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Articles from Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) (July 1, 2020)

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"Oh, the Places You Can Go When the Pandemic is No More!" by Artist Judith Horsley. Rosemary Mackey 186
#ResponsibleRecreation. 646
$800M Facebook project Facebook: Project will fill 1,200 jobs over a few years. Kelsey Rettke Shaw Media 982
'Celebrate differently': Safety advocates warn of increasing dangers of DIY fireworks. Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com 603
'Whatever is happening in society will be represented by the comedians': Remembe. Daily Herald staff report 243
228-house project coming to Lindenhurst Homes: Half the site will remain open, with trail link. Mick Zawislak mzawislak@dailyherald.com 461
228-house project coming to Lindenhurst. Mick Zawislak mzawislak@dailyherald.com 461
5 Reasons Your Company Should Sponsor A Senior Design Team. Northern Illinois University College of Engineering 1310
A 1 Wholesale Furniture now open on Route 16 East of Pana Furniture: Now open for business. John Broux Pana News Group editor 327
A 1 Wholesale Furniture now open on Route 16 East of Pana. John Broux Pana News Group editor 327
A Supreme Court win for religious schools. Robert Barnes The Washington Post 227
Acts of mercy and early Christians Otten. 494
Additional pot licenses delayed indefinitely. Tom Schuba Chicago Sun-Times 303
AFSCME Retiree sub-chapter #87 to hold meeting on July 14. submitted by Joyce shelton 515
Air Force-bound Trent Bierman is first CHS graduate Bierman. Jim Beers Contributing writer 358
America's only hope is God. Larry Daniel 662
Analysis: Virus surge forces Arizona governor's hand on masks. JACQUES BILLEAUD and PETER PRENGAMAN Associated Press 800
AP sources: White House aware of Russian bounties in 2019. JAMES LaPORTA Associated Press 1072
Are you up for a Treasure Hunt? Jennifer Bearden 584
As recently as a few months ago, grocery shopping was an uneventful chore that f. 527
Assumption Public Library is open, Summer reading set to begin. submitted by library staff 342
Available pneumonia vaccines in Shelby Co. submitted by shelby co. health dept. 184
Back in the Day Remembering July 1. 328
Barn loom donated to Gallatin County Historical Society Loom. Submitted by Christy Short, Gallatin County Historical Society 513
Barn loom donated to Gallatin County Historical Society. Submitted by Christy Short, Gallatin County Historical Society 513
Bartlett Library to resume regular operating hours. Submitted by Bartlett Public Library District 443
Bartlett Woman's Club installs new officers for 2020-2021 season. Submitted by Angela Lazzara 167
Blaine Pinkston, 91, formerly of area, dies. 366
Blaine Pinkston, 91, formerly of Pana area, dies June 27. 366
Blood drive set for Pana UMC on July 8. 163
Blue Mound Library reopening on July 6. submitted by library staff 272
Board was 'really not happy' with 2 resigned officials. Kelli Duncan Shaw Media 467
Boaters planning parade on Chain. Charles Keeshan ckeeshan@dailyherald.com 287
Boaters planning parade on Chain. Charles Keeshan ckeeshan@dailyherald.com 225
Bond set for former officer:. 503
Businesses chafe in Leicester as UK city faces new lockdown. JILL LAWLESS and DANICA KIRKA Associated Press 881
Campfire Cooking. 463
Carl J. Holthaus, 93, Shelbyville, formerly of Pana, dies. 252
Carl Reiner, beloved creator of 'Dick Van Dyke Show,' dies. MIKE STEWART Associated Press 805
Changes in military recruiting may endure after pandemic. LOLITA C. BALDOR Associated Press 988
Choose to wear a mask. 433
Chris Cross signs with Dawgs. Submitted by SIU Sports Information 218
Clearbrook rebrands logo with focus on the future. Submitted by Juliann Carlson 401
