Things To Do
This season, kick it up a notch and do something good for your “sole” by giving your old shoes a much-needed makeover.
Oct. 1 4:20 p.m. |
Dear Help Squad, The Village of Skokie did construction on our street this summer. On July 10, they accidentally hit a gas pipe. Nicor was called; they came out and told us a tree had to be removed to fix the pipe.
Sept. 29 11 a.m. |
Left tackle Mike Erskine and left guard Kevin Jarvis used their quickness, size and strength to manhandle Glenbrook South's undersized defensive front Friday.
Sept. 27 1:10 a.m. |
Eric Van Dril
A new IHSA rule on yellow cards designed to curb hostile play in boys soccer is drawing the ire of area coaches.
Sept. 26 3:26 p.m. |
When running back Munkh Bayer broke his leg, more pressure was put on Woody Corey to produce on offense. He even shifted to quarterback against Niles West.
Nikitas earned medalist honors in duals against Evanston and Maine South and took fourth at the Naperville Central Invite.
Sept. 25 11:28 a.m. |
Loyola coach Mark Chang said the Ramblers wouldn’t be where they are this season without Stadler, a 5-foot-6 junior libero.
Sept. 25 10:02 a.m. |
Lulek made the switch to defense before his junior year. Now a senior captain, Lulek "anchors" the Blue Demons' defense, according to coach Jeff Bishop.
Sept. 25 9:41 a.m. |
For 50 years, Jim Peterik has been a staple of the Chicago-area music scene. He first hit it big with the Berwyn-based band the Ides of March and their brassy single “Vehicle,” before co-founding Survivor, best known for its anthemic “Eye of the Tiger."
Sept. 25 6 a.m. |
Robert K. Elder
The wait for paperless ticketing on Metra trains will continue after the program has been delayed again.
Sept. 23 4:14 p.m. |
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