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  1. Oak Brook financial advisor appointed college unit captainRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 25 | Daily Herald

    "The ambition of the Northwestern Mutual internship program has been less to sell product than to develop people," said Chad McQuade, JD, CLU® wealth management advisor and managing director of the Oak Brook district office of Northwestern Mutual-Chicago. "We look forward to Kevin taking an active role in our goal to empower students for personal and professional growth through the internship experience," he added.

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  2. Chicago Sky moving games from suburbs to new arena in cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 25 | Daily Herald

    The Chicago Sky will leave Rosemont's Allstate Arena to play in a new arena near downtown Chicago for the 2018 season, Chicago officials announced Tuesday. The WNBA team has played the past eight summer seasons at Allstate Arena in Rosemont.

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  3. Chicago Sky leaving Rosemont for new DePaul stadiumRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 25 | Daily Herald

    After eight seasons at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, the Chicago Sky will return to Chicago next year, following former Rosemont co-tenant DePaul to a new stadium near McCormick Place. The board of the Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority, the city-state agency that runs McCormick Place, voted Tuesday to approve a five-year agreement with the women's basketball franchise, which will begin playing home games at the new Wintrust Arena in May 2018.

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  4. Gunman who shot Chicago police officer still at largeRead the original story

    Monday Jul 24 | Daily Herald

    Chicago police say they are searching for the gunman who wounded an officer last week following an attempted store robbery. The two men being held in the botched robbery Friday of a cellphone store were ordered held Monday without bond on attempted first-degree murder charges.

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  5. Sound check: Incubus, Jimmy Eat World play Tinley ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 24 | Daily Herald

    Incubus' third album, "Make Yourself," pushed the hardworking California band into the spotlight, with a solid blend of introspective nu metal-edged alternative rock hits and the surprisingly tender ballad "Drive." The band's visit to Tinley Park's Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre is a great pairing with Jimmy Eat World , which found success skating along the edge between alternative rock optimism and pop-punk angst.

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  6. Itasca cleaning up after major storm damageRead the original story

    Monday Jul 24 | Daily Herald

    The plans, power, personnel and machinery are in place to help Itasca clean up from a strong and violent storm that downed trees and damaged homes across the village of 8,600 people. "It's just a matter of getting out here every day and applying ourselves to get the town back into good shape," Robert O'Connor, police chief and interim village administrator, said Monday.

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  7. Downers Grove firm named leasing agent for O'Hare OfficesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 24 | Daily Herald

    Cawley Chicago has been named exclusive leasing agent for O'Hare Offices, a three building, 450,000-square-foot office property portfolio that includes the property at 1011 Touhy Avenue. Cawley Chicago has been named exclusive leasing agent for O'Hare Offices, a three building, 450,000-square-foot office property portfolio that includes the property at 999 Touhy Avenue.

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  8. Chicago preparing to mark Picasso statue's 50th anniversaryRead the original story

    Sunday Jul 23 | Daily Herald

    The untitled sculpture by Pablo Picasso is usually referred to simply as "The Picasso ." The city plans to celebrate its anniversary on Aug. 8 by re-enacting the 1967 unveiling of the Spanish artist's work.

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  9. Few US cities mandate sprinklers in old residential towersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 23 | Daily Herald

    In this July 14, 2017 file photo, firefighters on several balconies spray water upwards while trying to contain a fire at the Marco Polo apartment complex in Honolulu. Across the United States, there is a mixed bag of laws on whether older high-rise apartment buildings must install fire sprinklers that weren't required when the towers were first built.

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  10. Bank robber strikes in RosemontRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 23 | Daily Herald

    Authorities say this man robbed a Rosemont bank Saturday afternoon. He's believed to be the same person wanted for similar bank heists in Woodridge, Elgin and Buffalo Grove.

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  11. What flood control projects did to stem tide of stormwatersRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 22 | Daily Herald

    There's little that can be done to completely prevent flooding in the suburbs, experts say, especially when there's a ferocity and frequency of storms like the ones that have ravaged the northern suburbs this month. But were it not for millions of dollars worth of flood control infrastructure that's been built in recent years, they say, things could have been a lot worse.

