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"Melt in Your Mouth" Pot Roast with Cauliflower Mash and Homemade Gravy. Recipe 938
​Register Now for Colorful Fall Art Classes at the Adler Center. Molly Bunder 632
'Best is yet to come' at Walker's Bluff. HOLLY KEE hkee@localsouthernnews.com 736
'Football-related matter' jolts high school Investigation: Meeting, closed session planned for tonight. Bob Smith rsmith@dailyherald.com 414
'Football-related matter' jolts high school. Bob Smith rsmith@dailyherald.com 414
'I was concerned by the call': Army officer who listened in on Trump's call with Ukraine testifies. Mascaro, By Lisa; Jalonick, Mary Clare; Press, Colleen Long Associated 947
'New' thinking is pulling us away from the truth. 628
'The kindest, nicest guy'. Marie Wilson mwilson@dailyherald.com 466
'The Legend of Hercules' returns to Children's Theatre of Elgin Nov. 15-17. Submitted by Children's Theatre of Elgin/Fox Valley Theatre Company 439
'Trees & Treasures' craft show to offer handmade items. Submitted by Al Benson 207
=13th annual 'Pennies for Pies' drive to benefit Loaves & Fishes. Submitted by Naperville Park District 294
3 Lake Park administrators put on leave or suspended. Bob Smith rsmith@dailyherald.com 414
86-year-old man dies after fire in Lombard. Katlyn Smith ksmith@dailyherald.com 185
A luxuriously creamy soup without a speck of dairy? Yes, please! Ellie Krieger Washington Post WP Bloomberg Recipe 641
A luxuriously creamy soup without a speck of dairy? Yes, please! Ellie Krieger Washington Post Recipe 638
A small step forward in fight against opioid deaths. 426
Ailey II's 'The Next Generation of Dance' comes to the MAC Nov. 9. Submitted by Ann Fink 662
Alex Marsalek, Challenge 4. 279
Alex Marsalek. 279
All locked up and no place to go Outdoors. 818
All locked up and no place to go. 817
Alzheimer's Walk in Marion raises $16K. submitted by nancy rainwater, alzheimer's association 475
Ameren helps Community Mission Center prepare for cold. Submitted by Linda Dunseth 326
America in Bloom honors West Chicago resident. Submitted by Rosemary Mackey 654
Analysis: Apple enters the streaming wars in an unusual position - underdog. Steven Zeitchik The Washington Post 1898
Angel Tree to be at Nokomis Christian Mission. Submitted by Gloria Wendline 238
Ann Wayne, Challenge 4. 472
Ann Wayne. 416
Antiques + Modernism Show Open to Public November 8 - 10. Karolyn Raphael 638
Apples recalled after Kane County request. 133
Area playoffs to begin this weekend. John Broux Pana News Group editor 703
Arlington Hts. theater completes renovations. Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com 269
Army officer: I heard call, raised concerns Concerns: Vindman is the first current White House official to testify in inquiry. Mascaro, By Lisa; Jalonick, Mary Clare; Press, Colleen Long Associated 943
Army officer: I heard call, raised concerns. Mascaro, By Lisa; Jalonick, Mary Clare; Press, Colleen Long Associated 943
Arts & crafts Nov. 2 Nov. 8-9 Nov. 9 Nov. 9-10 Nov. 10 Nov. 14 Nov. 15-16 Nov. 16 Nov. 16-17. 1511
As strike continues, Lightfoot lashes out at union. Kathleen Foody Associated Press 237
At least 45 teacher licenses suspended under new law. Associated Press 377
Awards Night celebrated by PCHS golf teams. 121
Barrington Hills says 'no' to recreational pot sales. Bob Susnjara bsusnjara@dailyherald.com 284
Barrington Hills says no to recreational pot sales. Bob Susnjara bsusnjara@dailyherald.com 251
Barrington starting series of neighborhood meetings on comprehensive plan. Daily Herald report 135
Barrington tops Grant to move on; Bison fall. Esbrook, By Bill 878
Bartlett VFW Auxiliary 11018 stuffs stockings for the troops. Submitted by Rochelle Prybylski 169
Becker named MVC player of the week. WILL BECQUE Saluki Media Relations 255
Beef and beer stew with cauliflower latkes. 410
Beef Barbacoa and Spiced Cauliflower Tacos with curtido and cashew lime crema. Recipe 668
Being a farm kid 11-year-old Ewing girl raises abandoned calf Calf. HOLLY KEE hkee@localsouthernnews.com 436
Being a farm kid 11-year-old Ewing girl raises abandoned calf. HOLLY KEE hkee@localsouthernnews.com 436
