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Journal Star, Peoria, Ill.At least one case of double duty in the city's Public Works Department is ending. Another is beginning, at least for now. Scott Reeise was revealed Friday as the new city engineer, effective next month. It's a promotion. For the past nine years, the 32-...
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Tribune reporterMartin Oleskiewicz and his sister Maureen were eating hot dogs at Wrigley Field as they watched the Cubs warm up before Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Reds when Maureen suddenly slumped and fell between the rows in the right field bleachers....
Journal Star, Peoria, Ill.PEORIA The statements start out as simple as a single snowflake. "If blue is your favorite color, cross the line," Lyndsay Szerletich says Friday as scads of students head for the yellow line in Sterling Middle School's gym. "Turn around, look at...
For the first time in 20 years the Missouri Valley Conference is adding an institution, as the MVC President’s Council unanimously voted to extend a membership invitation to Loyola University Chicago, and the Ramblers will begin full participation...
If you can't get in — or can't afford — a top business school, is an MBA from a lesser-known school worth it? The answer depends largely on the student. Those gunning for the top of the organizational chart, and without the networking...
When I met Dick and Deanne Fink on Sept. 11, 2012, I was impressed with their devotion to one another each other. Deanne had been diagnosed with ALS — amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, better known as Lou Gehrig's disease — in April 2010. Despite...
There is no word for what Tiffany Jones has done over her last four summers. Literally, no word. Since 2009, Jones, a social worker at Goodwin Elementary School in Cicero, has spent five to eight weeks of her summer vacations in Ethiopia, helping care...
email@example.comPatrick Cooper was hoping for a promotion, but two was more than he could have asked for. Cooper was afraid he might start his third season of minor league baseball where he finished his second. Instead, he has made two quick moves up the ladder of...
WILMINGTON, Del. — Jerry Krause enters a hotel lobby loaded down by two suitcases, an Arizona Diamondbacks-issued laptop and that look defining any haggard business traveler. In three hours, he will sit through his second doubleheader in as many...
Huma Gruaz picked a precarious time in her personal life to enroll in a Master of Business Administration program. She had just moved to Chicago from the suburbs. She had to figure out how to navigate life after a divorce. And she had just started her...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt was education that brought Tuck Ng to the United States in the first place, then later to settle here with his wife, Marge, and young son, Michael. The seventh of eight children, Tuck was born and raised on the outskirts of Ipoh, Malaysia, a city...
Tuck Wai Ng, 88, of Halfway, Md., passed away Saturday, March 17, 2012, at Williamsport Nursing Home, Williamsport, MD. Born, Nov. 19, 1923, in Ipoh, Malaysia, to the late Ng Jee Wong and Peh Yong. He was employed as an industrial arts teacher with...
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