This Week’s Biggest Gainers:
Our boy had all the momentum in the world going into Super Tuesday—plus a surprise endorsement from Mrs. Terminator.
The Illini football head coach received pledges from much-hyped high school linemen Lendell Buckner and Leon Hill.
The Deering District police sergeant, while on duty, came to the rescue and helped a woman deliver a baby boy inside her home.
The local singer-songwriter—and senior at Whitney Young High School—was tapped by the Sun-Times as a “Woman to Watch.”
Johan Santana off to the National League? Hooray!
This Week’s Biggest Losers:
Sun-Times Media Group Inc. announced the paper’s up for sale due to crippling declines in revenue—the same day Editorial Page Editor Cheryl Reed resigned in protest over rewrites.
The mayor’s hiring chief resigned, much to the delight of many city workers.
The Ingleside man pled guilty to a 2004 murder of a teenage girl.
The Bulls GM watched his team reach the ten-year mark without an All-Star Game representative.
Johan Santana on his way to the National League? Oh no!