Cleve Carney Museum of Art and The MAC Celebrate Frida Kahlo's 113th Birthday July 6. Ann Fink 524
COD Career Services Center offers tips for jobseekers. Submitted by COD News Bureau 640
Comcast extends service into Veridian development. 161
Consider: 45% of fireworks injuries are kids under 12. 374
Consumer confidence rises in June. Martin Crutsinger AP Economics Writer 201
Controversy rages over board member's actions. Robert Sanchez bsanchez@dailyherald.com 522
Cook Memorial library board picks new leader. Russell Lissau rlissau@dailyherald.com 372
Could 'Field of Dreams' game fade into the corn? 559
COVID-19 cases per county. 538
COVID-19 restrictions in preserves will remain in place this weekend. Jerry Fitzpatrick jfitzpatrick@dailyherald.com 218
CRYSTAL LAKE MONTESSORI SCHOOL ADOPTS SAFETY PRACTICES AND STAGGERED ARRIVALS FOR FALL. Elizabeth Maliska 655
Democrats call White House briefing on Russian bounties inadequate. Miller, By Zeke; Laporta, James; Press, Mary Clare Jalonick Associated 1085
Democrats still demand answers after bounty brief. Jalonick, By Mary Clare; Miller, Zeke; Press, James LaPorta Associated 344
Distinct Designs. Association, Technology; Association, Manufacturing 965
Doctor of Bible. 208
Don't lose focus. 515
Donate shoes to Almost Home Foundation. Submitted by Dawn Takagi 256
Donation and planned fundraisers help Lions. Submitted by BJ Mueller 338
Dorothy Mae (Fowler) Webb of Ewing. 261
Duane Stock elected to TCCU board of directors. submitted by tccu 241
Duane Stock elected to TCCU board. submitted by tccu 290
DuPage Children's Museum and West Suburban Community Pantry Partner on Summer Toy Drive. Deborah Newman 559
DuPage Regional Office of Education Awarded Grant to Develop Dropout Prevention Program. Luann E. Doman 401
Eason named CoSIDA Academic All-American. Submitted BY SIU Sports Information 203
Edward-Elmhurst Health makes national 15 Top Health Systems list. Marie Wilson mwilson@dailyherald.com 492
Edward-Elmhurst named among nation's best Hospitals: CEO says awards are morale-boosters. Marie Wilson mwilson@dailyherald.com 483
Elgin library, two branches reopening Monday with changes. Elena Ferrarin eferrarin@dailyherald.com 435
Empty nest syndrome and depression water pie Foodie. Recipe 875
ESPN Chicago and First Midwest Bank Name Breaking Bread Catering & Deli the Winner of "Giving Small Business a Big Future" Contest. First Midwest Bank 678
EU reopens its borders to 14 nations but not to U.S. tourists. LORNE COOK Associated Press 1147
Exercise body, mind with 'Yoga in Nature'. Submitted by McHenry County Conservation District 252
Facebook to build $800M data center on DeKalb's south side. Kelsey Rettke Shaw Media 1218
Fauci: Entire nation at risk. Daily Herald wire services 452
Feder: iHeartMedia launches 24/7 Black Information Network today. Robert Feder 152
Fishing With An Old School Feel. 790
FNB lobbies now open. Submitted by FNB 426
Food pantry hosts first mobile market since March. Herald Tribune staff report 212
Foster resigns as Nokomis mayor at special meeting Foster: Switches committee heads. Ellen Christner correspondent 845
Four baseball Salukis named to MVC Scholar-Athlete teams. Submitted By SIU Sports Information 449
Franklin County land transfers. 1076
Fundraisers Submit your events at dailyherald.com/share. Calendar 406
Fundraisers Submit your events at dailyherald.com/share. Calendar 403
Get Clean Jobs Act now. 462
Glen Ellyn Historical Society joins July 4 decorating contest. Submitted by Jean Jeske 165
Glenview's Schreiber among 1st policy certificate recipients. Lisa Hildebrand 298
Greg Culberson, 71, Pana native, of California, passes away June 19. 466
Guilty plea expected from 4th charged in fatal Elgin stabbing. Harry Hitzeman Legal Affairs Writer hhitzeman@dailyherald.com -CLMN- 412
