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The David Lawrence Center Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Scott Burgess to Chief Executive Officer.
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Amdur Productions, a nationally acclaimed art festival production company, proudly announces its annual call to artist for its 2014 festival season.
Police say a suburban ambulance driver was three times over the legal limit for alcohol when he ran a red light, his emergency lights and sirens on, and crashed into a pickup truck in the Sheridan Park neighborhood on the North Side.
Developers of a proposed apartment building in Palatine for people with disabilities have filed a lawsuit asking a judge to review the facts of the case after village officials denied a rezoning request that would have allowed the project to go forward.
DES PLAINES – Des Plaines officials are preparing for as many as 100,000 worshippers who are expected to visit a 12-foot-tall replica of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
An Arlington Heights man, who admitted stealing $8,000 from a man he met through an online ad earlier this year, was sentenced to four years in prison Tuesday.
Two roses placed among dozens of candles last December during the Celebration of the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Des Plaines.
Maria Neri, 37, of Niles, volunteers in the Childbirth Education Department at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital, contributing more than 300 hours in two years.
A suburban Chicago teenager with cystic fibrosis who read book after book during the grueling hours that she spent having her lungs cleared every day has made her wish come true by becoming a published author.
A nonprofit group has donated $10,000 to the village of Buffalo Grove to honor its late police and fire commissioner.
Prospect Heights police received assistance from Arlington Heights and Mount Prospect officers Saturday evening in taming an estimated 1,000-car road rally in tribute to the late "Fast & Furious" actor Paul Walker.
Wearing shorts and a lightweight Santa jacket barely covering his tank top, the 32-year-old Arlington Heights man was the first runner to cross the finish line Saturday in sixth annual Rotary Santa Run.
A suburban Chicago investment consultant already convicted earlier this year of bilking clients out of more than $4 million has now pleaded guilty to forgery The Daily Herald reports that Steven W. Salutric of Hanover Park was sentenced to five years in prison in exchange for the plea he entered in Cook County Circuit Court in Rolling Meadows.