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Long Grove’s iconic covered bridge has been hit again. An unincorporated Lake Villa man yesterday became the 41st driver to crash into the bridge since it reopened in 2020. Lake County sheriff’s police cited the driver of the 15-foot box truck with disobeying a traffic control sign that included the bridge’s height-restriction warning.
A proposed $120 million Near South Side high school is moving closer to reality, with the Chicago Board of Education set to consider purchasing land and commissioning design services Wednesday. Read more here.
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The vintage mansion is in need of renovations, and may be a target for a buyer who chooses to raze it and construct a new mansion on the gated 2.22-acre site. Read more here.
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Pringle suffered a calf injury in the first half of Sunday’s win over the Houston Texans, and he now must sit out at least four games per IR rules. Read more here.
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Who was Mrs. Hering? We’ve long been told she was the woman who created the famous chicken pot pie at the historic Walnut Room in the store formerly known as Marshall Field’s, and now Macy’s, on State Street in Chicago. Read more here.
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Emerging onto open water this morning, the storm was weakened from its journey across western Cuba but was expected to gain power before making a devastating landfall somewhere on Florida’s Gulf Coast. Read more here.
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