Naperville, Illinois man loses $200,000 to fake online ‘girlfriend’

fake online ‘girlfriend’

In what appears to be one of the most bizarre cases of online deceit, a 48-year-old man from Naperville, Illinois, was duped of $200,000 by his online girlfriend for two years – a girlfriend who actually was non-existent!

Chicago Dental Meet on Its Way

Chicago Dental Meet on Its Way

Chicago Dental Society is all set to conduct its three day, 146th Midwinter Meeting in McCormick Place's West Building.

Chicago home prices saw a new low

Chicago home prices saw a new low

Home prices in the Chicago area in the month of December saw a new low since the housing market hit the peak in September 2006, going down to levels not seen since March 2002, according to a widely observed housing index.

Kentuckians the Least Likely to Move a Muscle during their Free Time: Study

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

A report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Monday, has revealed that people belonging to the Southern areas of the country and in Appalachia are less likely to partake in a physical activity during their leisure time.

Lunch Sales Dropped By 5% in Chicago Public Schools

healthy lunch at the school

Chicago Public Schools is facing mixed kind of reactions from the school kids when it comes to healthy lunch at the school.

Recently, CPS had banned all kinds of nachos, Pop-Tarts and doughnuts replacing it by healthier options for breakfast and lunch.

Woman Gives Birth to Grandson in Chicago

Woman Gives Birth to Grandson in Chicago

One of the greatest examples of love is the adoration that a mother offers to her child. The same is the case for a 61-year old woman, Kristine Casey, who gave birth to her own grandson after it was found that her daughter could not bear a child as she was infertile.

Now Its Time For Regular Parking Procedure

Now Its Time For Regular Parking Procedure

As post-blizzard Chicago returns to normal condition, one unwelcome routine was announced on Saturday that the city plans to stop looking the other way if you park illegally.

More a mom works, heavier her kids will become

More a mom works

It has been suggested by a research that children belonging to working moms tend to become heavier and the situation gets worse with more time they spend working outside.

A Study Revealed Link between Breast Cancer Treatment and Hip Fracture

Breast Cancer

According to a new study, which was conducted by researchers at Northwestern University in Chicago, middle aged women who survived breast cancer are more prone to the risk of hip fractures.

Due to acquisition Chicago will not see Smurfit-Stone HQ any more

Smurfit-Stone Container Corp., that has Chicago-area roots which can be traced back to 1926, will move out of the city as a headquarters as the company is being purchased by RockTenn Co. in a three and a half billion dollars cash-and-stock deal.

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