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Metra is raising its fares, and many people are upset. The Orange Line is a great alternative for getting downtown. There’s no three-hour span […]
The Sun-Times reported on the candidacy of attorney Robert Kuzas, who is running to be elected from Cook County’s majority black seventh subcircuit. Mr. Kuzas is […]
The Aurora Public Library’s Bookmobile staff threw a party at Hesed House on Sept. 3, complete with a magician, balloon animals, story time and pizza. […]
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said he and the league’s owners spent about five hours at Wednesday’s fall meetings talking about domestic violence and that his […]
35. Disabato: Tom Cappel out, then just as quickly might be back in, as boys hoops coach at Crete-Monee ... but will he return?
I’ve been made aware of some coaching firings and hirings through my career, but what happened at Crete-Monee the past three days is without equal. […]
Religion unplugged. That seems to be the philosophy by which Bethany Lutheran Church and School has operated in Naperville for the past 125 years. […]
The clout-heavy United Neighborhood Organization — facing federal scrutiny and a power struggle that threatens its funding — has brought in Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s former […]
Now that all the politicians agreed to sell marijuana everywhere, I wonder what is next. Legalized prostitution? Legalize many other things that are against the […]
More than 250 students turned out Sept. 27 for the Big Ball Soccer Tourney at Players Indoor Sports Center in Naperville to help raise funds […]
Rep. Mike Quigley, D-Ill., a hockey fanatic, is stepping up his drive to raise money to help elect Democratic House members with Democratic National Committee […]