Joe Henricksen and Michael O’Brien’s weekly look at Chicago area high school basketball. This week we give our Two Takes and take a look back at the Public League tournament and the City-Suburban Showdown. Also some talk about the best teams in state history and a look at the week ahead.
No Shot Clock, Ep. 57: Big weekend review
After getting taunted by Aaron Rodgers, the Bears now face a red-hot Brady, who surely has vengeance on his mind after his costly brain cramp in the Bucs’ 20-19 loss to the Bears last year.
Fans gathered in Millennium Park and along the Michigan Avenue parade route to celebrate the team’s first title.
City official should be fired, 2 others punished for coal plant implosion debacle in Little Village, watchdog report says
The discipline recommendations come in a scathing report by the outgoing inspector general about the demolition that left a community covered in dust.
Internal investigation of botched police raid stymied by mayor’s launch of parallel probe, former inspector general says
Ferguson said his investigators interviewed "almost three dozen people" and reviewed "tens of thousands of pages of emails and other government records." But with so much information kept from him, he said, he couldn’t recommend any disciplinary action.
The Sky players and their fans have been having a good time celebrating the franchise’s first championship Tuesday in Chicago.
It’s time for cozy warmth and slow-cook food days, with the aromas of meat and spice wafting through the house.