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  • Indoor pot-grower busted on Northwest Side, police say

    Indoor pot-grower busted on Northwest Side, police say
    A 50-year-old man was arrested yesterday after police said they found more than 100 marijuana plants growing inside his Northwest Side home. Paul Sherman of the Irving Park neighborhood was charged with one count of felony manufacturing of marijuana,...
  • Man charged in half-million dollar pot bust

    Man charged in half-million dollar pot bust
    A Northwest Side man is under arrest after a Chicago Police Gang Enforcement Team’s investigation has led to the discovery of his “exotic hydroponic operation.” Paul Sherman, 50, of the 3900 block of North Elston Ave, was charged with...
  • Officials: Final relocation of section of Irving Park Road near O'Hare set for Wednesday

    Officials: Final relocation of section of Irving Park Road near O'Hare set for Wednesday
    The final relocation of a section of Irving Park Road south of O’Hare International Airport is scheduled for Wednesday, Chicago officials announced on Monday. The traffic pattern switch, to the south of the existing Irving Park, is being done to...
  • New weekend brunch options

    New weekend brunch options
    When it's this frigid outside, the idea of attempting a weekend brunch that goes beyond toaster waffles eaten while huddled under a blanket seems downright unreasonable. If there's anything that stands the chance to ply you from the cozy comforts of...
  • Officials: Body found floating in river

    Officials: Body found floating in river
    Chicago Fire Department crews pulled a body from the North Branch of the Chicago River this morning on the Northwest Side. Someone called 911 after seeing the remains floating in the river near 2750 W. Irving Park Rd. in the Horner Park neighborhood,...
  • Michael Hainey book raises questions about truth versus family

    Michael Hainey book raises questions about truth versus family
    Say you had a family secret. A juicy one. The kind that speaks volumes about families. And you wrote a book about it. But your family hates the book. Or, at the very least, potentially feels embarrassment from it. Would you still release that book?...
  • Robber in Dunning heist suspected in another bank robbery

    Robber in Dunning heist suspected in another bank robbery
    A man who robbed a bank Monday in the Dunning neighborhood on the Northwest Side is also suspected in a Rolling Meadows bank robbery last month, according to the FBI. Monday about 10:45 a.m., a man entered Popular Community Bank at 7181 W. Irving Park Rd....
  • The CPS contingency plan

    The CPS contingency plan
    Here are some frequently asked questions about the CPS contingency plan. The answers were compiled from CPS and chief Jean-Claude Brizard's comments during a teleconference with parents last week. Q: How will the CPS sites in the district's Children...
  • Chicago teachers strike updates: Lewis, others, end talks for night

    Chicago teachers strike updates: Lewis, others, end talks for night
    Continual coverage of the Chicago teachers strike. -------------------- 10 p.m. Lewis, others leave talks for night CTU President Karen Lewis and other principal negotiators finished up for the evening about 9:45 p.m. "Today we made some progress,&...
  • Cops: Protesters threatened that 'city will never be the same'

    Cops: Protesters threatened that 'city will never be the same'
    Three out-of-state men arrested in a Bridgeport apartment raid days before the NATO summit considered hitting President Obama's campaign headquarters, Mayor Rahm Emanuel's house and police stations with "incendiary devices," according to court documents....
  • Recommended events

    Saturday Cook Memorial Library District will host a "book club extravaganza" with appearances by authors Frances McNamara and Joan Naper, 10 a.m.-noon at the Sullivan Center, 635 N. Aspen Drive, Vernon Hills; free. Registration is required. webres....
  • Citizen Kahan

    Citizen Kahan
    Paul Kahan is the opposite of an enigma. He is easily explained. He is pleased by simple pleasures. He defines his life by four pillars: chef, record-store geek, husband, law-abiding citizen. Everything else is noise. In judgment, he renders halfway...