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States and many U.S. territories have tourism offices to help visitors. When requesting travel literature, be as specific as possible. Alabama: Alabama Tourism Department, 401 Adams Ave., Suite 126, P.O. Box 4927, Montgomery, AL 36103; (800) 252-2262 or...
Tribune reportersA pediatrician with a history of sexual assault complaints was charged Friday with groping five women during visits to his clinic in south suburban Frankfort. Dr. Kishor Jain was charged with 10 felony counts of criminal sexual abuse and five misdemeanor...
Tags: Trials, Sex Crimes, Hospitals and Clinics, Laws, Prosecution
Special to the TribuneWill County officials are turning to the Walsh family for a new regional superintendent of schools. Members of the Will County Board’s executive committee Thursday gave the nod to Shawn Walsh, assistant regional superintendent and the son of...
A Frankfort pediatrician who was acquitted of charges he groped a female patient a decade ago faces a lawsuit from another woman who claims he grabbed her breasts during a 2011 visit to his clinic. Dr. Kishor Jain is accused of groping a 29-year-old...
Tribune reporterA Chicago Ridge man who has been held on child pornography charged in Will County since May was charged with the same crime in Cook County last week following a separate investigation by the Orland Park Police Internet Crimes Unit, officials said. ...
Sarah A. Kalkofen went to her heavenly home on Jan. 14, 2013, surrounded by her loving children. Sarah was born Nov. 15, 1910, the seventh of eight children born to George Carter Dickinson and Maude Moore Dickinson, in Blairstown, Iowa. She married E....
Rene Frick, 90, died Monday, Dec. 16, in Indianapolis, where she had been living with her family. Rene was a musician, writer, Kentucky Colonel, and friend to hundreds of people who will miss her dearly. She and her husband, the Rev. Jack Frick,...
Tags: Jim White, Nursing, Medical Specialization
No musical news story in 2012 drew greater media attention, inside and outside Chicago, than the strike that silenced the Chicago Symphony Orchestra for 48 hours in late September. The cliffhanger was resolved just in time for the CSO to fulfill a...
Don't look now, but Chicago music is about to experience an Austrian invasion. In June, six months after Chicago Opera Theater announced the appointment of the Viennese-born Andreas Mitisek as its new general director, the Illinois Philharmonic...
Special to the TribuneA 47-year-old Chicago man involved in a one-hour standoff with Oak Lawn police Wednesday afternoon after he barricaded himself in the basement stairwell of a home with a loaded handgun was charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm, Oak Lawn...
Tags: Bridgeview, Punishment, Firearms, Theft, Radio
A Frankfort Square man was sentenced to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty today to trying to solicit fathers to share their daughters for sex on Craigslist, officials said. Brandon J. Bergthold of the 7700 block of West North Avenue pleaded guilty...
Tags: Trials, Punishment, Frankfort Square, Craigslist, Inc., Prisons
Special to the TribuneA two-car collision near south suburban Crete killed a passenger and sent both drivers to the hospital, authorities said. Joyce Di Rutigliano, 80, of the 20700 block of Hunt Club Drive in Frankfort, was declared dead at 5:07 p.m. at St. James Hospital in...
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