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Speak Out reader opinion: Alcohol should not be a part of yoga
Pilot dies after plane crashes in Ford Heights, hits light pole and vehicle, officials say
Mia Nutile keeps Oak Forest on an unbeaten course: ‘The individual wins are fun, but I really love when we get those team wins.’
Will County bars, restaurants headed back to restrictions on indoor service
Column: Dirt flies as Calumet City feud threatens to sink into ugly political brawl
Southland crime: A roundup of police reports from throughout the area
Pets of the week
Southtowners: Beverly residents serve despite COVID obstacles, more
Pritzker announces tighter restrictions for Kane, DuPage, Will, Kankakee counties, as COVID-19 surges
Comings & Goings: Doc’s Smokehouse shuts down in Mokena; banks closing branches
Boys cross country notes: Eisenhower ‘put in the work,’ edges Richards for program’s first conference championship since 1962-63 season
Disabato: Crete-Monee’s Trayvon Rudolph came to Northern Illinois as a preferred walk-on. With one catch, he had a scholarship in his hands.
Jim Durkin seeks reelection in 82nd District against newcomer Kassem Moukahal
Orland Park police officers to wear body cameras in pilot program
Southland voters face long lines on first day of Cook County expanded early voting: ‘It was worth the wait’
'If you can’t stand up, stand out’: Sandburg student wins national Heart of the Arts Award
Girls swimming notes: Cheerleaders Elizabeth Gbabiri and Jill Magafas took up diving as sophomores. Now, they cheer each other on for Stagg.
Daily Southtown local scores and schedules for Wednesday, Oct. 21
Speak Out reader opinion: Town hall moderators were both anti-Trump
Area business groups harness Halloween themes in effort to drive shoppers back into small shops
Embattled video gambling owner was in line for $2.5 million, taxpayer-funded windfall by flipping land. Now it’s off the table.
IHSA to allow athletes in spring and summer sports to play for travel teams simultaneously; details on winter season could come Oct. 28
Patriarch gets probation, home detention, in sports gambling scheme allegedly involving Casey Urlacher
Illinois community colleges see big drop in enrollment amid the coronavirus pandemic, reflecting national declines in higher education
For first time in nearly 20 years, Cook County opens suburban housing voucher waitlist. At least 10K people already applied.