Arts & Entertainment
Four area churches teamed up to coordinate a Sept. 20 Oktoberfest celebration in Libertyville, with proceeds going to a nonprofit that helps kids from Waukegan get into college.
Sept. 22 12:57 p.m. |
EDITORIAL: When hospitals merge, future patients don’t usually pay much attention to the macro-economic issues. You want medical care to work — efficient, humane and as inexpensive as possible no matter who owns the institution.
Though he certainly had his hands full in the ring, Waukegan’s own Nick Asberry still heard the cheers and yells of support during his four-round heavyweight boxing match last Friday night against Ricardo “El Diablo” Chavez at the Horseshoe Casino in Hammond, Ind. Only thing is, the support was for his opponent.
Cardinal Francis George, who has been battling cancer, will be succeeded by Bishop Blase Cupich of Spokane after Pope Francis made the appointment.
Sept. 20 8:40 a.m. |
Aggrego News Service
A district court judge ruled Thursday that Highland Park’s ban on assault weapons and large-capacity magazines does not violate constitutional rights under the Second Amendment, according to the city.
Sept. 19 2:33 p.m. |
Pioneer Press Staff
DAN MORAN: I’m still known for shouting “where’s the I-PASS,” possibly with a mild curse, as I rummage beneath my seat. I should know better, but maybe I’m just nostalgic for the old days of finding a quarter under a McNuggets box.
Sept. 19 1:26 p.m. |
Reader submission: The portion written by Tyrone “T.J.” Scafe reflects an incredibly intelligent and insightful young man. Are you listening, Waukegan teachers and administrators? I only hope that after T.J. successfully completes his college degree, he opts to return to his community of Waukegan and help implement some of his amazing ideas.
Sept. 19 12:30 p.m. |
Jeremy, Jerome, Miles and Lyle Thompson — members of the Onondaga Nation of the Iroquois Confederacy — are bringing creative lacrosse to Lake Forest.
Representatives from three north suburban conferences met earlier this month to discuss the idea of forming a football-only conference, however talks now seem to be at a standstill.
Sept. 18 5:06 p.m. |
Whether Carly Rousso will be given prison time credit for 91 days she spent hospitalized for psychiatric reasons will be the focus of a hearing Oct. 1.
Sept. 18 3:45 p.m. |
EDITORIAL: Two simultaneous events this week showed how the statistical world connects to the real universe.
Reader submission: “I’m a highly educated sous chef that works at the Port O’ Call on the military base. I have cooked and catered to hundreds of admirals and have prepared Thanksgiving dinners for 1,500 sailors for the past five years. These fast-food jobs are a stepping stone to help you find a real job with a fair wage. You don’t deserve $15 an hour because I know how to cook and I only make $12.41 an hour.”
Sept. 18 12:32 p.m. |
After sitting out the 2013 season with a heart condition, Lake Forest senior Wes Janeck is back on the field with the Scouts.
Sept. 18 11:25 a.m. |