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Articles from Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) (June 24, 2020)

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'A sign of progress'. Katlyn Smith ksmith@dailyherald.com 732
'Write a Joe or Jane' campaign a success. Submitted by Barbara DiGuido 285
* Washington state will require people to wear facial coverings in public settin. 272
1 city, 1 voting place: Kentucky braces for lines in primary. BRUCE SCHREINER and CHRISTINA A. CASSIDY Associated Press 1016
11 years in prison for Aurora man after guilty plea in attempted murder. Harry Hitzeman Legal Affairs Writer hhitzeman@dailyherald.com -CLMN- 439
30 years since Irwin's long road to U.S. Open playoff victory at Medinah. Ziehm, By Len 702
4 keys to making better contact with golf ball. Chuck Lynch Play Better Golf Academy 259
60-game schedule issued, with a start set for July 23 or 24. Ronald Blum AP Baseball Writer 292
7-year-old Lombard girl providing masks, with an even bigger goal in mind. Marie Wilson mwilson@dailyherald.com 573
A 'Great' suburban workplace. 319
A cry for help, but what kind? Jim Nowlan 834
A love of burgers leads to the very best way of cooking them. Mauer, By Don Recipe 956
A love of burgers leads to the very best way of cooking them. 643
A shopping list for wines perfect for summer chilling, grilling Ross: Check out Ross' choice for something special for grilling. 629
Activists list 6 demands for Elgin police Demands: 'Jensen will have to decide when to retire,' mayor says. Elena Ferrarin eferrarin@dailyherald.com 948
Activists list 6 demands for Elgin police. Elena Ferrarin eferrarin@dailyherald.com 948
Air Force Association names McHenry High School teacher Illinois STEM Teacher of the Year. McHenry Community High School District 156 370
Allow a little wiggle room for noisy neighbor's music. 587
Apartments planned on old industrial site in Mundelein. Russell Lissau rlissau@dailyherald.com 332
Apple previews iOS 14 Apple: iPhone 12 expected by Christmas. Michael Liedtke AP Technology Writer 643
Appreciate good news on virus, but don't let your guard down. 711
Area fireworks celebrations for Fourth. John Broux Pana News Group Editor and Kathy Lynch Pana News Group 286
Area students receive scholarships from Shelby County Farm Bureau. 185
Arlington Heights Memorial Library to reopen Friday. Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com 450
Arlington Hts. library to reopen Friday Reopen: Drive-up window at library will be available. Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com 443
Ask yourself whether it's worth the climb. 509
Ask yourself whether it's worth the climb. 509
At least one killed in crash:. 353
Back in the Day Remembering June 24. 323
Bartlett student elected to ECC board. Submitted by Elgin Community College 387
Baseball's back: MLB sets 60-game sked, opens July 23 or 24. RONALD BLUM<\n>AP Baseball Writer 1175
Batavia VFW planning mini Fourth of July parade for kids. Lauren Rohr lrohr@dailyherald.com 342
Bears hope for more catches from new crew of tight ends Bears: Graham, Kmet should provide a jolt. 755
Bears hope for more catches from new crew of tight ends. Mike McGraw mmcgraw@dailyherald.com 761
Beatrice Sneddon of Marion. 192
Benton duo finishes fifth at Bass Fishing Invitational Richardson, Wielt have solid outing at East Fork Lake. Staff Report 177
Bicycle/pedestrian connections to Busse Woods now open. Submitted by the office of state Rep. Marty Moylan 190
Big crappie on little water. 724
Big lakes dominate discussion when it comes to crappie fishing. 724
Black Lives Matter activists in Elgin list six demands about police. Elena Ferrarin eferrarin@dailyherald.com 958
Braceros taking over girls volleyball program at Elk Grove. John Leusch jleusch@dailyherald.com 786
Brooke Dean commits to future Pana Community Hospital service. Melissa Rybolt PCH Marketing Manager 304
Candidate lays out police accountability plan. Doug T. Graham dgraham@dailyherald.com 380
