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  • Kennedy roadwork put into fast lane

    Kennedy roadwork put into fast lane
    Kennedy Expressway construction, which threatened nightmarish delays each weekend for the rest of the month, not only will wrap up earlier than planned this weekend but will be completed by June 23, officials said Saturday. Because of "the expedited...
  • Local Voices West: April 17 edition

    Local Voices West: April 17 edition
    Letters to the editor from Oak Park, Warrenville, Downers Grove, Naperville, Wheaton, Berwyn and Western Springs.  Influence of the wealthy In regard to your April 3 editorial supporting the Supreme Court decision to eliminate limits to total campaign...
  • Oak Park public works OT budget hit hard by severe winter

    Oak Park public works OT budget hit hard by severe winter
    With the recent end of an unusually snowy winter, the Oak Park Public Works Department is looking for a milder season next year to keep its budget in check. The department cleared snow from the streets 38 times during the winter of 2013-14, when 82...
  • Lindbergh helped make Maywood a key site in aviation's early days

    Lindbergh helped make Maywood a key site in aviation's early days
    A year before his famous solo flight across the Atlantic in May 1927, Charles Lindbergh made regular trips to west suburban Maywood Field, including one that almost cost him his life. Flying a mail plane and running out of fuel, Lindbergh was forced...
  • Wild winter was hard on La Grange budget

    Wild winter was hard on La Grange budget
    The winter's relentless snowfall took a toll on La Grange's budget, adding about $100,000 more than had been planned for overtime, salt and other costs. "It's always challenging when you have as many snow events as we had this winter season," Public...
  • Des Plaines residents briefed on I-90 project at town meeting

    Des Plaines residents briefed on I-90 project at town meeting
    With the first 37 miles of the Interstate-90 rebuilding and widening project completed in the west, workers have moved on to the eastern stretch encompassing Des Plaines, Illinois Tollway representatives announced at a recent town hall meeting. That...
  • Clyde Snow, forensic anthropologist who helped ID victims of John Wayne Gacy, dies at 86

    Clyde Snow, forensic anthropologist who helped ID victims of John Wayne Gacy, dies at 86
    Clyde Snow, one of the nation's foremost forensic anthropologists, who discovered the hidden stories told by skeletal remains and helped identify Nazi war criminal Josef Mengele and countless victims of accidents, crimes and state-sanctioned abuses of...
  • Aviation last major source of toxic lead in U.S.

     Aviation last major source of toxic lead in U.S.
    Leaded gasoline is such a well-known scourge that automobile fuel made with the brain-damaging additive is still sold in only six countries: Afghanistan, Algeria, Iraq, Myanmar, North Korea and Yemen. Shifting to unleaded fuel in the U.S. — the...
  • Officials: Illinois man with MERS not contagious

    Officials: Illinois man with MERS not contagious
    A second test has confirmed that an Illinois resident who tested positive for the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus is not contagious, the state's public health department said Monday. Health officials originally contacted the unidentified...
  • O'Hare anti-noise group wants city aviation boss to resign

    O'Hare anti-noise group wants city aviation boss to resign
    A group representing city and suburban homeowners seeking relief from increasing airplane noise called today for Chicago Aviation Commissioner Rosemarie Andolino to resign or for Mayor Rahm Emanuel to fire her. Leaders of the Fair Allocation in Runways ...
  • Dutch man known as 'SuperTrips' admits trafficking drugs on Silk Road

    Dutch man known as 'SuperTrips' admits trafficking drugs on Silk Road
    The prolific Internet drug trafficker known as “SuperTrips” landed in Miami nine months ago with just a cell phone and $20,000 in cash, ready to hit the South Beach club circuit in a rented Lamborghini. But federal agents cut the party...
  • As MERS virus reaches U.S., public health system springs into action

    The man arrived at the hospital with a fever and a bad cough. Relatives accompanied him through the doors, beneath the red neon sign reading "Emergency." It looked like pneumonia, but when doctors at Community Hospital learned that the patient was a...