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  It's not the Heartbreak Hotel or the Ritz, and George Washington didn't sleep there.But The Riverside Hotel in Clarksdale is widely regarded as a history exhibit of blues music. And, oh yes. Muddy Waters did sleep there and Bessie Smith died...

‘Bluesman' hotel puts guests to rest

Updated: 10/7/2011 02:15 PM

  Wheaton Warrenville South's Classics show choir didn't just perform for "Glee" star Jane Lynch; they pulled her onstage as part of the group's performance on "Windy City Live." It's a moment junior Richie Roesner will never forget. "The entire thing...

Suburban show choir takes the stage with Jane Lynch

Updated: 10/9/2011 08:38 PM

  Harper College has a series of speakers this week, to mark National Domestic Violence Awareness Week. Local agencies that help victims of domestic violence will be on campus Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, plus the Clothesline Project will be...

Harper College marks Domestic Violence Awareness Week

Updated: 10/9/2011 06:18 PM

  Rescue Unit 4, one of the search-and-rescue units that responded to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, was featured at the Fox River & Countryside Fire/Rescue District's open house on Sunday. The truck is used as an educational tool by the Remembrance...

Fox fire department hosts 'traveling memorial' to 9/11 firefighters

Updated: 10/9/2011 06:03 PM

  To help accommodate the growing parish's diversity and needs, St. Joseph's in Wheeling constructed a $1.5 million multipurpose center. Cardinal Francis George led a liturgical blessing and attended a reception of about 200 people including Mayor...

Cardinal George blesses Wheeling parish center

Updated: 10/9/2011 05:59 PM

  Join the Mt. Prospect Downtown Merchants Association for a day of fall festivals on Oct. 15. From 1-4 p.m. there's the fall fest, with activities for the family. From 4-10:30 p.m. the fest takes a more adult turn, with music, German beer and food.

Mt. Prospect celebrates fall with day of fests

Updated: 10/9/2011 05:57 PM

  37,400 runners started the 2011 Chicago Marathon with Moses Mosop of Kenya taking first place and setting a new course record with a time of 2:05:37.

Images: 2011 Chicago Marathon

Updated: 10/9/2011 05:42 PM

  With the economy continuing to struggle, Northwest Suburban High School District 214 and Village Bank & Trust of Arlington Heights are partnering to help those who have been unemployed for an extended period rejuvenate their job search and handle...

District 214 co-hosting summit for unemployed professionals

Updated: 10/9/2011 04:05 PM

  As he finished off the fastest Chicago Marathon in history, Moses Mosop of Kenya raised his arms and pointed toward the cheering crowd. For a guy who wasn't in peak condition, he sure looked good. Mosop set a course record in winning the Chicago...

Mosop, Shobukhova win Chicago Marathon titles

Updated: 10/9/2011 03:11 PM

  Legendary newspaper columnist Jack Mabley wrote so passionately about the plight of the developmentally disabled, Gov. James R. Thompson named one of the state's glistening new facilities in Mabley's honor. Now, the Mabley Center has been targeted...

Mabley Center is ‘home' to disabled, but many want it to close

Updated: 10/9/2011 11:51 PM

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