Bid to block Elk Grove term limits referendum delayed, for now. Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com 451
Bid to block term limits delayed Terms: One attorney argues mayor, trustee shouldn't rule on matter. Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com 440
Bid to block term limits delayed Terms: One attorney says mayor, trustee shouldn't rule on issue Terms: One attorney argues mayor, trustee shouldn't rule on matter. Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com 440
Bill to ban vaping in public places passes state Senate. Rebecca Anzel Capitol News Illinois ranzel@capitolnewsillinois.com 294
Blackhawks' Seabrook miffed after again being scratched. Daily Herald report 254
Bonino's hat trick leads Predators over Blackhawks 3-0. Associated Press 564
Booster Club to help pay for warm-up jackets. 301
Bowling. 204
Boys soccer: Benet defense continues to stand out. Walker, By Chris 538
Boys soccer: Fast start carries Naperville North past Oswego. Orrin Schwarz oschwarz@dailyherald.com 301
Boys soccer: Red-hot York upends Geneva. Schmid, By Scott 586
Boys soccer: Warren downs Buffalo Grove to reach sectional final. Garofola, By Mike 395
Boys soccer: West Aurora ends Naperville Central's season. Voss, By Gregg 531
Brazil fears oil spill could reach coral reef, readies ships. Associated Press 159
Brexit commemorative coins destroyed. The Washington Post 150
Briefly. 343
Briefs. 252
British parliament sets new elections for Dec. 12. Karla Adam and William Booth The Washington Post 321
But the HBO Max streaming service will launch in May. Tali Arbel AP Technology Writer 228
By taking knee, Nagy revealed plenty Rozner: Bears are No. 12 out of 16 teams in NFC. 797
Cancer Survivor, Stem Cell Transplant Recipient Host Barrington Blood Drive November 23. Vitalant (formerly LifeSource) 437
Canfield rallies CLS past Eagles; Cougars lose. Silber, By Rusty 743
Canfield's hat trick rallies CLS past Lakes. Silber, By Rusty 743
Carla Suhrbier, 57, Assumption, dies Oct. 25. 163
Carving some great pumpkins Pumpkins. HOLLY KEE hkee@localsouthernnews.com 266
Cellphones, purses to be banned from courthouse. submitted by brian murrah williamson county sheriff's office 134
Central A&M 1st quarter Middle School honor roll. submitted by cam dist. 183
Chamber prepares for downtown Christmas, election of officers Chamber: Christmas event. John Broux Pana News Group Editor 520
Chester Grade School First quarter honor roll. 377
Chester knocks off CZR in finale. Randy Risley Contributing Writer 624
Chester Memorial Hospital McFarland is employee of the quarter. Submitted by Memorial Hospital of Chester 259
CHESTER Senior Center menus. 186
Chroma Color Corporation Welcomes Cass Birchbauer As Its New Chief Human Resource Office. Chroma Color Corporation 237
CHS varsity football, week 9 Jackets wrap up regular season with 48-26 win over C-Z-R; will host Auburn Saturday. Jim Beers Contributing writer 796
COD Foundation celebrates scholarship recipients and donors. Submitted by COD News Bureau 216
College of DuPage international students connect cultures through food. Submitted by COD News Bureau 278
Comey tells law students U.S. is not facing constitutional crisis. Associated Press 122
Community comes together for 17th annual Chicagoland Buddy Walk. Submitted by Jennifer Paganessi 219
Community gathers to honor the life of James Brockmeyer. Don Berry Contributing writer 176
Conference to focus on children, cybercrimes. Pete Rosenbery SIU University Communications Conference news 206
Cook County scoreboard for Tuesday, Oct. 29. 1707
Corrections and clarifications. Correction notice 114
Council discusses lost revenue, rescheduled Fall Festival Council. M. A. Smith Contributing Writer 577
Council discusses lost revenue, rescheduled Fall Festival. M. A. Smith Contributing Writer 577
Council hears need to plan substation renovations. Ellen Christner correspondent 484
Council refuses to take control of dilapidated Pana properties. Patty Zahradka Pana News Group Editor 1004
Council votes to eliminate parking on east side of Market Street Parking: Move should help alleviate traffic bottleneck. CURTIS WINSTON Contributing Writer 590
