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Articles from Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) (May 13, 2020)

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"Cece Saves the Planet" Release on Amazon. Ashley Keller 161
'Foretaste' of Brexit: Virus cuts off much of UK farm labor. SYLVIA HUI Associated Press 985
'He'll be sorely missed'. Elena Ferrarin 558
'We Serve' guides Schaumburg-Hoffman Lions Club. Submitted by Vivian Leabhart, Schaumburg-Hoffman Lions Club 658
49 pounds lighter, former Lombard police chief wins Fittest Loser contest. Susan Sarkauskas 363
A different way to define 'freedom'. 463
A no-water-added method for browning and crisping any vegetable you want EZPZ Fried and Steamed Cauliflower. Mauer, By Don Recipe 806
A no-water-added method for browning and crisping any vegetable you want. Recipe 539
Amelia Morris wins Garavalia Lab Choir Award Morris. Submitted by Alisa Leffler Benton District 47 music teacher 300
Another bad month for Boeing. 308
Answer to the reason peanut butter cookies are crosshatched. 842
Aphasia: When communication becomes difficult. 420
Assumption council approves raises, considers new siren purchase Council: Approves raises. Submitted by City of Assumption 627
At best, results still out on Swedish approach. 449
At the May meeting, the Lake Land College Board of Trustees approved a new progr. Submitted by Lake Land College 198
At-home movie guide. Movie review 1079
Aurora Central High School Hosts Virtual Fundraiser to Benefit Tuition Assistance and Technology Programs, May 13-17. Mackenzie Livingston 370
Aurora Downtown's 'Carryout Days' features weekly specials in May. Submitted by Aurora Downtown 334
Back in the Day Remembering May 13. 407
Back to nature (kind of). Daily Herald report 199
Bad time for MLB owners, players to be selfish. Barry Rozner 871
Bad time for MLB owners, players to show selfish side Rozner: Players must meet owners in the middle. 865
BCHS boys coach, among others earning postseason award. Spyder Dann 416
Beans, tortilla chips and a punchy vinaigrette make this salad something special. Joe Yonan The Washington Post 171
Beep beep! Congrats, Wauconda grads! Joe Lewnard 212
Blue Angels flyover salutes first responders, health care and essential workers. Mark Welsh 200
Blue Angels salute those hard at work in hard times. Mark Welsh 189
Boyfriend says he wants to commit, but does he really? 583
Boylen not to blame for Bulls' misery. 719
Broadway shutdown extended until at least Labor Day. Mark Kennedy AP Entertainment Writer 166
Buy a T-shirt, help a local business T-shirt: Help local business. John Broux Pana News Group editor 398
Cawley brokers three leases in Willowbrook. 389
Chaz D. Barthel of Chester. 160
Christian Mitchell Rolla of Benton. 346
City council approves $714,000 asphalt bid to resurface streets. CURTIS WINSTON Contributing Writer 222
City to flush hydrants next week Hydrants: Flushing begins next week. submitted by Brian d. blodgett 882
CLC donation of PPE a huge help to cancer center. Submitted by the College of Lake County 640
Clearing up some golf misconceptions that cause you to miss the cup. TJ Sullivan GOLFTEC director of instruction 790
Closures at Rend Lake extended through May 31 Closures. Submitted by Timothy C. Bischoff U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 243
COD teacher uses powerlifting to explain physics. Submitted by COD New Bureau 693
Condiments: Get the most out of sauces, spices and pickles. Becky Krystal The Washington Post 676
Coroner: Ingleside woman killed by one or more dogs. Doug T. Graham 255
Could insurance bail on businesses that open early? 608
Council discusses contract renewal with Woodard, Curran. Ellen Christner correspondent 629
Councilman Strawn resigns Council discusses small business grants and loan during pandemic. John Broux Pana News Group editor 518
County board approves pay freezes, one pay cut. Russell Lissau 516
County residents getting partial reprieve on property tax payments. Mick Zawislak 478
