Day: July 7, 2018

For-profit art school closing Schaumburg location

A nationwide for-profit art school is closing branches in Schaumburg and Chicago and its website is directing current and future students to the campuses that will remain open in other states or its online offerings. Operators of the Illinois Institute of Art — not to be…

Cubs rally to overcome another poor Chatwood start

The Cubs proved to be comeback kids once again Saturday, and by doing so, they overcame yet another poor start by right-hander Tyler Chatwood. Down 7-4, the Cubs rallied for 4 runs in the bottom of the eighth inning Saturday to post an 8-7 victory over…

Protesters shut down part of Dan Ryan

CHICAGO — Thousands of anti-violence protesters marched along a Chicago interstate on Saturday, shutting down traffic to draw attention to the gun violence that’s claimed hundreds of lives in some of the city’s poorest neighborhoods and pressure public officials to do more to stop it. Marchers…

Barrington woman pleads guilty in beauty products fraud case

LAS VEGAS — A 56-year-old Barrington woman has pleaded guilty to fraud and misbranded medical devices charges in a case alleging she sold unapproved weight loss and beauty products from China. U.S. attorney’s office spokeswoman Trisha Young says Kelly Luanne Schaible, formerly of Nevada, could face…

Uncle Bub’s collects hardware at Naperville’s Ribfest

The folks at Uncle Bub’s in Westmont are going to have a new task starting today: Polishing their trophies from Naperville’s Ribfest. The family-owned restaurant, which already touts its award-winning barbecue on its website, picked up two of the top trophies from Ribfest judges on Friday…

Buffalo Grove resident falls to his death at Grand Canyon

A Buffalo Grove High School alumnus climbed over a railing at the Grand Canyon, lost his footing and fell approximately 500 feet to his death Tuesday, according to a report in The Daily Courier in Prescott, Ariz. Kirby-Lynn Shedlowski, Grand Canyon National Park public affairs officer,…