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The Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionThe probe into possible corruption in DeKalb County contracts could end up forcing water customers there to pay more to shower or sprinkle their lawns. County commissioners last week decided to start over on finding a private company to oversee part...
Daily Gazette, Sterling, Ill.The state is planning to resurface County Line Road from Perry to Lee roads. The project, expected to take place this summer, will involve 31/2 miles on the road, which is owned by Lee County and is on the border with DeKalb County. William Charles...
Tags: Pat Quinn, Travel, Illinois Governor, Transportation, DeKalb
Tribune reporterA flash flood watch has been issued for the Chicago area as a slow-moving weather mass brings in thunderstorms that could dump close to three inches of rain and even hail beginning this afternoon and extending overnight, according to meteorologists. An...
Tyler Scott Basye, 19, of 1500 N. Main St., No. 5, possession of two ounces of marijuana or less, charge dismissed; ingesting intoxicant other than alcoholic beverage, fined $385 and sentenced to 90 days in jail with 75 days suspended. Roy Phillip...
Tags: Theft, Stratford, Prisons, Punishment, Trials
firstname.lastname@example.orgRichard Haynes joined the Rohrersville Cornet Band when he was 15 years old and the trumpet player said the only music training he received was vocal lessons. Haynes perfected his horn on his own in the band. At 86 years old, Haynes is still playing...
Special to Tribune Newspapers"Jackhammer Sam" By Peter Mandel, illustrated by David Catrow Roaring Brook, $16.99, ages 4-8 Jackhammer Sam, the title page pictures reveal, lives in New York City, but any sidewalk will do for a child's imagination. "ATTA-RATTA-TATTA-BAM./ D'ya know...
Tags: New York City, Walt Whitman
John Stewart Morton Jr., a retired real estate and insurance executive, died Aug. 3 of kidney failure at the Blakehurst retirement community in Towson. The former Owings Mills resident was 92. The son of a real estate broker and a homemaker, Mr....
Leaders and friends of Chicago's Asian American Institute, fresh from a catered lunch and a Tribune Page One meeting, were sharing ideas with the newspaper's editor and learning something about the news organization's future. The conversation drifted...
The National Weather Service this morning issued a hazardous weather outlook for the Chicago area and other parts of Illinois that warns of strong to severe thunderstorms that could produce isolated tornadoes. The storms are coming in two waves. The...
Tags: Tornadoes, Natural Disasters, Indiana, DeKalb, Porter
email@example.comSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Here's a blast from the past: a local school bus from the 1950s is making an appearance in a commercial across the pond. Springfield resident Jim Lee admits he wasn't too excited at first about putting the bus on a trailer and...
Tags: Google Inc., Des Plaines, McDonald's, Vehicles
10th Anniversary of 9/11 Update on Forensic Evidence of What Rally Happened vs. The Standard Government ExplanationStaff reporterOn Saturday September 10th, William Lee, a 20 year veteran of the Air Force as a Master Sergeant will debate a September 11th Conspiracy Theorist, Lindson P. Anderson of the Northwest Information Service of Rlling Meadows, IL. The debate will take place...
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