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In his job overseeing two small school districts in affluent Lake Forest, Harry Griffith was among the highest paid public school administrators in the state, bringing in $362,000 last academic year alone. And on top of his regular earnings, Griffith...
Special to the TribuneA Will County judge has issued a warrant for the arrest of a former Lincoln-Way Central High School teacher who allegedly made a threatening phone call to a school district official. Will County State's Attorney Spokesman Charles Pelkie said Wednesday...
Tags: Punishment, Trials, Crimes, Politics, Interior Policy
Nine people have filed to run for four open seats on the seven-member Wheaton Warrenville Community Unit School District 200 board. One of the four incumbent trustees, Andy Johnson, a former president of the board who had served on the board since 1997,...
Attorney Mark Pearlstein was an expert on community association law, a primary author of recently enacted Illinois legislation to regulate and license community association property managers and for 24 years wrote the Sunday "Condo Adviser" column for the...
Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago and the University of California at Los Angeles recently created a light-sensitive molecule that they say could help restore vision lost in degenerative eye diseases, such as macular degeneration, and...
NANGALE, Tanzania — Only about half the dogs Anna Czupryna is studying in Tanzania have names. Dogs are different here. They are foragers and night watchmen who are treated more like livestock than pets. But when the dogs of north-central Tanzania...
Although drinking too much alcohol impairs judgment and motor skills, intoxicated trauma-center patients also appear to be less likely to have potentially fatal problems such as heart and renal failure, a statistical study by a University of Illinois at...
As a kid growing up on the Southwest Side, Colleen Wagner Coughlin had a thing for animals. Gerbils and other small, furry critters populated the family home. "I always loved animals as pets, but it was how they reproduced — I didn't even know the...
RedEyeHey, Chicago, the Lakers want you to come watch them play basketball. In the Loop. No, Kobe Bryant and Co. haven't relocated. But Roosevelt University’s men’s and women’s basketball teams will christen their new Lillian and Larry...
On a recent sunny fall afternoon, students from Lake View High School streamed out of a nearby convenience store munching after-school snacks. Some bought cookies and snack cakes. Others got soft drinks and candy. But the majority walked out of Touchdown...
Tribune staff reporterAs America's banking system began to freeze in mid-2008, Juan Rangel's nonprofit United Neighborhood Organization was in trouble. Because of a gubernatorial funding veto, the Latino group, which runs one of Chicago's largest charter school networks,...
University of Illinois at Chicago police today warned of the robbery of a student late Thursday just west of the school's main campus, a week after a student was robbed about two blocks away. The student was robbed on Polk Street near Oakley Boulevard...
Tags: Students, Theft, Teaching and Learning
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