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  Be careful not to plant cold-sensitive plants too early. Tropical plants, warm-season annuals such as impatiens and coleus and cold-sensitive vegetables such tomatoes and peppers can be damaged or killed by temperatures that fall to freezing or even...

Wait to plant cold-sensitive annuals

Updated: 5/14/2014 07:31 PM

  Growing plants from seeds can be easy, economical and very rewarding. There is something quite magical about plunging a tiny seed into the soil and watching tiny leaves push their way into the sunlight, nurturing the seedling as it grows into a...

Plant tiny seeds, grow beautiful flowers

Updated: 5/6/2014 06:19 AM

  Kukec's eBuzz column features Highland Park-based Artizone, which offers consumers a growing assortment of gourmet foods and a new service to deliver it within hours.

Highland Park’s Artizone aims to lure more online shoppers

Updated: 5/8/2014 05:08 PM

  A Senior Spelling Bee will be held Tuesday, May 13, at the Warren-Newport Public Library in Gurnee. It will feature approximately 25 adults 50 and up.

Senior Spelling Bee May 13

Updated: 5/9/2014 02:43 PM

  Several prominent lawyers and jurists are asking Cook County State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez to drop perjury charges against a witness who claims he lied when he helped secure convictions at a murder trial 20 years ago. In a letter to Alvarez,...

Letter: Drop perjury charge against witness

Updated: 5/5/2014 07:11 PM

  Illinois Senate President John Cullerton said Monday that he’s confident his chamber could find the votes to extend the state’s income tax increase but fears other proposals may face a tougher road this spring.

Cullerton says there’s a ‘good chance’ tax plan will pass

Updated: 5/5/2014 04:38 PM

  Lincolnshire-Prairie View School District 103 officials are considering expanding a test program that puts laptop or tablet computers into more students’ hands. District 103 launched its pilot program this school year for about 225 students...

District 103 officials considering iPads for more students

Updated: 5/5/2014 04:06 PM

  Investigators suspect that a snapped clip sent eight aerial acrobats plummeting 20 feet or more during a daring act in which performers dangle from their hair. One injured performer told her father she didn’t notice anything amiss before her...

Carabiner eyed in circus accident; 2 critical

Updated: 5/5/2014 08:29 PM

  Health officials said Monday they expect the first patient in the United States diagnosed with a mysterious virus from the Middle East to be released soon from an Indiana hospital, though he could continue to be isolated at home. The man has been...

First American MERS patient may leave hospital soon

Updated: 5/5/2014 07:58 PM

  As their engines rev and the heroes take off on their motorcycles, the children they are raising money for will be standing on route cheering them on this month. And seeing those faces, hearing those cheers, helps drive the hundreds upon hundreds of...

Little Angels residents benefit from annual Pledge Run

Updated: 5/5/2014 01:55 PM

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