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News | What could be done with Arlington Park? New Bears stadium, Ravinia-style concerts, more ideas
A recurring topic on Chicago sports talk radio, online message boards and social media for years, the possibility of a Chicago Bears move to Arlington Heights is back in the spotlight -- one of many options being floated by local officials and residents now that the fate of Arlington International Racecourse seems sealed.
Illinois | COVID-19: How some suburban seniors found ways to get vaccinesIllinois' COVID-19 vaccine dose total surpassed 3 million Wednesday, but it's still survival of the luckiest for thousands of Illinoisans seeking inoculations. Here's what worked -- or did not -- for some of them.
Crime | Man charged with aggravated DUI in Route 53 Rolling Meadows crash that killed fourA 32-year-old Bellwood man is facing aggravated DUI charges in Saturday's fatal crash on Route 53 in Rolling Meadows that killed two sisters and their children.
Columns | Constable: Office building's oldest fixture feted for his 90th birthdayA fixture at an Arlington Heights office building, where he's a wiz at everything from electric to plumbing, Phil Pecoraro worked his regular shift Wednesday, but not without the occupants throwing him a 90th birthday party.
Education | 3 suburban teachers named Golden Apple finalistsThree suburban teachers are finalists for the 2021 Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching to be awarded this spring. In all, 32 finalists were chosen from 708 teachers nominated statewide.
Columns | O'Donnell: It's time for George S. Halas Stadium at Arlington ParkJim O'Donnell says let's bring the Bears to Arlington Heights.
News | Winfield police investigating 'suspicious' fall from hospital parking deckA woman and her child suffered major injuries Tuesday after falling six floors from the parking garage at Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital, Winfield police said.
Politics | Woodstock native Catalina Lauf to challenge U.S. Rep. Kinzinger in GOP primaryWoodstock native Catalina Lauf announced in a video Tuesday evening that she plans to challenge U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger in the Republican primary to represent Illinois' 16th Congressional District after she said his criticism of former President Donald Trump brought division to the party.
Business | Here's your excuse for not cooking in Lake CountyLake County Restaurant Week usually features dining deals and special menus. This year, though, organizers are hoping residents will spend money to help save ailing businesses.
News | Schaumburg approves 5 gambling cafes, sticks to that limitSchaumburg trustees on Tuesday approved plans for the maximum five gambling cafes they agreed to allow when they decided two years ago that residents could open such businesses in town.
Politics | Madigan's successor resigns amid 'questionable conduct'The hand-picked successor to former House Speaker Michael Madigan's seat abruptly resigned Wednesday, under pressure from his sponsors who accused him of unspecified "questionable conduct."
Business | Funky electronics chain Fry's is no moreFry's Electronics, the go-to chain for tech tinkerers looking for an obscure part, is closing for good. The company said Wednesday in an online posting that the COVID-19 pandemic had made it impossible to continue.
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- Boys' BasketballHersey downs Elk Grove to roll up another win
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- Boys' BasketballLake Park's newcomers making strides
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- 6:10 PMCollege of DuPage Job Shadow Program goes virtual to overcome challenges of COVID-19
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- 5:08 PMWheaton League of Women Voters hosts outdoor voter registration events in March
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- 3:34 PMGLMV Chamber Names 2021 Board of Directors
It was a busy and unpredictable couple of weeks and Daily Herald photographers present it in The Week in Pictures for February 6-19, 2021.
Suburbanites were digging out of more snow Tuesday and Gov. J.B. Pritzker issued a disaster proclamation for the entire state.
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