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GreenspaceFor weeks, Meg Whitman, California's Republican gubernatorial candidate, has said that if elected she would suspend the state's 2006 global warming law for a year. But in Tuesday's debate with Democratic candidate Jerry Brown, at Dominican University in...
Top of the TicketIn the race for governor, according to ABC7, Democratic candidate Jerry Brown leads by seven points. Their news poll conducted by SurveyUSA revealed that Brown holds 47% of voter support, while Meg Whitman has 40%. Five percent of voters still......
The following items were taken from police reports: La Grange •A group of people were reportedly drag racing in the parking garage at 80 S. 6th St. on May 20. Police sent them away. •Teens were reportedly causing a disturbance outside of...
The following items were taken from police reports: La Grange Noise disturbance A woman reported being woken up by sidewalk cleaning and street sweeping May 3 in the 70 block of East Harris Street. Theft A theft valued at more than $500 was...
For the first time, Dominican University students will enjoy the pomp and circumstance of their graduation day away from the River Forest campus, and all the families in the audience will be able to cheer from the same room. "For years we've just been...
David Seleb says he knew the Oak Park Public Library was nationally recognized and well-supported in the community before he was hired as the new executive director, starting May 1. But he still wants to talk to library staff and the community about how...
Tags: Libraries, River Forest, Wheeling, Arts and Culture
This weekend could be one for the record books, with an extraordinary confluence of major vocalists converging on our stages. Though they span a wide stylistic swath – from blues to jazz to classic pop and beyond – the level of singing...
Tags: Genres, Tony Awards, Howard Reich, Entertainment, Natalie Cole
Tribune reporterWhen Mary Ann McMorrow was a Cook County assistant state's attorney, a supervisor told her that a male colleague would argue the points in a legal brief that she prepared for the Illinois Supreme Court. Women just didn't go in front of such high-ranking...
Six individuals, including three incumbents, are running for four open school board seats in Maercker School District 60. The newcomers seeking to serve on the board include Hinsdale resident Art Andersen, Westmont resident Pradeep Tekkey and Darien...
A new year brings new hopes for music in Chicago. Here are key resolutions for 2013: Create a concise Cultural Plan. After months of town hall meetings, the city's Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events last fall came up with a 48-page wish...
NEW YORK — A slender, silver-haired gentleman steps onto a nearly bare stage, the instantaneous applause continuing long after he reaches the spare wooden table awaiting him. For a moment, amid the din, he studies the audience — young and...
On the fence about an advanced degree? Looking down the road at the stress, juggling and homework and not always being able to see where that road leads can be a deterrent. But, adults in a variety of fields who have returned to school to pursue their...
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