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CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Marian Catholic's Tyler Ulis made know Friday his choice for big-time college basketball in front of crowd of cheerleaders, cheering students plus a trio of Spartan mascots surrounding him.
CALUMET CITY | A 42-year-old man will face criminal charges after police said Saturday they believe he killed his live-in hairstylist girlfriend.
CALUMET CITY | North vs. South. Meteors vs. Rebels. One doesn’t have to be a student of the Thornton Fractional high schools in Lansing or Lansing to get worked up when the two football programs face off against each other.
A longtime critic of U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. plans to try for the sixth time to run against him for his seat in Congress representing Chicago’s South Side and surrounding suburbs.
CALUMET CITY | We’re still two months away from this year’s presidential elections, yet city officials are now unofficially campaigning for municipal offices in the 2013 election cycle.
LANSING | Village President Norm Abbott said Tuesday he intends to maintain his village’s ban on gambling, but is willing to consider ordinance changes to permit legalized video poker machines.
CRETE | A citizens group offered its apologies Monday to a lifelong resident who was the focus of speculation that he stands to make himself rich with the construction of a federal detention facility.
EAST CHICAGO | A slim City Council majority wants the School City of East Chicago board to be an elected governing body, and it intends to pass an ordinance Aug. 9 calling for such a change.
EAST CHICAGO | The City Council meets in special session Friday, intending to hire a financial adviser who will guide it in compiling a municipal budget.
MARKHAM | Two teenagers are driving their respective vehicles after leaving a party where beer was served, and the result is a collision. Both claim they did not drink, although one blows a 0.05 blood-alcohol concentration when given a Breathalyzer test, which he claims was caused by cough d…
CALUMET CITY | The City Council approved a tax levy Monday for the current fiscal year that is 11.9 percent greater than its levy last year.
LANSING | A series of outbursts at public schools throughout the village do not appear to be related to street-gang activity, but instead could be related to hostile remarks posted by students on each other's Facebook home pages, Police Chief Dennis Murrin said Tuesday.
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