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Tribune reporterA Chicago man was being questioned after a female student reported he attacked her at Illinois State University, officials said. The incident triggered a series of alerts warning students of a man with a weapon. The incident caused officials to briefly...
Bolingbrook Trustee Sandra Swinkunas and longtime Bolingbrook resident and business owner Patricia Fiaccato will receive major awards next month from the Bolingbrook Area Chamber of Commerce. Swinkunas, who has lived in the village since 1983, will...
Tinley Park's 2013 mayoral race may hinge on whether voters view longevity in office as an asset or liability. Seeking his ninth term as mayor, Ed Zabrocki says his administration is moving the village in the right direction. As proof, he cites the...
The Petoskey News-Review recently welcomed three new reporters into its fold. Jamie Baumann has joined the staff as a part-time education reporter. Baumann, 60, graduated from Illinois State University with degrees in French and English and a minor in...
Six years ago, when University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign officials announced plans to enroll more undergraduates from outside the state, the public outcry was so intense that the plan was scrapped within a week. But despite the university's...
The year 2012 brought exhibitions that were ambitious, unpredictable and sometimes downright messy — but when it comes to art, these are all good things. What's more, all that disheveled enthusiasm wasn't solely confined to the alternative spaces...
The last time filmmaker Jason Reitman came through town we got into a conversation about unlikable characters. He knows something about unlikable characters: "My first movie was about the head lobbyist for Big Tobacco ('Thank You for Smoking'), my...
Amy Lynne Shelton has a closet full of toys at the Johns Hopkins University cognitive psychology lab: Wooden human figures with movable joints, Lego and model train buildings, toy cameras and wooden triangular blocks — some with eyes, some without....
A 20-year-old woman supposedly headed to Illinois State University from her Kane County home was last seen at Millennium Park in Chicago but now is reported missing. Tanner Conroyd left her house on Route 31 in unincorporated Kane County near St. Charles...
Not everybody is watching football games on Sunday afternoon. Thank goodness that's the case for the classical music series Sundays at Three, which, true to its name, stands a sporting chance of attracting a nonsporting audience for its season-opening...
When the great English poet Philip Larkin worked at the University of Hull, he liked to say that the need to change trains in Doncaster meant most journalists, academics and other London irritants didn't bother to harass him. The American writer David...
The secret to Dutes Miller and Stan Shellabarger's home is hidden in plain sight. Maybe it's tucked between the layers of blankets the artists have stacked in the closet. Or the restaurant's-worth of dishware filling the cupboards. Perhaps it's writ large...
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