Guilty plea expected from 4th charged in fatal stabbing. Harry Hitzeman Legal Affairs Writer hhitzeman@dailyherald.com -CLMN- 254
Hampshire's Bannerman chooses Davidson. John Lemon jlemon@dailyherald.com 557
Hampshire's Bannerman headed off to Davidson. John Lemon jlemon@dailyherald.com 557
HAND2MIND PARTNERS WITH LOCAL CHICAGO SCHOOL TO DONATE AT-HOME EDUCATIONAL PRODUCTS TO MORE THAN 100 UNDERSERVED CHILDREN. hand2mind 258
Hawthorn District 73 Welcomes LeeAnn Taylor as Assistant Superintendent of Finance and Business Operations. Hawthorn School District 73 324
He made us laugh for 70 years Laugh: Reiner embraced his role of 'second banana'. Mike Stewart Associated Press 943
He made us laugh for 70 years. Mike Stewart Associated Press 943
Heaven's Kitchen a blessing to Saline, Williamson counties. 507
Helen M. Biddle of Godfrey. 175
Here's a spring lover's grain dish: An aromatic pilaf topped with two types of peas. Joe Yonan The Washington Post Recipe 916
Hilda Jean Beal (Yarber). 301
Hinsdale Orthopaedics Division of Illinois Bone & Joint Institute Opens New Immediate Care Location in Joliet. Bone, Illinois; Institute, Joint 178
History of sundown towns. Marie Wilson mwilson@dailyherald.com 822
Hitchings to seek second term as state's attorney Hitchings: Seeks re-election. Submitted by Bryant hitchings 588
Home makeover 2020: Bedroom in a box Bedroom: Charity leaves box, then parents handle assembly. Bob Susnjara bsusnjara@dailyherald.com 451
Home makeover 2020: Bedroom in a box. Bob Susnjara bsusnjara@dailyherald.com 451
Home makeover 2020: Palatine boy with leukemia gets new bedroom in a box. Bob Susnjara bsusnjara@dailyherald.com 464
Home office must-haves Office. 570
Hong Kong leader voices support for security law as country marks anniversary. Associated Press 209
Housing proposal could be largest of its kind in Schaumburg since 1990s. Eric Peterson epeterson@dailyherald.com 399
How risky is flying during the coronavirus pandemic? The Associated Press 304
How to serve a delicious summer dinner on a budget Velatini: Shop the grocery store ads before planning your menu Lemon Marinated Chicken Legs Corn and Sugar Snap Pea Salad Strawberry Salsa Grilled Baked Potato Fries. Recipe 738
How to serve a delicious summertime dinner on a budget. Velatini, By Biz Recipe 756
How will Pritzker respond to dark money ad? 761
If at first you don't succeed, dry and dry again. submitted by u of I extension 522
iHeartMedia launches 24/7 Black Information Network. 294
Illinois PGA revised schedule includes new event. 618
In defense of the oft-maligned kale salad Kale: Taste it, become a believer. Deb Finken dfinken@dailyherald.com 699
In defense of the oft-maligned kale salad. Deb Finken dfinken@dailyherald.com 699
Increases in gas tax, marijuana tax, minimum wage start Wednesday. Jake Griffin jgriffin@dailyherald.com 846
Jamborees of jaguars and awkward analogies. 599
July Peace Meal menu. submitted by Herrick rest. 311
June 30 COVID-19 cases per county; search by ZIP code. 536
Kane County Fair board names scholarship winners. Submitted by Pat Szpekowski 585
Keiser takes helm of Witt Fire after Rogers retires Keiser: Continues progress. John Broux Pana News Group Editor 453
Kitchen fun with fermentation. Submitted by U of I Extension Service 479
Lake Bluff plans to open outdoor pool. Submitted by the Lake Bluff Park District 190
Lake in the Hills village board was 'really not happy' with 2 recently resigned. Kelli Duncan Shaw Media 616
Lake Land College and CEO program see success in partnership. Submitted by Mercury Brown 374
Lake Land College to host virtual Summer College for Youth. Submitted by Mercury Brown Lake Land College 500
Land Transactions. 1499
