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TribLocal - Des Plaines » NewsRick Bohning dreams of a backyard with two beehives — the bees would produce enough honey for his family and neighbors and pollinate his vegetable …...
In Steven Casey's Englewood neighborhood, milk and eggs, bread and bologna are easy to find. "In the 'hood, you can get meat all day long," he said. "It may not be good meat, but it's there." What's more difficult to find, Casey said, are what his...
Tribune reporterThe public memorial for Chicago school board President Michael Scott gave a platform for prominent figures to share memories, but the event also allowed West Side residents to say goodbye to one of their own. Longtime resident Calvin Muhammad never met...
Tribune staff reporterThe men opened the hive and bees swirled up into the sky like sparks from a fire. Bees flew through the weedy yard and past the chain-link fence. They flew into the alley, where a woman braced herself against the hood of a police car. Bees flew toward...
Tags: Corporate Officers, Honey, Sex Crimes, Sexual Assault, Theft
Tribune staff reporterBrenda Palms Barber loved the bees and, she joked, the bees knew it. The chief executive officer of the North Lawndale Employment Network walked among the agency's hives without the netted hat and gloves that would protect her against stings, heedless of...
Tribune staff reporter"You can't do just as you like with bees. They be wonderful chancy things; you can't ever get to the bottom of they." Adrian Bell, The Cherry Tree Traffic rumbled along the Eisenhower Expressway, and the elevated train growled and thunked along the...
Tags: Periodicals, Honey, Theft, South Loop, Chicago Loop
Tribune staff reporterAs the weekly Overcomers Support Group meeting begins, parolees and recovering drug addicts clap in sync to a soul-stirring gospel jam. I got, got the victory/I got the sweet, sweet victory in Jesus. Within moments, Rev. James Coleman, the group's...
Tribune staff reporterEditor's note: This 2008 article is from the Tribune's archives. Larry Gelbart died Friday, September 11. He was 81. Larry Gelbart spent the first 15 years of his life on Chicago's mostly Jewish West Side, now the North Lawndale district. The family...
Tags: Television, Bob Hope, Jerry Lewis, Jack Benny, Jack Ruby
Staff reporterSweet Beginnings, LLC is a Chicago-based corporation wholly owned by North Lawndale Employment Network (NLEN). Its three interconnected missions: economic, social, and product collectively support the overall purpose, which is to be a catalyst for...
Tribune staff reportsGirls track and field SECTIONAL RESULTS Click here for statewide results. CLASS 3A SECTIONALS Click here for results from Fenwick. Teams: Morton, Clemente, De La Salle, Dunbar, Hyde Park, Kelly, Lane, Lincoln Park, Mather, Northside, Prosser,...
Tags: Morgan Park, Little Village, South Shore, Ridgewood, Kenwood
State finals At Redbird Arena, Illinois State University, Normal Fri., Nov. 9 Augusta Southeastern d. St. Joseph-Ogden 15-4, 15-6 Breese Mater Dei d. Huntley 15-5, 17-15 Quincy Notre Dame d. Byron 15-13, 15-9 Mt. Pulaski d. Benton 15-8, 15-6 Sat., Nov. 10...
The top five teams and the top five runners who are not members of those teams advance to sectionals. CLASS AA REGIONALS BREMEN REGIONAL At Meadows Forest Preserve, Midlothian (3 miles) Top five teams: 1, Brother Rice 33. 2, Marist 78. 3, Oak Lawn 83....
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