County to offer forgivable small business loans. Robert Sanchez 324
County's first Planned Parenthood facility opens up in Waukegan. Russell Lissau 240
COVID-19 cases per county. 476
COVID-19 cases spike a new high COVID. SILMG STAFF REPORT 271
COVID-19 cases surge by 4,014 Tuesday; Pritzker says no to changing regional recovery plan. Marni Pyke 568
Cray Kaiser, Ltd. Supervisor Appointed to Board of Directors. Cray Kaiser 360
Cubicle comeback? Pandemic will reshape office life for good. KELVIN CHAN AP Business Writer 1033
Dangers associated with atrial fibrillation. 412
Defiant Musk in battle with California officials. The Washington Post 515
Deflation threat looms Deflation: Sustained price drops most damaging. Martin Crutsinger AP Economics Writer 883
Democrats' $3 trillion new virus bill boosts state aid, essential workers. LISA MASCARO and ANDREW TAYLOR Associated Press 847
Des Plaines Community Foundation donates $24,000 to local charities. Submitted by Des Plaines Community Foundation 352
Digital Marketing Agency Creates Hotline to Help Small Businesses Adapt to a Changing Landscape. Mason Davis 358
Disney+ makes filmed version of 'Hamilton' streamable in July. MARK KENNEDY AP Entertainment Writer 238
Dist. 79 earns Meritorious Budget Award. Submitted by Fremont School District 79 218
District 59 hires business official, two principals. Christopher Placek 263
DoubleTree's chocolate chip cookie recipe almost tastes like a vacation. Becky Krystal The Washington Post 353
DuPage, Kane, McHenry leaders: We shouldn't be on same reopening timeline as Coo. Marie Wilson Chronology 663
Easy black bean burgers a hearty, tasty addition to dinner rotation Homemade Black Bean Veggie Burgers. Lisa Friedman Miner Recipe 391
Easy black bean burgers a hearty, tasty addition to dinner rotation. Lisa Friedman Miner 235
Education Scholarship Program: DPCF Awarded Five Scholarships for College Bound Students. Aimee DeBat 1659
Eileen Tamborini, 93, Vandalia, formerly of Ramsey passes April 22. 205
Elburn Dentist takes over Marklund dental services. Dawn Lassiter-Brueske 273
Elgin launches census-themed digital art contest for kids, teens. Madhu Krishnamurthy 244
Elk Grove library going fine-free, erasing 5,000 patrons' late charges. Christopher Placek 364
Elk Grove library going fine-free, erasing late charges. Christopher Placek 354
Elk Grove man charged in burglaries. Eric Peterson 241
Elks Lodges to hold free children's orthopedic clinic. SUBMITTED BY KIM SPENGLER Il Elks Children's Care Corporation 302
Elks to hold free children's orthopedic clinic. SUBMITTED BY KIM SPENGLER Illinois Elks Children's Care Corporation 298
Elmhurst planning Memorial Day 'convoy'. Daily Herald report 172
EPL to address players' fears; London mayor resists restart. Associated Press 576
Euralene Sanders of Carrier Mills. 253
Eva G. (Sprague) Hall, formerly of Benton. 297
Eva G. (Sprague) Hall, formerly of Benton. 295
Fauci urges slow reopen Slow: Fauci says virus death toll likely higher. John Wagner and Seung Min Kim The Washington Post 831
Fauci urges slow reopen. John Wagner and Seung Min Kim The Washington Post 830
Fauci warns against reopening too quickly at highly anticipated Senate hearing. John Wagner and Seung Min Kim The Washington Post 1312
Fauci warns of serious consequences if U.S. reopens too soon. LAURAN NEERGAARD and RICARDO ALONSO-ZALDIVAR Associated Press -CLMN- 1091
First Baptist holds 'drive-in' Mother's Day service. Herald Tribune staff report 188
Former DHS official closes Woodlands Academy series. Submitted by Woodlands Academy 624
Forrest Bailey, 97, Pana, passes May 8. 318
Franklin County sheriff's blotter. 584
Freeze warning, rabbits, and home projects keep editor busy. 590
Freeze warning, rabbits, home projects keep editor busy. 590
GiGi's Playhouse launches virtual run-walk-ride event. Submitted by GiGi's Playhouse 418
GiGi's Playhouse launches virtual run-walk-ride event. Submitted by GiGi's Playhouse 421
God's Right, Right? More Big Thoughts in a COVID-19 World. Pastor, Kevin Kriesel 806
