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The following items were taken from police reports: Wheaton •A purple "Pride in Preservation" lawn sign was taken from a front yard in the 1000 block of East Willow Avenue between noon on May 17 and 3:20 p.m. May 23. •A cell phone was taken...
Tags: Briarwood, Warrenville, Cell Phones, Prosecution, Harvard
Liberal arts skills Doug Oberhelman, CEO of Caterpillar Inc., says he "can't employ philosophers in manufacturing in the United States." I would suggest that that attitude is one of the problems facing his company and others. A liberal arts degree...
Brian Ewing Beckley, age 83, died on April 26, 2013, at MidMichigan Medical Center Gratiot in Alma, Mich. Brian was born on April 2, 1930, in Amble, Montcalm County, Mich., to Clifford and Marguerite Northon Beckley. He spent his early years on the...
The following items were compiled from police reports. Batavia •A 21-year-old Batavia woman was charged with retail theft after she was observed taking an item of clothing, two cosmetics and two perfumes valued at $148 at Kohl's, 251 N. Randall...
Tags: Prosecution, Theft, Menards, Kohl's, Homewood
The following items were taken from Wheaton, Glen Ellyn, West Chicago, Winfield and Warrenville police records. Wheaton •A tablet computer valued at $600 was taken from a car parked in the lot at 900 Roosevelt Road on March 22 sometime between...
Marjorie Forsyth 1927-2013 Marjorie Jane Rollman Forsyth, 85, passed away Thursday, Feb. 28, 2013. Born Oct. 2, 1927, in Ellwood City, Pa., she was a daughter of the late W. P. and Miriam Mundhenk Rollman. Mrs. Forsyth was a 39-year resident of...
South Bend Tribune ReportSOUTH BEND -- Kyle Zimmer, president and chief executive officer of First Book, a nonprofit organization that provides new books to children in need, will be the speaker at the Saint Mary's College commencement May 18. A total of 385 students will...
The following were obtained from police reports from the Batavia and St. Charles police departments. St. Charles Theft • A 2005 PT Cruiser was stolen from St. Charles Chrysler, 1611 E. Main St., between Feb. 13 and Feb. 27. The car was owned by...
The basketball season that carried so much promise and hope came to an end Wednesday night, when the Mooseheart Red Ramblers lost 70-67 to Chicagoland Jewish in a Class A sectional semifinal The Red Ramblers, led by three towering Sudanese boys, fell...
Tribune reporterAlthough the bacteria that causes Legionnaires’ disease – an illness blamed for the deaths of three Loop hotel guests this summer – was found Thursday in three far west suburban Batavia schools, district officials assured levels were low...
Special to the TribuneA woman who sparked a chain-reaction crash that killed a St. Charles couple and injured a dozen motorcyclists had her prison sentence reduced by a year today. But the judge who trimmed Alia Bernard’s prison sentence from 7 years to 6 rejected her...
Owners of backyard chickens are quick to rattle off the pros of keeping live poultry at home: a regular supply of tastier, healthier eggs, hours of entertainment watching the antics of friendly hens and a chance to experience a seemingly lost way of life....
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