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  As much time as Geneva spent A) in the lead, and B) at the foul line during Wednesday night’s Class 4A Plainfield East regional semifinal, it sure helps to be as good at making free throws as the Vikings are.

Geneva fends off Plainfield East’s comeback

Updated: 3/5/2014 11:00 PM

  Wheaton Academy’s only lead against Burlington Central was at 45-44. Fortunately for the Warriors, that was the final score. Christian Smith made a floater with 17 seconds left and Gordon Behr blocked Duncan Ozburn’s last-ditch attempt...

Wheaton Academy pulls out a win

Updated: 3/5/2014 10:28 PM

  Wednesday should have been one of those feel good days at Larkin High School. The Royals' boys basketball team should have been getting high-fives from classmates, then gone off to practice to get ready for Friday's regional championship game.

Tough as it was, Carter's decision was the right one

Updated: 3/5/2014 10:15 PM

  The suburban Chicago real estate market has done a total flip in recent years, said Leslie Radzin, a broker with RE/MAX Suburban in Arlington Heights.

Suburban housing market heats up

Updated: 3/4/2014 03:02 PM

  A Daily Herald editorial says preliminary recommendations from a public transit task force ethics committee make sense and could help improve the public's confidence in these agencies.

Editorial: Transit task force on right track about pay

Updated: 3/4/2014 06:24 PM

  A Mundelein letter to the editor: I just got home from a debate between the candidates for Lake County Board, Dist. 10. It was an interesting exchange.

Candidate ready to serve all Lake County

Updated: 3/4/2014 05:11 PM

  A Libertyville letter to the editor: If we truly need a performing arts venue, then build a better one new. It will serve the purpose better, and cost much less than rehabbing a dead structure.

Don’t cripple town to save building

Updated: 3/4/2014 05:11 PM

  A Mount Prospect letter to the editor: I read the other week an article in which Elk Grove Village Mayor Craig Johnson was discussing the high price of Chicago water and looking at options. It’s a shame that all the mayors didn’t do...

Hit Chicago back over high water fees

Updated: 3/3/2014 04:42 PM

  Columnist Michael Gerson: The evidence accumulates that the Republican Party is sobering up — cotton-mouthed and slightly disoriented — from its recent ideological bender.

The Tea Party hangover

Updated: 3/3/2014 01:59 PM

  North Avenue Charhouse opens in St. Charles with NY strip and lobster specials; Rev Burger brings healthy fast-food fare to Carol Stream; Chicago Prime Italian takes over the Rosebud location in Schaumburg.

Dining events: Charhouse joins St. Charles scene

Updated: 3/4/2014 04:22 PM

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