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Chicago Tribune › 6 minutes ago
OPRF High School teacher develops new Holocaust Studies course, which focuses on the personal stories of those who lived it
Chicago Tribune › 18 minutes ago
Maritza Martinez has her own baking business and recently exhibited at Elmwood Park's holiday bazaar.
Chicago Tribune › Sports › 1 hour ago
OPRF, Lyons, York and Hinsdale Central are ready to begin a new girls basketball season.
Chicago Tribune › Sports › 1 hour ago
Hinsdale South and Leyden are ready for another girls basketball season.
Chicago Tribune › 3 hours ago
Naperville District 203 says it swiftly took action against Naperville Central High School students who recently posted a photo of a black student on Craigslist under the title “Slave for sale (Naperville).”
Chicago Tribune › 4 hours ago
A former first-grade teacher at an Aurora elementary school was sentenced to 18 months of supervision last week for failing to report child sexual abuse.
Chicago Tribune › 4 hours ago
Zion-Benton Township High School is looking into what it would cost to build a new pool house after bids for renovating the existing pool came in higher than expected, a district official said.
Chicago Tribune › 5 hours ago
The cost of a specially-designed terrazzo floor in the Franklin Park Community Center has far exceed its original estimate, but a parks official said it's difficult to put a price on such a public work of art.
Chicago Tribune › 5 hours ago
Final piece of once-vibrant Matteson mall is being demolished
Chicago Tribune › 5 hours ago
The Bach and Beethoven Experience will be performed Dec. 15 at Early Music Series in Grayslake.
Chicago Tribune › 5 hours ago
The Thresholds Mental Health Awareness Special Event will be 7 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday at St. Damian Shaw Hall, 5250 W. 155th Street, Oak Forest.
Chicago Tribune › 5 hours ago
The latest police incidents and arrests in Glencoe.
Chicago Tribune › 5 hours ago
Indiana Conservation Officers said he attempted to place his .44 caliber revolver in a holster when the firearm discharged into his right leg.
Chicago Tribune › 5 hours ago
Clarendon Hills police charged a Downers Grove teen with speeding and found to be driving without a valid license in an uninsured vehicle.
Chicago Tribune › 5 hours ago
What began as a gesture marking the birth of a La Grange baby 26 years ago is providing a holiday tree for the village. The Hill family is donating its 30-foot tall blue spruce to serve as this year’s holiday tree.
Chicago Tribune › 5 hours ago
An apartment fire in downtown Aurora caused $35,000 worth of damage early Sunday morning.
Chicago Tribune › Sports › 6 hours ago
Developing those other areas was Nick Anderson’s top offseason focus, and he feels he help the Indians improve upon a first-round playoff exit.
Chicago Tribune › 6 hours ago
With no snow in the immediate forecast, the third and final round of Naperville’s curbside leaf pickup program is expected to be completed on schedule.
Chicago Tribune › 6 hours ago
U.S. Rep. Robin Kelly D-Matteson, chairwoman of the Congressional Black Caucus Health Braintrust, said one million people in Illinois, including more than 100,000 people in her district alone, could lose their health insurance if the law is struck down...
Chicago Tribune › Entertainment › 6 hours ago
Naperville native James Holzhauer, Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter will compete in a series of "Jeopardy!" matches hosted by Alex Trebek.
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