Carnegie-Schuyler Library new books. submitted by library staff 429
Christian County sees COVID-19 increase COVID-19: Increases. Luke McQuillan staff reporter 388
Christian County sees COVID-19 increase COVID: Pase 4 reopening to proceed. Luke McQuillan staff reporter 450
Churches reopening A lot of planning has to happen before throwing the doors back open Churches. Jim Beers Contributing writer 673
City terminates contract with utility consultants Council: City terminates contract. Ellen Christner correspondent 591
City wide garage sales are July 17, 18 Sales: Annual dinner. John Broux Pana News Group Editor 185
COD trustee named to ICCTA board. COD News Bureau 224
Congress stalls on policing overhaul. Lisa Mascaro AP Congressional Correspondent 372
Contentment is a matter of perspective. 622
Cook library board leader steps down Resigns: Quirke accuses critics of 'anger and hate'. Russell Lissau rlissau@dailyherald.com 458
Cook Memorial library board President Quirke resigns over homophobic statements. Russell Lissau rlissau@dailyherald.com 468
Cook Memorial library board president resigns over homophobic statements. Russell Lissau rlissau@dailyherald.com 458
Correction Correction:. Correction notice 219
Council hears residents' concerns over posts near alley. John Broux Pana News Group Editor 448
County might fly Pride flag starting Friday. Russell Lissau rlissau@dailyherald.com 457
COVID-19 cases per county. 531
COVID-19 uncertainty means shorter District 25 contract. Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com 238
Dad and his legacy 'What we become depends on what our fathers teach us at odd moments'. 449
Dej... vu fish tacos ride again with some tweaks. Marni Pyke mpyke@dailyherald.com 482
Developers eyeing former industrial land in Mundelein for apartment complex. Russell Lissau rlissau@dailyherald.com 343
District has balanced FY20 budget Board: District balances budget. Ellen Christner correspondent 887
Doctor of Bible. 178
Dog ordinance, confrontation event aired at Herrick meeting. Millie Meyerholz Correspondent 891
Don't trash herb stems: Chop and add them to your salads and sautes. Ali Slagle The Washington Post 498
DuPage officials debate: Should COVID-19 relief money cover all police, fire cos. Robert Sanchez bsanchez@dailyherald.com 564
Edith Mae Reindl, 85, Ramsey, dies June 13. 249
Edna M. Franklin of Tilden. 304
Elgin Black Lives Matter activists list six demands about the police. Elena Ferrarin eferrarin@dailyherald.com 947
Elizabeth "Libby" Miller, 90, Decatur, passes away June 15. 278
Ex-FBI agent accused of storing top-secret documents at home. Associated Press 222
Faithful Ford driven for the last mile. 716
Fauci hopeful for a vaccine by late 2020, early 2021. LAURAN NEERGAARD and RICARDO ALONSO-ZALDIVAR Associated Press -CLMN- 894
Fauci: Next 2 weeks in U.S. critical Surge: Fauci is cautiously optimistic there will be a vaccine at year's end. Lauran Neergaard and Ricardo Alonso- Zaldivar Associated Press 658
Fauci: Next 2 weeks in U.S. critical. Lauran Neergaard and Ricardo Alonso- Zaldivar Associated Press 658
Fear Itself More Big Thoughts in a COVID-19 World. Kevin D. Kriesel Blue Mound UMC 751
Feder: Over and out for Jason & Katie at US99. Robert Feder 153
Feder: WCGO's 'Gabby Road' morphs into 'The Hannah and Fred Show'. Robert Feder 207
Finley receives 21 months for Tower Hill embezzlement Finley: Sentenced in court. Susan McGrath Staff writer 176
Five steps to resetting your finances and preparing for financial success. Mike Rettaliata 799
Franklin County land transfers. 667
Franklin County sheriff's blotter. 433
Free 'Do the Right Thing' rental this week, with Spike Lee talk Thursday. Associated Press 194
Fundraisers Submit your events at dailyherald.com/share. Calendar 328
Gentle Social Shaming Mobilizes a Massive PPE Response. Stacey McClenathan 462
Get COVID antibody test with blood donation. Submitted by Red Cross 397