Council votes to eliminate parking on east side of Market Street. CURTIS WINSTON Contributing Writer 590
Creamy Cauliflower Soup With Mushroom And Hazelnut Topping. Recipe 505
Credit unions join together to make a difference with CU Kind Day. Submitted by Christine Fearnley 350
CTI to build in all 10 interested communities CTI: Pana to get fiber optic. John Broux Pana News Group Editor 721
D214 Community Education helps adults build successful futures in manufacturing. District 214 440
Data requested from farmers on unique growing year. HEATHER WILLIS U of I Extension 211
Data requested from farmers on unique growing year. HEATHER WILLIS U of I Extension 211
Death by lack of communication. 596
Decatur Library events. Submitted by Ann Brunson 150
Democrats unveil procedures for impeachment inquiry. Mike DeBonis The Washington Post 968
Desirae Jones is Senior of the Week. Submitted by Carrier Mills-Stonefort High School 147
Detmers earns second win in Pizza Bowl. Submitted by Stephen Williams 112
Disc golf at Timber Trails? Park: A few residents say they'd welcome extra activities, access. Lauren Rohr lrohr@dailyherald.com 596
Don't drink the water. 105
Down, not exactly out Bears:. 725
Driver charged in fatal crash. Daily Herald report 146
Du Quoin Police blotter. 283
Duckworth, Durbin announce new HUD funding. Submitted by U.S. Senate 135
DuPage County in 60 seconds. 386
DuPage County scoreboard for Tuesday, Oct. 29. 3000
DuPage Water Commission gets national award. Submitted by Lissa Druss 412
ECC awards $96,000 grant to help student parents achieve educational goals. Submitted by Elgin Community College 249
ECC to host rescheduled 'We Rise Gala' Nov. 15. Submitted by Elgin Community College 201
ECC's student newspaper wins 2nd place Best in Show Award. Submitted by Elgin Community College 213
Electronics recycling day draws a crowd in Marion. ceasar maragni contributing photojournalist 292
Elimination rounds are a wrap - now on to the finale Challenge: The public is invited to cheer on cooks at live cook-off Challenge: Four home cooks now face each other at live finale. Susan Stark sstark@dailyherald.com 1285
Elimination rounds are a wrap - now on to the finale. Susan Stark sstark@dailyherald.com 1286
Elks to host free orthopedic clinic. Benton News 290
Ella Johnson Public Library seeks candidates for board. Submitted by Ella Johnson Memorial Public Library 245
Elmhurst College to reopen today. Marie Wilson mwilson@dailyherald.com 279
Elmhurst reopening campus, continuing probe into 'hate messaging, threats'. Marie Wilson mwilson@dailyherald.com 289
Employee of gambling operator charged. Daily Herald report 146
Everyone's a Winner After Elk Grove Township Cereal Bowl IV Competition. Vicarious Public Relations 304
Experiments in printmaking. Daily Herald report 130
Fair Trade Global Market on November 2. Ann Wagner 106
Feder: 101.9 The Mix takes back the Chicago radio ratings crown. Robert Feder 122
Feder: NBC 5's Kalee Dionne maps out new life in Dallas. Robert Feder 102
First round area football playoff games will begin this weekend Playoffs: Games begin. John Broux Pana News Group editor 774
First round football playoffs start this week. John Broux Pana News Group editor 342
Football. 665
For awhile after we moved to our impressive two-story brick house, school childr. 541
Fox Valley in 60 seconds. 440
Fox Valley scoreboard for Monday, Oct. 28. 1684
Franklin County land transfers. 488
Franklin County sheriff's blotter. 228
Fremd upsets Cats; Devils down Bison. Garofola, By Mike 635
Friday, Nov. 1 - Friday, Nov. 8. 123
Frustration mounts as California is hit with more power outages. Associated Press 265
Fundraisers Submit your events at dailyherald.com/share. 1033
Future bright for Bulldogs despite regional setback. Esbrook, By Bill 405
Gallatin County School raises money for St. JudeSubmitted by Amanda Drone. 221
Gaughan joins Ice Miller's Business Services Group. 196
GCJH collects tabs for Ronald McDonald House. Submitted by Amanda Drone 208
Generosity highlights eighth-annual Roundup for Scholarships. Submitted by Reece Rutland RLC Marketing Specialist 300
