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  Senior Faith Furio and junior Morgan Schulz gave Cary-Grove a powerful one-two punch in the girls track invitational at Buffalo Grove on Saturday. Furio took first in the long jump (17-0) and 100 dash (12.8) and also was part of the first-place 400...

Furio, Schulz lead C-G at BG

Updated: 4/12/2014 07:19 PM

  Mitch Pfeiffer roams center field for Barrington like shark. And when his prey, in the form of a baseball, sails by, Pfeiffer churns up that outfield grass in pursuit of the kill. Pfeiffer demonstrated his feeding frenzy in the first inning of the...

Pfeiffer, Barrington run down Burlington Central

Updated: 4/12/2014 07:16 PM

  With the regular season winding down, the Bulls may not be a top contender for an NBA championship, but they have a good chance at two different postseason awards.

And the NBA postseason award winners are...

Updated: 4/12/2014 05:25 PM

  Benedictine University is offering low-cost English as a second language classes for students who have completed high school and need enhanced language skills to continue on to higher education.

Benedictine offering Intensive English Language Program

Updated: 4/21/2014 09:24 AM

  The figures on April 14 kick off a week of U.S. economic data — including housing starts and industrial production — that are projected to show the world’s largest economy strengthening after a weather-depressed start to 2014.

Economists expect upbeat sales reports this week

Updated: 4/12/2014 03:24 PM

  While the e-mails and memos add to evidence GM dragged its heels on responding to concerns over defects, they also shed new light on the government’s decision not to act on a flaw now linked to 13 deaths in accidents.

U.S. failed to investigate GM despite troubling data

Updated: 4/12/2014 02:41 PM

  Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland told a Senate panel this past week that U.S. and EU sanctions now in place are “biting” and “pinching” the Russian economy, “and we’re now considering further...

On Russia, Europe too cautious for U.S.

Updated: 4/12/2014 02:24 PM

  White-tablecloth restaurants have adjusted the size of their steaks, making them thinner to offset the price increases, says Jim Robb, director of the Colorado-based Livestock Marketing Information Center. Some places now serve a 6-ounce sirloin,...

Beef prices reach highest level since 1987

Updated: 4/12/2014 02:19 PM

  The U.S. Navy has christened the first ship of its newest class of destroyers, a 610-foot-long warship with advanced technologies and a stealthy design that will reduce its visibility on enemy radars.

Navy destroyer Zumwalt christened

Updated: 4/12/2014 01:45 PM

  One Walmart Neighborhood Market grocery store is coming to the Northwest suburbs while another is off the table. The first such store will open later this summer in Des Plaines, while a second store in Rolling Meadows is no longer being pursued by...

Walmart grocery coming to Des Plaines, but plans dropped for Rolling Meadows store

Updated: 4/11/2014 11:56 PM

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