Gov. Pritzker outlines regional reopening plan Pritzker: Regional plan divides state into sections for reopening. Luke McQuillan Staff reporter 948
Governor announces regional reopening plan Governor: Reopening announced. Luke McQuillan Staff reporter 949
Governor announces reopening plan Reopen: State divided into four separate regions to hit goals. Luke McQuillan Staff reporter 948
Governor's staff to work from home after senior staffer tests positive for COVID-19. PETER HANCOCK Capitol News Illinois 402
Graduation 2020: A new rite of passage. 380
Harold Howie of Chester. 446
He is now 49 pounds lighter Loser: Wheaton man lost 7 inches off waistline. Susan Sarkauskas 352
He is now 49 pounds lighter. Susan Sarkauskas 352
HealthBridge Arlington Heights. Christopher Placek 225
Hear stories, poems with 'PhoneReads'. Submitted by Gail Borden Public Library 240
Heartland Regional Medical Center resumes services previously restricted due to COVID-19. SUBMITTED BY AMY SPILLER Marketing Coordinator/HRMC 463
Heritage Days is canceled by chamber for this year. John Broux Pana News Group Editor 536
Highland Park Community Foundation Supports Community with Additional $60K+ in Funds. G.Mandel 524
Hillsboro Deer Run Mine end of year map on county website. submitted by sandy leitheiser 165
Hoffman Estates weighs more furloughs for Sears Centre staff. Eric Peterson 481
Hometown Heroes Chester hangs banner honoring 130 military members. 189
Hospitals have always been the heartbeat of communities, but never has the vital. Harris, By Colette 2553
How much is money going to matter in baseball's plan to get game going again? Gregor: Pritzker says people of U.S. deserve to get their pastime back. 661
I want out! Keith V. Sanner 256
ILLINOIS -- Positive cases of COVID-19 spiked to 4,014 in a 24-hour period, accor. SILMG STAFF REPORT 271
Illinois Bone & Joint Institute Begins COVID-19 Testing for Surgical Patients. Bone, Illinois; Institute, Joint 507
Illinois Secretary of State assures E-check fee waived through Aug. 2. submitted by jesse white 373
Illinoisans are being inconvenienced, not oppressed. 841
India resumes limited train service as it eases lockdown. SHEIKH SAALIQ and SHONAL GANGULY Associated Press 617
Inland Private Capital promotes 7 executives. 391
It's got a good beat ... and you can air drum to it. 860
Keeping busy all around. 590
Kendall Knodle selected as State FFA proficiency winner. submitted by heather Hampton knodle 332
Lacrosse should keep making impact. Joe Aguilar 756
Lake County Board approves pay freezes and one pay cut. Russell Lissau 526
Lake County foundation awards $555,000 to area nonprofits. Doug T. Graham 330
Lake County foundation awards $555,000 to area nonprofits. Doug T. Graham 167
Lake Land College celebrates virtual commencement ceremony. submitted by lake land college 344
Lake Land to celebrate virtual commencement. submitted by Lake Land College 344
Lake Zurich fielding interest in closed TGI Fridays site. Kevin Schmit 206
Land Transactions. 205
Laura Hois Leads Food Drive To Support Community Needs. Laura Hois 157
Layoffs are in the air at NBC 5 and Telemundo Chicago. 228
Learning at home. Submitted by COD New Bureau 695
Let's not be fooled by a crisis. 713
Let's not waste a crisis. Walter E. Williams 717
Letter to the editor COVID-19, coal dust, and county board decisions. Letter to the editor 278
LLCC virtual commencement planned for May 15. Submitted by LLCC 246
Local seniors receive Peoples National Bank scholarships. Benton News 159
Local sports psychologists address challenges with teenage athletes Challenges: Handling lockdown. 775
Local sports psychologists address challenges with teenage athletes. Dave Oberhelman 790
Local virus news. 651
Local virus updates. 342
Locals seeking socially-distant exercise and transportation are turning to electric bikes. Nancy Bostrom 652
Lombard teachers connect students with 'Good News' videos, positive vibes. Marie Wilson 1024
Longtime school board President Grosso resigns, Geneva District 304 to fill vacancy. Daily Herald report 196
