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Rodd Whelpley

  • The Joy of Keeping ScoreHow Scoring the Game Has Influenced and Enhanced the History of BaseballPaul Dickson, 1996Walker and CompanyBob Rosenberg has been…
  • SHIFTS AT THE TOPTressa Pankovits of Chicago is now press secretary for Lt. Gov. Corinne Wood. Pankovits will work out of the Chicago office. She has been…
  • Legislative checklistThe General Assembly's focus narrowed last month as the House and Senate met self-imposed deadlines to exchange bills before…
  • SHIFTS AT THE TOPDemocratic Rep. Douglas Scott of Rockford was set to take the oath of office as mayor of that city late last month. Scott planned to…
  • HELPING PAWSPrison program saves dogs, trains cons and serves the disabled Skidd is a child of the system, bouncing from one institution to the next. But…
  • Honoring LincolnA library grows in Springfield Construction of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum will begin with groundbreaking…
  • SHIFTS AT THE TOPRay Serati of Springfield is the new deputy press secretary for Gov. George Ryan. After retiring from 33 years of service covering the…
  • LEGISLATIVE CHECKLISTBears emerge as biggestbeneficiaries of vetosession benevolenceGov. George Ryan got his two cents in during the fall veto session by…
  • Three new justices are on the state's high courtThe Illinois Supreme Court became more Democratic last month after three new justices were installed in…