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A Melrose Park man died early this morning, less than a day after a friend drove him to a west suburban hospital when he was shot in the Austin neighborhood, authorities said. Brian Moore, 29, of the 100 block of North 25th Avenue in Melrose Park, was...
About five years ago, John B. Sanfilippo & Son Inc., the producer of Fisher nuts and trail mixes, agreed to build a headquarters and state-of-the-art processing facility in Elgin rather than head out of state. In exchange for $5 million in state tax...
Tags: Employment, Human Interest, Rod Blagojevich, Pat Quinn, Politics
TribLocal - Bolingbrook » NewsCostco, the long-awaited wholesale retailer, is scheduled to open its doors in Bolingbrook on Thursday. The store at 830 E. Boughton Road will be open …...
Former Bellwood administrator Roy McCampbell once compared red-light cameras to a lottery or casino — a "guaranteed amount of money." But as the cameras reduce the number of drivers who roll through red lights, the number of $100 fines is also...
June 16--The Citizens Utility Board (CUB) will alert consumers to a new online service that could slash energy bills, give them facts on efficiency incentives of up to $1,500, and explain how Melrose Park is a national pioneer in testing "smart-grid"...
(WGN-AM)- A 3-year-old boy died Monday in Northwest Suburban Norridge in what police are calling a "tragic accident" after the boy's mother may have accidentally struck him with her car, police said today. Diego Presa of Melrose Park was pronounced...
Tags: Chicago Tribune, Vehicles, WGN, Norridge, Death
Tribune staff reporterWhile courtroom arguments in the case of Alex McLeczynsky will focus on alleged payoffs in the Illinois bribes-for-driver's licenses scandal, his complaint-studded record as a truck driving instructor helps document another of the scandal's recurring...
Tribune Staff WritersFederal authorities said Tuesday that $150,000 in bribes were passed in an alleged truck-license selling scandal and that tens of thousands of dollars ended up in the campaign fund of Secretary of State George Ryan, the Republican nominee for governor....
Tribune staff reporterIn a major expansion of the license-selling probe at the Illinois secretary of state's office, federal authorities indicted six people Tuesday and alleged that more than 250 unqualified applicants obtained licenses to drive trucks at the McCook facility...
Tribune staff reporterA federal grand jury on Tuesday indicted Dean Bauer, the main anti-corruption official for George Ryan when he was secretary of state, on charges of racketeering and obstruction of justice, accusing him of repeatedly covering up misconduct to protect...
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