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  Stuart Kuntzelman of St. Charles set a 2011 New Year's resolution to lose 165 pounds. His success leaves him at a weight he hasn't been since he was 10 years old.

176 pounds later, he surpasses his goal

Updated: 1/2/2012 06:10 AM

  New Year's resolution health tips from suburban experts: What's the one healthy habit everyone should adopt for the new year?

SMART approach to fitness may be the best

Updated: 1/2/2012 06:10 AM

  As a 4-year-old growing up in Veracruz, Mexico, Edgar Cruz would pull a chair up to the stove and start cracking eggs for dinner. That early interest in meal prep never waned and in time his mother entrusted him with his grandmother's recipes.

Silverado chef breaks the rules

Updated: 1/2/2012 06:11 AM

  Bartlett and Waubonsie Valley are still the top two teams in the Daily Herald's girls basketball Top 20, and the Top 10 remain the same as we enter the 2012 portion of the schedule.

Girls basketball/Top 20

Updated: 1/2/2012 03:56 PM

  Four types of American shoppers have altered the shopping landscape this holiday season. There’s the bargain hunter who times deals. The midnight buyer who stays up late for discounts. The returner who gets buyer’s remorse. And the...

Holiday season marked by different shopper types

Updated: 1/1/2012 07:41 AM

  Washington lawmakers, who began 2011 with sweeping plans to shrink the federal government's role in mortgage finance, are heading into 2012 after enacting policies that expand it.

Backtracking lawmakers expand government role in mortgages

Updated: 1/1/2012 07:43 AM

  Saving money is one of the most popular -- and repeated -- New Year's resolutions, right up there with losing weight. Both of these self-improvement missions take discipline, happen slowly and can be hard to stick with. Here are five ways to save...

Saving is a perennial resolution

Updated: 1/1/2012 07:41 AM

  After all the parties are through, kick off the new year on a relaxing note with a last bit of music and a light show at the Cuneo Museum's Winter Wonderlands, where you can drive through acres of holiday-tinged electrical spectacle. Or be enchanted...

Sunday picks: A quieter start to the new year

Updated: 12/30/2011 12:35 PM

  A large fire that broke out around midnight in a former clock factory in the northern Illinois city of Peru has burned for hours and prompted a mandatory evacuation of residents on surrounding streets, authorities and local reports said Sunday.

Fire destroys landmark former Ill. clock factory

Updated: 1/1/2012 04:27 PM

  A baby girl was delivered to a Mount Prospect couple shortly after midnight at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge. She was the first of numerous newborns helping to ring in the new year at suburban hospitals.

New babies ring in new year at suburban hospitals

Updated: 1/1/2012 09:23 PM

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