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Cubs' Maddon still fending off second-guessing about Game 7 decisions
By Bruce Miles
Dec 6, 2016 10:50 PM
Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon is still fending off second-guessing from his decisions in Game 7 of the World Series, won by the Cubs.
Dawn Patrol: Immigrants urged to learn their rights
By Sara Hooker and Lee Filas
Dec 6, 2016 6:03 AM
Immigrants urged to learn their rights, stay involved. Two Pearl Harbor survivors honored in Aurora. Rosemont man admits killing 14-year-old Des Plaines boy. Gurnee board OK with police body cameras, stun guns. Foxx says she'll be a regular at suburban courthouses. Fox Lake-area kids shop with cops. Wade scores 34, but Bulls lose to Portland. Are the Sox close to trading Sale?
Addison Trail bounces back
By Kevin Schmit
Dec 7, 2016 12:10 AM
Addison Trail's boys basketball team claimed a 50-45 nonconference victory Tuesday at Fenton.
McGrath reaches 1,000-point mark in Lisle win
By Dave Oberhelman
Dec 7, 2016 12:28 AM
Lisle's Mark McGrath surpasses 1,000 points as the Lions beat Manteno
Two Pearl Harbor survivors honored in Aurora
By Jessica Cilella
Dec 5, 2016 8:53 PM
Two Pearl Harbor survivors were honored Monday during a Pearl Harbor Memorial Luncheon in Aurora.
Dawn Patrol: First snowfall of the season blankets suburbs
By Lauren Rohr and Lee Filas
Dec 5, 2016 5:57 AM
Snow covers the suburbs. Lisle holiday celebration gives a nod to the past. New bowling concept to open Tuesday in Buffalo Grove. Napeville considers $441 budget. Fundraiser organized for family of I-88 crash victim. Imrem: For one game, Bears' formula worked. Rozner: Please expand the college football playoff. With Toews still out, Blackhawks lose to Winnipeg.
Oak Meadows improvements nearing the finish line
By Robert Sanchez
Dec 5, 2016 5:35 AM
The new-look Oak Meadows Golf Preserve in Addison has been changed from the inside out. Over the past 18 months, crews have restored the portion of Salt Creek that runs through the 288-acre property and consolidated two golf courses into a single 18-hole facility with greater flood resistance and more stormwater storage capacity.
Santa takes time off during his busy season to play golf at Cantigny
By Justin Kmitch
Dec 3, 2016 6:19 PM
More than 60 Santas teed off Saturday morning at Wheaton's Cantigny Golf Course, but not one made a Ho-Ho-Hole in one. This was the third consecutive year local photographer Jay Geil and friends have organized the charity event, which s expected to benefit March of Dimes to the tune of about $3,000.
Sea of Santas fills streets of downtown Arlington Heights
By Mick Zawislak
Dec 3, 2016 6:18 PM
The ninth annual Santa Run hosted by the Rotary Club of Arlington Heights drew 1,537 particpants dressed in Santa suits for the club's biggest annual fundraiser.
St. Charles North evens the score with St. Charles East
By Jerry Fitzpatrick
Dec 3, 2016 11:56 PM
St. Charles North avenged last week's loss to rival St. Charles East with a 44-40 Upstate Eight River win over the Saints Saturday night.
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