Constable: Hunter takes aim at softening views on guns
Neither hunters nor pheasants are as plentiful in the suburbs as they once were, but Elmhurst resident Butch Navarro hopes to change that by offering his Pheastant Hunting 101 class.
Choosing the right tomato for your tastes, gardenOnce the soil has warmed and the danger of frost has passed, it's time to plant tomatoes. Unless plants were started from seed several weeks ago, a trip to the garden center to purchase tomato plants is in order.
Harvest Bible Chapel, former pastor in arbitration over ownership of TV ministryThe former senior pastor of Harvest Bible Chapel is pursuing binding arbitration in order to get a settlement on what he contends he is owed from the church he founded. One of the primary issues, according to the church, is whether James MacDonald or the church owns the "Walk In the Word" radio and television ministry.
How a forgotten piece of land became Naperville's next big community assetWhere most passers-by would see a forgotten piece of land overrun with weeds, 95th Street Library manager Karen Dunford saw potential.
Hunt for former car leads to Pontiac projectWhen Lance Buhrman of Mundelein was in his early 20s, he possessed his dream car: a Jade Green 1968 Firebird Ram Air 400. Athough he went on a fruitless search to find that car in 2016, he ended up with a satisfying project when he found and modified a 1965 Pontiac LeMans.
Which wireless earbuds are best for headbanging? Sammy Hagar puts three to the testSure, sound quality, price and call quality matter for headphones. But not if the darn things won't stay in your ears as you bounce through life. See how Apple's AirPods 2, the new Beats Powerbeats Pro and the Bose SoundSport Free hold up to the rocker test.
#MeToo backlash? More male managers avoid mentoring women or meeting alone with them, survey says.The problem with this knee-jerk fear, of course, is that to get promoted, younger employees need the kind of informal face time and one-on-one interactions that build trust and develop relationships, giving senior-level managers the confidence to take a risk on promoting them.
Constable: New charity gives Des Plaines mom the furniture she needsA mom with two kids was facing eviction when she found an apartment in Des Plaines, thanks to Open Communities. A new charity called the Chicago Furniture Bank, with help from Walter E. Smithe, gives her the furniture she needs.
Fittest Loser contestants take new health habits into the futureConfidence, hope, energy … these are all things the Fittest Loser contestants found by the end of the competition, in addition to losing weight and builidng muscle.
How much money do you need to be wealthy in America?Rich is relative. Merely having a net worth of $1 million, it seems, doesn't mean you're wealthy.
Soak up some sun at a local beachThe Polar Vortex made this winter particularly miserable. And now that summer is finally in sight, why not plan on making the most of the warm weather at one of these local beaches, which offer activities for the whole family.