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Articles from Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) (June 30, 2020)

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'We are the lucky ones' Diary: Four family members, four blood types, four different experiences. Alix Atwell Straight from the Source 1208
'We are the lucky ones'. Alix Atwell Straight from the Source 1208
2 Nats to sit out season for health reasons. David Brandt AP Sports Writer 458
4 1/2 years for Florida man who abused Aurora teen. Harry Hitzeman Legal Affairs Writer -CLMN- 298
4 1/2 years for man who abused Aurora teen. Harry Hitzeman Legal Affairs Writer -CLMN- 193
AAR sells off manufacturing business. 374
Addison Algonquin Aurora Batavia Bensenville Bloomingdale Carol Stream Carpentersville Downers Grove Dundee East Dundee Elburn Elgin Elmhurst Geneva Gilberts Glen Ellyn Glendale Heights Hampshire Huntley Itasca Lisle Lombard Medinah Naperville North Aurora Oak Brook Pingree Grove Roselle South Elgin St. Charles Sugar Grove Villa Park Warrenville West Chicago Westmont Wheaton Winfield Wood Dale Woodridge. 2640
AED Promotes Liz McCabe to Vice President of Education and Programs. Scott McPherson 258
AMC pushes back theater reopening by 2 weeks. Lindsey Bahr AP Film Writer 234
And it's Summerhays who delivers it Rozner:. 1354
Anti-racism talk Wednesday:. 356
Antioch Arlington Heights Barrington Bartlett Buffalo Grove Des Plaines Elk Grove Village Grayslake Hainesville Hanover Park Hoffman Estates Lindenhurst Mount Prospect Palatine Prospect Heights Rolling Meadows Roselle Round Lake Schaumburg Streamwood Waukegan Wheeling Zion. 1664
At-home movie guide. Movie review 1018
Aurora residents invited to discuss police policies. Submitted by City of Aurora 178
Back in the Day Remembering June 30. 306
Big crappie on little water. 723
Billions of dollars in aid for small businesses go unclaimed Aid: Some say program was 'poorly designed from the start'. Joyce M. Rosenberg AP Business Writer 1228
Board member calls for colleague's censure Protest: Cronin says he was offended by behavior. Robert Sanchez 656
Books and enrichment. 520
Bosch scholarships power students' career goals. Submitted by District 214 702
Bost introduces bill to increase flexibility for veteran disability exams. SUBMITTED BY ALEX NAUGHTON Spokesperson for Rep. Mike Bost 151
Bowling Centers Businesses Suffocating with Current Phase 4 Reopening Restrictions. Bill Brennan 456
Cambium Networks names Lynch to board of directors. 165
CASA of DuPage County appoints new Executive Director. Beth Stremel 246
Chris Cross signs with Dawgs. Submitted by SIU Sports Information 218
CLC faculty excel at effective teaching for student success. College of Lake County 507
CLC offers flexible course formats for fall semester. Submitted by the College of Lake County 465
Constable: In Columbus' wake, another Italian proves statue-worthy. Burt Constable 640
Coroner IDs man killed in Roselle shooting. Susan Sarkauskas 213
Couple draw guns at crowd heading to St. Louis mayor's home. Associated Press 617
COVID-19 cases per county. 159
COVID-19 Diary, Part 3: 'We are the lucky ones'. Atwell, By Alix 1269
Crash suspect extradited from Poland. Doug T. Graham 525
Cross Walks-On With Dawgs. SIU Sports Information 207
Cubs, White Sox start treading into uncharted waters. Scot Gregor 637
Deadline is today for Ameren hardship grants. Submitted by Ameren Illinois 237
Deadline today for Ameren hardship grants. Submitted by Ameren Illinois 252
Deer Park leader exits early. Bob Susnjara 410
Deer Park leader exits early:. 410
Did you know? 199
Did you know? 189
Du Quoin area briefs. 203
Du Quoin Call office to reopen July 1. Du Quoin Call staff report 163
Du Quoin Library looking at 'soft' reopening in July. Renee Trappe 450
Du Quoin police blotter. 266
DuPage County Board member calls for censure of colleague for conduct at protest. Robert Sanchez 669
Earth year Is COVID a 'great pause' for looking at the climate? Earth. Mike Baltz 496
Eason Eason named CoSIDA Academic All-American. Submitted BY SIU Sports Information 203
Eason named CoSIDA Academic All-American. SIU Sports Information 203
Elgin will hold off on removing 10 trees after residents' complaints. Elena Ferrarin 471
Elgin will hold off on removing trees. Elena Ferrarin 471
Elk Grove brings in big guns for annexation suit Lawyers: Kasper earlier represented village clerk. Christopher Placek 479
Elk Grove Village brings in legal heavyweights in annexation dispute. Christopher Placek 489
Embrace common sense reforms of police. 396
Family Vacation Night will be held from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. July 6 behind Sallie L. 483
