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Articles from Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) (September 4, 2020)

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$1.3M grant supports CLC TRIO scholars. Submitted by the College of Lake County 329
$20M 'obstacle' could be dropped Obstacle: Much of roadwork already completed. Mick Zawislak 484
'Jeopardy!' returns with new setup, role for Jennings. Associated Press 207
* Experience all the thrills one last time this season at Six Flags Hurricane Ha. 376
4 to interview for alderman. Kevin Schmit 192
A maternity leave debacle in California. 532
After Republican petition, special committee will investigate Madigan's ComEd ties Madigan. JERRY NOWICKI Capitol News Illinois 1100
After years of growth, Visit McHenry County works to curb tourism losses. Cynthia Wolf 482
Airlines removing seats for gadgets and seafood. Park, By Kyunghee; Odeh, Layan; Bloomberg, Richard Weiss 553
An ethereal wind blows through Kaufman's 'Ending Things'. Jake Coyle Associated Press 565
An ethereal wind blows through Kaufman's 'Ending Things'. Jake Coyle Associated Press Movie review 656
Arboretum keeps connections to nature, education, exercise Trees: Gala to raise needed funds. Kara Silva The Morton Arboretum 742
At-home movie guide. Movie review 1970
Attention, shoppers: The Kane County Flea Market will reopen this weekend. Kevin Schmit 338
Barrington, Northfield residents to Co-chair Rush Woman's Board's First Virtual Fundraiser on October 2. Liz Graham 511
Bears' real QB competition will begin in opener Hub: No exhibition games, no decision yet. 701
Bears' real quarterback competition starts in Detroit. Hub Arkush 707
Best Bets: Kentucky Derby Day races into Arlington International Racecourse. Scott C. Morgan 507
Biden meets Jacob Blake's family to start Wisconsin trip. BILL BARROW and WILL WEISSERT Associated Press 877
Biden says Kenosha part of awakening Awakening: Videos are galvanizing struggle for equality, Biden says. Barrow, By Bill; Weissert, Will; Press, Scott Bauer Associated 734
Biden says Kenosha part of awakening. Barrow, By Bill; Weissert, Will; Press, Scott Bauer Associated 734
Big Mack, Little Mack for Bears? Sean Hammond 650
Blue bash. 361
Book review: 'Perilous Bounty' argues U.S. farmlands are in peril. Jeff Rowe Associated Press 455
Book review: 'Winter Counts' finds sweet spot between gritty thriller, social novel. Carol Memmott The Washington Post 689
Brush with the Beatles. Jack Mabley AUGUST 15, 2003 From the Archives 652
Cases top 240K as counties ramp up contact tracing hires. Marni Pyke 497
CCHS football Terriers get two fall months of practice. Marv Courson Contributing Writer 308
CODcaputo.clm. Dr. Brian Caputo 780
Coffee with Council returns to Schaumburg Sept. 12. Eric Peterson 354
Concerts: Vic Mensa drive-in show; Local H at BrauerHouse. Brian Shamie 815
COVID case halts 'Batman' filming. Gerry Smith Bloomberg 189
Cozen O'Connor Adds Eight Veteran Attorneys to its Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Restructuring Practice. Christine Saba 1635
Cubs pitcher Hendricks still trying to fix timing issues. Mike McGraw 444
Dad forbids daughter from meeting Mom's boyfriend. 580
Deadline to register for online Illinois Master Gardener program is Monday, Sept. 7 Program will be online. Submitted by Jennifer Warren, Extension Program Coordinator 495
Deal reached on Kids Korner Deal. Geoff Ritter 362
Dining events: Stephanie Izard stops in at Naperville's Solemn Oath Friday. Caroline Linden 450
Dist. 220 postpones decision on refunding school fees. Elena Ferrarin 474
District 116 teachers say remote learning is going smoothly. Trey Arline 372
Du Quoin briefs. 205
Du Quoin High School band director is calling it a career Smith. Renee Trappe 802
Dundee Library serves free cold suppers to kids on Tuesdays & Thursdays. Submitted by Fox River Valley Library District 256
