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Mary Maurine Melville Ahart, 89, of Danville, died Monday, Oct. 10, 2011. Born Sept. 17, 1922, in Sydney, Iowa to the late Harvey and Suzie Tillman Melville, she was the widow of Harold George Ahart. She was a data processor for Blue Cross Blue Shield...
Tags: Baptist, Religion and Belief, Christianity, Bradley
Daily American Staff Writer, @DAAlyssaCChainsaw carvers from across the country will share their talent at the 10th annual National Road Chainsaw Carving Festival in Addison June 13-15. The carvers come from as far away as Kentucky, Illinois, upstate New York and Georgia. But the local talent...
When Chinese President Xi Jinping talked with President Barack Obama this weekend, it brought back memories of last fall's presidential campaign. Remember the contentious prime-time debates? The endless attack ads? What I remember, as a voice for U.S....
Tags: Elections, Xi Jinping, Car Parts, South Holland, Lisle
A California man fell onto the third rail and was electrocuted early this morning at the Addison Red Line stop in Wrigleyville, authorities said. The man, identified as Otis Carmichael, 44, of West Covina, California, was declared dead at 2:16 a.m. at...
Tags: Accidental Death, Wrigleyville
The following items were taken from police reports: Hinsdale •A 23-year-old Clarendon Hills man was observed to be under the influence of alcohol while walking in the 600 block of West 55th Street on May 22. He was in possession of a sandwich bag...
Tags: Drug Trafficking, Theft, Apple iPad, Kohl's, Prosecution
Ahmed, Amr, 23, of Main Street, Mishawaka, and Sima Abuaziz, 20, of East Catalpa Drive, Mishawaka. Beadin, James, 86, and Beverly Thomas-Hosea, 55, both of North Studebaker Street, South Bend. Bonek, Ryan, 28, of Waywood Court, Granger, and Martina...
A Buffalo Grove-based company is sending 7,000 bottles of water to the victims of the Oklahoma City-area tornado. The water is "not a lot in the wake of the massive devastation, but we believe it is something that will be useful to them and we hope...
Baltimore-based technology company Barcoding Inc. said Wednesday it has acquired Lake Zurich, Ill.,-based Miles Technologies Inc. for an undisclosed amount in a move to increase its presence in the central United States. The Baltimore company sells bar-...
Tribune reporterAuthorities are questioning a parolee in connection with a shooting in the Wrigleyville neighborhood over the weekend, police said. No charges have been filed as of Monday afternoon, police said, but authorities are questioning a 26-year-old man who...
Dozens of cars spun out on area highways overnight as snow and cold winds glazed area bridges and highways. Most of the crashes did not result in serious injuries, police said. Close to 20 cars crashed on toll roads, Illinois State Police Sgt. Anton...
Tags: Highway Transportation
Channel 2 NewsAnother musher has scratched from Alaska's Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. Iditarod officials say rookie Charley Bejna from Addison, Ill., scratched between the checkpoints of Unalakleet and Shaktoolik Wednesday. Officials say Bejna made the decision in...
A six-story, 78-foot-tall parking garage proposed for Elmhurst's central business district was strongly opposed last week by a line of speakers who spent 31/2 hours telling Zoning and Planning Commission members why they should reject the project....
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