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Sportscaster Chet Coppock Dies After Car Crash Near Hilton Head Island, S.C. on April 11, 2019

Sportscaster and author Chet Coppock died Wednesday April 17, 2019 following injuries he suffered outside Hilton Head Island, South Carolina near Savannah, Georgia, according to his daughter Lyndsey Coppock. Chet Coppock, known as the Godfather of Sports,” worked in television, radio and print in Chicago, Indianapolis and New York. He was known for his warm […]

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Author of Book on the Life of Ernie Banks, Ron Rapoport Recalls ‘Mr. Cubs’ Pain at Never Playing in World Series

Former Chicago Sun-Times columnist and book author Ron Rapoport said not making it to the World Series would haunt Ernie Banks for the rest of his life. Let’s Play Two: The Legend of Mr. Cub, the Life of Ernie Banks Hardcover (Published March 26, 2019) is the definitive and revealing biography of Chicago Cubs legend […]

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Fulbright Scholar Rachel Jacoby Finds Purpose Teaching English in Kuala Perlis, Malaysia

Channeling her grandfather’s journey to the United States from Nazi Germany, Rachel Jacoby said her opportunity as a Fulbright Scholar in Malaysia is her chance to give back to the world. Jacoby, a 2018 graduate of Gies College of Business (Accouncy/Business Administration), is spending this year in the Malaysian fishing village of Kuala Perlis teaching […]

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Dog Named “Lucky” Rescued From Iraq Arrives In Chicago For Medical Treatment

A United Airlines flight arrived in Chicago Friday night carrying some precious cargo — an adorable dog named Lucky that just arrived from Iraq. A dog, whose front legs are affected by neglect in Iraq, was transported to Chicago in an emotional rescue effort. MORE INFO BELOW ADS … ^^ MOBILE? USE VOICE MIC ^^ […]

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Fond Farewell For Illinois State Trooper Gerald Ellis in Lake County

Hundreds gathered to pay their final respects to Trooper Gerald Ellis, killed last weekend when a wrong-way driver hit his vehicle. Visitation for Illinois State Trooper Gerald Ellis was 2 to 8 p.m. Thursday April 4, 2019 at the James Lumber Center for the Performing Arts at the College of Lake County, 19351 W. Washington […]

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Donald Schroeder, Founding Member of Shelter, Inc. Memorial Service in April in Bella Vista, AK; and Celebration in Arlington Heights in August

Director of Fine & Performing Arts at Prospect High and Director of Pupil Personnel Services at Arlington Former student counselor at Arlington High School, Don Schroeder died the same week as two colleagues — former Arlington Principal John Rowe and former Athletic Director Russ Attis mid-March. A local celebration of Don Schroeder’s life is being […]

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Will the Puppy Walk? You Will Want to Find Out

A woman took a puppy even though it couldn’t walk. She even took the puppy for an MRI to find out why the puppy couldn’t walk. Watch the video to find out what happened. Congratulations to this woman. This woman fell in love with a puppy who couldn't walk 💕 pic.twitter.com/8VfxDudLpj — The Dodo (@dodo) […]

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Help USA Troops Getting Ready for Comfort Box Project in April 2019; Seeks Help from Community Members

USA Troops Group at Packing Party in 2017 with Sean Lewis, WGN News reporting. In the Spring of each year, the Hedrick family and the family of LCPL James Stack, USMC, Killed in Action, Nov 10, 2010, organize a Chicago-wide project to send comfort items to our troops overseas. The group is called HELP USA […]

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Arlene J. Mulder Community Room at New Arlington Heights Police Station Named After Former Mayor of Arlington Heights

Former Arlington Heights Mayor Arlene J. Mulder was honored with the naming of the community room at the new police station at 200 East Sigwalt Street. Mulder was honored during an open house at the new police station Saturday, March 16, 2019. During the ceremony a veil covering the sign for the Arlene J. Mulder […]

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Last Athletic Director at Arlington High School Dies at 95, Russ Attis, 1923-2019

Russ Attis, the last Athletic Director to serve at Arlington High School (1922-1984), died on Saturday morning March 16, 2019 — two days after John Rowe, the last Principal to serve at Arlington High school, died on Thursday night March 14. Attis, who could do more pull-ups than most high school students, and ate oatmeal […]

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Bad Things Do Come in Threes for Arlington High School This Week: Russ Attis, John Rowe, Don Schroeder Die in 2019

Some are quick to point out that bad things come in threes; and apparently the expression rings true in the past week for friends and family of Arlington High School (1922-1984). Russ Attis, the last Athletic Director to serve at Arlington High School, has died on Saturday morning March 16, 2019 — two days after […]

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John Rowe, Last Principal at Arlington High School Through ‘Class to the Last’ Dies at Age 92

John Rowe, the last high school principal to serve the students and parents at Arlington High School, died Thursday March 14, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. He was a leader of positive thoughts when Township High School District 214’s need to close a high school split the community from 1981 to 1984. Arlington High School was […]

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