Eagles edged out by Z-R. Staff Report 209
Ela Twp. to put road district consolidation on ballot. Submitted by Ela Township 314
Election uncertainty plagues officials across the country. NICHOLAS RICCARDI and ALAN SUDERMAN Associated Press 435
Eli Skinner Chapter NSDAR Sponsors Essay Contest. Carole Komarek 156
Enrollment drops 2.8 percent on SIUC campus Enrollment. Carbondale Times 502
Enrollment. Carbondale Times 498
Eric Quigley (outdoor dining): 5:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 4, at Hey Nonny, 10 S. Va. 806
Event pivots to virtual tasting but still using real beer. Rick West 260
Facebook curbs political ads for the week before election. ZEN SOO AP Technology Writer 246
Father, son found dead in burned condo last week had gunshot wounds. Susan Sarkauskas 267
Father, son found dead in burned condo unit had gunshot wounds. Susan Sarkauskas 267
Few dozen fans on hand for first look at live racing at Arlington Park. John Starks 276
Finally, to the Garden of the Gods. 483
First Fridays is once again back in downtown Aurora on Sept. 4 with art, music,. Submitted by Aurora Downtown 690
Flea market will be back this weekend Market: Masks required for everyone. Kevin Schmit 324
Flea market will be back this weekend. Kevin Schmit 324
Forest Service closes Snake Road for fall migration. Submitted by Sue Hirsch, Shawnee National Forest Public Affairs Specialist 222
Free 'Lawyer In The Library' program at Marion Carnegie Library continues. SUBMITTED BY BRENDA J. SPRAGUE Administrative Assistant/Office of the Chief Judge 250
Glenbard West's Allman makes the most of her summer. Miazga, By Mike 1092
Gold Plate program. 171
Grayslake, Lake County in talks to drop $20 million 'obstacle' to redevelopment. Mick Zawislak 496
Grubbs to step down as police chief Chief. Carbondale Times 217
Happ knocks himself out of Cubs' loss to Pirates Cubs: Happ injures eye in loss, unclear if he'll miss time. 489
Happ knocks himself out of Cubs' loss to Pirates. Mike McGraw 500
Harking Back. 497
Health Department: Stay safe over Labor Day Weekend. COVID-19 is still spreading in DuPage County. Submitted by Don Bolger 320
Heat 'rarely ever seen' is forecast to roast the West. The Washington Post 178
Hendricks trying to right mechanics. Mike McGraw 573
Heun: Illinois 3rd in popcorn production. 1041
How Schaumburg received $556,442 in COVID-19 relief funds. Eric Peterson 424
How to win a bidding war. 877
Illinois among last states to request federal jobless benefits. REBECCA ANZEL Capitol News Illinois 581
Illinois State Police announce results from 'Saturation Saturday'. Financial report 184
Izard visits Naperville. 524
Jerald Wayne Taylor, formerly of Harrisburg. 244
Jeremy Choat is the CMSF senior of the week. SUBMITTED BY cmsf HIGH SCHOOL 210
Join in 'Summer of Service' at West Dundee church. Submitted by First Congregational Church of Dundee 413
Justine Almon of Marion. 235
Kane County Flea Market reopening Saturday. Kevin Schmit 327
Kane County Jail Diversion Programs Offered to the Public. Submitted by Office of Kane County Sheriff 307
Labor Day 2020: At-home grilling kits, specials on the menu at suburban restaurants this year. Caroline Linden Restaurant review 2255
Last fling. Caroline Linden Restaurant review 2181
Lawsuit alleges shooting by North Aurora officer was unjustified -BYLN- By Charles Keeshan and Susan Sarkauskas Charles Keeshan and Susan Sarkauskas 978
Learn about holy listening for those with mental illness and their families Sept. 29. Submitted by Cheryl Marshall 466
Ledarius Mack hopes to crack Bears opening day roster. Sean Hammond 662
Make a big bass killing with topwater lures. 779
Marion Police Blotter. 563
Merkel stands with pipeline despite Navalny poisoning. Loveday Morris and Robyn Dixon The Washington Post 373
