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The owner of Jimmy Johns may be looking to move the company's headquarters to Indiana. According to Crain’s Chicago Business, the owner of the sandwich chain said he plans to move the company out of Illinois. While he may not be freaky fast like...
Tribune reporterTwo people were wounded this afternoon in a shooting on the West Side in the city's Austin neighborhood. Shortly before 4 p.m., two people were shot near the intersection of Chicago and Central avenues, said Police News Affairs Officer Veejay Zala....
The good news: All events at the 14th annual World Music Festival will be free. The bad: The event is smaller than last year's, with 49 shows, compared to last year's 63. "Obviously, in a transition year, you're not working under ideal circumstances,"...
HERBERT RAYMOND ELDRIDGE Herbert Raymond Eldridge, 76, of Winchester, passed away Wednesday at the Windsor Care Center in Mount Sterling. A native of Harlan, he was born Nov. 1, 1936, to the late Lee Roy Eldridge and Luanna Thomas Koedel. He was a...
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This list is not all-inclusive American Contemporary Abigail's American Bistro 493 Roger Williams Ave., Highland Park, 847-849-1009 Abigail's surrounds diners with a sophisticated setting of soothing earth tones with splashes of color and a menu of...
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Hallelujah, on Wednesday morning I awoke to a cool and refreshing beginning to the day. At last the oppressive heat wave we had been experiencing had broken. I know that our hot days are only at bay for a little while, but what a delight it was to...
WGN NewsWest Nile cases in the United States are 40 percent up from last week. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports there are 1,590 confirmed cases nationally. There have been 66 deaths so far this year. More than 70 percent of the cases were...
Tribune reporterA Chicago man is suing the city and six Chicago police officers because he says he was shot twice “without cause” while he was unarmed in the South Austin neighborhood last August. Richard Keeler filed the lawsuit in the Cook County Circuit...
Tags: Litigation, Crime, Law and Justice, Laws, Trials, Shootings
Clout StreetPolice soon will be required to notify crime victims of their rights within 48 hours under a measure Gov. Pat Quinn signed into law Monday. Surrounded by children attending a day camp at St. John Bible Church in the Austin neighborhood, a center of gang-...
Over 175 of 255 junior members attending the 2012 AIJCA Junior National in Grand Island, Neb. participated in contests throughout the week of June 17-23. Our newly introduced Team Sales contest had 19 teams competing for division honors. Participants...
Arline Kaye Howdon, who was chief cytologist at Johns Hopkins Hospital and was known nationally and internationally for her work in the field of cytopathology and education, died July 20 of lung cancer at her Harper House condominium in Cross Keys. She...
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