Feder: As Joe Donlon bows out, 'the hunt is on' for new top anchor at WGN. Robert Feder 174
Federal executions to restart? Robert Barnes and Mark Berman The Washington Post 433
First coronavirus-related death in Perry County COVID. Du Quoin Call staff report 543
First coronavirus-related death in Perry County. Du Quoin Call staff report 500
First round of applications to open for business recovery grants $85 million available for small businesses impacted by COVID-19, civil unrest. PETER HANCOCK Capitol News Illinois 625
For sake of peace, keep your mitts off ex-wife's new friend. 587
Four baseball Salukis named to MVC Scholar-Athlete teams. Submitted By SIU Sports Information 449
Geneva seeks $5 million state grant for electrical substation to support develop. Lauren Rohr 357
Geneva to apply for $5 million in grants Grants: Substation would take up 1 acre in business park. Lauren Rohr 345
Geneva to apply for $5 million in grants. Lauren Rohr 345
Gerald Morris of Marion. 288
Gilead's $2,340 price for coronavirus drug draws criticism. MARILYNN MARCHIONE AP Chief Medical Writer 800
Give feedback on Cary's plans for outdoor aquatic facility. Submitted by Cary Park District 466
Golfer Summerhays delivers classic ending. Barry Rozner 1361
Governments backtracking as confirmed virus cases surge. EMILY SCHMALL and ELAINE KURTENBACH Associated Press 691
Harking Back. 970
Hersey's Methner wins Gatorade award. Daily Herald report 305
Home office must-haves. 570
House Dems push through bill to expand Affordable Care Act. Alan Fram Associated Press 233
How families can cook together as they confront COVID-19. 444
How IHSA's sports-medicine panel has proved crucial in efforts to return to play. Kevin Schmit 988
How to effectively freeze vegetables. 437
How to manage low bandwidth during remote learning sessions. 381
IDES also announced Thursday the number of nonfarm jobs decreased in all fourtee. 705, By Jerry Nowicki Capitol News Illinois Jnowicki@Capitolnewsillinois.Com Springfield ' The U.S. 406
In Columbus' wake, another Italian proves statue-worthy. 626
Is there a gator in Lake Glenview? Bob Susnjara 420
Is there a gator in Lake Glenview? Gator: Fisherman disagrees with officials who say he may have seen a snapping turtle. Bob Susnjara 420
Island Lake man sentenced to 9 years for child sex assault. Katie Smith Shaw News Service 178
JALC president set to retire at end of year. Submitted by John A. Logan College 229
Jamborees of jaguars and awkward analogies. 601
Judge warns of possible move of trial in George Floyd death. STEVE KARNOWSKI Associated Press 593
June 29 COVID-19 cases per county; search by ZIP code. 530
Kids + masks + schools = uncertainty for teachers, parents Masks: Special needs not addressed. Madhu Krishnamurthy 948
Kids + masks + schools = uncertainty for teachers, parents. Madhu Krishnamurthy 948
Killer sentenced to probation and counseling. Susan Sarkauskas 412
Kneeze in the Breeze Run. 381
Learn how Alice Paul helped women win the vote Thursday. Submitted by Naperville Public Library 196
Linda Sue Simpson of Harrisburg. 365
Lois June Carmean of Harrisburg. 261
Lombard girl's charity to help homeless scores 'TODAY' show appearance. Marie Wilson 304
Longtime Lake Zurich volunteer laid to rest. Rick West 180
Louisiana abortion law denied Abortion: Dissenting Thomas says court denied a 'perfectly legitimate state law'. Mark Sherman Associated Press 630
Louisiana abortion law denied. Mark Sherman Associated Press 630
Many sources of help available to residents during hard times. Submitted by Don Bolger 452
Millions on the way to hire contact tracers across state. Marni Pyke 530
Miners suspend 2020 season. Miners Media Relations 427
Mississippi to lose rebel emblem from flag. EMILY WAGSTER PETTUS Associated Press 860
Mobile Ranch owes $5,000 water bill Ranch. Curtis Winston Contributing Writer 252
Morello gifts 10-year-old a guitar; Matlin honors Thomas. Scott C. Morgan 422
Mount Prospect Fire Chief Urges Residents to Celebrate the 4th of July Safely. Mount Prospect Fire Department 333
Murphy promotes tollway reforms to reduce costs for drivers. Office of State Senator Laura Murphy 300
Naperville man faces home invasion charge. Daily Herald report 153
New guidelines released for return to in-person education Schools told to prepare for return to remote learning in case of surge. JERRY NOWICKI Capitol News Illinois 921
Nine Chicago health centers among 20 receiving total of $1 million in COVID-19 emergency grants from Delta Dental of Illinois Foundation. Delta Dental of Illinois Foundation 1524