Getting your event listed is free. Email it to comments@ localsouthernnews.com,. 190
Girls volleyball: 'Happy nervous' Downers Grove North beats Glenbard East. Le Cren, By Matt 524
Girls volleyball: Glenbard West withstands Bartlett challenge. Le Cren, By Matt 583
Girls volleyball: Naperville North keeps season going with win vs. Metea Valley. Wanberg, By D.J. 411
Girls volleyball: Neuqua Valley gets jump on Yorkville. Goff, By Stan 697
Girls volleyball: Severino, Addison Trail defeat Wheaton North in three sets. Coughlin, By Joe 599
Glenbard Parent Series event: The roles of lifestyle and mental health in childhood development. Mannion, Peg 323
Good dog! 678
Good dog! Daday: Comfort dogs help in times of crisis. 958
Good dog! Daday: Comfort dogs help in times of crisis. 678
Google's newest phone is literally just a piece of paper. Marie C. Baca The Washington Post 611
Grayslake North, Stevenson, Libertyville net regional-semifinal wins. Daily Herald report 418
Grubhub takes stock hit over forecast. Associated Press 264
Gun grabbers misleading us. 561
Half Witt is no insult to winery owners Winery: Grand Opening. John Broux correspondent 518
Halloween trick-or-treat times in the suburbs. Daily Herald Report 709
Hard liquor at fairgrounds? Du Quoin Fairgrounds tests idea, but state board says 'no'. Renee Trappe rtrappe@localsouthernnews.com 323
Hard liquor not OK at fairgrounds. Renee Trappe rtrappe@localsouthernnews.com 323
Harking Back. 517
Hawks shut out by Rinne, Preds. Jim Diamond Associated Press 323
HBO orders 'GOT' Targaryen prequel. Associated Press 217
Healing Field to return to Naperville, with 2,019 flags. Marie Wilson mwilson@dailyherald.com 558
HERE 'TIS. Millie Meyerholz 546
Here's the single phrase to watch for from the Fed this week. CHRISTOPHER RUGABER 907
Herrick Peace Meal Menu. submitted by Herrick family restaurant 238
HMC sponsors SIC Learning Commons. Submitted by Southeastern Illinois College 198
HolmesMS teachers flipping burgers not pages to raise money at McTeacher's Night. Julie Travers 329
I have had it! 542
Ice Miller names Ellis Practice Group director. 225
If Bears playoff hopes are gone, it's not on Trubisky and Nagy. Hub Arkush harkush@profootballweekly 730
Illinois Public Risk Fund awards members $5 million in safety grants. 146
In Springfield, veto session underway Springfield: E-cigarettes and allowing college students athletes to get paid for endoresments may come up. Jerry Nowicki Capitol News Illinois Jnowicki@capitolnewsillinois.com 855
In-season spotlight Spotlight: Variety is key to pears' wide use. Becky Krystal The Washington Post Recipe 1236
International grocery store to open soon in Algonquin. 531
It wasn't democracy that forced dangerous pot option on communities. 724
It wasn't democracy that forced dangerous pot option on towns. 724
It's a Halloween mystery Will Trunk or Treat go off tonight as planned, or be postponed to Friday? Contest:. 298
It's a PK winner for Vikings. Garofola, By Mike 592
It's not really autumn till there's (very sugary) candy corn on sale. 808
Itasca residents still wary of 911 calls from Haymarket. Robert Sanchez bsanchez@dailyherald.com 669
Jasnoch, Warren down BG to advance to regional final. Pemstein, By Bill 311
JC veteran brings home etching from the Wall for local family. HOLLY KEE hkee@localsouthernnews.com 108
JC veteran brings home etching from the Wall for local family. HOLLY KEE hkee@localsouthernnews.com 396
John A. Logan board briefs. 796
Join Palatine chamber at Community Showcase. Submitted by Vicarious Public Relations 210
Kaneland drops heartbreaker in double overtime. Walker, By Chris 541
Kashmir Black Day observed in Chicagoland and Pakistani Missions USA. Syed Ullah 485
Kingdom Heirs news. submitted by Evelyn Shuster 472
Lady Panthers end undefeated, conference champs. Submitted by Greg Cothern Conference news 433
Lady Redskins end season. Macee Eisenbarth correspondent 401
Lake County scoreboard for Tuesday, Oct. 29. 1634
Land Transactions. 154
Lawmakers: Ethics task force needed to help regain public's trust Bipartisan group supports resolution amid ongoing federal investigations. JERRY NOWICKI Capitol News Illinois Jnowicki@capitolnewsillinois.com 627
