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Lyndsay Hartman has started a needle exchange program out of her car and Batavia apartment.
Batavia woman provides clean needles, naloxone to drug addicts
A Batavia woman has started a needle exchange and free naloxone program in the Western suburbs. And she's ready for the scrutiny.
Elizabeth Gorman
New tollway chief gets $29,000 more than previous CEO
Bill Hybels, retired founder of Willow Creek Community Church, based in South Barrington.
Willow Creek elders to examine new claims against Hybels
Sears Holdings Corp. Chief Executive Officer Edward Lampert
Sears soars as Lampert floats buying Kenmore, real estate
John Olerud had surgery to remove an aneurysm at the base of his brain on Feb. 27, 1989 when he was 20 years old. Six weeks later, he was playing with his college baseball again, and he made his MLB debut about six months later on Sept. 3, 1989 with Toronto. He went on to have a 17-year career in the majors.
Rozner: Olerud tale gives hope for Farquhar family
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