No further changes to ballot access for third-party candidates, federal court rules State elections board wanted revisions on petitions, signatures to be waived. REBECCA ANZEL Capitol News Illinois 911
No gator in Glenview so far, but officials keeping an eye out. Bob Susnjara 432
Oakton to host free virtual cannabis license workshops. Submitted by Oakton Community College 356
On a mission. Submitted by Lauren Hansen 686
One COVID case reported in Saline over weekend COVID. Travis DeNeal 325
Police say teens shot at homeowner when caught breaking into vehicle. Joe Aguilar 302
Probation, counseling ordered for killer. Susan Sarkauskas 467
Proposal to move 25 kids into home stalls. Bob Susnjara 605
Racism allegations follow as plan to move 25 kids into Barrington Hills home sta. Bob Susnjara 619
Reading baseball Baseball's Colin Kaepernick. 694
Reba Mae Woodsides, formerly of Dowell. 177
Recertification flights begin for Boeing 737 MAX. 365
Relay For Life Luminaria display and ceremony set for July 18 in Marion. SUBMITTED BY STEPHANIE SMITH American Cancer Society 327
Reopening guidelines for schools. 202
Report says Illinois was ill-prepared for pandemic. Peter Hancock Capitol News Illinois Report 922
Retail, condos taking shape at historic Naperville library site. Marie Wilson 456
Retail, condos taking shape at historic Naperville library site. Marie Wilson 465
Rides Mass Transit set to resume 'contactless' fare collection July 1. SUBMITTED BY ANA DEUNAMUNO Rides Mass Transit 238
Safely shop for groceries while social distancing. 527
Saline County board returns to in-person meetings, with caution. Travis DeNeal 303
Search for missing girl still on:. 360
Secluded Stars: Tom Morello gifts 10-year-old a guitar; Marlee Matlin honors Marlo Thomas. Scott C. Morgan 422
Small biz contest to reward local operators. 164
Sports in 60 seconds. 398
Starting up NFL anytime soon could spell disaster. 700
State continued unemployment claims remain over 700,000 Pritzker says unemployment security agency continually trying to expand capacity Unemployment. 705, By Jerry Nowicki Capitol News Illinois Jnowicki@Capitolnewsillinois.Com Springfield ' The U.S. 220
State Sen. Dale Fowler week-in-review. SUBMITTED BY MADISON HARNER Spokesperson for Sen Dale Fowler 794
Statewide briefs Pritzker: Won't be afraid to go back. 700
Statewide briefs. 693
Stevenson High School construction projects underway. Russell Lissau 233
Storytelling Returns to GreenMan Theatre as an Online Event. 571
Streamwood resident accused of sexually abusing two girls. Barbara Vitello Legal Affairs Writer -CLMN- 194
Styling the mask Reed Absher creates masks to inspire school spirit. BELLA MORRIS Marion Republican Student Intern 165
Summer Camp Begins at the North Suburban YMCA. Creative Marketing Associates 376
Supreme Court strikes down Louisiana abortion clinic law. MARK SHERMAN Associated Press 943
Susan Bennett Exhibits Abstract Expressionist Paintings in NSYMCA Community Gallery. Creative Marketing Associates 287
Suspect charged with abuse:. 429
Take-out tips when dining at home. 452
The benefits of a new approach to learning for students. 430
The following births were reported at Memorial Hospital of Carbondale. 154
The New Kid In Town. Sophia Chiluisa 386
The right choices on memorials. 590
Tips for effective remote learning. 425
Treading into uncharted waters Gregor: Cubs, Sox prepare for unknown. 631
Trump denies briefing about reported bounties on US troops. Miller, By Zeke; Laporta, James; -Clmn-, Deb Riechmann Associated Press 1134
Trump voters demonstrate wisdom of not dying to see him. Debra J. Saunders 735
Two charged in several attacks near downtown Elgin. Harry Hitzeman Legal Affairs Writer -CLMN- 409
UK judge warns Assange on US extradition hearing attendance. Associated Press 248
Under what circumstances can we have a 2020 NFL season? Knowing what you do about COVID-19 would you play tackle football today? Hub Arkush 706
Vernon Hills woman, homeless man charged in Elgin attacks. Harry Hitzeman Legal Affairs Writer -CLMN- 197
VH Dance Center is moving to Aurora. Submitted by Mary Mytnik 321
Virtual Firecracker 5K. 509
Virus updates. 239
What makes Chicago a great sports city? 262
Wheeling police investigating robbery at video game store. Eric Peterson 203
White House aware of Russian bounties in 2019, sources say. James LaPorta Associated Press 628
Will June polls stand up in November? 566
Will we see high school sports in the fall? Maybe. 307
World & nation in 60 seconds. 300
Young retires as JCHA director after 26 years JCHA. Submitted by Jessie Hall Administrative Assistant Jackson County Housing Authority 172

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