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Articles from Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) (March 15, 2020)

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'If you say it, do it'. Eric Peterson epeterson@dailyherald.com 494
'The Exorcist' priest; Pulitzer-winning musician, author. Daily Herald news services Obituary 1327
100 years after women's suffrage, pay gap remains. Krishnamurthy, By Madhu 634
7 new COVID-19 cases hit suburbs Virus: 'Now is not a time for panic'. Rebecca Anzel ranzel@capitolnewsillinois.com 917
7 new COVID-19 cases hit suburbs. Rebecca Anzel ranzel@capitolnewsillinois.com 917
A look at the advantages, pitfalls of working from home Heun: Meetings still productive at home. 1295
A look at the advantages, pitfalls of working from home Heun: You can help build newspaper archive. 1292
A look at the advantages, pitfalls of working from home. Heun, By Dave 1299
A summary of our primary endorsements. 386
Americans brace for week ahead with growing dread. Gillian Flaccus and Jocelyn Gecker Associated Press 628
Analysis: Will coronavirus sink the cruise industry? Adam Minter Bloomberg 1010
Annual contest transforms an old bathtub into new shower Contest: Enter to win. Murphy, By Jean 698
Annual contest transforms an old bathtub to new shower. Murphy, By Jean 875
Another rocket attack hits base housing U.S. troops. Associated Press 254
Antique oak bookshelf has no maker's mark. 381
Arcada Theatre to host livestream concert series. Daily Herald report 205
Arts & entertainment Submit your events at dailyherald.com/share Arts & entertainment. Calendar 1977
Arts & entertainment Submit your events at dailyherald.com/share. Calendar 1348
Association for Individual Development closes Community Day Services Programs. Submitted by Association for Individual Development 200
Association for Individual Development. Submitted by Association for Individual Development 200
At Stevenson, optimism reigns. Joe Aguilar jaguilar@dailyherald.com 663
Auto almanac. 505
Barrington, Fremd, Conant excel at defending. Garofola, By Mike 773
Baseball. 190
Baseball. 186
Batavia Counts Census 2020 wants you to be counted. Submitted by Batavia Public Library 572
Bloomingdale Garden Club speaker offers preserving tips. Submitted by Bloomingdale Garden Club 245
Book review: 'Blackwood' is solid noir novel set in kudzu country. Kendal Weaver Associated Press 354
Book review: New NUMA Files story is a nonstop thrill ride. Jeff Ayers Associated Press 306
Broncos seeking 8th straight title in MSL West. Quagliano, By Dick 843
Bulls, Blackhawks promise to cover lost wages. Mike McGraw mmcgraw@dailyherald.com 193
By the people, for the people. 175
Checking in with the Daily Herald columnists. 481
Common human foods - chocolate, onions, grapes - can be toxic to your pets. Diana Stoll On Pets 597
Common human foods can be toxic to your pets. 592
Constable: Mom and son take the same college class - and team up on projects. Burt Constable bconstable@dailyherald.com 746
Contagion prevents old Prospect champs from seeing Zion. 831
Cool finds for the new parent. Earnest, By Beth 614
Coronavirus illness cases rise to 64 in Illinois with 18 new cases, including fi. Associated Press 393
Create a safe sleep space in a baby's crib, bassinet. 295
Defending state champion Huntley hoping for more Fox Valley softball at a glance. John Lemon jlemon@dailyherald.com 1859
Devils looking to pick up where they left off TOP RETURNERS (LAKE COUNTY) TOP NEWCOMERS (LAKE COUNTY). McLean, By Bill 1559
Devils looking to pick up where they left off. McLean, By Bill 735
Disappeared: Remembering the player's strike of 1994. Scot Gregor sgregor@dailyherald.com 580
Doctor says Trump tests negative for coronavirus. Aamer Madhani and Jill Colvin Associated Press 725
DuKane looks difficult once again Fox Valley girls soccer at a glance. Walker, By Chris 1354
Dundee and Randall Oaks Libraries closed through March 29. Submitted by Fox River Valley Library District 252
Early pot tax revenues outpace other states' Revenues: State could surpass the $34 million originally forecast in tax and sales tax. 810
Early pot tax revenues outpace other states' Watchdog: State could surpass the $34 million originally forecast in tax, sales tax Revenues: State could surpass the $34 million originally forecast in tax and sales tax. 810
Eat, play, sleep, repeat! Tips for developing a schedule for your new family. Harris, By Colette 983
ECC Kids' College offers STEAM camps this summer. Submitted by Elgin Community College 574
