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Local News For Country Club Hills, Illinois

Saturday, February 13, 2016


Chicago Tribune

'Glue guy' Bernie Coderre big as H-F closes in on conference title
Chicago Tribune
Tyler DeMartra took care of the heavy work early and late. Jeffrey Boyd popped some big 3-pointers. Cameron Bowles took the hits and made a bunch of free throws. But one of the key figures in Homewood-Flossmoor's 65-54 victory Friday over host Joliet ...
Early deficit too much for Joliet West boys basketball team to overcome vs. HFThe Herald-News

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Oak Forest agrees to Starbucks near Metra station
Chicago Tribune
The Oak Forest City Council approved plans for a new Starbucks' café near the Metra train station -- regarded as an entryway to the south suburb's Cicero Avenue business district. The council on Tuesday voted 5-0 to approve ordinances related to the ...


Chicago Tribune

Point guard Joey Hudson engineers Rich Central's upset of Crete-Monee
Chicago Tribune
Don't forget about Joey Hudson. The senior point guard provided the missing piece to Rich Central's winning puzzle Friday night. The 5-foot-10 Hudson scored 15 points, including a perfect 5-for-5 performance from the free-throw line, to lift the host ...


Chicago Tribune

Tinley Park apartment review could be done in 40 days
Chicago Tribune
Rendering of The Reserve, a planned apartment building that has sparked controversy in Tinley Park. Rendering of The Reserve, a planned apartment building that has sparked controversy in Tinley Park. (Courtesy of Michael Nolan). Mike NolanDaily ...


Chicago Tribune

Chicago Heights hospital closure shines light on changes to regulation
Chicago Tribune
Chicago Heights Mayor David Gonzalez says he suspects a change in state law opened the door for Franciscan St. James Health to close its hospital in his city, an assertion the health system denies. Chicago Heights Mayor David Gonzalez says he suspects ...

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Chicago Tribune

Emanuel tries to resurrect O'Hare express train plan
Chicago Tribune
Inbound and outbound CTA Blue Line trains pass each other near the Cumberland Avenue Station on Feb. 5, 2015. Inbound and outbound CTA Blue Line trains pass each other near the Cumberland Avenue Station on Feb. 5, 2015. (Antonio Perez / Chicago ...
Emanuel pushing O'Hare high-speed rail — without Block 37 stationChicago Sun-Times
Emanuel seeks fast takeoff for O'Hare express train serviceCrain's Chicago Business (blog)
The PI Week In ReviewProgress Illinois
Chicago Sun-Times
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Chicago Tribune

Maurice Commander masterfully directs Marist past Joliet Catholic
Chicago Tribune
Marist's Maurice Commander launches the deep three point shot against St. Rita in a late January game. Marist's Maurice Commander launches the deep three point shot against St. Rita in a late January game. (Gary Middendorf / Daily Southtown).


Johnny Lattner, a Heisman Trophy winner and Fenwick standout, dies
Chicago Tribune
Johnny Lattner, the only Chicago native to win the Heisman Trophy and one of Fenwick High School's greatest athletes, died Friday, Feb. 12, after a battle with cancer. John Joseph "Johnny" Lattner, 83, won the award given to college football's most ...

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Chicago Tribune

Budget impasse taking toll on Naperville governments, schools, service agencies
Chicago Tribune
Because of the state budget impasse, North Central College is still waiting to be paid the Monetary Award Program grant money award to nearly a third of its students, officials said. Because of the state budget impasse, North Central College is still ...


Chicago Daily Herald

New College of DuPage trustee named, breaking deadlock
Chicago Daily Herald
College of DuPage's newest trustee says he was encouraged by "reform-minded individuals" to seek the position and break a 3-3 deadlock on the board that ground business to a halt at the state's largest community college. David S. Olsen, a Downers Grove ...
Downers Grove official to join College of DuPage boardChicago Tribune
College of DuPage – Official appointment made – ICCB appoints David Olsen as COD Trustee –Edgar County Watchdogs
Downers Grove commissioner named to College of DuPage boardSuburban Life Publications

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