VALPARAISO | With 168 years combined on Earth, Bill Pauley and Robert McKeague might have been the most experienced duo competing in Saturday’s Valparaiso Triathlon at Rogers-Lakewood Park.
Open lottery registration closed last week for this year's Bank of America Chicago Marathon. Runners not lucky enough to secure a race entry through the lottery, but still interested in running this year’s Oct. 12 race, can enter through Opportunity Enterprises, which has a limited number of…
HARVEY | For those who want to avoid the Bank of America Chicago Marathon registration lottery, Restoration Ministries has a limited number of guaranteed spots for runners who commit to raising money for this south suburban nonprofit organization.
Pictured are participants in Restoration Ministries' After-School Program cheering on runners at last year's Bank of America Chicago Marathon. Restoration Ministries has a limited number of guaranteed spots for this year's Chicago Marathon.
VALPARAISO | A group of Valparaiso area women believe that every child should have the chance to play, even those with special needs.
HEBRON | If pets really do tend to resemble their owners, "Boston" and Jeff Mescal are glaring exceptions.
HIGHLAND | Alan Dubowski was cleaning out his closet one day, and he came across an old brown shirt dating back 35 years ago.
CHICAGO | De La Salle Institute announces that more than 140 of its students volunteered at the recent Bank of America Chicago Marathon.
De La Salle Institute students volunteered at the recent Chicago Marathon.
HOBART | Betty Funkhouser, Hobart Middle School PE teacher, just completed her 51st Marathon on October 20, in Grand Rapids... and this was after running the Chicago the week before.
This year, 795,000 people in the United States will have a stroke. That’s someone every 40 seconds. In 2001, I was one of those people suffering an trans ischemic attack (mini stroke).
CHICAGO| There were more police officers and certainly more fences, but plenty more runners were there as well.
CHICAGO | Picturesque conditions led to a record-setting day at the Chicago Marathon on Sunday morning.
A runner juggles while participating in the Chicago Marathon on Sunday
Some Chicago Marathon participants wore unique costumes Sunday.
An early leader in the handchair division at the Chicago Marathon Sunday
Amrican Clara Santucci finished ninth in the woman's division of the Chicago Marathon on Sunday.
Dennis Kimetto, of Kenya, reaches the halfway point of the Chicago Marathon. Kimetto took first place in the men's division Sunday.
Some Chicago Marathon runners wore unique costumes.
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