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  Democrat Janet Kilkelly, president of the Waukegan Park District board, has announced she'll run for Lake County clerk in 2014. Kilkelly is the first candidate to step forward for the Democratic Party primary, which is in March. Carla N. Wyckoff is...

Democrat Kilkelly running for Lake County clerk

Updated: 11/4/2013 12:54 PM

  Elementary principals at the seven schools in Naperville Unit District 203 that did not begin all-day kindergarten this year applauded Monday as the school board approved expansion of the program to their buildings next year. "I'm very excited. I...

All-day kindergarten approved for all Dist. 203 schools next year

Updated: 11/4/2013 09:56 PM

  When Alec Catherwood left for boot camp just four days after graduating high school in 2010, his father knew he would never see his son again. "I knew he wasn't coming home," said Kirk Catherwood, a veteran himself who graduated from Arlington High...

Arlington Heights students hear moving story from veteran

Updated: 11/4/2013 08:00 PM

  A DuPage County jail inmate has been charged with stalking the judge who locked him up for driving on a revoked license. Prosecutors said John Euwema, 57, mailed a book, letter and cash to Judge Kathryn Creswell's husband and contacted him by email.

Jail inmate charged with stalking DuPage judge, sending her money

Updated: 11/4/2013 06:35 PM

  Military veterans who are homeless or fear losing their homes have a new, centralized office to seek assistance in Lake County. A walk-in center for homeless veterans opened Monday at the Capt. James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center in North...

Homeless veterans get help at Lovell's new center

Updated: 11/4/2013 04:12 PM

  The name Spinal Cord Injury Sucks raises eyebrows, but Ginni Kent of Glen Ellyn will be wearing it proudly across her chest as she completes her first half marathon Sunday in Naperville, raising money for the charity her son founded after suffering...

Naperville charity runners to raise funds to battle spinal cord injuries

Updated: 11/4/2013 07:34 PM

  Nicknamed "Fat Leonard," the gregarious Malaysian businessman is well known by U.S. Navy commanders in the Pacific, where his company has serviced warships for 25 years. But prosecutors in court papers say Leonard Francis worked his connections to...

Feds: Navy secrets bought with hookers, Gaga tix

Updated: 11/4/2013 08:23 AM

  What you may have missed this weekend: Wanted Antioch man captured in North Dakota; Des Plaines gets medals 70 years late; South Elgin's Hansen dies; suburban LAX shooting victim many need second surgery; hundreds celebrate Mundelein's pumpkin drop;...

Weekend in Review: South Elgin leader dies; Puppy sale causes stir

Updated: 11/4/2013 04:49 PM

  Even before Nov. 10 became the day Steve Dobes of Naperville will run his first marathon, it was a date of significance in his family. Dobes' father, Charlie, passed away that day in 2009, followed seven days later by Dobes' youngest brother, Jim.

Naperville man runs first marathon to honor his brother

Updated: 11/4/2013 09:26 AM

  It is, above all else, a test. A self-imposed test to be sure, but make no mistake: When you decide to run a marathon, all 26 miles and 385 yards of it, you decide to push both your mind and body to limits most of us will never experience and likely...

First-timers dot 1,400-runner field for inaugural Naperville Marathon

Updated: 11/3/2013 10:34 AM

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