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Articles from Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) (June 12, 2020)

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$250M to social justice cause:. 446
'Artemis Fowl' film on Disney+ loses magic from page to screen. Jake Coyle Associated Press 394
'Artemis Fowl' on Disney+ loses its magic from page to screen. Jake Coyle Associated Press 580
'Nothing will change unless we're all united'. Joe Lewnard 317
'Nothing will change unless we're all united'. Joe Lewnard 278
'Prayer on the Square' draws about 200 in support of unifying the community. HOLLY KEE 301
1.5 million more laid-off workers seek unemployment benefits. CHRISTOPHER RUGABER AP Economics Writer 948
2 new Libertyville restaurants about to open Open: One restaurant to start outdoors, other with carry-out only. Mick Zawislak 472
2 new Libertyville restaurants about to open. Mick Zawislak 472
A new perspective. 684
Alarming rise in virus cases as states roll back lockdowns. MIKE STOBBE AP Medical Writer 1485
Ameren Illinois offers DIY tips for managing energy usage during COVID-19 Energy:. Submitted by Brian Bretsch, Communications Executive 485
Amid COVID, one Scout finds ways to assist. Submitted by Steve Buhman 326
Arts summer camps in the suburbs adapt to pandemic rules. Scott C. Morgan 626
As cases surpass 130,000 statewide, Republicans seek faster reopening. Marni Pyke 541
At-home movie guide. Movie review 1041
Aurora man guilty of DUI, chase, still charged with sexually abusing 3. Harry Hitzeman Legal Affairs Writer -CLMN- 367
Aurora man still faces charges:. 254
Aurora man still faces charges:. 282
Back at it. 1265
Back to the battlefield. Jocelyn Noveck Associated Press 735
Baldwin finding ways to give back. Kevin Schmit 558
Barnes & Noble opens in Schaumburg. 176
Barrington hires fire chief away from Grayslake department. Bob Susnjara 289
Barrington's White House offers Jazz Pizazz Sampler. Submitted by Village of Barrington 304
Black Lives Matter, and white Voices Needed. Gerald Smith 1584
Blackhawks' star Kane pumps brakes on training camp announcement. John Dietz 756
Bloomingdale cop disciplined for hitting 'Like' on Facebook post about shooting. Robert Sanchez 487
Body found in Gallatin is missing Eldorado man. Travis DeNeal 201
Book review: Identical twins veer apart in moving 'Thin Girls'. Molly Sprayregen Associated Press 231
Book review: In the midst of despair, discovering a way to have hope. Diane Cole The Washington Post 982
Bring the kids to Sears Centre's Drive-Thru Character Parade Inside: Meyer helped District 15 grow. 497
Bring the kids to Sears Centre's Drive-Thru Character Parade Inside: Meyer helped District 15 grow. 792
Brown brokers sale for truck parking facility. 181
Calling all princesses and superheroes: Sears Centre to host Drive-Thru Characte. Eric Peterson 222
Carrier Mills-Stonefort High School names freshmen Students of the Year. Submitted by CMSF High School 184
Caterpillar plants to stay mothballed. Joe Deaux Bloomberg 452
CBS 2 wins a Peabody for Dave Savini series. 387
Chatter. 777
Chicago Fire gets favorable draw in MLS tournament. Orrin Schwarz 283
Cocktails to-go. Barbara Vitello 414
COD center helps businesses recover during crisis. Angela Mennecke COD New Bureau 701
Cohen: Trubisky "slinging it" in unofficial workouts. Mike McGraw 778
Cohen: Trubisky 'slinging it' in workouts Bears: Cohen doing yoga to stay in shape. Mike McGraw 778
Community colleges - setting a post-pandemic path forward. 587
Companies touting Black Lives Matter face scrutiny over workforce diversity Diversity: Fortune 500 has 4 black CEOs. Sally Ho Associated Press 1012
Companies touting Black Lives Matter face workforce scrutiny. SALLY HO Associated Press 1046
Concerts from your couch: Blues & Roots Weekend, Back to the Basement virtual '80s fest. 657
Cook County receives $41 million grant for COVID-19 contact tracing. Daily Herald report 230
Cop and board member punished for 'liking' post about shooting rioters Punished: Noonan 'unlikes' post, apologizes for 'my mistake'. Robert Sanchez 475
COVID-19 as a road hazard for teen drivers. 383
COVID-19 cases per county. 558
Crosswalk Community Action Agency urges utility customers impacted by COVID-19 to apply for 'Bill Payment Assistance' Applications will be accepted through June 30. SUBMITTED BY BRIAN BRETSCH AMEREN 388
