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  • G-8 summit to be held at Camp David, not Chicago

    G-8 summit to be held at Camp David, not Chicago
    President Obama is moving one of two major world summits from Chicago to the presidential retreat near Washington, with an aide saying the president has decided he wants a more "intimate" setting than his hometown for the May gathering.   The Group of...
  • On tactics

     
    Curtis Black at the Community Media Workshop calls attention to this 2008 news item -- Hundreds of students, teachers and North Side residents gathered outside an alderman's home last night to protest plans to reorganize Senn High School. The crowd......
  • 26-foot-tall Marilyn Monroe sculpture lands in Palm Springs

     
    “Forever Marilyn,” the 26-foot-tall statue that became a controversial fixture on Chicago's Michigan Avenue, has been getting final touch-ups since her arrival in Palm Springs Monday morning....
  • Hey, Ricketts family, since you seem to have some extra cash lying around...

     
    Wah-wahhh The Ricketts family, owners of the Chicago Cubs, today moved to control the fallout from a now-disavowed plan to politically attack President Barack Obama reportedly funded by family patriarch. The New York Times first reported that a plan was.....
  • Evanston voters urge dissolution of township in advisory referendum

     
    The road to officially abolishing Evanston Township government remains unclear, but voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly supported folding its services into City Hall in the name …...
  • Council to discuss changes in hotel, parking garage development

     
    A proposal to build a seven-story garage and nine-story hotel in Des Plaines that are nearly twice the size of the local height requirement will …...
  • Elmhurst Celebrates Memorial Day with 94th Parade on May 28

     
    ELMHURST, IL, May 17, 2011 — Led by Grand Marshal Leonard F. Prescott, a decorated Petty Officer in the United States Navy, nearly 90 entries …...
  • North suburban farmers market guide 2012

     
    If you're looking to add the freshest fruits, vegetables, baked goods, cheeses and flowers to your dinner table, look no further than in your own …...
  • Gresk talks city operations, chickens with high school group

     
    Whether fielding questions about assassination from curious Cub Scouts or preparing for a city dialogue on raising chickens in Wheaton, Mayor Michael Gresk gave Wheaton …...
  • Mayor Emanuel: Don't be That Guy

     
    During a meeting at the Tribune with reporters and members of our editorial board today, Ald. John Arena (45th) observed that the city's parking-meter deal has become a cautionary tale for municipalities around the country looking to privatize different...
  • Shared dog park back before council

     
    Later this week, Elgin officials will reconsider a plan to share a dog park with Hoffman Estates and Streamwood after the project was unexpectedly voted …...
  • Elgin man was dedicated to Marines, family

     
    Alex Martinez was above all shy; a quietly motivated man, beloved by his friends and family and totally dedicated to his duty as a U.S. …...