Low-vision clinic offers telehealth visits. Submitted by Susanna Perrett 482
Lutheran Home staff rises up to another challenge. Advertiser generated content Submitted by Lutheran Home 553
MAC eliminating, scaling back postseason tournaments. Associated Press 176
Making a better summer Summer. 957
Making a better summer. 957
Many in GOP do have a sense of humor. 551
Many Republicans do have a sense of humor. Mark Shields 571
Maryville receives $20,000 COVID-19 grant from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois. Maryville Academy 412
May 12 COVID-19 cases per county; search by ZIP code. Daily Herald report 523
May is mental health month. submitted by montgomery County health department 272
Mayors ask Congress for aid with falling tax revenues. Marni Pyke 495
Mental health care can be sustained through virtual visits View:. 552
Metropolis announces 20th anniversary season. Barbara Vitello 315
Metropolis announces its 20th anniversary season. Barbara Vitello 315
Millikin to host virtual graduation on May 17. submitted by millikin university 287
Millikin University to host virtual graduation celebration May 17. submitted by millikin university 332
Miriam Jane Stewart, formerly of Benton. 313
Morton Arboretum plans 'phased' reopening beginning June 1. Daily Herald report 191
Murphy urges contract workers to apply now for unemployment benefits. Office of State Senator Laura Murphy 371
Murphy: Census responses could help community secure much-needed support. Office of State Senator Laura Murphy 267
Name: Ryan Kuehne. 211
NCH's award-winning care stands out more than ever. Advertiser generated content Submitted by Northwest Community Healthcare 639
Neighbor briefs. 179
New Lake Land College Dual Credit Program provides opportunities to area high school students. Submitted by Lake Land College 411
New principal at Glenbard East. Daily Herald report 171
No major decisions in 60-year marriage. 276
Nokomis couple gets a surprise serenade for Mother's Day. John Broux Pana News Group Editor 237
Nokomis Homecoming canceled due to pandemic. submitted by Kerry sneddon 197
Officials say use website, not 911, for virus complaints. Russell Lissau 282
One suburban Junior Ninja moves on to finals, as second awaits her turn. Kevin Schmit 298
Our hope is in listening to the scientists. 415
Pelosi presents Dems' $3 trillion rescue plan Aid: Bill opposed by GOP senators. Lisa Mascaro and Andrew Taylor Associated Press 756
Pelosi presents Dems' $3 trillion rescue plan. Lisa Mascaro and Andrew Taylor Associated Press 756
People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities are Struggling to Survive the Pandemic. U.S. Senator T. Duckworth (D), U.S. Senator R. Durbin (D), U.S. Representative R. Krishnamoorthi (D) and U.S. Representative S. Casten (D) Can Help. Becky Weber 716
Peoples Bank awards $38k in scholarships Marion High School students among 77 area winners. SUBMITTED BY CHRIS BERNARD Peoples National Bank 189
Pleas Furlong Jr. of Harrisburg. 227
Police reports. 188
Pomp, but in new circumstances. Katlyn Smith 335
Praying for mercy during pandemic. 489
Ramsey 2020 graduates to be honored in parade Virtual baccalaureate tonight. Submitted by Ginger Edwards, Principal Ramsey High School 167
Randolph County registers 3rd COVID-19 death. Submitted by the Randolph County Health Department 285
Read, rinse and repeat. 578
Recent home and property sales For complete listing, visit Addison Aurora Bensenville Carpentersville Carol Stream Downers Grove Elburn Elgin Elmhurst Geneva Gilberts Glen Ellyn Hampshire Itasca Lisle Lombard Maple Park Naperville North Aurora Pingree Grove Port Barrington Roselle St. Charles Sugar Grove Warrenville West Chicago Westmont Wheaton Winfield Wood Dale. 1804
Refresh Your Memory. 1052
Sales tax, gaming revenue loss may affect Nokomis city budget Tax: Sales tax, gaming revenue loss. Luke McQuillan staff reporter 376
Scout Troop 159 continues activities. Submitted by Catherine Olson 238
Secretary of State to waive E-check processor fee until Aug. 2. submitted by jesse white 373
