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Business | Aurora development takes off as growing hub for Asian businesses
Chinese American real estate developer Eddie Ni's vision to revive the 360,000-square-foot former Yorkshire Plaza in Aurora involves creating the nation's largest Asian-chic lifestyle center, providing a one-stop destination for shopping, food, business, service, leisure and entertainment.
News | Mayor's proclamation recognizes Pride Month, but flag won't fly at Palatine's village hallJune was proclaimed Pride Month for the first time in Palatine history but without public announcement. A local couple says that's a great first step, but not enough. They want the village to fly the Pride flag.
Crime | Victim of West Dundee road rage beating dies from injuriesA man who was hospitalized after a road rage beating Thursday in West Dundee has died, according to a news release from West Dundee police.
News | Elgin nurse organizes 5K to help new moms who are separated from babiesStacie Doyle, a labor and delivery nurse at Advocate Sherman Hospital in Elgin, is holding a fundraising run with proceeds going toward purchasing livestream video cameras for the special care nursery. The cameras will allow moms to view their newborns while they are separated in the hospital for medical reasons.
DuPage County | Grant will expand vocational training for DuPage jail inmatesThe DuPage County sheriff's office has received a federal grant to expand and enhance vocational training opportunities for inmates in the correctional facility.
Business | Restaurant openings in Antioch stalled by shortages, cost increasesTwo new restaurants had hoped to be welcoming customers in downtown Antioch, but the openings have been delayed
News | Former Inverness Mayor Angelo Polvere dies at 91Angelo Polvere was known for his dedication and commitment to the village of Inverness during his tenure as mayor.
Cubs | Could MLB's spin-rate crackdown affect NL Central race?A rising topic of conversation in baseball is spin rates among pitchers and MLB possibly cracking down on the use of illegal substances that improve grip and create high spin rates. With the exception of one player, the Cubs do not rank high in that category.
Illinois | As vaccinations rise, COVID-19 case totals continue to declineNew cases of COVID-19 in Illinois continued to remain at levels not seen since the pandemic's earliest days, as the number of state residents with at least one dose of vaccine approaches 70%, health authorities reported Sunday.
Columns | Feder: Chicago's Invisible Institute shares Pulitzer Prize for national reportingInvisible Institute, the Chicago-based nonprofit journalism production company, won its first Pulitzer Prize Friday for its work on a year-long investigation of K-9 units and the damage that police dogs inflict on Americans.
Columns | Facts Matter: Airlines aren't worried about flying vaccinated passengersIt's not the vaccinated passengers that worry airlines, and Anthony Bourdain never posted on Twitter about eating bat soup in Wuhan, Bob Oswald says in his Facts Matter column.
Columns | Constable: Chemo was so absurd to Wheaton woman that she made a coloring book about itInspirational sentiments weren't helping Wheaton's Jeri Davis deal with her cancer treatment. So the 65-year-old wrote an irreverent coloring book that brings laughs to patients at Northwestern Medicine's LivingWell Cancer Resource Center in Geneva.
Special Report | From favorites to long shots, experts outline what really could happen to Arlington ParkEver since Arlington Park's parent company Churchill Downs announced it was selling the iconic horse-racing venue earlier this year, speculation about the 326-acre parcel's future has run rampant. Here's what experts think of those prospects as Churchill's Tuesday deadline approaches for purchase offers.
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