Glen Ellyn hosts Fourth of July decorating contest. Submitted by Glen Ellyn Fourth of July Committee 220
Gold Hill Township Cemetery Board accepting maintenance donations. Submitted by Christy Short 279
Golf course offers lessons, leagues, youth programs. Submitted by Northbrook Park District 226
Governor stops in West Frankfort to discuss expansion of coronavirus relief initiatives Relief. PETER HANCOCK Capitol News Illinois 527
Harvesting hope. Jamie Bartosch Beth Tikvah Congregation 642
Heaven's Kitchen Marion to receive COVID relief grant funding Kitchen:. HOLLY KEE hkee@localsouthernnews.com 208
Her help for the homeless masks larger charitable goal Homeless: 'Having a mask is the best choice right now,' 7-year-old says. Marie Wilson mwilson@dailyherald.com 554
Her help for the homeless masks larger charitable goal. Marie Wilson mwilson@dailyherald.com 554
History of America's Independence Day. metro creative 351
How Elkay helps Habitat for Humanity achieve its goals. Interview 1116
IAA receives Great Place to Work honor. 162
Ice cream on a hot day. metro creative 179
Impero Software Appoints Richard Cremona to its Board of Directors. Impero Software 286
Important health reminders from HSHS during active tick season. submitted by hshs 612
It's National Pollinator Week; join farmers in making a difference Guest: Join local farmers in making a difference this week. 599
It's official Chester Yellow Jackets to join Cahokia Athletic Conference Jackets. Jim Beers Contributing writer 439
John Culumber Memorial Golf Classic registration open for July 18 outing. submitted by shelby co. farm bureau 186
June 23 COVID-19 cases per county; search by ZIP code. 526
Juneberry Mocktail/Cocktail. Recipe 206
Keys to making better contact with the ball. Chuck Lynch Play Better Golf Academy 259
Know your church's mission. Larry Daniel 668
Labor Day Parade committee cancels 2020 Pana event. Submitted by Labor Day Parade Committee 367
Lake Land College to host variety of virtual youth summer classes. Submitted by Mercury Brown Lake Land College 500
Lake Land College to host virtual summer college courses for youth. Submitted by Lake Land College 498
Lake Land College to host virtual summer college for area youth. Submitted by Mercury Brown Lake Land College 500
Lanore Elva Lane, formerly of Benton. 269
Letter to the Editor: The Proposition that is America. Letter to the editor 833
Library gives summer reading a new look this year. Submitted by Becky Ferguson 381
Library program looks at effects of climate change. Submitted by Ed Madden 245
Lincoln Land spring honor students. Submitted by LLCC 158
Linda Rhodes-Polley, 72, Oblong, dies. 265
Local electric aggregation options. submitted by city of assumption 244
Look who's promoting division now. 508
Look who's promoting division now. 588
Major League Baseball sprinting toward the abyss once again Rozner:. 905
Make sure to give your senior cat a little extra TLC. Diana Stoll On Pets 561
Marion council debates sale of Morgan Ave. lot. CURTIS WINSTON CONTRIBUTING WRITER 357
Mercy and the Bible go hand in hand Mercy. 518
MLB sprinting toward the abyss once again. Barry Rozner brozner@dailyherald.com 911
MLB:. 666
Mood swings dangerous for husband. 458
Mourners bid farewell to Rayshard Brooks at historic church. KATE BRUMBACK Associated Press 905
Naperville Native's Startup Registers with Teachers and Young Voters. Ivy Marketing Group 573
NCH hosts Virtual Cancer Survivor Event for all. AJ Steinbruecker 370
New book for kids benefits parents and Mundelein Parks Foundation. Submitted by Deb Engdahl 307
New Dist. 25 principal:. 358
New Specialty and Juvenile Courts Division Created. Coattail Digital Media 273
New Windsor school principal in Arlington Heights. Daily Herald report 181
No cancer warning on Roundup labels, judge rules. 340
No charges in NASCAR noose incident. Associated Press 772
No more Segways. Associated Press 180
No. 1 tennis player Djokovic, wife have virus after his exhibitions. Associated Press 735