Sending out positive vibes. Marie Wilson 769
Shelby board discusses reopening, possibility of secession from Illinois. John Broux Pana News Group editor 233
Shelby board discusses reopening, secession. John Broux Pana News Group editor 233
Simple and natural ways to lower blood pressure. 213
SIU students create online cooking videos. CHRISTI MATHIS SIU University Communications 671
Six hundred books delivered to at-risk families in DuPage County. Submitted by Luann Doman 742
Sports in 60 seconds. 326
ST. CHARLES DISTRICT 303 Board lowers kindergarten, first-grade class sizes to 25. Lauren Rohr 399
St. Francis High School Senior Volleyball Player Receives Top National Ranking. Krystal LaMantia 494
St. John Lutheran in Libertyville makes sure students keep learning. Submitted by Peter Kolch 235
State grant clears the way for Palatine road upgrades. Bob Susnjara 425
State grant clears way for Palatine to make Rohlwing Road upgrades. Bob Susnjara 416
State's record number of tests brings record number of cases Update: $25M in state grants announced. Marni Pyke 568
State's record number of tests brings record number of cases. Marni Pyke 568
Steak n Shake to close 57 restaurants. Daily Herald Staff Report 195
Stevenson earned many 'victory soaks' at state. Joe Aguilar 388
Strange But True. Lucie Winborne 292
Stress affects so many people and infiltrates so many parts of daily life that i. 371
Suburban leaders want out of Cook region Reopen: Pritzker says regions determined by health care availability. Marie Wilson 648
Suburban leaders want out of Cook region. Marie Wilson 648
Supreme Court hears Trump cases. The Washington Post 599
Terrorists kill 16 at maternity clinic. Associated Press 202
The broader concerns Health officials should be involved in a church's decision that could endanger others. 415
The following births were reported at Memorial Hospital of Carbondale. 380
The suburbs in 60 seconds. 395
The Wheaton Municipal Band Cancels the June and July Concerts for 2020. Gail Sonkin 391
These golf misconceptions will only hurt your game. 758
Three businesses sue Gov. Pritzker, challenge his power to shutter services Supreme Court denies request to hear arguments in state representative's case Lawsuits. REBECCA ANZEL Capitol News Illinois 672
Three businesses sue Pritzker, challenge his power to shutter services. REBECCA ANZEL Capitol News Illinois 729
Three simple ways to a healthier heart. 487
Tim Hardimon, 75, Herrick, dies May 9. 266
Trump-backed Tiffany wins Wisconsin congressional race. Associated Press 224
Uber approaches Grubhub with takeover offer. Ed Hammond Bloomberg 370
Unemployment comparable to the Great Depression. 996
Virus among White House staffers has reporters reassessing their risks. Paul Farhi The Washington Post 882
Virus update. 350
Visit the internet for help in cooking with ingredients at hand Brown: Find a chart of ingredients online. 390
Volo Auto Museum to sell Bentley owned by Jordan. Submitted by Cynthia Wolf 453
Wauconda High seniors celebrate graduation with a car parade. Joe Lewnard 219
We've got 2 Junior Ninjas to cheer for! Kevin Schmit 285
WEEOC can help. Submitted by Western Egyptian Economic Opportunity Council 162
What others are writing about COVID-19. Daily Herald Report 222
What's open and closed in Chester. Submitted by the Chester Chamber of Commerce 687
Wilhour: Alternative plan. Submitted by the office of Rep. Blaine Wilhour 417
William Wright, 85, Pana, passes May 6. 260
Wilma R. Pearson, 89, Pana, passes. 298
With the popularity of "The Last Dance," what documentary would you like to see developed? 270
With the popularity of 'The Last Dance,' what documentary would you like to see developed? 256
With the triple option came a lot of winning. Jerry Fitzpatrick 445
World & nation in 60 seconds. 352
York plans virtual graduation ceremony. Daily Herald report 200
You may submit cemetery notices by emailing 330
Your Views. 393
Zebra offers scholarships for health care tech ideas. 167

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