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St. Edward surprises Glenbard South
By Jerry Fitzpatrick
Feb 10, 2016 12:29 AM
St. Edward's boys basketball team surprised Glenbard South 61-49 Tuesday night in a Metro Suburban West game in Elgin.
Brunson, No. 1 Villanova bury DePaul
By Scot Gregor
Feb 9, 2016 11:21 PM
Jalen Brunson won a lot of basketball games in Illinois. When he was a star guard at Stevenson High School, Brunson led the Patriots downstate three seasons in a row while going 91-10.
Horses visit terminally ill Arlington Heights woman -- in her house
By Melissa Silverberg
Feb 9, 2016 6:58 PM
Carole Knanishu, terminally ill with multiple sclerosis, had a house call from her favorite animals -- horses -- inside her Arlington Heights home Tuesday afternoon. It was a treat from her family and volunteers at Glory Bound Rescue Ranch of Marengo.
Music notes: Ship Captain Crew polishes up pop punk at Cubby Bear
By Brian Shamie
Feb 9, 2016 5:35 PM
Ship Captain Crew's new album shows off the finesse they bring to the pop punk genre. More on them and other weekend music.
Roosevelt University president: We're in Schaumburg to stay
By Eric Peterson
Feb 9, 2016 5:32 PM
Roosevelt University President Ali Malekzadeh said the university intends to reinvest in the Schaumburg campus, and in the Northwest suburban business community. "I'm here to tell you, as emphatically as I can, Roosevelt University is here to stay," he said.
High schoolers signing up for chance at free Harper College tuition
By Erin Hegarty and Doug T. Graham
Feb 9, 2016 5:04 PM
Although it's less than a year old, the Harper Promise program -- which guarantees two years of free education to potentially thousands of Northwest suburban high school graduates -- already has changed the way some students view their future. More than two-thirds of the high school freshmen eligible for the program have enrolled, officials say.
Stevenson High to offer healthier lunch options in fall
By Russell Lissau
Feb 9, 2016 3:53 PM
With an eye on student health, Stevenson High School will offer students fresher and more diverse meal options this fall.
Parking lot repaving, bathroom renovations planned for Stevenson High
By Russell Lissau
Feb 9, 2016 9:40 AM
A parking lot repaving, bathroom renovations, and roof repairs are among the projects included in a $5.1 million construction package planned for Stevenson High School this summer.
Dawn Patrol: Man charged with DUI after hitting squad car
By Sara Hooker and Lee Filas
Feb 9, 2016 5:51 AM
Sheriff's office: Drunken driver hit squad car in Beach Park. Police identify man in fatal Aurora crash. Batavia photo booth took picture of thief, police say. Antioch-area man missing. U-46 school board member chastised for ‘racist' Facebook comments. Garage catches fire in Geneva. C
Dennis DeYoung to revisit Styx hits at the Genesee
By Selena Fragassi
Feb 9, 2016 6:00 AM
"I lived in the greatest time in the history of mankind to be a musician," Dennis DeYoung says. The Styx co-founder still enjoys returning to his past hits and promises renditions of "Show Me the Way," "Lady" and more when he and his current band play the Genesee Theatre Saturday, Feb. 13.
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