Lawmakers: Ethics task force needed to help regain public's trust Ethics:. JERRY NOWICKI Capitol News Illinois Jnowicki@capitolnewsillinois.com 627
Leadership program currently accepting applications. submitted by Linda smith 343
Learn about common ways to give to charities Nov. 2. Submitted by Fine Line Creative Arts Center 261
Learn about resources for first-generation students at College of DuPage. Submitted by Jordyn Holliday 344
Legend, Clarkson re-imagine 'Baby It's Cold Outside'. Associated Press 214
Leonard Brumbaugh, 86 Princeton, dies Oct. 24. 499
Leslie Meredith, round 4. 261
Leslie Meredith. 261
Link says he's no FBI informant; Crespo to investigate Arroyo charges. Marni Pyke Mpyke@dailyherald.com 641
Lions Terrace coming to Wheaton's Memorial Park in 2020. Submitted by Wheaton Park District 327
Lisa Eberhahn, Challenge 4. 210
Lisa Eberhahn. 207
Live Cook of the Week Challenge cook-off. 152
Local company wants to honor a veteran. STAFF REPORT 127
Logan wins third GRAC Championship. Staff Report 171
Looking for the creepiest, spookiest and most frightful sights in the neighborho. Daily Herald report 137
Lulu Chapa, Challenge 4. 372
Lulu Chapa. 369
Marion City Council says 'action' for Southern Illinois Film Commission. CURTIS WINSTON Contributing Writer 354
Marion High team takes 1st at Harrisburg chalk art contest. Travis DeNeal tdeneal@dailyregister.com 139
Mark your calendar - Things to do in DuPage County Wednesday 30 Thursday 31 Friday 1 Saturday 2. Calendar 1125
Marriage doesn't guarantee you're together forever. 354
Master naturalist training to begin this spring. Submitted by Heather Willis U of I Extension 324
Mathias reunion held September 22. Submitted by Doris Mathias 161
Meet the Strawboss Strawboss. Travis DeNeal tdeneal@dailyregister.com 532
Melissa Talley, 40, Pana, dies Oct. 26. 210
Mobile food pantry helps out in Wayne Twp. Submitted by Juanita Martinez 182
Montgomery County 911 to seek merger with Christian/Shelby 911: Looks to combine. Submitted by Greg Nimmo Montgomery County 911 Director 581
Montgomery County 911 to seek merger with Christian/Shelby 911: Merger sought. John Broux Pana News Group editor and Greg Nimmo Montgomery County 911 570
Montgomery County 911 to seek merger with Christian/Shelby. John Broux Pana News Group editor and Greg Nimmo Montgomery County 911 615
Movie guide Movie guide. Movie review 1436
Mundelein annexes popular Crossroads of Ivanhoe restaurant. Russell Lissau rlissau@dailyherald.com 366
Murder suspect scolded for flashing gang signs. Doug T. Graham dgraham@dailyherald.com 266
Musical '1619: Journey of a People' comes to Elmhurst. Desiree Chen Elmhurst College 222
Naperville Park District's IT director receives two innovation awards. Submitted by Naperville Park District 252
NBC 5's Kalee Dionne maps out a new life in Dallas. 467
NCAA softens stance on athlete amateurism, provides few details Softens:. Ralph D. Russo AP College Sports Writer 891
Neighborhood conversation Five questions with ... Isabella Looney of Du Quoin. 312
Neighbors Helping Neighbors sponsors mobile food pantry. Submitted by Juanita Martinez 182
Networking Submit your events at dailyherald.com/share. Calendar 506
Networking Submit your events at dailyherald.com/share. Calendar 513
Networking Submit your events at dailyherald.com/share. Calendar 293
New Life Community Church will host "Unplanned" movie. Submitted by Charlene Slater 112
New Philharmonic welcomes guest trumpeter this weekend. Submitted by Ann Fink 420
No deal reached in case against father. Mick Zawislak mzawislak@dailyherald.com 264
No deal yet in case against AJ's father. Mick Zawislak mzawislak@dailyherald.com 276
Not just politicians who care about impeachment. 376
November minicamps exploring owls and moon in November. submitted by Macon co. cons. dist. 200
October 9, 1919 - 100 Years Ago. 274
Of good draws, bad draws and strike-affected draws. 705
Off-duty ride-share driver charged with reckless homicide. Barbara Vitello Legal Affairs Writer bvitello@dailyherald.com -CLMN- 263
