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Articles from Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) (July 29, 2020)

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'Live from the Lot' drive-in concert pulls into Schaumburg Aug. 6-8. Submitted by Jody Grimaldi 523
Abolish ICE Protest in McHenry County set for July 25 on Woodstock Square. Submitted by Standing Up Against Racism-Woodstock 258
AID Senior Sunshine Program offers check-in calls for seniors with mental health concerns. Submitted by AID 291
Anderson Animal Shelter offers virtual summer camps July 28-31. Submitted by Anderson Animal Shelter 343
Aurora launches Youth Needs Survey. Submitted by City of Aurora 154
Aurora Public Art sets lineup for final week of free virtual youth programs. Submitted by Aurora Public Art 346
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Chicago Names Diane Glass CEO. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Chicago 534
Best Bets: Drive-by Characters. Scott C. Morgan 516
Book review: Jon Land channels James Bond with new thriller. Bruce DeSilva Associated Press 318
Bridging Generations Through Technology. Ivy Marketing Group 764
Bridging Generations Through Technology. Ivy Marketing Group 1109
Cantigny Park, 1S151 Winfield Road in Wheaton, is offering some online programs. 776
Chicago Regional Tree Census begins in DuPage County. Submitted by Morton Arboretum 412
COD College Theater to hold virtual auditions for fall productions. Submitted by College of DuPage 247
COD horticulture alumna finds success in helping adults with disabilities. Mennecke, Angela 566
COD Summer College Theater to put on original production 'Every Day is Zoom Day!'. Submitted by College of DuPage News Bureau 383
College of DuPage celebrates student achievement at annual High School Equivalency commencement. Submitted by COD News Bureau 500
College of DuPage gets grant to expand student internship opportunities. McKissack, By Mike 393
College of DuPage to host virtual new student orientations Aug. 11-13. COD News Bureau 157
Critical Guidelines for Managing Your Chicago Restaurant After Exposure to COVID-19. Diana Rodriguez-Zaba 629
Delta Dental of Illinois encourages dental checkup before school begins. Delta Dental of Illinois 873
Design Construction Concepts Completes Summer Camp Improvement Project. Leslie Kaufman 416
Developer Presents Plan for Former Oak Creek Plaza Site. Village of Mundelein submission 529
Donnie Wahlberg addresses crowd as Wahlburgers opens in St. Charles. Susan Sarkauskas 371
Dundee library to hold online Q&A with dinosaur expert. Submitted by Fox River Valley Public Library District 166
DuPage County Health Department Supports World Breastfeeding Week August 1-7. Don Bolger 491
DuPage County launches annual budget survey. Submitted by Evan Shields 211
Emmy nomination surprises: 'The Mandalorian,' Quibi get Emmy love. Mark Kennedy AP Entertainment Writer 921
Faith Leaders to Offer Camping Gear to Homeless in McHenry. Submitted by Faith Leaders of McHenry County 341
Fox River Valley Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution carrying the 'Torch of Patriotism'. Sutherland, By Laurie 2307
Fox River Valley Chapter presents DAR community service award. Submitted by Fox River Valley Chapter of DAR 497
Free trees offered to Waukegan residents. Submitted by Openlands 288
Geneva to host July 29 open house on underground cable replacement project. Submitted by City of Geneva 328
GLMV Stays In Forefront Admist C-19 Challenges. Levin, Carol 623
Help McHenry County Salvation Army give out school supplies to kids in need. Submitted by Salvation Army of McHenry County 539
Illinois Library Association announces winners of 2020 awards and grants. Submitted by the Illinois Library Association Awards list 370
Inside Out Club offers virtual activities to teach kids social, emotional skills. Submitted by Inside Out Club 405
Is our activism paper thin? Rachel Hale 794
Join in blood drive, food drive July 28 in Glen Ellyn. Submitted by Office of state Rep. Terra Costa Howard 359
Join virtual mural reveal with Batavia Park District and Water Street Studios. Submitted by Water Street Studios 617
Lavelle Law voted a top five law firm in Chicago area. Submitted by Jim Mitchell 372
Meridian completes construction on two Elgin spec buildings. Meridian Design Build - Lisa Bashaw 165
Morton Arboretum offers nature programs, online camps for kids. Submitted by Morton Arboretum 863
Murphy highlights local schools selected to receive grants supporting future educators. Office of State Senator Laura Murphy 298
Murphy urges fraud victims to come forward, help bring scammers to justice. Office of State Senator Laura Murphy 300
Murphy urges residents to donate at blood drive July 29. Office of State Senator Laura Murphy 230
New resources for watching birds in DuPage County. Submitted by Diann Bilderback 315
Norris Presents Jazz Legends, Saloff and Kahn, at Baker Center September 11 for St. Charles Jazz Weekend. Mark Smith 735
Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital ranked among Illinois' "Best Hospitals" by U.S. News & World Report. Northwestern Medicine Report 386
Oakton helps create automotive technology pathway for young adults. Submitted by Oakton Community College 583
One State Together in the Arts announces call for artists. Submitted by Illinois Arts Council Agency 325
Peskind Law Firm to host Aug. 7 blood drive. Submitted by Peskind Law Firm 160
Picasso mural removed as Norway begins to tear down block. JAN M. OLSEN Associated Press 398
Put on your dancing shoes and twirl the night away Aug. 15 at Anderson Arts Center. Submitted by Rena Lee 279
Randhurst Bank of America manager offers tips for eliminating financial stress. Leslie Martorelli 616
Red Raiders Leo Club at Huntley High School names new leaders. Submitted by Red Raiders 153
Save-A-Pet: 4-year-old Celena looks forward to going home with an adoptive family. Save-A-Pet submission 209
Schaumburg Library presents 'Post-pandemic Job Market' Series. Submitted by Susan Miura Schaumburg Township District Library 303
Take basic precautions to prevent West Nile virus while enjoying the summer weather. Submitted by Cook County Department of Public Health 381
The Center for Enriched Living Announces Joan Cannon as Board President. April L. Booze 531
The next generation of business leaders and Special Olympics support. Submitted by Steven Gaus, Palatine Area Chamber of Commerce 329
Two construction projects reach major milestones at Fermilab. Submitted by Fermilab 768
U-46, Comcast extend partnership to offer internet service at home to eligible students and families. Submitted by Elgin Area School District U-46 756
Wheeling Township Food Pantry needs on the rise. Submitted by Vicarious Public Relations 314
Women's Club of Inverness appoints new president. Submitted by Carolyn Gralewski 422

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