Cubs add needed bullpen help in second round of draft. Scot Gregor 438
Cubs bolstering the bullpen after losing 4 steady relievers. Scot Gregor 438
Dems object, but panel OKs subpoenas in Russia probe. Mary Clare Jalonick Associated Press 293
Dining events: Naperville's Santo Cielo returns for in-person dining. Caroline Linden 1265
District 57 leader to retire next year. Charles Keeshan 258
Dow sinks almost 7% as coronavirus cases rise Dow: About 1.5M filed for jobless benefits last week. Alex Veiga and Damian J. Troise AP Business Writers 948
Du Quoin briefs. 325
Du Quoin Pool to open Monday; in limited fashion for now. Renee Trappe 362
Du Quoin, Pinckneyville athletes start working out on Monday. Spyder Dann 290
Dueling demonstrations in Pinckneyville stay civil Duel. Spyder Dann 231
DuPage considering whether to ask voters about reducing size of county board. Robert Sanchez 410
DuPage debates whether to ask voters about reducing board. Robert Sanchez 398
Edward Donald Kopshever, formerly of Pinckneyville. 258
Eldorado July 4 fireworks are a go. Travis DeNeal 257
Elgin chief discusses initiatives to improve policing. Elena Ferrarin 435
Elgin council calls for changes regarding police Changes: Residency requirement among the proposals. Elena Ferrarin 714
Elgin council calls for changes regarding police. Elena Ferrarin 714
Elgin council calls for changes to several police-related procedures. Elena Ferrarin 714
Elk Grove Township Offering New Program for Seniors. Vicarious Public Relations 358
Feder: CBS 2 wins Peabody Award for Dave Savini series. Robert Feder 153
Follow God's plan for future success. 488
Football Hill signs three more football gems. Marv Courson Contributing Writer 325
From 12 to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 13, hundreds of adult fiction books will be fre. 323
Garden Packet: Flavor your summer with backyard basil. BRITTNAY HAAG Horticulture Educator/Illinois Extension 662
General: Wrong to walk with Trump past protest. Robert Burns AP National Security Writer 157
Get ready to be a first-time homebuyer. 847
Golf for $5 or less? Youth on Course makes it possible for kids 18 and under. John Dietz 796
GOP picks Jacksonville for Trump convention speech. Associated Press 167
Governor signs budget Budget:. JERRY NOWICKI Capitol News Illinois 776
Governor signs budget, touts spending of federal funds on child care grants Financial uncertainty still swirls as COVID-19 continues to impact tax revenues. JERRY NOWICKI Capitol News Illinois 776
Grayslake chief takes new job. Bob Susnjara 175
Harking Back. 494
Harrisburg High athletes can start conditioning June 22. Spyder Dann 225
Harrisburg Salvation Army outlet to close Saturday is final day; efforts to save store are ongoing Salvation: 'They're going to be sad to see it close'. Travis DeNeal 489
Harrisburg Salvation Army outlet to close Saturday is final day; efforts to save store are ongoing. Travis DeNeal 482
HEParks kicks off summer with its Explorers Camp. Submitted by Hoffman Estates Park District 209
Heritage Church serves local teachers, school staff pizza. Submitted by Oscar Salazar 210
If you could be any pro athlete who would it be? 283
Illinois AG requests state power to investigate police misconduct. Rebecca Anzel capitol News Illinois 328
ILLINOIS EXTENSION: SUMMER GARDEN NEWS Flavor your summer with backyard basil. Submitted by Brittnay Haag, Horticulture Educator, Illinois Extension 648
Imagine, if you will, a kingdom where corruption, libidinousness and avarice are. George Dickie Gracenote 464
In Bischoff, Harrington found a role model. Orrin Schwarz 626
Incentives available during Toll Brothers sales event. Advertiser generated content Submitted by Toll Brothers 596
Iron Gate hosts "drive through" to support nonprofit. 170
Island Lake scraps parade, but fireworks show will go on. Russell Lissau 299
Jackson switches to Purdue. Kevin Schmit 309
June 11 COVID-19 cases per county; search by ZIP code. 553
Kentucky Derby Festival cuts large-scale events. Associated Press 175
KFVS-TV, WPSD-TV changing frequencies. Submitted by Federal Communications Commission 655
Lafayette Park near White House: A soapbox for social unrest. DEB RIECHMANN Associated Press 1051
Laid back and friendly, Russ is looking for a good home. Submitted by the Perry County Humane Society 300
Lake County Forest Preserve dog parks to open in phases. Submitted by the Lake County Forest Preserves 717
