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Midwest travel: On your mark, get set, go-kart!
By Jacky Runice
Aug 29, 2015 7:10 AM
The annual Rock Island Grand Prix attracts the world's best go-kart drivers to the Quad Cities to compete in the largest street race on the globe.
McKnight: Not as easy for Cubs to replace Soler this time
By Connor McKnight
Aug 31, 2015 9:02 AM
When Jorge Soler went down the first time, the Cubs didn't miss him so much. This time, even if he's not slugging, he'll be tougher to replace than before. How will the Cubs find help for Bryant, Rizzo, Fowler and Schwarber?
House didn't appraise
By Edith Lank
Aug 29, 2015 1:00 AM
Q. We got an offer on our home for $365,000, got the appraisal back from the buyer's lender for $365,000. Five days later, the lender reviewed the appraisal and changed it to $350,000 (exactly the price the buyers wanted before negotiations.) So I guess what I'm asking is what good is an appraisal if the lender is going to tell you what your house is worth?
Are HECM reverse mortgages over-priced?
By Jack Guttentag
Aug 29, 2015 12:00 AM
HECM reverse mortgages are reputed to carry high upfront fees, which raises two questions addressed here. First, are seniors getting real value in exchange for the high fees? The answer in most cases is "no." Second, can a senior who knows the ropes avoid paying excessive fees? The answer in every case is "yes."
Condos can force use of adjoining land to make repairs
By David M. Bendoff
Aug 29, 2015 1:00 AM
Q. Our condominium association is about to undertake a major tuck-pointing project for our multistory building. The contractor informed the board that it has to stage the work for our association from the property located next to the association. That is, the crane and scaffolding need to be placed on a neighboring property
Isacco restaurant moving to First Street in St. Charles
By Dave Heun
Aug 29, 2015 7:11 PM
Dave Heun wants to know what your favorite area is in the Tri-Cities.
Grammar Moses: Good communicators are good readers, too
By Jim Baumann
Aug 29, 2015 12:54 PM
Grammar Moses says good communicators are good readers, because those who merely hear language are more likely to be limited by the effectiveness of those they hear.
Toenail fungus has many remedies, but is hard to cure
By Dr. Anthony Komaroff
Aug 29, 2015 7:00 AM
Q: I have a toenail fungus that just won't go away. What can I do?
Rozner: Kane paints Blackhawks into corner
By Barry Rozner
Aug 31, 2015 6:03 AM
The Blackhawks open camp in three weeks, wondering if they'll have Patrick Kane, and must prepare for several different scenarios.
Imrem: With Beckman gone, Illini's Thomas should go next
By Mike Imrem
Aug 28, 2015 6:12 PM
Tim Beckman was embarrassing as a head football coach, so the man who hired him has to leave Illinois with him.
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