A new school year begins Thursday in Community Consolidated School District 181 serving the Hinsdale area, but a labor dispute between teacher and the school board underlies it all.
They only dated for a few weeks, but 2 1/2 years later Dmitry Smirnov was still so angry about their break-up that he stalked and murdered his former girlfriend, Jitka Vesel.
After sifting through about one million applications, McDonald’s hired hired more than 60,000 workers nationwide, and over 1,000 in Chicagoland, in conjunction with its National Hiring Day earlier this month.
Prosecutors say a 20-year-old Canadian man used high-tech tools to stalk his former girlfriend and track her to Oak Brook, where he fatally shot her Wednesday.
Dmitry Smirnov, 20, of Surrey, British Columbia, was charged with the Thursday shooting death of a Westmont woman he met online.
In suburban elections, there were a number of upsets and incumbents getting the heave-ho.
If you’re looking for a job, McDonalds is hanging out the “help wanted” sign.
Former Gov. Rod Blagojevich told hundreds of high school students on Saturday that they should get involved in politics, even though he hopes his own kids stay away from it.
A published report says Francis Cardinal George is expected to submit his resignation to the Pope early next year when he turns 75, as a formality.
The Fire and Police Commission in west suburban Oak Brook voted unanimously Saturday to fire Officer Stephen Peterson from the force.
After a series of delays, Drew Peterson’s police officer son is expected to learn Saturday if he will keep his job on the Oak Brook force.
One person suffered minor injuries when a car hit a wall and burst into flames, after colliding with a semi Monday morning on the Ronald Reagan Memorial Tollway.
The village president of west suburban Oak Brook regularly decries the public pension gravy train, but now an investigation finds he and his wife are riding it.
When you head out to the mall this weekend for holiday shopping, don’t be tempted to park in handicapped spots.