Listen to what the rats say Diversifying your environment leads to empathy and a healthier society. 462
Looking for livestream concerts? 577
Marijuana dispensaries set sales record. Jake Griffin 339
MARION - Marion police are searching for a Mt. Vernon man in connection with a w. MARION REPUBLICAN STAFF REPORT 155
Marion athletes can begin conditioning workouts starting Monday. Spyder Dann 237
Masked at the market Ritter. 476
Matthew Lane Tilley of Du Quoin. 159
Morning with the Parkers. Brian Shamie 391
New playground a reason for many happy returns to Wauconda school. Paul Valade 253
New Saluki recruit Ben Sorenson is 'just a football player'. Marv Courson Contributing Writer 430
New this week: Spike Lee flick, 'Artemis Fowl' and Norah Jones. Associated Press 516
No dice, yet, for casino reopenings in Illinois. Christopher Placek 543
No dice, yet, for casinos' opening Dice: Gaming board sets rules for casinos when they open. Christopher Placek 535
No dice, yet, for casinos' opening. Christopher Placek 535
No new COVID-19 cases in Perry County; four more die in Randolph. Du Quoin Call staff report 254
Notes on religion. 748
On the Trail Why do we hike? 482
On with the show. Scott C. Morgan 597
One year later, Hunt's memory lives on at Bartlett. John Lemon 660
Outdoor automation helps manage your yard. Erik J. Martin CTW Features 695
Palatine Park District readies pools. Bob Susnjara 342
Palatine restaurants', bars' outdoor hours extended Hours: Live music also allowed at bars and restaurants. Bob Susnjara 403
Palatine restaurants, bars allowed longer outdoor hours, live music. Bob Susnjara 412
Panel backs body cameras as board chairman chastises cop critics. James Fuller 417
Pelosi, Trump battle over Confederate symbols. Andrew Taylor and Lisa Mascaro Associated Press 547
Perspectives on Progress: Tarver urges 'candid,' 'honest' conversations Representative says demonstrations show good in people, highlight continuing racial inequities. REBECCA ANZEL Capitol News Illinois 612
Pet of the week. 271
Pete Davidson rules Judd Apatow's laid-back 'Staten Island'. 418
Pete Davidson rules Judd Apatow's laid-back 'The King of Staten Island'. Dann Gire Film Critic 423
PGA Tour quietly gets back to business. Doug Ferguson AP Golf Writer 822
Popeye Picnic canceled for 2020 Large groups can't gather, probably until next year. Herald Tribune staff report 238
Potawatomi Casino in Milwaukee has reopened, with restrictions in place. Daily Herald report 265
Prince of Peace says bye to pastor. Submitted by Betsy Boswell 218
Pritzker: Illinois 'shouldn't have a second spike' of COVID-19 if safety rules are followed COVID-19: Numbers trending down. PETER HANCOCK Capitol News Illinois 823
Pritzker: Illinois 'shouldn't have a second spike' of COVID-19 if safety rules are followed. PETER HANCOCK Capitol News Illinois 823
Probe launched into Chicago cops 'lounging' during unrest. Kathleen Foody and Don Babwin Associated Press 515
Psych evaluation ordered for man accused of threats. Susan Sarkauskas 384
Randall Oaks Zoo opening today. Submitted by Katie Keller 289
Reading baseball NFL was first to cross the color line. 753
Red Sox promise action on Fenway Park racism. Matt Bonesteel The Washington Post 590
Remembering June 12. 427
Return on thin ice? Hawks: Can they make a run against the powerful Oilers? 741
Rolling Meadows pioneer served District 15 in era of growth. Bob Susnjara 300
Ron Onesti: Tumultuous time repeats itself. Ron Onesti Special to 1111
Rules for cocktails to-go. 178
Saint Viator Alumnus Returns to Lead Boys' Basketball Program. Jim Mitchell 358
Scott's challenge: Uniting Senate GOP behind police overhaul. LAURIE KELLMAN Associated Press 1014
Scouts to Post Over 700 Flags Across Batavia on Flag Day. Katie Yurkewicz 642
Sentence stands for Downers Grove man. Susan Sarkauskas 303
Sharing and caring Heaven's Kitchen adds fresh produce, dairy to its offerings Heaven's: 'We are very blessed to have people who want to help'. Travis DeNeal 217
Sharing and caring Heaven's Kitchen adds fresh produce, dairy to its offerings. Travis DeNeal 217
Shawnee National Forest to open majority of campgrounds and restrooms. Submitted by Richy Rosado, Public Affairs Officer 284
Shawnee National Forest to open most campgrounds and restrooms. Submitted by Richy Rosado, Public Affairs Officer 284
Should the NCAA push back the college football calendar? 761
