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  • Seal Beach shop puts some electric pep into cycling

    Seal Beach shop puts some electric pep into cycling
    When Brian Ballard's blood sugar dropped so low during a bike ride that he didn't know where or who he was, Beth Black, his girlfriend, decided it was time to stop cycling. "I am a type I diabetic," Ballard said, "and on pedal bikes my blood sugar would...
  • Paul Greenberg: Mobs I have known

    It was long ago in a different South -- the days of freedom riders and freedom songs, of SNCC workers and sit-ins. The bad old days of Orval Faubus and George Wallace and Ross Barnett. They were the good old days, too -- the days of Martin Luther King,...
  • Orland Park police blotter: Feb. 11

    Orland Park police blotter: Feb. 11
    The following items were taken from police reports: Orland Park A 23-year-old Orland Park man was charged with violating local ordinances against cannabis possession and possession of drug paraphernalia during a Feb. 6 traffic stop at 108th Avenue and...
  • Biz News: OCC names new marketing and PR director

    Orange Coast College has a new director of marketing and public relations. Juan Gutierrez will serve as public information officer, overseeing marketing, student recruitment, media relations and media publications. "I am excited to be part of the...
  • Boys hoops | Lincoln-Way North switches gears

    Boys hoops | Lincoln-Way North switches gears
    Lincoln-Way North boys basketball coach John Terry plans to make some wholesale changes this week to hopefully revive his team's season. After losing eight seniors from last season's school-record 20-win team, Terry expected some rough patches, but...
  • At least four Marlboro Men have died of smoking-related diseases

    For the longest time, the Marlboro Man was synonymous with America's image of itself -- tough, self-sufficient, hard-working. In one of the 20th century's most famous ad campaigns, which began in the 1950s, he was a rugged but handsome man who did the...
  • Tinley Park, Lincoln-Way police blotter: Jan. 28

    Tinley Park, Lincoln-Way police blotter: Jan. 28
    The following items were taken from police reports: Tinley Park •A 50-year-old Tinley Park man was charged with DUI during a Jan. 21 traffic stop near Oak Park Avenue and 167th Street, a few minutes after reporting his car was stolen. •A...
  • Orland Park, Homer Glen police blotter: Jan. 28

    Orland Park, Homer Glen police blotter: Jan. 28
    The following items were taken from police reports: Orland Park •A 42-year-old Worth man was charged with DUI, speeding, improper lane use and improper lane change during a Jan. 11 traffic stop on the 8800 block of 143rd Street for driving 72 mph...
  • Girls hoops | No. 1 Homewood-Flossmoor finally given stiff test

    Girls hoops | No. 1 Homewood-Flossmoor finally given stiff test
    Lincoln-Way East achieved something Tuesday that no other in-state team had been able to accomplish this season against Homewood-Flossmoor — play the Vikings to a close game. Lincoln-Way East rode a hot shooting start to stick with No. 1 Homewood-...
  • New year, new rules: Cell phone ban, higher speed limit, medical pot

    New year, new rules: Cell phone ban, higher speed limit, medical pot
    It was a history-making year at the Illinois Capitol, with lawmakers legalizing gay marriage, allowing medical marijuana for those with chronic illnesses, permitting concealed handguns and approving major changes to the government worker pension system....
  • For blue-card scammers, the jig will be up soon

    For blue-card scammers, the jig will be up soon
    If you have one of those blue disabled driver placards hanging from your rearview mirror, listen up. Your days of free street parking are over. Many people with blue placards are truly disabled, but a sizable number have used the blue cards to scam...
  • Attorney general investigates ticket overcharges

     Attorney general investigates ticket overcharges
    The Illinois attorney general has widened an investigation into drivers being overcharged for old parking tickets after a warning that the number of victims and affected suburbs are far higher than previously reported. The state probe follows a...