Last week I was mourning my Ranger, and I thought it dead, for good. This week,. 590
Laura Hanley, 103, Moweaqua, passes at health care center, June 25. 208
Learn about 'The Dark History of Nursery Rhymes'. Submitted by Algonquin Area Public Library 499
Let's not forget the sacrifices made for our nation's freedom. 653
Library, 2 branches to reopen Monday Reopen: First hour Mondays-Thursdays reserved for 'vulnerable populations'. Elena Ferrarin eferrarin@dailyherald.com 712
Library, 2 branches to reopen Monday Reopen: First hour Mondays-Thursdays reserved for 'vulnerable populations'. Elena Ferrarin eferrarin@dailyherald.com 435
Life sentence for Hinsdale woman's murder Life: Judge agrees killer tried to get evidence destroyed. Susan Sarkauskas ssarkauskas@dailyherald.com 612
Local students selected for musical talent contest. Submitted by Manoella Alves 196
Looking for some Fourth of July activities? You'll have to travel a little farther this year to get your Independence Day on Activities. Herald Tribune staff report Randolph County 405
Main Gail Borden library, branches reopening Monday. Elena Ferrarin eferrarin@dailyherald.com 378
Marquee a sign of things to come. Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com 163
McSwain Nagle & Giese, P.C. open new law firm in Wheaton. Submitted by OVC Lawyer Marketing 660
Meet the Teams Who Work for YOU Teams. 710
Meridian JFL will kick off season with camp in July, game August 15. submitted by chris merritt 221
Minority Mental Health Awareness Month and How to Support NAMI's Advocacy. NAMI Barrington Area 341
MLB's minor leagues cancel 2020 season. Ronald Blum AP Baseball Writer 568
MONTHLY REPORT -- JUNE. 581
Montini names new basketball, wrestling coaches. Orrin Schwarz and Kevin Schmit oschwarz@dailyherald.com kschmit@dailyherald.com 455
Mount Prosect's Fitzgerald among 1st policy certificate recipients. Lisa Hildebrand 252
Mountain Bike Trails at Rend Lake Bike. 306
Murphy urges local businesses to apply for grant funding. Office of State Senator Laura Murphy 352
Natural life sentence for man in Hinsdale woman's brutal murder. Susan Sarkauskas ssarkauskas@dailyherald.com 612
New Mobile Marine boat repair shop in Pana staying busy Boat: Business customers surge in anticipation of summer. John Broux Pana News Group editor 339
New Mobile Marine boat repair shop in Pana staying busy. John Broux Pana News Group editor 339
New SIC outdoor program ready for August SIC. Submitted by Angela Wilson, SIC Executive Director of Marketing & Public Relations 398
New SIC outdoor program ready for August. Submitted by Angela Wilson, SIC Executive Director of Marketing & Public Relations 398
Nicor president to retire after 30 years in industry. Richard Klicki rklicki@dailyhreald.com 320
Nicor president to retire after 30 years in industry. Richard Klicki rklicki@dailyhreald.com 361
No summer games could be a good thing. Orrin Schwarz oschwarz@dailyherald.com 585
North Marcum Archery Complex to Provide a Variety of Options. 676
North Marcum The Past, Present, and Future of the Area. 652
Nostalgic topwater. 790
NOW HERE'S A TIP. JoAnn Derson 319
Olive tapenade is an easy-to-make tasty jack-of-all-trades. M. Eileen Brown ebrown@dailyherald.com 314
Olive tapenade is an easy-to-make tasty jack-of-all-trades. M. Eileen Brown ebrown@dailyherald.com 251
Once started, mob violence targeting monuments is hard to stop. Byron York 736
Once started, mob violence to monuments is hard to stop. 733
Palatine Jaycees show support with Business Scavenger Hunt. Submitted by Palatine Jaycees 335
Pana below state and county average for census completion. Luke McQuillan staff reporter 318
Pana Community Hospital FastCare opened Monday. submitted by Pana community hospital 373