Officials issue warning to those who attended basketball tourney. Patricia Babcock McGraw pbabcock@dailyherald.com 254
On the Trail Memories abound on Giant City's Nature Trail. 528
Our view Dad and his legacy 'What we become depends on what our fathers teach us at odd moments'. 449
Over 3,400 books donated to fill literary gap left by closed libraries and schools; SCARCE finding new ways to help kids in need of books at home. Carolyn Horak 420
Over and out for Jason & Katie at US99. 407
Pana Pride to test-run limb pick up program. Luke McQuillan staff reporter 227
Pana school district retiring staff share plans, memories. Submitted by Pana Schools 846
Parents need help? Sign up for free Centerstone videoconferences. Submitted by Centerstone 337
Paul Lee Sarver, 89, Herrick, dies June 13. 347
Paul Lee Sarver, 89, Herrick, dies. 347
PCC golf results. Submitted by Greg Gruber 209
Permit: New zoning changes also approved. CURTIS WINSTON CONTRIBUTING WRITER 342
Phase 4 is officially a 'go' for Friday Reopen. JERRY NOWICKI Capitol News Illinois 981
Police Blotter. 1151
Police Blotter. 354
Politicians cautiously wade back into in-person fundraising Miller. 769
Politicians cautiously wade back into in-person fundraising Miller: Politicians cautiously get back to in-person fundraising. 770
Public employee unions run the state of Illinois. 464
Pubs, restaurants in England to reopen as virus toll eases. JILL LAWLESS and DANICA KIRKA Associated Press 797
Rainbow surprise. Travis DeNeal tdeneal@dailyregister.com 207
Ramsey school board approves budget and teacher contract School: New staff hired. Susan McGrath Editor 467
Randolph County has only one active COVID case. Herald Tribune staff report 250
Randolph County sheriff's blotter. 407
Ready: State prepares to move into Phase 4 as numbers decline. JERRY NOWICKI Capitol News Illinois 936
Reflecting on Irwin's U.S. Open playoff victory at Medinah. 695
Refresh Your Memory. 1154
Research shows U.S. is drinking less alcohol during the pandemic. Leslie Patton Bloomberg 698
RIDES to resume contactless fare collection July 1 Rides. Submitted by Ana DeUnamuno, RIDES Mass Transit District 240
RMTD to resume 'contactless' fare collection Mobile ticketing option available on Saluki Express service beginning July 1. SUBMITTED BY ANA DEUNAMUNO, Rides Mass Transitm 240
Rolling Meadows High grad earns P.E.O. STAR Scholarship. Submitted by Mary Mayer, P.E.O. Chapter FW 435
Roselle village hall set to reopen on July 6. Trey Arline tarline@dailyherald.com 233
Roselle village hall to reopen July 6. Trey Arline tarline@dailyherald.com 327
Roselyn Pennycuff, 87, Shelbyville, dies. 269
Ross' choice. 212
Rt. 14 travel restricted due to mine subsidence. Submitted by Jeff Bowling Illinois Department of Transportation -CLMN- 162
Russell Merriman, 98, Fillmore, dies June 16. 183
Saudi Arabia: Hajj will see at most 'thousands' due to virus. AYA BATRAWY Associated Press 1081
Schaumburg trustees break fast with approval of Mediterranean restaurant. Eric Peterson epeterson@dailyherald.com 327
Schaumburg trustees break fast with approval of Mediterranean restaurant. Eric Peterson epeterson@dailyherald.com 266
School board approves budget, looks at requirements for in-person classes. Susan McGrath Staff Writer 762
Sewing for Missions delivers hospital gowns. submitted by joyce shelton 255
Shelby County 4-H'er reels in a big catch. submitted by Yolanda nation 185
Shirley Bollhorst, 84, Moweaqua, passes away June 22. 229
Should COVID-19 money cover all police, fire costs? Relief: Departments reimbursed only for virus expenses. Robert Sanchez bsanchez@dailyherald.com 552
Simple ways to save after being laid off or furloughed. metro creative 565
Social Security benefits for children with disabilities. Eisenhauer, By Matt 283
Spate of shootings raises fears of a violent summer. LISA MARIE PANE and KATHLEEN FOODY Associated Press 1002
Sports in 60 seconds. 280
