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Heavy equipment is being used to regrade the approaches to the Stone Avenue station in La Grange. | Jane Michaels/Sun-Times Media   4/22/14

2 stations, train tracks under repair in La Grange

Max Knipstein, 13, of LaGrange Park shares the helmet signed by the Chicago Bears in 2012 as part of his wish granted through the Make-A-Wish Foundation. | Jane Michaels/Sun-Times Media

Park Junior High School 7th-grader named Make-A-Wish Ambassador

Max Knipstein of LaGrange Park has traded a Bears jersey for a tuxedo to help promote the Make-A-Wish Foundation at the organization’s black tie gala May 3.

Tips for home buyers in the western suburbs

Whenever you make a big purchase you should take the time to do a little product research and know exactly what you are buying. With a home, this r...

<p>Sun-Times Media file photo</p>

Lyons Township High School student back in class after climbing wall fall

A 17-year-old Lyons Township High School student was injured April 21 after falling from a climbing wall during a physical education class at the north campus in La Grange.

<p>Moses | Submitted, CatNap from the Heart</p>

Rescue spotlight: Moses, the cat

Moses had to have his leg amputated in early April and has been running around the shelter making friends ever since.

<p>Andrew Follenweider | Submitted</p>

District 105 Student Spotlight: Andrew Follenweider

He's a third grader at Seventh Avenue Elementary School.

<p>AP Photos</p>

The Garden View: Good bugs for your plants

Just in time for spring, our gardening column is back! "The Garden View" takes a look at all aspects of working in the mud.

<p>Sun-Times Media file photo</p>

Lyons Township senior earns National Merit scholarship

A Western Springs senior at Lyons Township High School is the recipient of a National Merit Scholarship Corp. corporate-sponsored award.

Crime briefs: Several street signs, mailboxes run over in La Grange

The following incidents were listed among the official reports of area police departments.

Blotter: Homeless man cited for trespassing at La Grange McDonald’s

Police were called after the man allegedly created a disturbance by yelling at customers.

Chief Daniel McCollum will retire Aug. 1 after leading the LaGrange Park Police Department for 18 years. | Jane Michaels/Sun-Times Media

Police Chief McCollum to retire Aug. 1 from LaGrange Park

Daniel McCollum expects to slide seamlessly from police chief to professor when he retires Aug. 1 from the LaGrange Park Police Department.

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