Parking garage closing for repairs. Submitted by Lake County 264
Participate in Palatine Township's 32nd annual Apple Tree Campaign. Submitted by Palatine Township 312
Perfect your pickle preservation. submitted by u of I extension 396
Perfect your pickles. submitted by u of I extension 396
Piano professor celebrates 45 years of teaching. College of Lake County 430
Picnic-ready, classic slaw gets a boost New Classic Coleslaw. Ellie Krieger The Washington Post Recipe 494
Pingree Grove village manager leaving after just over a year. Elena Ferrarin eferrarin@dailyherald.com 190
Pingree Grove village manager leaving after just over a year. Elena Ferrarin eferrarin@dailyherald.com 382
Planning process underway for renovation of Antioch village hall. Submitted by the village of Antioch 213
Pneumonia vaccines in Shelby County. submitted by shelby co. health dept. 184
Police search for burglary suspects. Daily Herald report 228
Police: Misdemeanor charges for Naperville man who waved bat at protesters. Marie Wilson mwilson@dailyherald.com 368
Pritzker signs bill that makes Chicago casino more feasible. Peter Hancock Capitol News Illinois phancock@capitolnewsillinois.com 474
Protect your pets during warm weather. Submitted by Office of Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle 371
Ramsey native Jake Moreland creates venue for adventure MAP: New course now open. Susan McGrath Editor 486
Randolph County has 9 active COVID-19 cases; was 0 last Friday COVID. Herald Tribune staff report 487
Randolph County sheriff's blotter. 699
Recent home and property sales For complete listing, please visit: www.dailyherald.com/property-transfers/ Algonquin Addison Aurora Batavia Bloomingdale Carol Stream Carpentersville Downers Grove Elburn Elgin Elmhurst Geneva Gilberts Glen Ellyn Glendale Heights Hampshire Lisle Lombard Naperville North Aurora Pingree Grove South Elgin St. Charles Sugar Grove West Chicago Westmont Wheaton Wood Dale Woodridge. 1725
Refresh Your Memory. 1239
Reiner's enlightening answer for Dann Gire. 221
Rend Lake Fisheries Prospect for 2020. Hirst, By Shawn 728
Residents, emergency personnel team to improve Pana lake area Lake: Making it better for everyone. John Broux Pana News Group Editor 444
Rookie CB Johnson must earn starting job. 579
Rumors of truck's death highly exaggerated. 590
Salute to America parade in Moweaqua. submitted by beth hawn 194
Schaumburg body shop owners help nonprofits. Submitted by Joan Murphy 221
Schaumburg man charged:. 306
Search for the Science Stone Continues! 481
Should NFL season be played without fans or not at all? 254
SIH implements new role, changes to bridge gap between patients and families SIH. Submitted by Rosslind Rice, SIH Communications Coordinator 497
Spicy shrimp salad on a buttery, toasted bun tastes like a day at the beach. Ann Maloney The Washington Post Recipe 706
Sports in 60 seconds. 459
State reports 23 more dead from virus. Jake Griffin jgriffin@dailyherald.com 335
State Sen. Dale Fowler week-in-review. SUBMITTED BY MADISON HARNER Spokesperson for Sen Dale Fowler 793
State to screen all newborns for 'spinal muscular atrophy'. SUBMITTED BY MELANEY ARNOLD, Illinois Department of Public Health 294
Statewide briefs. 697
Student wins national award:. 339
Summer dining can be a health hazard. These tools will help. Hazard: Remember to keep your distance when eating outside, too. Ellie Krieger Special to The Washington Post 951
Summer's often overlooked fishing holes. DON GASAWAY WILLIAMSON COUNTY TOURISM 758
Supreme Court's abortion ruling raises stakes for election. DAVID CRARY AP National Writer 991
Survey: Illinois manufacturers resilient through pandemic. Cole Lauterbach The Center Square 370
The BRANDT Foundation donates $100,000 to create legacy of support for LLCC Agriculture. submitted by the brands foundation 541
