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Geneva (Switzerland)

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  • Getaway-home sellers not giving them away

    Getaway-home sellers not giving them away
    Like many shopping for a lakefront vacation home these days, Duane Nolte is hoping to snag a bargain. His first effort, however, was received about as enthusiastically as a glass of soured milk. Nolte recently made a low-ball offer on a waterfront...
  • 4A 3rd-place game: Wheeling 59, Geneva 40

    The inspiration for Janelle Cannon's decision to launch a couple of three-pointers early in the third quarter of Wheeling's Class 4A third-place game Saturday evening was a bit unusual. "Wiegel (coach Shelly) had been yelling at me for not shooting, so I...
  • Ready, no waiting

    Ready, no waiting
    Looking for a brand-new home in move-in condition, where you can be settled in time to serve Thanksgiving dinner? What you need is a quick delivery home. These are what builders call "inventory homes"--homes they build and keep on hand for buyers who...
  • Geneva - June 18, 2010

  • Geneva Montgomery

    Geneva Montgomery
  • New retirement communities move ahead despite economic downturn

    New retirement communities move ahead despite economic downturn
    It doesn't take more than a quick survey of the news to know there aren't a lot of new apartment and condominium buildings being built nowadays. There's not as much demand for new units. Financing for big projects isn't readily available either. But...
  • Geneva's McDowell wins silver in Youth Olympic triathlon

    Geneva's McDowell wins silver in Youth Olympic triathlon
  • Heirloom Garden Show

    August 29-Garfield Farm Museum near Geneva, IL presents the 21st Annual Heirloom Garden Show from 11am to 4 pm. Visitors can see, taste and purchase endangered varieties of vegetables, fruits, and antique flowers. The museum is located 5 miles west of...
  • Blagojevich adviser tied to appointee

    A Winnetka podiatrist selected by Gov. Rod Blagojevich to a serve on a powerful state health-care oversight panel is a partner in a real estate venture with a top Blagojevich fundraiser and counselor who recommended her appointment. The podiatrist,...
  • U.S. targets bioweapons violators

    A top U.S. diplomat Monday accused Iraq, North Korea and three other countries of pursuing germ weapon programs, an unusually pointed diplomatic charge designed to put pressure on nations suspected of flouting an international ban on biological arms....
  • Floods follow Frances' deluge

    As Seminole County waited for the St. Johns River to crest in Sanford, homeowners throughout Central Florida saw their yards slowly fill with water from Hurricane Frances. Officials from the National Weather Service said the St. Johns -- which drains the...
  • Hardy find ways to lower cabin fever

    The cure for cabin fever? Rent a cabin. "Life is gooood," said Keith Kilmer, 13, as he floated in the sparkling blue pool of the Cape Kennedy KOA Kampground in the north Brevard community of Mims. Keith's family of four had escaped to the comfort of...