SIC to reopen Mary Jo Oldham Center for Child Study in August SIC: Numbers will be severely limited at first. Bourland, Submitted By Tyler; Communications, Sic; Specialist, Relations 377
Sign of the times. Scott C. Morgan 623
SIH COVID-19 Relief Fund: 18 agencies get $1,000 grants. Travis DeNeal 674
SIU makes final COVID-19 test delivery Test. Tim Crosby SIU University Communications 901
SNF to open most campgrounds and restrooms. Submitted by Richy Rosado, Public Affairs Officer 284
So long for now, Lolla. 828
Sound check: Lollapalooza shuts down, but patios open up. Brian Shamie 889
Sox land highly regarded pitcher in second round. Scot Gregor 378
Spike Lee embraces role as an artist in tough times: 'I'm built for this'. Ann Hornaday The Washington Post 1258
Spotlight: Hell in a Handbag streams 'Golden Girls' parody online. Barbara Vitello 543
SPRINGFIELD - Secretary of State and State Librarian Jesse White announced this. SUBMITTED BY RACHEL FRENCH Illinois Secretary of State's Office -CLMN- 208
St. Charles cancels fireworks:. 303
St. Charles cancels fireworks:. 363
St. Emily Eagles soar with distance learning. Submitted by St. Emily School 255
St. Joseph Catholic Church Reopening Continues. Lindee Katdare 381
St. Viator names new cheer coach. Submitted by Jim Mitchell 218
Suburban bars and restaurants mix it up with cocktails to-go. Barbara Vitello 606
Taking a risk for cheers. Susan Estrich 786
Taking a risk for the cheers. 610
Talking to kids about the new reality during COVID-19. Submitted by Edward Elmhurst Health 485
Teacher puts his effort into Rainbow Cafe fundraising Teacher. HOLLY KEE 416
The bees knees. 363
The briefs. 431
The cost of COVID-19 Du Quoin awaits April sales tax receipts with great interest Cost. Renee Trappe 447
The following incidents were obtained from the Carbondale Police Department. Not. 188
Theaters around the world are shuttered because of the COVID-19 pandemic. But Ci. Scott C. Morgan 639
They're the bees knees: Some totally buggy movies to stream this weekend. Sean Stangland 383
Thousands sick from COVID-19 in homes for the disabled. Mohr, Holbrook; Weiss, Mitch; Press, Reese Dunklin Associated 2475
Three charged in fatal shooting of Carpentersville man. Lauren Rohr 334
Trump is not what America stands for. 396
Trump picks Tulsa for return of campaign rallies. 157
Trump says he'll address use of force, inequality Address: Biden says Trump has 'run away from meaningful conversation' on racism. Darlene Superville and Aamer Madhani Associated Press 834
Trump says he'll address use of force, inequality. Darlene Superville and Aamer Madhani Associated Press 834
Two Elgin churches merge to form Journey of Hope. Submitted by Journey of Hope 425
Type A daughter wants more motivated boyfriend. 587
U-46 to host virtual graduations. Madhu Krishnamurthy 521
Urge support for Global Health Security Act. 357
Utility customers impacted by COVID-19 urged to apply for 'Bill Payment Assistance'. SUBMITTED BY BRIAN BRETSCH AMEREN 388
Vacation Bible schools, camps. 1138
Vernon library resuming services. Russell Lissau 454
Virtual graduations across U-46 will be streamed Saturday. Madhu Krishnamurthy 521
Virus update. 361
Virus's, markets' wild ride Stocks drop amid worry over cases of virus rising in many states Virus: 'A disaster that spreads,' says CDC official. Mike Stobbe AP Medical Writer 626
Virus's, markets' wild ride Stocks drop amid worry over rising case counts in many states. Mike Stobbe AP Medical Writer 626
Vols pick up Alabama A&M transfer. Spyder Dann 303
Wait to reopen? Some New York City shops run out of patience. JAKE SEINER and KATHY WILLENS Associated Press 744
Watch 'Golden Girls: Lost Episodes' parody online. 534
What a 'fatty liver' means. 338
When lawmakers can consider raises. 423
White Sox thrilled to land prep pitcher Jared Kelley in second round of draft. Scot Gregor 378
With Supreme Court set to rule on DACA any day, Durbin calls on Senate to protect Dreamers Durbin highlights important work that immigrant health heroes are doing on the front lines throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. SUBMITTED BY EMILY HAMPSTEN Spokesperson for Sen. Dick Durbin 680
World & nation in 60 seconds. 502
Worship services resume at Aurora Advent church. Submitted by Advent Christian Church 221
Young people turned out to protest. Now, will they vote? SARA BURNETT Associated Press 1040

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