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Young Adult Librarian Penny Blubaugh gives Megan Daugherty of Chicago a thumbs up during a humans vs. zombies game in 2013. | File photo

Eisenhower librarian, author facscinated by work with teens

Harwood Heights, 03/21/13 (Left to right) Sara Claypool of Norridge, Jared Krueger of Norridge, and library employee Justeeny Marszalek listen to Patrick Misiak of Norridge read his story during the meeting of their group "The Anonymous Writer's" at the Eisenhower Public Library March 21, 2013. The group will be volunteering to help with Litworks at the library April 6. | Curtis Lehmkuhl~Sun-Times Media

Letter: Thank you for LitWorks Teen Book Fest

Thank you for your coverage of the LitWorks Teen Book Fest held on April 5.

Police blotter: Elmwood Park man charged with marijuana possession

Cedric Lewis, 24, of 2449 Rutherford, Elmwood Park, was charged with possession of 4 grams of marijuana and driving without lights when required as 11:05 p.m. April 11 on the...

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Checklist: Finding the retirement community that really fits your lifestyle

When it comes to retirement living, there are many options you have to consider. When you're looking for the community that suits your...

Chicago man arrested 19 months after Harlem Irving Plaza incident

Derek Starzynski, 23, of 6000 N. Austin, Chicago, was charged April 8 with leaving the scene of an accident that took place 19 months ago.

Mark Suppelsa, WGN evening news anchor and investigative reporter, spoke on alchoholism and its treatment at Advocate Lutheran General in Park Ridge on April 17.

Advocate Lutheran General hosts Suppelsa talk on alcoholism

“Sneaky, quiet” and “isolated” would not be most people’s words to describe Mark Suppelsa, WGN evening news anchor and investigative reporter.

Jack Cahill-Lemme (left), stars as  King Arthur in Maine South High School's upcoming production of "Spamalot." Also pictured are Tim Kwasny (kneeling), Bryan Lubash, Eamon Hurd and Sarah Householder. | Photo courtesy of Maine South High School

Maine South production of ‘Spamalot’ provides comic relief

Just like King Arthur’s coconut-clattering quest for the Holy Grail, Maine South High School theater director John Muszysnki and his stage crew were on an epic search for the...

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How to help your parents adjust to assisted living

After moving into an assisted living community, your parents may need some time to fully adjust to their new home. You can be a great help in...

Weird Crime: Million-dollar-fraud case takes police to Disney World and more

Free of charge, we offer tales of odd news, strange crimes, dumb criminals and otherwise silly stories from the Chicago suburbs.

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Introducing Estee Lauder: A historical presentation at the Summit of Uptown

The Summit of Uptown hosts a wide range of events to help build connections between their residents, family members, and the entire community. On...

Featured home — 4312 N. Nottingham Ave., Norridge

This home at 4312 N. Nottingham Ave. in Norridge is on the market for $259,000.

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