EDITORIAL: A new report from the Economic Policy Institute found that you — Average American Worker — stood still financially for a decade. Celebrate Labor Day if you wish. But do not do so unmindful of solutions.
It’s been a messy traffic situation during the first week back to school at Giles School in Norridge as parents get used to new changes made to the traffic configuration surrounding the school during pick-up and drop-off times.
Arts & Entertainment
Aug. 29 8:30 a.m. |
One year almost to the day that Six Flags Great America deployed much fanfare to announce designs for the record-breaking Goliath roller coaster, park officials hosted a scaled-back ceremony Thursday to announce scaled-back plans for 2015: A celebration of the park’s 40th season.
Aug. 28 1:13 p.m. |
Expressive Arts at the nonprofit Norwood Crossing long-term care retirement community received a boost recently when a $2,500 Union Pacific Railroad Foundation Grant was presented to enhance their special spring and fall art exhibits accompanied by musical and fashion shows.
Governor Quinn signed Illinois Senate Bill 3049, protecting "specified wild birds and wild mammals in the State of Illinois."
Aug. 26 1:41 p.m. |
Aggrego News Service
A Chicago teen took Norridge officers on a run Aug. 8 after he was spotted with a gun near Forest Preserve Drive and Harlem Avenue.
Aug. 26 10 a.m. |
For the last few years Frank Bottigliero, a former state director of veterans affairs, has manned the one-person office at the Leyden Township offices, 2501 Mannheim Road.
Aug. 26 8:10 a.m. |
Jamie T. O’Malley, 39, was facing two counts of aggravated DUI and one count of reckless homicide in connection with the July 22, 2012 crash that killed Marcial Marias-Quevedo, according to Pioneer Press and court records.
Aug. 25 7:41 p.m. |
Sun-Times Media Wire
Wonky weather may have wreaked havoc on attendance figures, but Divine Savior’s 22nd annual Summerfest went on as usual.
Aug. 25 4 p.m. |
Harwood Heights’ refurbished water tower is just a couple of tests away from coming back online.
Aug. 25 3 p.m. |