News | Elgin woman's book chronicles her unlikely path to motherhood through Alzheimer's
Pam Singleton of Elgin has self-published a book titled "My Mother, My Child: An Unusual Journey To Becoming A Mother Through Alzheimer's." The book chronicles Singleton's time as a part-time caregiver to her afflicted mother, who came to think the author was her mother instead of her daughter.
News | Images: IHSA Competitive Cheerleading finals in BloomingtonArea high school teams hit the stage for the IHSA Competitive Cheerleading finals on Saturday, Feb. 4, 2023 at the Grossinger Motors Arena in Bloomington.
News | 'It's like the end of the world has come': Suburbanites await word on relatives in TurkeySuburban families with relatives in Turkey are awaiting word on loved ones who live in areas affected by Monday's devastating earthquake, while their community rushes to launch a local relief effort.
Columns | Debuts, hot hybrids and electric trucks: What to look for at this year's Chicago Auto ShowThe Chicago Auto Show speeds into town and opens Saturday with a return to pre-COVID proportions. Here's what's hot and notable this year.
Commercial Real Estate | Pritzker announces $40 million grant program to promote development-ready 'megasites'Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Monday announced the creation of a $40 million grant program to incentivize the creation of large development-ready areas known as "megasites" across the state.
Education | 20 groups in 10 years: 'Go Green Illinois' expands in the suburbsVolunteer-based Go Green Illinois came to life 10 years ago. It has since expanded to more than 20 local "Go Green" organizations across the suburbs, such as Go Green Northbrook and Go Green Arlington Heights.
Blackhawks | The breakup of Kane and Toews is inevitable. That doesn't mean it will hurt lessThose of you who grew up rooting on Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane may experience a gutwrenching reaction when one or both of them are dealt in upcoming weeks.
Crime | Few new details in Aurora police shooting of manAurora police gave little new information Monday about an officer shooting a man.
Columns | What suburban school districts are paying to attract substitute teachersOn average, 100 suburban school districts are paying substitute teachers a base daily wage of $132, with many providing additional loyalty bonuses or higher wages for long-term jobs, but many administrators say they're still often short-handed.
Business | Construction begins on new rowhomes in WarrenvilleLexington Homes began construction on the next phase of its Lexington Trace residential project in Warrenville.
Columns | Aurora crowns inaugural Mr. and Miss Black teen pageant winnersEight Black teens from Aurora made history Saturday as contestants in the city's inaugural Mr. and Miss Black Aurora Pageant.
News | Rescuers scramble in Turkey, Syria after quake kills 3,400Rescuers in Turkey and war-ravaged Syria searched through the frigid night into Tuesday, hoping to pull more survivors from the rubble after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake killed more than 3,400 people and toppled thousands of buildings across a wide region.
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