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With extensive leadership experience overseeing and teaching health education programs, Jared Deane is well-suited to serve as the new Dean of Nursing and Health Sciences... [Read More]
Reading the Opinion page of July 28, I'd like to chime in with an opinion of my own. As a person who has voted the... [Read More]
In his letter of July 24, Gerald Gagnon claimed wrongly that Trump had nothing to do with the creation of the Warp Speed program which... [Read More]
To the voters of Illinois Congressional District 16: As a fellow "heartlander" in Cincinnati, I wish to applaud your decision to elect, several times... [Read More]
Last week, I was at the Chicago O'Hare Airport to pick up my nephew's wife and her trainer from Denmark. She had qualified for the... [Read More]
In response to the letter to the editor of July 26 from John Morello, the heading is correct: "Facts of January 6 riot cannot be... [Read More]
1) Not enough money was spent: Don't believe that. 2) The Germans and Japanese were just better material: Don't like that, either; or 3) The... [Read More]
Ellen Roberts, an administrative management executive with extensive experience in the corporate and higher education arenas, is the new vice president for administrative affairs at... [Read More]
College of DuPage interior design alumna Valerie Jardon was one of three local designers to bring the nonprofit organization Project Color Corps to the Chicago... [Read More]
Here is the Olympic TV schedule for Saturday for events that feature suburban athletes: 1 a.m.: Men's volleyball, USA vs. Brazil, Thomas Jaeschke of... [Read More]
Two Kane County high school seniors tackled climate change while participating in the fourth annual Exelon Foundation STEM Leadership Academy for 60 female students from... [Read More]
College of DuPage students Lashawna Harris, Leiyoko Haynes and Mitchell Ludewig are gaining crucial practical experience through prestigious summer internships at Argonne National Laboratory. ... [Read More]
The Wayne Township office, 27W031 North Ave. in West Chicago, is hosting a reuse/recycle/shred event on Saturday, Aug. 7 from 10 a.m. to noon. ... [Read More]
There was a fight for first place throughout the race on Friday, and the United States was right there at the end. But in... [Read More]
Jose Abreu is the unquestioned leader of the White Sox, a fact that was cemented even more Friday night at Guaranteed Rate Field. Up... [Read More]
So many hungry mouths to feed, and so little room to do it in. That's the challenge of the bird nursery at the Willowbrook... [Read More]
There was a fight for first place throughout the race on Friday, and the United States was right there at the end. But in... [Read More]
The tables have turned in Chicago baseball, this time in the White Sox's favor. That wasn't the case four years ago, when the Sox... [Read More]
It's been a long time since the Cubs have had so much roster turnover. To make things easier, here's a rundown of the 11 players... [Read More]
There are retooling projects, and then there's taking a sledgehammer to a team's most successful lineup in modern history. Deadline Day became Demolition Day... [Read More]
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