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A health insurance attorney explains some of what the two presidential candidates said in Wednesday's debate.
Last year, they only had a month to prepare the huge, destination-quality Morton Grove attraction. Now, they've had a year to develop new frights. How scary is it? Well, they keep a nurse standing by.
The chain is also letting customers suggest locations where it can deliver free treats.
As you take a day of rest, learn a little about Illinois workers.
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On your mini-vacation here, pose like in Pisa, get steamed at destination Asian spa, golf where Arnold golfed, enjoy Nepali, Polish or Greek food and hit the batting cages, too.
This week's Patch Portraits also feature a 19-year-old Muslim grocer in Morton Grove and a volunteer from Northbrook who wants to end hunger.
Mild weather is keeping natural gas prices modest.
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