News | Naperville District 203 to require masks regardless of vaccination status
All Naperville Unit District 203 students and staff members will be required to wear masks inside school facilities starting today, regardless of vaccination status.
News | Families of two Pratt shooting victims back new Illinois gun ownership lawIllinois gun-law changes, including effort to improve background checks, are a step in the right direction, families of two Pratt shooting victims said Monday.
News | Saving the monarchy: How an Elk Grove Village man is working to help struggling butterfliesRetired carpenter Ned Bruns of Elk Grove Village has made it his mission to help grow the dwindling population of monarch butterflies. It's a daily task that led him to turn his backyard into a garden for the instantaly recognizable orange-and-black insect.
Columns | Constable: Into the valley of those dead set against vaccines, masksJust when it appeared that we were emerging from the pandemic and returning to normal, the delta variant and I visit the land of the unvaccinated.
Politics | Pritzker signs immigrant protection billsGov. J.B. Pritzker signed four bills into law Monday aimed at protecting the state's immigrant and refugee populations, saying they will help make Illinois "the most welcoming state in the United States" for immigrants.
Politics | New COVID-19 cases per capita: Kane County lowest in the region, Will County highestDuPage County leads the region for COVID-19 vaccinations but also owns a less desirable metric -- the third highest number of new infections per capita. Here's how its neighbors rank.
Business | Elgin soon could be home to largest corrugated box factory in AmericaElgin may land a new, $30 million industrial development and become home to the largest corrugated manufacturing facility in America.
Entertainment | How suburban police will celebrate National Night OutAfter a pandemic hiatus, National Night Out events will return throughout the suburbs Tuesday night with picnics, barbecues, police dog demonstrations and free COVID-19 vaccinations.
Crime | Des Plaines repeals ban on opposite-sex clothesA decades-old prohibition on wearing clothes designed for the opposite sex was repealed Monday in Des Plaines.
Business | Developer withdraws plan for affordable housing in PalatineA Wisconsin developer has withdrawn its request for preliminary plan approval to build a 58-unit affordable housing building in Palatine.
News | Naperville's Dog Patch to close Aug. 31 after 49 years in businessAfter 49 years in business, Dog Patch Pet and Feed in Naperville will be closing for good at the end of the month.
Columns | Feder: 'Steady, professional' Dave Marsett retires from WBBM NewsradioWeekends won't sound the same on WBBM Newsradio without the authoritative voice and impeccable delivery of Dave Marsett. After 20 years on Audacy all-news WBBM 780-AM/WCFS 105.9-FM the veteran anchorman called it a career Sunday.
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