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Articles from Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) (June 28, 2020)

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'Maximizers' can reduce angst over decisions. 729
1 fatally shot at protest in Louisville. Associated Press 282
4 charged in attack on Jackson statue. Associated Press 317
An Irish expat in Hong Kong lands in a love triangle in 'Exciting Times'. Bethanne Patrick The Washington Post 470
Arlington Heights takes a dip again. Bob Susnjara 662
As they reach retirement age, wind farms become prime investments. Nathaniel Bullard Bloomberg 679
Aunt Jemima photo actually an art project. 765
Barrington area artist responds to COVID-19 in "We Are All Contagious" juried online exhibition thru August 31. Robin Booth 351
Biden leads, but Dems warn against overconfidence. Bill Barrow Associated Press 941
Celebrating safely An injury-free Independence Day starts with leaving fireworks to the pros. 421
CERN wants to build huge electron-positron collider. Erin Blakemore The Washington Post 365
COVID-19 Diary Diary: Friends thought I was alarmist. Alix Atwell Straight from the Source 1208
COVID-19 Diary, Part 1: 'I'm scared, but I can't show it'. Atwell, By Alix 1237
COVID-19 Diary. Alix Atwell Straight from the Source 1208
Cruising the neighborhood. Submitted by village of Bensenville 171
Diagnose a garden problem and fix it with expert advice. 482
Don't fall for COVID-19 student loan relief scams. ANNA HELHOSKI of NerdWallet 762
Eerie calm settles on housing market, defying doomsayers for now. Joe Light and Shahien Nasiripour Bloomberg 1186
Enjoy beauty of nature with 'Fresh Air' virtual art exhibit. Submitted by Julia Kemerer, Brushwood Center at Ryerson Woods 426
Ex-cons confront labor market that's likely to leave them behind. Olivia Rockeman and Catarina Saraiva Bloomberg 875
Exploring Trump's see-no-evil posture on coronavirus. Calvin Woodward and Hope Yen Associated Press 733
Feds' mixed messages on coverings sow confusion. Aamer Madhani Associated Press 820
Fermilab offering free online lectures. Submitted by Fermilab 233
Fermilab offering free online lectures. Submitted by Fermilab 203
Fiction. 181
Fideliter Club presents $20,500 to Food for Greater Elgin. Submitted by Fideliter Club of Elgin 445
Forest fleet ranked No. 1 in nation. Submitted by DuPage Forest Preserve District 324
Four stars: superior. Three: good. Two: average. One: poor. D (drug use), L (lan. 840
Geneva cancels concerts; Shakespeare goes virtual. Submitted by City of Geneva 195
Georgeff never called any rocketing doctors over Arlington. 733
Glen Ellyn Historical Society Signs Up for GE 4th of July Patriotic Home and Storefront Decorating Contest. Jean Jeske 157
Good News Sunday: Lombard girl providing masks for the homeless, with an even bigger goal in mind. Jim Baumann 608
Green lawn without chemicals. 374
Growing up Santo. 964
Harper students aim to help 'Dreamers'. 749
Harvick knocks off Pocono from winless list. Dan Gelston AP Sports Writer 319
Have a healthy, green lawn without chemicals. 374
Herald launches paper in Shelbyville. 312
Historic Saharan dust event fouls air along Gulf Coast. Andrew Freedman and Matthew Cappucci The Washington Post 556
Historic Saharan dust event fouls air along Gulf Coast. Andrew Freedman and Matthew Cappucci The Washington Post 396
I'm sorry for your loss, but quit asking for donations. 566
Inspired designs sparked by areas of interest. 493
Inspired designs sparked by things of interest. Joseph Pubillones 496
It's time to make the national anthem special again Special: Let's make the anthem special again. 572
Jamborees of jaguars and awkward analogies. 595
Jewish Genealogical Society hosts virtual 'Kvell and Tell'. Submitted by Jewish Genealogical Society of Illinois 235
June 27 COVID-19 cases per county; search by ZIP code. 152
June: Begin a transition. Adrian Higgins The Washington Post 916
Kane County uptick triggers a warning. Jake Griffin 585
Lake Villa library to reopen Monday. Mick Zawislak 434
