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  • Active-duty soldiers, vets alike get new housing help from Capitol Hill Sep 10, 2014 4:46 PM
    Five large banks have agreed to streamline the process that allows military personnel to reduce the interest rate on home loans and other debt, the latest in a string of recent moves to help active-duty service members and vets meet their housing expenses.

     
  • Rozner: Don't NFL fans deserve answers from Goodell? Sep 10, 2014 5:25 AM
    John Harbaugh and Roger Goodell have been tone deaf on the issue of domestic violence since the beginning of the Ray Rice fiasco, and it is past time for Goodell to stand up and answer tough questions.

     
  • Lawler siblings united behind foundation named for father Sep 10, 2014 10:57 PM
    Occasionally uneasy, sometimes rocky, the parent-child relationship shares a basic reciprocal goal.

     
  • Brooks has been pleasant surprise for Dundee-Crown Sep 11, 2014 10:43 AM
    Were one to hazard a guess before the season started as to Dundee-Crown’s most consistent tailback through 2 games, it’s unlikely the name Brandon Brooks would have leapt off the tongue. Nevertheless, Brooks, also a starting linebacker, has been a steadying influence in the offensive backfield during D-C’s 2-0 start. The senior helped salt away a 36-22 win at Elgin in the season opener with a 19-yard touchdown in the second half, part of an 85-yard, 13-carry performance.

     
  • What’s in a name? MacDonnells holding their own in California wine country Sep 10, 2014 6:30 AM
    In a field that includes Drouhin, Torres, Martini and Antinori, MacDonnell might not be your next choice on a list of wine family surnames. The MacDonnells of Round Pond Estate in California’s Napa Valley have been at it only 30 years compared to the six centuries of Italy’s Antinori family. But in our modern world, being in the right place at the right time, with working capital and a dream, can make up for generations of experience and a wine-centric motherland.

     
  • Sky looks to find its game at home Sep 10, 2014 7:41 PM
    The Chicago Sky needs to act like it belongs in the WNBA Finals, says Sky guard Epiphanny Prince. The Sky is down 2-0 to Phoenix in the best-of-5 championship series. Game 3 is Friday in Chicago. Also, more Sky notes from the WNBA Finals, including the battle of the bigs between Sylvia Fowles and Brittney Griner.

     
  • Stevenson’s Brunson makes his choice — it’s Villanova Sep 10, 2014 9:14 PM
    The master of slick moves came up with a new one to announce his college choice. Jalen Brunson penetrated a mob of friends and classmates, including football players wearing pads, faculty and staff, and reporters and cameras inside a cramped room in Stevenson’s district building Wednesday. He took a seat at a table, joining his parents, Rick and Sandra, his smiling kid sister Erica, grandmother and Stevenson basketball coach Pat Ambrose. Brunson thanked them all, including his teammates, AAU family and even his middle-school coach. Then he announced he will play his college basketball at Villanova.

     
  • Imrem: Fans and media also to blame for NFL’s mess Sep 10, 2014 7:51 PM
    NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says the NFL is held to a higher standard. However, you and me and the rest of America have failed in our duty to hold the league to that standard.

     
  • Football season brings chance to run cochinita pibil game plan Sep 9, 2014 11:37 AM
    Just in time for the Bears' first night game, Deborah Pankey tackles (!) cooking pig parts in a pit dug in her own backyard. She shares her cochinita pibil game plan (inspired by a trip to Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula a few years ago) so you can try it, too. Inspired by a promotion by the National Pork Board, she got a chance to cross it off her pork bucket list.

     
  • Lean and Lovin’ it: Delicious pasta swap for homemade Bolognese Sep 9, 2014 5:45 AM
    Don Mauer has loved pasta since his first serving of mac and cheese. But that love affair has been on hold for a bit since he's been avoiding sugars and refined carbs and ... well ... macaroni’s a refined carb. He recently learned of a carb-free spaghetti substitute that goes well with his homemade Bolognese.

     
  • Single mom needs to make choices that meet her needs Sep 9, 2014 12:59 PM
    Single mom wants to marry long-distance boyfriend, but can't take son away from her ex. What should she do? Carolyn Hax says do what meets her needs.

     
  • Illini Invitational attracts top college teams Sep 9, 2014 5:03 PM
    A pair of talented college freshmen, Texas golferDoug Ghim of Arlington Heights and Illini golfer Nick Hardy of Northbrook, could have an impact during the Illini Invitational tourney at Olympia Fields this weekend.

     
  • Imrem: A little fire and passion from Bears' Trestman wouldn't hurt Sep 9, 2014 5:14 AM
    The Bears could use a little more fire and it wouldn't hurt if once in awhile a vein popped out of the neck of cerebral, composed, measured head coach Marc Trestman.

     
  • Still looking for a dominant team Sep 9, 2014 8:13 PM
    It’s among the oldest clichés in the playbook, but is it true? Do prep football teams truly make their biggest improvements between Week 1 and Week 2?

     
  • New trainer on 'Biggest Loser' grew up in Lisle Sep 9, 2014 8:51 AM
    Usually it's the contestants who cry on “The Biggest Loser,” but trainer Jennifer Widerstrom, who grew up in Lisle and attended Naperville North, was tearing up, too, during the first few days of filming. “There's so much emotion that surrounds them,” Widerstrom said of this season's contestants, who include Addison's Toma Dobrosavljevic. “There are going to be incredible results this season. That I can promise.”

     
  • Voting just with wallets not enough for consumers Sep 9, 2014 1:01 AM
    Columnist Catherine Rampell: Customers can be so demanding. First they criticized fast-food joints over nutritional content. Now they’re getting picky about tax and labor practices.

     
  • Looking for a work ethic in new economy Sep 9, 2014 1:01 AM
    Columnist Ruben Navarrette: Long gone seem the days when people were glad to have a job, and grateful to their employer for providing one.

     
  • No time to panic, but Bears must run the ball Sep 9, 2014 6:08 AM
    Bears head coach Marc Trestman needs to shore up the offensive strategy to protect the defensive flaws if they expect to finish with a winning season. It's time to hand the ball to Matt Forte, says Mike North.

     
  • Waubonsee has bright visions for the future Sep 9, 2014 1:01 AM
    In early 2015, Waubonsee Community College will fulfill the final commitments of its 2020 College Master Plan. And in two years, it will celebrate 50 years of outstanding accomplishments. We hope all of you will join in our celebration of these two milestones.

     
  • Imrem: No doubt about it, Goodell must go Sep 9, 2014 8:59 PM
    It's tragically amusing that anyone has to even ask whether Roger Goodell should remain as NFL commissioner. He should be fired if he doesn't have the good sense to resign.

     
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