Naperville Bears? Team exploring move to the western suburb, fearing potential Arlington Heights stadium is ‘at risk’
The proposal from Naperville comes as talks with Arlington Heights have stalled amid disagreements between the team and surrounding suburbs about taxing and school districts. The Bears vowed to keep working with Arlington Heights, but said “it is no longer our singular focus.”
Ex-priest, who left after sex abuse accusations, settlements, not among 451 predatory clergy Kwame Raoul’s investigation turned up
John D. Murphy, a former Augustinian priest, isn’t on any public list of abusers. The attorney general’s investigation didn’t name him. The Archdiocese of Chicago settled claims over Murphy but doesn’t include him on its list. And his Catholic religious order refuses to name abusive clergy.
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Ald. Walter Burnett says nothing nefarious about how he spent unaccounted for $165K — otherwise, ‘I’d be in jail’
“My accountant and my lawyers are working on that. It’s fine. It hasn’t gone anywhere. We’ve just got to reconcile it. And it will be reconciled,” Burnett said Thursday.
The Cubs’ last homestand sent mixed messages.
Taylor Swift performs three sold-out shows at Soldier Field this weekend. Doors will open at 4:30 p.m. for the 6:30 p.m. performances on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
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Isaac ‘Redd’ Holt, Chicago jazz legend and member of the original Ramsey Lewis Trio and Young-Holt Unlimited, dies at 91
Mr. Holt, who grew up on the West Side, became a jazz legend in the 1960s and ’70s playing in a number of groups. He also played a regular gig at the East Bank Club for 20 years until the pandemic lockdown.
Karma is a cat, and you can get your own furry friend this weekend for just $13.
Historically, democracy always has been sustained, and nurtured by rational deliberation. If our habits of communication don’t change, what happens to this great experiment we call the United States?
The man who just won reelection as Turkey’s president appeals heavily, like Trump, to rural, less educated and more religious voters, with a simplistic but incendiary message of national pride and traditional values.
Migrants follow news of tragedies, like the fatal fire in a Ciudad Juárez detention center, but they’re not deterred in their desire to reach the U.S., a Cornell University researcher writes.
Adelmann will retire from his position as president and CEO of the urban conservation organization.
Officers dispatched to the scene Thursday night exchanged fire with a gunman in custody, Chicago police say.
The 6-year-old cries in class, has to go home after magician’s lesson on the hazards of substance abuse.
His wife Joanne also did hair. Their sons swept up. Their daughter did makeup. Many relatives and friends worked there during the 25 years the family operated the business.
The two-time NBA MVP finished with 27 points, 14 assists and 10 rebounds for the Nuggets, who waited 47 years to make the finals and didn’t disappoint.
Federal judge rules author of ‘Weight Loss Secrets “They” Don’t Want You To Know’ can remain free, and working, to pay off $37 million judgment.
Niolis Collazo, 23, was a freshman volleyball coach at a Waukegan public school. She was driving home when she was shot and killed, police said.
The teen was standing near the street in the 6300 block of South Ashland Avenue when he was shot late Thursday afternoon, police said.
Mary Richardson-Lowry, a teacher’s daughter, served as Chicago building commissioner, then school board president under former Mayor Richard M. Daley. Now, she is Mayor Brandon Johnson’s choice for one of the most trusted and sensitive positions in city government.
Kane, 34, has been dealing with a nagging hip injury that hampered him over the past year with the Blackhawks and then down the stretch and in the playoffs with the New York Rangers.
Choose Chicago said that with high-profile events coming this summer, the city’s comeback from pandemic shutdowns remains on track.
We have already spent millions on youth programs, a Humboldt Park reader writes. Let me ask: How has that worked out?
69-year-old mother of 5 killed in crossfire in Auburn Gresham: ‘How does this happen to somebody like my mom?’
As Gale Stephen drove through the neighborhood, someone began firing toward a nearby gas station, and the 69-year-old was caught in the crossfire.
Eight-year-old Cooper was left paralyzed from the waist down after the Highland Park July 4 parade shooting.
Ald. Walter Burnett expected to be stuck in the political wilderness. Instead, he became vice-mayor, with a $400,000 budget, keeping the staff he had as chair of the Committee on Pedestrian and Traffic Safety.
Now that the 19 Bally Sports-branded RSNs are under the control of Diamond Sports Group, Sinclair didn’t need Stadium anymore. Bulls and Sox owner Jerry Reinsdorf just might.
During the robbery, the man showed a gun, threatened an employee’s life and threw decorative rocks at a teller window, officials said.
You can enjoy an ocean-themed drag show at the Shedd or mingle at other mixers to kickoff Pride Month in Chicago.
Fast action is vital if Washington is to meet next Monday’s deadline when Treasury has said the U.S. will start running short of cash to pay its bills, risking a devastating default.