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  • Hessie Abraham Davidson

    Hessie Abraham Davidson, former chairman of the Davidson Transfer & Storage Co., who counted among his many interesting and challenging moving jobs overseeing the moving of the U.S. Constitution, died Sept. 18 of complications from a stroke at Springhouse...
  • State trooper injured after crashing in high speed Joppa chase

    State trooper injured after crashing in high speed Joppa chase
    A 13-year Maryland State Police trooper injured in a high speed chase in Harford County last week comes from a long line of state troopers, including his father, who was killed in the line of duty nearly 25 years ago. Senior Trooper Jon Sawa, who is...
  • Movers quick to pick up, slow to deliver

    Movers quick to pick up, slow to deliver
    You'll have to excuse Larry Stillman if he seems upset. Living in a hotel for weeks on end will do that. The former Vernon Hills resident would gladly move into his new house in Tucson, Ariz. If only United Van Lines would deliver his belongings....
  • Family of trooper killed on job wins $10.9M settlement

    Family of trooper killed on job wins $10.9M settlement
    The widow of an Illinois state trooper killed in a fiery crash after a truck driver slammed into his squad car last year has been awarded a $10.9 million settlement in a wrongful death suit. James Sauter, 28, of Vernon Hills, died at the scene after a...
  • Story lines run deep in NBA playoffs, as should the Clippers

    Story lines run deep in NBA playoffs, as should the Clippers
    It's springtime in Los Angeles, otherwise known as the season when the Clippers march merrily into the playoffs and the Lakers conduct exit interviews. OK, so maybe this isn't exactly an annual occurrence. The Lakers haven't missed the playoffs during...
  • Troopers pack hearing on trucker charged in fatal crash

    Troopers pack hearing on trucker charged in fatal crash
    Trucker Andrew Bokelman shuffled into a courtroom filled with uniformed state police troopers Wednesday to face felony charges in a fiery crash last spring on the Tri-State Tollway that killed Trooper James Sauter. A murmur went through the gallery as...
  • Services set for trooper killed in I-294 crash

    Services set for trooper killed in I-294 crash
    Funeral arrangements have been settled for Illinois State Trooper James Sauter, 28, who was killed when a semitrailer truck hit his squad car and both vehicles burst into flames late Thursday on I-294 in Glenview. Visitation is set for Monday from 3 p....
  • Trooper killed in crash 'loved putting on the uniform every day'

    Trooper killed in crash 'loved putting on the uniform every day'
    As a state trooper, James Sauter had plenty of close calls while patrolling the roads. "Times he'd been hit, someone had hit or almost hit his car. He wasn't worried about it. That's what they do," said a neighbor, Scott Schaal, a retired police officer....
  • A truly moving story

     
      Earlier this week in my column about a moving company, I said I had never heard any HAPPY moving stories. Here is one from reader Robert Kemp:              Upon retiring in 1988, decided to move to Northern Ireland. from where I met my wife in 1943...
  • ‘Undercover Boss’: Making a stop in Orlando — again!

     
    "Undercover Boss" puts the CEO of United Van Lines through the incognito routine this weekend, and Orlando is one of his stops. It's the fourth time the CBS reality series has visited our region this TV season. The CEO of Choice Hotels International...
  • Survey: Michigan on the Move

    ST. LOUIS (AP) - A study out Wednesday says Michigan saw the nation's most outbound migration in 2008, with 67 percent of interstate moves heading out. It marked the third straight year that Michigan has seen the highest percentage of outbound migration....