State releases plan for schools to reopen this fall. Marni Pyke and Jake Griffin mpyke@dailyherald.com jgriffin@dailyherald.com 1001
State: Let's reopen schools in fall With 60 pages of guidelines, districts in suburbs now must plan School: No more than 50 in lunchrooms, on buses. Marni Pyke and Jake Griffin mpyke@dailyherald.com jgriffin@dailyherald.com 969
State: Let's reopen schools in fall With 60 pages of guidelines, districts in suburbs now must plan. Marni Pyke and Jake Griffin mpyke@dailyherald.com jgriffin@dailyherald.com 969
Stephen DeWerff, 63, Hillsboro, passes away June 15. 657
Steppenwolf Theatre resets season in shadow of COVID-19. Barbara Vitello bvitello@dailyherald.com 254
Street violence is the product of broken system. 482
Summer entertaining Meredith: Give your kids the chance to forage for some garden ingredients. 829
Summer entertaining: Enjoy the outdoors with a veggie board, Juneberry mocktails, and grilled peach sundaes. Meredith, By Leslie Recipe 1311
Syracuse the choice for Glenbard West's Hoeh. Kevin Schmit kschmit@dailyherald.com 291
Syracuse the choice for Glenbard West's Hoeh. Kevin Schmit kschmit@dailyherald.com 284
Taking the long view Despite obstacles from health crisis, many local leaders keeping focus on future prosperity. 436
Testimony on Roger Stone:. 222
The following births were reported at Memorial Hospital of Carbondale. 325
The history of America's Independence Day. metro creative 413
The Lady is 80! SUBMITTED BY CARA RACINE, The Varsity Center 283
Tips for a fun Fourth of July party. metro creative 505
Tips for hosting an extremely fun 4th of July party. metro creative 505
Township breaks ground on senior center. Submitted by Nicole Pica-Barnes 232
Trail connects thousands of Gurnee residents to preserve. Mick Zawislak mzawislak@dailyherald.com 453
Trapshooting now open at Sportsman's Park. Submitted by Naperville Park District 251
Trump credits new border wall with stopping migrants, virus. JONATHAN LEMIRE Associated Press 971
Trump rally size raises question about risk in age of virus. Madhani, By Aamer; Lemire, Jonathan; Press, Alexandra Jaffe Associated 1017
Trump tells aides he backs 2nd round of stimulus. Stein, By Jeff; Dawsey, Josh; -Clmn-, Erica Werner The Washington Post 388
Trump-backed House candidates lose in Kentucky, North Carolina. Associated Press 339
UN Public Service Day: Rotary provides $20 million to help communities respond to COVID-19. Stephanie Herzfeld 346
United States Military Academy at West Point, Graduation Announcement. Robert Manfredini 258
Up & Coming. 226
URBANA - Join Extension Educators Austin Little and Erin Garrett as they help yo. SUBMITTED BY HEATHER WILLIS, Marketing & Communications Extension Program Coordinator 224
US Foods donates $250,000 in food to Chicago depository. Submitted by US Foods 203
Vegetables often are a love-or-hate relationship. 852
Volunteer 'was always involved'. Bob Susnjara bsusnjara@dailyherald.com 355
Warrant issued for Elgin man in stalking case. Harry Hitzeman Legal Affairs Writer hhitzeman@dailyherald.com -CLMN- 269
Wearing face masks and gloves and working in the pouring rain, members of Beth T. Jamie Bartosch Beth Tikvah congregation 644
What's open, closed in Chester Phase 4 dawns Friday, so expect lots of changes. Submitted by the Chester Chamber of Commerce 860
What's the greatest feat you've seen at an athletic venue? 461
What's wrong with my jam? submitted by u of I extension. 796
Wheeling homicide suspect to appear in court Monday. Barbara Vitello Legal Affairs Writer bvitello@dailyherald.com -CLMN- 261
Work begins on Assumption's walking trail. John Broux Pana News Group Editor 302
WVC Bass Team signs Marion's Colin King. Staff Report 226
Youth charged with shooting friend, punching deputy. Bob Smith rsmith@dailyherald.com 327
Youth charged with shooting friend, punching deputy. Bob Smith rsmith@dailyherald.com 327
Youth science camps offered. submitted by u of I extension 202

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