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With the fifth annual Graw Days celebration coming up in Havre de Grace Saturday, Oct. 13, it's also important to remember this past Aug. 24 just marked the 100th anniversary of the opening of the Havre de Grace Racetrack, the reason for the celebration....
Lately, it seems you don't have to be anywhere near a garden to stop and smell the roses. Smell is the latest way that businesses are attempting to woo customers, whether it be the scented candles at Hampden shop In Watermelon Sugar, the vanilla and...
Aldermen, have your heads stopped spinning over all the details in that McCormick Place/Navy Pier megadeal announced Thursday? If so, we have some questions for you. No, not about that megadeal. About the last megadeal. The one on revising the parking...
NewsdayA man whose body was found hanging from a tree in Bridgehampton Saturday was due to appear in court Thursday in connection with a previous suicide attempt, according to police and court records. Fabian Seyrig de Saussure, 51, of Bridgehampton, had...
Tags: Mental Health, Trials, Suicide, Bridgehampton
Eighty years ago, Chicago Mayor Anton Cermak was assassinated, an anniversary that some, like Ald. Edward Burke, 14th, say does not receive enough attention. But on Thursday, a school in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, will remember Cermak by...
Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Wednesday proposed making city streets more accommodating to bike riders while toughening penalties for drivers as well as cyclists who violate the rules of the road. The amendments to the city's bike ordinance, including some that...
Tags: Fines, Wrigleyville, Punishment, Rahm Emanuel, Local Government
Smaller religious institutions and other nonprofit organizations that do charitable work would get free city water once again, while some larger ones would get greater water discounts than they do now under a plan the City Council Budget Committee...
Special to the TribuneAlmost everywhere you look, you're bombarded with advertisements shilling products that promise "energy," "pep" and "vigor" — all with little to no side effects. You can buy the products at any convenience or grocery store or by mail order. With the...
State officials have temporarily halted funding to the United Neighborhood Organization, contending the large charter school operator violated terms of a $98 million grant by hiring contractors who are related to one of the group's top executives. The...
The leadership of the Los Angeles teachers union is roiled over whether its officials made a private deal with a Board of Education candidate whom critics view as an ally of anti-labor forces. The dispute centers on an alleged understanding worked out...
Saturday, April 20 MIAMI-DADE COUNTY Bass Buddies: Painting Like the Masters. Designed for children 4-6, art class allows participants to explore their creative side with painting, drawing or sculpting and may include a science experiment, museum...
Readers who don't know much about Chicago's longest-serving mayor will learn a lot from Keith Koeneman's new book, "First Son: The Biography of Richard M. Daley." But readers already familiar with the Daley years may be disappointed if they expect new...
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