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  Letter to the editor: Cory Fosco lives on the west side of Elk Grove Village and he is unhappy that after May 1 his family won't have the same privileges at the Elk Grove Library he is used to, because the Schaumburg Library is ending a reciprocal...

Wants to continue using EGV library

Updated: 1/23/2012 05:19 AM

  Columnist Esther J. Cepeda: Latinos are diverse and complex, and we must accept this of our own community before we can expect others to do the same.

A Latino identity crisis

Updated: 1/23/2012 05:19 AM

  Columnist Michael Gerson: Liberals often fail to recognize that income redistribution, while preventing penury, is not identical to social equality.

Better living through wonkery

Updated: 1/23/2012 05:19 AM

  As Congress considers legislation to reform the business model of the Postal Service, it must confront a basic choice: to permit the Postal Service to function more as a business does, or constrain it from doing so.

Loosen rules and post office will thrive

Updated: 1/23/2012 05:19 AM

  Remember when true artists worked purely for their art, with financial reward coming much later, occasionally long after they died?

SOPA stems from artists' greed

Updated: 1/23/2012 05:19 AM

  While the pension reforms passed in 2010 addressed only new employees, the core problems with these systems for current employees remain and must be addressed in a way that make pensions and their funding predictable, sustainable and fair.

Preserve solvency of pension funds

Updated: 1/23/2012 05:19 AM

  Q. Please let me know if you are interested in our treasures. We think the cookie jar is Aunt Jemima. There is a big "B" on the base underneath.

Mammy cookie jar likely a reproduction

Updated: 1/23/2012 05:34 AM

  Q. An old friend and I have really changed over the past couple of years. I converted, she became a little more wild. Now, the only thing we have in common is that we are both female, and that we have been friends nearly our whole lives.

Friends with diverging lifestyles can still be friends

Updated: 1/23/2012 05:32 AM

  One new analysis of recent eye studies among children and teens found that time spent outdoors is related to a reduced risk for nearsightedness. British researchers speaking at the journal Ophthalmology’s meeting in Orlando, Fla., last fall...

More reasons to get kids playing outside

Updated: 1/20/2012 04:16 PM

  A lot of people suffer from periodic sinus infections (sinusitis). I’m one of them. The symptoms are aggravating: headache, pain or pressure in the face and head where the sinuses are, and thick mucus clogging the nose. The good news is there...

Sinusitis? Nasal irrigation might be the cure

Updated: 1/20/2012 04:15 PM

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