Liz Weston: How 'maximizers' can cut decision-making angst. LIZ WESTON of NerdWallet 748
Local food drive benefits York Township Food Pantry. Submitted by Amy Kofink 233
Mail-in voting not total answer to suppression. 463
Make the anthem special again. Orrin Schwarz 578
Man charged with sex abuse. Orrin Schwarz 161
Millennial Money: How to plan and budget for DIY goals now. SEAN PYLES of NerdWallet 764
Most suburban hedges are pruned incorrectly. Tim Johnson Chicago Botanic Garden 284
Mystic stars. 453
New from Apple at WWDC: Hand washing alerts, iPhone widgets and privacy 'nutrition labels'. Geoffrey A. Fowler and Heather Kelly The Washington Post 1407
New HBO series looks at lives disrupted by a serial killer. Mark Kennedy AP Entertainment Writer 776
New white Democrats chase abstract issues with abandon. 649
O'Donnell: Georgeff never called any rocketing doctors over Arlington. Sports, By Jim O'Donnell; Columnist, Media 748
On the 27th anniversary of his farewell, looking back at Carlton Fisk. 720
P.E.O. Scholarships Awarded to Local High School Graduates. 378
Pandemic inspires new connection with old friend. 877
Pandemic internet aid is ending, but digital divide remains. Gerry Smith Bloomberg 1114
Plant splashes of purple throughout the garden. Diana Stoll 513
Princeton to remove Wilson's name from buildings. The Washington Post 333
Rack up points in Wheaton's summer reading challenge. Submitted by Wheaton Public Library 310
Realty offices deliver 100 meals to workers at Good Samaritan. Submitted by Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Chicago 209
Rebel colors no more? Flag: Some threatened during last try at change. Emily Wagster Pettus Associated Press 855
Renowned American filmmaker; 'The Graduate' author. Daily Herald news services 1028
Replacement found for longtime Lake Zurich Dist. 95 board member. Bob Susnjara 224
SCARCE donates books, supplies to low-income families. Submitted by Carolyn Horak 375
Seeing isn't always believing: Google starts fact-checking images. Rachel Lerman The Washington Post 720
Shingle roofing raises questions. 493
Small businesses turned to technology to survive the pandemic. But it may not be enough. Heather Kelly The Washington Post 1771
Social distancing stickers removed before Tulsa rally. Joshua Partlow and Josh Dawsey The Washington Post 392
Some Arlington Heights residents back in the pool. Bob Susnjara 375
Sox pay up, sign second-round pick. Scot Gregor 470
Sox, Cubs could benefit from sprint Rozner: Sox, Cubs could benefit from sprint. 624
Sports in 60 seconds. 295
Suburban native 'helpless' to 'Hamilton's' spell. Barbara Vitello 356
Sudden summer heat has gardeners dancing a seasonal salsa. Adrian Higgins The Washington Post 1015
Suggestions for how to identify, relieve your feline's stress. 590
To cope with virus Dr. Bryant pens haikus all better than this. 810
Todd matches Johnson's 61 to take the lead at Travelers Championship. Pat Eaton-Robb AP Sports Writer 561
Two dead after shooting at business center in California. Associated Press 373
Two questions about shingle roofing problems. Barry Stone 521
U.S. intelligence: Russians offered bounty on U.S. troops. The Washington Post 509
U.S.: American jailed in Spain was an unwitting drug mule. Eric Tucker Associated Press 598
Virus update. 455
Visitor bans renew interest in nursing home cameras. Susan Haigh and John Seewer Associated Press 789
Watch list: 5 Cubs to keep an eye on during shortened season. Scot Gregor 583
We all have to make this work together. Lee H. Hamilton 641
We all have to make this work together. 544
Where to find July 4 fireworks, car parades and decorated houses in the suburbs. Lisa Friedman Miner 1211
Which Cubs to keep an eye on during shortened season Watch: Cubs to keep your eye on this season. 577
White Sox pay up, sign second-round draft pick Kelley. Scot Gregor 470
White Sox, Cubs could benefit from sprint. Barry Rozner 630
Who's the greatest athlete ever to come out of the suburbs? 288
Young novice protesters help drive wave of dissent. Lindsay Whitehurst Associated Press 556

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