosier pumps
    Hoosiers filling up at the pump this week are feeling the squeeze on their wallets and Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller is working to ensure they aren’t being illegally gouged. According to AAA on Thursday, Indiana has the 7th highest gas...
  • Today's top shows: Glen Campbell, Kathleen Edwards

    Today's top shows: Glen Campbell, Kathleen Edwards
    Kathleen Edwards: The Canadian singer-songwriter is showcasing her first album in four years, “Voyageur” (Zoe Records), coproduced by Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon. It traces the arch of a disintegrating love affair with a mix of melancholy...
  • Hipsters, librarians check each other out

    Hipsters, librarians check each other out
    Mallory Caise, who is 28, hip, wide-eyed and unfailingly polite, pushed her way through the thicket of librarians. She wore a black polka-dot dress and clutched a pile of folders to her chest. She moved slowly, knocking into people, apologizing every...
  • Quick look at boys holiday tourneys

    Quick look at boys holiday tourneys
    Proviso West gave us a holiday tournament appetizer Saturday thanks to its expansion to 32 teams. The games weren't good, but the teams that weren't quite ready for that caliber of competition have been weeded out. The best week of the season begins...
  • Helfgot's football blog | Player rankings overrated? Let's have a look

    The Big Ten's inept showing in nonconference play got me wondering whether recruiting is the problem. Using Rivals.com's rankings, I looked back at the past five recruiting classes, including this year's group of seniors, to see whether Top 100 recruits...
  • Dozens attend hearing to protest proposed closure of Illinois Youth Center in Joliet

     
    State employees wearing “Save IYC Joliet” T-shirts and carrying signs packed a Joliet hearing Wednesday to protest the proposed closure of Illinois' only maximum-security prison …...
  • Victory for prosecutors: Court allows hearsay statements in Peterson case

     
    Will County prosecutors have scored a significant victory in their case against Drew Peterson, with an appellate court granting their request to use several hearsay …...
  • Sandburg’s Outdoor Learning Center ready for first phase

     
    For the next couple of years, whenever Carl Sandburg High School senior Ryan Bedell drives by the school, he is going to make a special …...
  • Four years later, first LWN freshman class produces 20 collegiate athletes

     
    The first group of athletes who had the opportunity to play all four years at Lincoln-Way North High School had 20 students sign letters-of-intent this …...