Elk Grove looks to rule MSL East once again. Patricia Babcock McGraw pbabcock@dailyherald.com 878
Elk Grove returns plenty of experience in MSL East. John Leusch jleusch@dailyherald.com 717
Endorsements: A summary of Daily Herald recommendations in March 17 primary. The Daily Herald Editorial Board 410
Exploring equal pay, women's vote and counting minorities. 571
Fiance shouldn't ignore medical fertility timeline. 572
For many college athletes, this is a spring break they really don't want. Eric Olson AP Sports Writer 1033
Fox Valley Park District releases response plan for COVID-19. Submitted by Fox Valley Park District 288
From St. Charles to small schools, no shortage of talent in Fox area Fox Valley baseball at a glance. Jerry Fitzpatrick jfitzpatrick@dailyherald.com 1386
Gail Borden Public Library buildings closed through March 29. Submitted by Gail Borden Public Library 323
Geneva offers free yard waste pickup for two weeks. Submitted by city of Geneva 190
Get ready for 'Bananas Monday'. Arthur Arkush aarkush@profootballweekly.com 298
Girls soccer. 189
Girls soccer. 183
Girls soccer: Scouting the Northwest suburbs. Garofola, By Mike 1636
Go to college with Mom? College: 'There is a mixture of annoyance and appreciation,' Aurora mom says. 727
Go to college with Mom? Constable: 'There is a mixture of annoyance and appreciation,' mom says College: 'There is a mixture of annoyance and appreciation,' Aurora mom says. 727
Grayslake N. ready for more success. Joe Aguilar jaguilar@dailyherald.com 1267
Hanover Park cancels events, closes facilities. Daily Herald report 168
Harper College to operate with off-campus learning. Daily Herald report 151
HBO's 'Plot Against America' imagines an alternate history. Lynn Elber Associated Press 641
Heated reaction. Brian Hill bhill@dailyherald.com 189
HEParks closes facilities to limit exposure. Hoffman Estates Park District 184
Home and garden calendar. 615
How companies have campaigned against sick pay for years. Abha Bhattarai and Peter Whoriskey The Washington Post 2359
How safe will voting be this Election Day? Eric Peterson epeterson@dailyherald.com 627
How to avoid dry skin in babies and toddlers. Dr. Amy Lynn Stockhausen American Academy of Pediatrics 658
How to handle - and head off - a tax bill. SEAN PYLES of NerdWallet 757
How to search for scholarships, not get lost in spam. RYAN LANE OF NerdWallet 768
How to stock up wisely, emergency or not. Liz Weston NerdWallet 611
I've been working from home for days. The Netflix-and-quarantine life is not that chill. Geoffrey A. Fowler The Washington Post 2036
Iditarod mushes on. Mark Thiessen Associated Press 649
In lieu of anything fun, read this. Jim Baumann jbaumann@dailyherald.com 417
In lieu of anything fun, you could read this. 411
In Underwood's district, all eyes Tuesday on 7 Republicans Eyes: Incumbent Democrats face challengers in 3 districts. Marie Wilson mwilson@dailyherald.com 557
In Underwood's district, all eyes Tuesday on 7 Republicans. Marie Wilson mwilson@dailyherald.com 557
In Underwood's district, the eyes Tuesday are on 7 Republicans. Marie Wilson mwilson@dailyherald.com 566
It requires no luck of the Irish to grow false shamrocks. 454
Ives, Kinzler square off Tuesday in GOP primary to oppose Casten. Marie Wilson mwilson@dailyherald.com 206
Jagger returns to acting and plays a man of wealth and taste. Jake Coyle AP Film Writer 922
Johanik assumes reins at Wheaton Academy. Dave Oberhelman doberhelman@dailyherald.com 367
Judson Theatre to 'Bring on Tomorrow' with 'Fame Jr.' musical March 19-21. Submitted by Judson University 216
League of Women Voters of Elmhurst to show 'Knock Down the House'. Submitted by League of Women Voters of Elmhurst 375
Learn more about IT classes at COD. Submitted by COD News Bureau 168
Learn the basics on car seats. Earnest, By Beth 627
Like always, we will bounce back. Barry Rozner brozner@dailyherald.com 701
Low-profile primary will determine Durbin opponent in the fall. Marie Wilson mwilson@dailyherald.com 267
Maine West hungry for another CSL North title. John Leusch jleusch@dailyherald.com 864
Make sure you are prepared when traveling with your dog. 729
Meshing parenting styles The key to success? Communication. Harris, By Colette 1089
MSL West race looks to be up for grabs again. John Leusch jleusch@dailyherald.com 925
My first 'real' job after grad school is crushing me. Karla L. Miller The Washington Post 630
Mystic stars. 457
New app provides information for first-time homebuyers and owners. Michele Lerner The Washington Post 323
