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  South Elgin Resident Angelo DiLiberti was a young man listening to his favorite radio programs when news of the attack on Pearl Harbor hit the airwaves. Like many, he was called to serve in the Army. On Saturday, he will remember strength, not...

St. Charles honors South Elgin WWII vet inspired by Pearl Harbor attack

Updated: 12/5/2013 11:55 PM

  Rolling Meadows ushered in the holiday season Thursday night with a visit from Santa Claus and the lighting of the official city tree. The event also served as a fundraiser for the Rolling Meadows Community Events Foundation, which supports and...

A holly jolly time in Rolling Meadows

Updated: 12/5/2013 10:08 PM

  A Fox Lake man was sentenced to six years in prison Thursday for killing a close friend in a crash after an afternoon of drinking in October 2012. Anthony Cechini, 24, of the 0-100 block of Northlake Drive, was also sentenced to 364 days in prison...

Fox Lake man sentenced to 6 years for fatal crash

Updated: 12/5/2013 07:58 PM

  A Salvation Army bell-ringer is facing theft and identify theft charges after authorities said he pilfered more than $1,000 from his collection bucket in Naperville. "The very idea that someone would steal donations meant for the less fortunate is...

Salvation Army bell-ringer charged with theft

Updated: 12/5/2013 05:29 PM

  Representatives of Twin Groves Middle School in Buffalo Grove traveled to Washington, D.C. last month to accept its National Blue Ribbon award from the U.S. Department of Education. On Thursday, they shared the prestigious honor with the Twin Groves...

Twin Groves celebrates Blue Ribbon School award

Updated: 12/5/2013 05:09 PM

  The outlook for hiring is improving and the economy is growing at its fastest pace in more than a year, so what's the bad news for the stock market? Stocks fell Thursday after the government reported that the number of Americans applying for...

Stocks fall on Wall Street; Retailers slump

Updated: 12/5/2013 04:53 PM

  Lake Zurich police say a village resident has been charged with molesting a child. Jose Abel Blanco-Ruiz, 51, of the 0-100 block of Fern Road, remained in the Lake County jail Thursday on 10 percent of a $500,000 bond.

Lake Zurich man charged with molestation

Updated: 12/5/2013 08:00 PM

  Compliments and concerns about Prairie Crossing Charter School in Graysake have been presented to a state agency that'll decide if it should continue after the current academic year.

State receives feedback on Grayslake's Prairie Crossing Charter School

Updated: 12/5/2013 04:30 PM

  Gov. Pat Quinn has signed landmark legislation Thursday to reform Illinois' massively-underfunded pension system, though the new law is certain to face threatened lawsuits by labor unions. The overhaul, approved by the General Assembly this week...

Quinn signs pension overhaul into law

Updated: 12/5/2013 04:19 PM

  Illinois took a giant step toward fixing its biggest financial problem Thursday by putting a sweeping pension reform on the books, but legislators' inaction on tax incentives aimed at keeping companies and creating new jobs has triggered fresh...

Businesses concerned about inaction on incentives

Updated: 12/5/2013 07:16 PM

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