Posts Tagged ‘ Chicago ’

Loyola Defeats GT Rams 49-40

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February 9, 2013

Loyola Academy pulled a 49-40 Catholic League win from the revived Gordon Tech Rams.
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Bengals Notch Win over Parker

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January 14, 2013

The St. Benedict Bengals girls basketball team put together yet another win Thursday. The Bengals (11-4) defeated the Francis Parker Colonels 58-36 at St. Benedict in a non-conference matchup. The Bengals broke things open in the second half, outscoring the Colonels 15-3 in the fourth quarter. Senior center Annie Tang knew her team had...
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***Update: Mell Hesitates ***Mell to Step Aside For Daughter: Sun-Times

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January 4, 2013

Ald. Dick Mell plans to step aside. Mell's daughter Deb is expected to be named to the vacant seat
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St Gregory’s High to Close

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December 10, 2012

St Gregory the Great High School, located in the Andersonville neighborhood, is set to close at the end of the year. The school has about 100 students, according to reports to the city and independent web sites such as Great Schools. "After months of prayer and thoughtful consideration," the school says in a post...
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Fifth CD Candidates Debate

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November 5, 2012

Illinois Fifth Congressional District candidates met in a debate moderated by the League of Women Voters
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St. Bens’ Successful Season Comes to an End

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October 31, 2012

The St Benedict Lady Bengals volleyball reached IHSA sectionals before ending their season. Led by senior Alexis Genge, the team says it met its goals.
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Lane Loses to Maine South in 8A Playoff

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October 31, 2012

Lane Tech was crushed in an 8A football playoff against Maine South. Maine South's Matt Alviti passed for 25 of 36 attempts, 5 TDs and 326 yards.
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Lane Defeats Amundsen in Regional Opener

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October 23, 2012

Lane Tech defeated Amundsen to advance in a regional opener.
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Part 4: Pride and Subversion

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October 20, 2012

The 47th Ward was the last ward in the city to elect an acknowledged Republican as alderman. It should have a strong Republican Party. What we do know is that the 47th Ward Republican party named Democratic poll judges, did not make an effort to recruit candidates for election and did not participate in party building, according to...
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Part 3: No Opposition

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October 19, 2012

There is no opposition to local Democrats. Who is responsible for this? Not Williams. The Democrats? Well we'll look a bit more into that in a moment. No, it is time to look across the aisle. The Republican party is responsible for finding candidates and in the case of this neighborhood they are falling flat...
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