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  • REVIEW: Top 9 things about American Idols Live tour at Sands Bethlehem Event Center

     
    In general the “American Idols Live” tour that stopped Saturday at Sands Bethlehem, offering the top contestants from the FOX-TV show’s 13th season, was much like the show itself. Runner-up Jena Irene, left, and winner Caleb Johnson, right, at Sands...
  • Banking official joins District 64 board

    Banking official joins District 64 board
    The Niles Park Ridge District 64 Board of Education has selected Robert Johnson, a senior vice president at Northern Trust in Chicago, to fill the seat left vacant by former board secretary Terry Cameron. Johnson, who told the board he prefers to be...

    ESSAY: Williamsburg-James City Schools offer more than shop class

    JAMES CITY Lafayette High School, Jamestown High School and Warhill High School all provide students with opportunities to develop needed skills to enter the workforce and to whet their appetite for further study at a trade school, community college or...

    Countdown to high school football kickoff

    Countdown to high school football kickoff
    47. Year St. Ignatius grad, former Chicago Cardinals owner Charles Bidwill, a Pro Footbal HOF, died. The franchise won the NFL championship later that year. 48. Years since Highland Park native Hugh “Shorty” Ray was inducted into the Pro...

    Preds' Dee Webb makes play for future with plans to take online classes at UF

    Preds' Dee Webb makes play for future with plans to take online classes at UF
    EATONVILLE — When Dee Webb attended classes at the University of Florida, his eyes might have been fixed on the professor lecturing in front of him. His mind was elsewhere, unable to be contained by a classroom and focused squarely on the future...