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  12. Sunday picks: Andrew Bird takes the stage at RaviniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 21 | Daily Herald

    Cheer on Chicago-area singer-songwriter Andrew Bird when he makes his Ravinia Festival debut in a concert that also features Grammy Award-winner Esperanza Spalding and the popular marching band Mucca Pazza on Sunday at the Ravinia Festival, 418 Sheridan Road, Highland Park. $65-$75 pavilion seating; $33-$38 lawn seating.

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  13. Ferguson releases email scandal details: gun sales, racist messagesRead the original story

    Monday Jul 17 | Daily Herald

    The son of a former Chicago alderman used his city email account to buy or sell firearms and cars and send hate-filled emails describing African-Americans as "wild animals." Inspector General Joe Ferguson uncovered the racist, sexist and homophobic emails circulating in the Department of Water Management while investigating allegations that now former District Superintendent Paul Hansen had used his city email account to sell guns, as the Chicago Sun-Times was first to report.

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  14. The Latest: Chicago Sun-Times owner vows independent pressRead the original story

    Jul 13, 2017 | Daily Herald

    Chicago Federation of Labor president Jorge Ramirez said at a Thursday news conference that he'll serve as chairman of the Sun-Times. ST Acquisition Holdings LLC, which includes a former Chicago alderman, has acquired the Sun-Times, the Chicago Reader, a website and production studio.

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  15. Comic-drama 'Hir' tackles abuse, transgender issues in Steppenwolf productionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 13, 2017 | Daily Herald

    Isaac tries to comprehend the changes at home spearheaded by his mother, Paige , in "Hir" at Chicago's Steppenwolf Theatre. Dysfunctional families are a mainstay of American theater.

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  16. Heartland Blood Centers issues critical appeal for donorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 13, 2017 | Daily Herald

    Heartland Blood Centers has issued a critical need for donors. It also needs to schedule 25 emergency blood drives within the next two weeks.

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  17. Lake County declared disaster area; sandbagging continuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 13, 2017 | Daily Herald

    As rain moves out of the area and roadways slowly start to reopen Thursday, record-setting floodwaters continue to rush in from the north, causing area rivers and lakes to rise near the bursting point. The flash floods Wednesday and the incoming river floods prompted Lake County Board Chairman Aaron Lawlor to declare the county a disaster area.

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  18. Theater events: Circle Theatre remounts prehistoric fable 'Triassic Parq'Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 13, 2017 | Daily Herald

    Circle Theatre remounts its 2015 play with music "Triassic Parq: The Musical," a prehistoric fable by Marshall Pailet, Bryce Norbitz and Steve Wargo about the upheaval that results when one dinosaur in a clan of females spontaneously turns male. Artistic director Nicholas Reinhart of Downers Grove choreographs the show, which he co-directs with Tommy Bullington.

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  19. Thunderstorms bring flash flooding to parts of Chicago areaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 12, 2017 | Daily Herald

    Mundelein, Ill., resident Jorge Calvillo removes a stray garbage can that floated into driveway Wednesday morning, July 12, 2017, after heavy rains caused flooding in the northwest suburbs of Chicago. City of Elgin, Ill., public works employees work to clear drains Wednesday morning, July 12, 2017, after drenching rains caused flooding in streets and homes.

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  20. Former Chicago actor revels in 'Something Rotten!' Shakespearean spoofRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 6, 2017 | Daily Herald

    Nostradamus , left, makes a grand entertainment prediction to struggling playwright Nick Bottom in "Something Rotten!" The national tour of the 2015 Broadway musical comedy makes its Chicago debut at the Oriental Theatre from Tuesday, July 11, through Sunday, July 23. The ensemble of "Something Rotten!" sings the opening number "Welcome to the Renaissance." The musical comedy makes its national touring debut at Chicago's Oriental Theatre.

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