The Buzz at the Beauty Shop. 206
The following incidents were obtained from Franklin County Sheriff David L. Bart. 450
The future can be uncertain. However, Social Security's new Advance Designation. Eisenhauer, By Matt 225
The return of baseball How are we, as weary fans threatened by COVID-19, supposed to feel about that? 442
The rhythmic swing of Boros and how it translates to your game. 495
The rhythmic swing of Julius Boros and how it translates to your game. Pat Lenski Mill Creek Golf Club 515
Think tank: Illinois was ill-prepared for pandemic Pandemic. PETER HANCOCK Capitol News Illinois 914
Think tank: Illinois was ill-prepared for pandemic Pandemic:. PETER HANCOCK Capitol News Illinois phancock@capitolnewsillinois.com 918
This year, 'celebrate differently' Safety: Advocates suggest glow sticks instead of sparklers, and parades. Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com 603
This year, 'celebrate differently' Safety: Glow sticks are an alternative to sparklers Safety: Advocates suggest glow sticks instead of sparklers, and parades. Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com 603
Thoughts about deep cleaning during time at home. 841
Threatening Obamacare in pandemic. 564
Threatening Obamacare in pandemic. Susan Estrich 726
Three Salukis Named to WGCA All-Scholar Team. SIU Sports Information 361
Thrill of the bid and the delight of the win. 594
Tips for effective remote learning. 433
Two tax hikes, higher wages Increases in gas tax, pot tax, minimum pay start today Increases: Minimum wage up to $10 in state, $13 in Cook County. Jake Griffin jgriffin@dailyherald.com 846
Two tax hikes, higher wages Increases in gas tax, pot tax, minimum pay start today Increases: Minimum wage up to $13 in Cook County, $10 elsewhere Increases: Minimum wage up to $10 in state, $13 in Cook County. Jake Griffin jgriffin@dailyherald.com 846
U of I Extension calling all mad scientists! submitted by u of I extension 202
Understanding Social Security New feature in My Social Security puts you in control. Eisenhauer, By Matt 225
Understanding Social Security New feature puts you in control. Eisenhauer, By Matt 225
Up & Coming. 195
Us and Them Big Thoughts in a COVID-19 World. Kevin Kriesel Blue Mound UMC 684
USDA adds digital options to apply for Coronavirus Assistance program. submitted by USDA 521
Volunteer Spotlight Jennifer Bearden -- Geocache Coordinator. 479
Vote this week in Bitter Jester competition finals. Brian Shamie bshamie@dailyherald.com 440
Walgreens Boots digital pact. 433
Walk-in immunization clinic in Shelby County. submitted by shelby co. health dept. 202
Walk-in immunizations in Shelby County. submitted by shelby co. health dept. 202
Wauconda market Thursday:. 350
West Chicago On-site Paper Shredding Event -- August 1, 2020. Rosemary Mackey 169
What does it mean when a marriage dissolves? 586
What's Mickey without Minnie? 358
What's open, closed in Chester. Submitted by the Chester Chamber of Commerce 763
Wheaton police search for burglary suspects; one SUV recovered. Daily Herald report 268
Wheaton Public Library reopening with 'Grab & Go' service. Daily Herald report 238
Why no summer games may be better Games: No summer games could help prevent major injuries. Orrin Schwarz oschwarz@dailyherald.com 577
William "Danny" Roeder, 66, Shelbyville passes away June 14. 156
Women United donates 450 gallons of hand sanitizer. Submitted by United Way of Lake County 246
Woodland school board member resigns. Doug T. Graham dgraham@dailyherald.com 231
Yoga comes to Assumption and is well received. John Broux Pana News Group Editor 228
Zengeler Cleaners donates face masks. Submitted by John Coxon 299

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