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Mrs. Pardo, 92, died of natural causes Tuesday, Feb. 25, in the Imperial of Lincoln Park in Chicago, according to her son Victor. She and her husband Louis, who survives her, lived in the Austin neighborhood for about 45 years. "Edna was very much
Many have dismissed it as just the latest example of an entitled teenager throwing a temper tantrum this time via the court system to get her parents to bankroll her life regardless of her actions. The nuances of New Jersey law, however, make the
A New Jersey honor student suing her parents in a potentially precedent-setting lawsuit had her motions for financial support, including high school tuition payment, denied Tuesday by a judge who said it would set a bad precedent by setting limits on
The Daily Record reported the dispute began over Canning's resistance to her family's household rules. Her dad told the paper, "We're heartbroken, but what do you do when a child says, 'I don't want your rules, but I want everything under the sun
The Lincoln Park Plan Approval Authority will hold a public hearing at 6 tonight at Town Hall. The agenda includes proposed changes to a 36-unit apartment building, a new covered bus stop on State Road (Route 6) and a review of the ongoing project.
A northern New Jersey honor student who claims her parents threw her out of their home when she turned 18 last year is now suing them. The Daily Record of Parsippany (http://bit.ly/Nkiw49) says Morris Catholic High School senior Rachel Canning filed
But even as the work crews thaw the pipes and restore water to dozens of homes and businesses, dozens of new residents call in complaining that they need help, Powers said. "You've got to understand, it's still cold," he said. "The bucket continues
Unico members could be seen at multiple venues delivering their donations personally. Pictured here are Pequannock Unico President Bob Diana with Lincoln Park Borough Council members donating a check for the local food pantry. More information about
Updated: February 20, 2014 9:50PM Amid warnings of a political backlash, the Chicago Plan Commission on Thursday evening approved a $300 million plan to transform one of the city's premier development parcels: the Lincoln Park site of the now-
Oberman, a former 43rd Ward alderman, in his law office at 135 S...Alex Wroblewski/Sun-Times Updated: February 17, 2014 10:17PM As an independent alderman fighting the Chicago Machine and a public interest lawyer arguing in appellate court, Martin J.