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Tribune reporterA 14-year-old boy is being interviewed tonight in connection with the slaying of a 17-year-old boy who was shot and killed as he walked to his grandmother's home in the Oakland neighborhood on Chicago's South Side earlier this week, police said. No...
Groller's CornerThanks to my former Dieruff teacher and coach Tommy Young for alerting me to this. Tommy works for the Mets at their spring training facility in Port St. Lucie. He told me the Mets picked up Catasauqua High graduate Anthony Recker on waivers on Wednesday....
The Northwestern men’s soccer team has made the NCAA tournament for the seventh time in the last nine seasons. After an up-and-down season, the Wildcats (11-5-4) earned an at-large bid Monday and open NCAA play against Western Illinois (7-8-5)...
U.S. Cellular, in conjunction with its partner, King Street Wireless, launched a 4G LTE network in more than 30 new markets Monday, including Hagerstown, Cumberland and Oakland in Maryland. The November rollout expands the 4G LTE footprint in select...
Bankrupt Twinkies maker Hostess Brands Inc. has some hard choices to make after spending the weekend dealing with worker strikes. On Friday, Hostess-employed members of the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers International Union...
Listen up, ladies! R. Kelly, a giant of modern bedroom R&B, wants to share his lascivious charms with the female population of Hampton Roads. Promoters announced Wednesday that the Grammy-winning singer will perform Dec. 9 at Chrysler Hall in Norfolk....
Special to the Chicago TribuneThe two remaining models are for sale at the 68-unit Lake Park Crescent in Chicago's Oakland neighborhood, now that the condominium development by Draper and Kramer is sold out. The larger unit is a penthouse condo with two bedrooms plus den priced at...
Mario Ramos stirs a pot of beans with a bent spatula as the men crowd into the kitchen, the ragged line stretching out the splintered doorway. Years ago, Ramos, 45, grilled up pricey seafood in a tiki-themed restaurant on Pacific Coast Highway in...
On a big week for election news, Trib Nation invited a diverse group of connectors to have lunch with us and share their view of the 2012 election. What do they see as the campaign's narrative? More importantly, what is motivating them and the people...
The American News has been and is continuing to work on a project of the history of Northern State football: 1902-2012. The project will be published in its entirety in the Oct. 5 edition of the American News. Here is a preview of the all-time NSU...
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Lupe Fiasco can come across as a teacher, preacher, cutup, conflicted citizen, jazz head, skilled rhyme machine and political radical. His new album, “Food and Liquor II: The Great American Rap Album Part 1” (1st and 15th/Atlantic), touches...
A New York-based private equity firm is the latest investor entering the Chicago area's market for distressed homes. The Cogsville Group LLC paid about $2.1 million for an equity interest in 94 foreclosed properties from Fannie Mae that stretch from...
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