Off-duty ride-share driver charged with reckless homicide. Barbara Vitello Legal Affairs Writer bvitello@dailyherald.com -CLMN- 448
Officials: County inmates treated for CO poisoning Source of leak is likely malfunctioning boiler, sheriff says County. john d. homan jhoman@localsouthernnews.com Medical condition overview 570
On target, on the range and in life Shooting. Submitted by Heather Willis U of I Extension 362
On target, on the range and in life. Submitted by Heather Willis U of I Extension 362
Online-cable service PlayStation Vue ending. Tali Arbel AP Technology Writer 351
Out of the shadows. Becky Krystal The Washington Post 1405
Palatine library's marketing team wins top award. Submitted by Palatine Public Library 339
Palatine will meet Stevenson for title. Daily Herald report 394
Pana Pride president thanks public for support. 256
Panthers win big on senior night. 227
Papadopoulos seeks seat left vacant by Rep. Hill. Associated Press 132
People, not just politicians, care about impeachment. 174
Persimmon Party set for Nov. 2 at Christian Co. Historical Museum. Submitted by Christian County Historical Society & Museum 312
Persimmon Party set for November 2. Submitted by Christian County Historical Society & Museum 312
Pickleball, disc golf proposed at St. Charles park, but many residents aren't ga. Lauren Rohr lrohr@dailyherald.com 609
Pinley gets 500th win as Fremd advances. John Leusch jleusch@dailyherald.com 581
Popular eatery now part of village Annex: Crossroads can keep ATM. Russell Lissau rlissau@dailyherald.com 353
Pritzker's hard line on corruption gets fuzzier when 'Fair Tax' is subject. 770
Psalm 46. 500
Public Service Submit your events at dailyherald.com/share. Calendar 688
Queen Bs improve group returning to Barrington's White House Nov. 16. Daily Herald report 164
Raiders finish season undefeated, look to playoffs. John Bresnan correspondent 508
Randolph County Sheriff's Blotter. 550
Rangers complete worst to first transformation with shutout of Wildcats. Geary Deniston Contributing Writer 648
Real estate transfers. 359
REAL ID mandate takes effect next October. Jesse White IL Secretary of State 741
REAL ID mandate will take effect in October of 2020. Jesse White IL Secretary of State 741
Recalling the Orpheum Theatre in Harrisburg. 995
Red-hot York upends Geneva. Schmid, By Scott 504
Redskins end regular season with win over Ridgeview. Greg Lyons correspondent 258
Register now for College of DuPage Spring 2020 Learning Communities. Submitted by COD News Bureau 566
REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH ACT Abortion opponents file federal complaint over new state law. REBECCA ANZEL Capitol News Illinois 1012
Ride for Hope to host benefit for teen with stage 4 cancer. Submitted by Lisa Haring 451
Ropa Vieja with Cauliflower Tortillas and Baked Plantains with Savory Cashew Sauce. Recipe 644
Rozner: Bears' Nagy revealed plenty by taking knee. Barry Rozner brozner@dailyherald.com 811
Sacred Heart School Honor Roll for the first nine weeks. 133
Salukis head to Indiana State after back to back wins. TOM WEBER Saluki Media Relations 929
Salukis Salukis head to Indiana State after back to back wins. TOM WEBER Saluki Media Relations 929
Salukis: SIU football heads to Indiana State after back-to-back wins Salukis head to Indiana State after back-to-back wins. TOM WEBER Saluki Media Relations 929
Scaring up controversy Halloween costumes can be clever without being clueless. 428
Scary Schaumburg. Daily Herald report 144
Schaumburg Library encourages kids to read 1001 Books Before Kindergarten. Submitted by Susan Miura, Schaumburg Township District Library 263
Schneider hosts community briefing Saturday on 2020 Census. Daily Herald report 112
Scouting report. 125
Sen. Fowler Week-in-Review: Oct. 21-25. Submitted by Maddison Harner Illinois Senate Republican Staff 775
Sen. Fowler Week-in-Review: October 21-25. Submitted by Maddison Harner Illinois Senate Republican Staff 771
Senate president pushes ban on flavored nicotine products. Rebecca Anzel Capitol News Illinois ranzel@capitolnewsillinois.com 618

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