It might be better to skip trick-or-treating this year — Halloween Friday is expected to be extremely cold and windy, with a chance of rain or even snow.
Oct. 30 1:20 p.m. |
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Based on a recent survey, the village of River Forest may resume a popular annual Junk Away Day that allows residents to rid themselves of heavy trash when they clean out their basements and attics.
Oct. 30 1:13 p.m. |
Rebecca R Bibbs
A small item that doesn’t cost very much money and that takes three seconds to apply can make a huge impact on a woman’s physical appearance.
Oct. 30 11 a.m. |
Judyth Vary Baker, the former purported lover of Lee Harvey Oswald and author of two books on the topic, will present a talk at 7 p.m. Nov. 6 at the Clarendon Hills Public Library, 7 N. Prospect Ave.
Oct. 29 5:04 p.m. |
With Election Day less than a week away, Cook County Clerk David Orr sent out a reminder that five polling places have been changed in Oak Park.
Citing rising costs and low enrollment, Cardinal Francis George has said some Archdiocese Schools will be closed or consolidated.
Oct. 29 1:02 p.m. |
Felony Franks, a former Chicago hot dog joint that offers jobs to ex-convicts, is putting the finishing touches on a new location in Oak Park.
Oct. 28 6:38 p.m. |
Although over an hour late Tuesday, students and staff at Triton College waited to hear the news Gov. Pat Quinn had for them. And he was well received when he finally arrived to applause from everyone in the room, especially college students surrounding the podium where the governor and other politicians would speak.
Oct. 28 6:18 p.m. |
Art and commerce often combine. Someone had the bright idea of making action figures of the two main "Breaking Bad" characters, Walter White and Jesse Pinkman. Then someone had the not-so-bright idea of selling them at Toys R Us.
Oct. 28 6 p.m. |