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CRETE | All Greg Schneider needed to become Crete-Monee athletic director was approval of the District 201 Unified School Board on Monday, but the process to fill the position will begin all over again, board President Nakia Hall said Wednesday.
CRETE | Greg Schneider will have to wait a month to find out if he'll be Crete-Monee's athletic director after the District 201 School Board tabled the matter Monday.
SAUK VILLAGE | Fire Chief Alan Stoffregen called it the biggest group in a long time as Sauk Village swore in six probationary firefighters at this week's Village Board meeting.
LYNWOOD | The Lynwood Village Board is finally complete after Village President Gene Williams appointed McKinley Dillingham trustee.
GLENWOOD | Residents and school officials gathered Tuesday in the Hickory Bend Elementary gymnasium to discuss the design and features of the proposed middle school for Brookwood District 167.
HAMMOND | Sarah Voiers isn't even in high school, yet, but her USBC SMART account already contains $750 for her college education.
GLENWOOD | School may now be held on Veteran's Day and Abraham Lincoln's birthday after the Brookwood District 167 board approved the action Monday.
HAMMOND | Mike Kozy struck the second ball of the the tenth frame of Times/Pepsi Classic Class A championship match, looked skyward and let out a sigh.
HAMMOND | Sammy Krucek tweaked his knee during the second game in the 64th semifinal round of the Times/Pepsi Classic Sunday at Olympia Lanes.
HAMMOND | Brian Gunn needed this one.
ST. JOHN | Their name may be Mudd, but their game was clean Friday.
CHICAGO | Teachers Kathleen and Jenna Jameson called the project "community relations."
MUNSTER | Antonio Majstorov just needed to calm down.
HIGHLAND | Munster jumped in front and never looked back in its 12-2 six-inning win over Morton in the Highland sectional semifinals Friday.
RIVERDALE | Emergency service crews from the south suburbs — including Flossmoor and South Holland — played out a chemical spill scenario as part of the Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Plan on Thursday at the Indiana Harbor Belt rail yard.
HIGHLAND | The Lowell offense was explosive in a 10-0 win in the Class 4A sectional opener over host Highland Tuesday.
HIGHLAND | Munster pitcher Carly Murphy is a senior and has pitched in big softball games before.
HAMMOND | Chuck Podkul Jr. always seems to be one of the most popular guys in the bowling center.
GRIFFITH | Both teams had some chances. Both teams made important pitches at critical moments.
CROWN POINT | Every time Valparaiso punched, Times No. 2 Crown Point punched back one run harder.
GLENWOOD | The Brookwood 167 board voted to suspend all school board committee assignments for 60 days at its monthly meeting Monday.
HAMMOND | Since 1983, there's always been one squad in the Times/Pepsi Classic with a few more big names from the local bowling scene than the others.
PORTAGE | Kiley Jones did it all. She got the big hit. She pitched the complete game. She even tallied the game-clinching RBI single.
CHESTERTON | Miranda Elish is not the average freshman pitcher.
HAMMOND | The Times/Pepsi Classic isn't just for keglers who bowl four or five nights a week and carry averages that would make baseball players proud.
HAMMOND | It's not usual for a score from the opening squad of the opening day of a tournament to qualify for the semifinals a month later, but three bowlers have a shot.
HOBART | Hanover Central felt it had something to prove in Saturday morning's baseball game against Hobart.
The Kammer name has been a fixture in the Times/Pepsi Classic during the bowling tournament's 64-year history.
ST. JOHN | A dry-erase board inside the Lake Central dugout Tuesday read "today is a new day."
ST. JOHN | Zach Plesac settled in after the second inning.
HIGHLAND | Michigan City took home the trophy for the Highland Doubles Invitational Saturday, but it was the host's top duo that took all the attention.
MUNSTER | Miles Gunty knows when he shows up for the meet that most of the field is vaulting for second place.
ST. JOHN | Chesterton manager Jack Campbell joked that he knew it would be a good idea to put Michael Griffin in the nine-hole.
HIGHLAND | It was after 10 p.m. on a school night and unseasonably cold, but Andrean's 1600 relay team mustered enough strength to win the final event of Wednesday's Highland invitational and grab a share of first place with East Chicago Central.
LANSING | T.F. South was infected with the get-on-base bug Monday at Bill Anderson Field.
PEOTONE | Illinois and Indiana Departments of Transportation discussed the second tier of the proposed Illiana Corridor at the first of two schedule public open houses Tuesday at Peotone High School.
CALUMET CITY | Virtually as emergency personnel responded to explosions at the Boston Marathon on Monday, Calumet City police were doing rapid response training inside the Sandridge Fitness Center.
LANSING | Lan-Oak Park District held its first meeting Monday since voters rejected a referendum that would have permitted a property tax increase for the district.
GARY | Chad Mateja made his first start of the season Saturday, but nobody told Lowell.
GARY | Kankakee Valley needed only three hits to put an early end to its 10-0 five-inning win over Bowman on Saturday at U.S. Steel Yard.
GARY | Neither rain, nor cold, nor a long delay could stop Hammond Academy.
GLENWOOD | New carpet has been installed in the Brookwood Middle School library at a cost of $1,200, Superintendent Pam Hollich said.
GLENWOOD | Brookwood Elementary District 167 approved the hiring of new Superintendent Valorie Moore at Monday night's board meeting.
CROWN POINT | Crown Point's youth movement was on display Friday.
UNION TOWNSHIP | The Wheeler defense didn't have a busy day Thursday.
GARY | Andrean hasn't allowed a run through four games, but that doesn't mean Morton didn't have its chances Wednesday.
GARY | Highland's bats were a little cold at the start, but the Trojans came around to best Times No. 7 Hobart 6-2 in the Railcats High School Challenge Tuesday at U.S. Steel Yard.
CRETE | School District 201U officials will host a community forum Wednesday night at Crete-Monee High School to discuss the use of $23.62 million in Illinois Capital Development Board grant funds.
CRETE | Dozens of residents were in the Crete-Monee auditorium to support athletic director Gene Cahan at the District 201 unified board meeting Monday night.
LANSING | District 158 School Board candidates sparred at a public forum Wednesday in the Memorial Junior High gym.
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