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Company TownJoey Travolta's Inclusion Films opens doors for special needs students in Hollywood....
PolitiCalGeorge Soros gives $500,000 to effort to narrow California Three Strikes initiative. George Soros, a prominent supporter of liberal causes, donates $500,000 to initiative to narrow Three Strikes law....
Pop & HissAlbum Review: Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks' 'Mirror Traffic' written by Margaret Wappler...
Steve Meltzer, a gently enthusiastic puppeteer who ran a one-man theater and museum operation, the Santa Monica Puppetry Center, for more than a decade, has died. He was 56. Two hours after he performed his final show and permanently closed his...
Army Sgt. Michael Kyle Clark put his young son and family above everything but service to his country. Clark, 24, probably could have avoided his second tour in Iraq. Just after Thanksgiving in 2006, shortly after coming home from his first deployment,...
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The Palatine Park District plans to clean up the area near Northwest Highway south of Dundee Road and convert it into open space later this summer. For more than five years, the property and facilities of the former Camelot School, 1502 W. Northwest...
Property taxes are the number one headache for a small business in Tinley Park, says Creative Cakes Co-Owner Beth Fahey. "It's what everybody complains about," Fahey said during a Main Street Commission meeting last week. "Businesses that don't have...
Oak Park Avenue was a typical main street in a small town when Mayor Ed Zabrocki and his family moved to Tinley Park in 1970. The businesses "were 'mom & pop' kind of things," Zabrocki said, recalling three dress shops, two hardware stores and a "dime"...
The Batavia Park District recently hired from within when it named Allison Niemela executive director. Niemela, who was director of marketing and public relations before stepping in as interim executive director in January, has been with the district...
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WDBJ7 Anchor/ReporterExcitement is building as our region prepares for a Presidential visit on Friday. Tickets for the Roanoke event were handed out Friday. No matter your political affiliation, this is a historic event. It's been decades since a sitting president has made...
Crime and Punishment: Former Governor John Rowland being paid as a 'consultant' for physical rehabilitation companyJohn Rowland is not a physical therapist. Yet the disgraced former governor is paid as a "consultant" by Apple Rehab, a physical rehabilitation company that happens to be owned by the husband of Lisa Wilson-Foley, the businesswoman who happens to be...
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