Now that there aren't any games to keep you up late into the evening (or to look. 453
Palatine's Family Friendly Theatre to present 'Cinderella'. Submitted by Ann Patti 281
Peas are first garden vegetables to go in the ground. Diana Stoll 594
Pitino returns to college basketball as Iona coach. Associated Press 182
Poplar Creek Public Library Remains Open - All Programming Cancelled Through March 31. Mary Hauserman 624
Preseason baseball rankings. 185
Preseason girls soccer rankings. 183
Preseason softball rankings. 187
Progressive challenges Foster Tuesday in race for Congress. Marie Wilson mwilson@dailyherald.com 171
Public Visits Suspended at Aurora's Zoo, Golf Course, Museums and Airport. Submitted by City of Aurora 321
Q&A: What about Social Security, immigration? 1344
Q: Other constituents want to know what you plan to do to decrease the national. 1344
Quigley faces primary test Tuesday from progressive in race for Congress. Marie Wilson mwilson@dailyherald.com 174
Recapping the Selection Sunday that won't happen. Mike McGraw mmcgraw@dailyherald.com 925
Remembering, with a shudder, the last time there was no major-league baseball. Scot Gregor sgregor@dailyherald.com 580
Rent-to-own options in housing: Move in now, buy later. Dima Williams The Washington Post 2176
Right now, things are hard. Like always, we will bounce back. Rozner: Keep your head up and pay attention; we will bounce back. 695
SC recruits lead the way for Lions, Hawks. Quagliano, By Dick 686
Sclafani, Koszewski hope to pick up where they left off. Kevin Schmit kschmit@dailyherald.com 540
Scouting DuPage County baseball conferences. 1693
Scouting DuPage County girls soccer. 1015
Scouting DuPage County softball. 2745
Secret recipe for a dream kitchen Kitchen: Wax your faucets. Michelle Brunner The Washington Post 1313
Secret recipe for a dream kitchen. Michelle Brunner The Washington Post 1313
Seniors can get free income tax help. Submitted by Naperville Park District 312
Softball. 187
Softball. 191
Spring bulbs are starting to pop up foliage, flowers. Tim Johnson Chicago Botanic Garden 358
Spring bulbs are starting to pop up foliage, flowers. Tim Johnson Chicago Botanic Garden 358
St. Patrick's parade organizers now looking at what to do next. Scott C. Morgan smorgan@dailyherald.com 362
State now has 66 coronavirus cases after public health officials announce 2 positive cases downstate. Rebecca Anzel ranzel@capitolnewsillinois.com By Rebecca Anzel ranzel@capitolnewsillinois.com 923
Stevenson, Wauconda could make long runs again. Silber, By Rusty 1248
Suburban virus briefs. Daily Herald report 823
Suspect held after teen shot in Elgin. Chappell, By Mary 229
Team Comment. 184
The end of the road is near for Chicago's much-maligned horse-drawn carriage ind. Chicago Sun-Times 251
There hasn't been a disease in each election year. Bob Oswald 759
There hasn't been an outbreak every election year. 746
TLC and MCC Host Documentary Screening on the Future of Farming in a Changing Climate. The Land Conservancy of McHenry County 382
To our readers: Stay well. 237
Tollway stops taking cash as way to prevent coronavirus spread. Marni Pyke mpyke@dailyherald.com 283
Trump says he's been tested for coronavirus after exposure. Justin Sink and Jennifer Jacobs Bloomberg 465
Trump tests negative for virus. Jill Colvin and Aamer Madhani Associated Press 745
U-46 students showcase work at upcoming spring art shows. Submitted by Elgin Area School District U-46 393
Unfortunately, two bad hands. 629
Vernon Township Food Pantry to stay open as drive-up service and select delivery to seniors. Submitted by Vernon Township Food Pantry 279
Veteran players to watch. 652
Virus doesn't deter horse racing fans at track in Nebraska. Eric Olson and Beth Harris AP Sports Writers 643
Virus update. 574
Watchdog: Illinois' early pot tax revenues outpacing other states. Jake Griffin jgriffin@dailyherald.com 824
Water Street Studios and Fox Valley Food for Health Tentatively Postpone Mural Reveal Party until April 2. Submitted by Water Street Studios 695
White House to do health check of those in contact with Trump. Justin Sink Bloomberg 229
Worst-case science scenarios take us on road to dumb panic. 587
Would-be stars of the Geneva Motor Show. 557
You have forgotten the second part of 'blunt yet kind'. 460
Your kids don't want your stuff. 462
Your kids don't want your stuff. LIZ WESTON of NerdWallet 733
Your Views. 392

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