More local COVID-19 cases reported COVID: Positive cases keep going up. Travis DeNeal 541
More than 250 arrested since Blake shooting in Wisconsin. Associated Press 218
Mount Prospect approves 'primitive weapon galleries'. Steve Zalusky 271
Naperville councilwoman says rule change could prevent campaign donations from i. Lauren Rohr 607
Naperville fire leaves home uninhabitable. Joe Aguilar 173
Naperville seeking student representatives for city boards, commissions. Daily Herald report 161
Naperville seeks student reps:. 419
Naperville Sports Weekly launches Season 14. Submitted by Savanna Hoffman 445
New TV shows 'Away,' 'Raised by Wolves' take viewers through the emotional terra. Hank Stuever The Washington Post 991
No injuries in Mundelein strip mall fire. Joe Aguilar 219
No timetable yet for Quintana's return. Mike McGraw 230
Notes on religion Notes on religion. 1272
Now Open: The Joint Chiropractic Brings Accessible & Convenient Care to Glen Ellyn. Margie Wojciechowski 780
Oak Park magician deftly adapts interactive 'The Magic Parlour at Home' for onli. Nelson, By Samantha 799
Oberweis suggests reducing mail delivery days. Russell Lissau 670
Official: Suspect in Portland slaying was killed when authorities moved to arrest him. Matt Zapotosky The Washington Post 1775
Outdoor blues at The Venue. 778
Palatine newsletters go all online. Daily Herald report 208
Palatine teen earns Congressional Award for her volunteerism Inside: Schaumburg to host Coffee with the Council. 674
Palatine teen earns Congressional Award for volunteerism. Elena Ferrarin 333
Pampered Chef launches seasoning subscriptions. 278
Peggy Ann Pitman of Du Quoin and Tamaroa. 384
Pelosi says salon should apologize for 'setup' visit. JANIE HAR Associated Press 380
Penn State clarified a comment by an official who stated earlier this week that. Cindy Boren The Washington Post 567
Perry County sentences. 492
Pet of the Week Mitzy could be someone's perfect companion. Submitted by the Perry County Humane Society 349
Pet of the week. 170
Plan to get wet at Fox River volunteer cleanup day. Heun, By Dave 1048
Planned megachurch faces opposition over private well, sewer. Scott C. Morgan 297
Planned megachurch faces opposition over private well, sewer. Scott C. Morgan 408
Policy change would require recusals Recusals: Mayor says he feels 'like we're trying to solve a problem that's never existed'. Lauren Rohr 595
Portland braces for the tumult to come. The Washington Post 502
Pritzker warns of virus spread during the long holiday weekend Virus:. PETER HANCOCK Capitol News Illinois 548
Protecting the sloth: SIU grad student studies success in Central America. Tim Crosby SIU University Communications 559
Race return. Scott C. Morgan 506
Rare swallow-tailed kite visits southern Illinois. Travis DeNeal 234
Rare visitor Swallow-tailed kite passes through southern Illinois. Travis DeNeal 234
Read all about it! Paul valade 285
Religion - Special events. 800
Religion or Relationship? 622
Remember: 4-H records due to Extension Office by Sept. 11. Lambert, By Nancy 249
Remembering Seaver's stay with White Sox. Scot Gregor 595
Remembering Tom Seaver's time with Chicago White Sox Gregor: 'Tom Terrific' was one of a kind pitcher. 590
Richard A. Bishop of Du Quoin. 297
Rochester officers suspended. CAROLYN THOMPSON and MICHAEL HILL Associated Press 498
Rock returning to Chicago radio. 434
Ron Onesti: My favorite 'singalong' songs. Ron Onesti Special to 1112
Schaumburg gets over $500,000 in coronavirus relief. Eric Peterson 327
Schaumburg gets over $500K in virus relief. Eric Peterson 226
Schools. Submitted by Stephanie Esters District 95 News Service 324
Sharon Ann Polivick, formerly of Du Quoin. 304
SIC announces summer President's list. Bourland, Submitted By Tyler; Communications, Sic; Specialist, Relations 326
SIRR cross country preview meet DQ girls, Pinckneyville boys win on Wednesday. Du Quoni Call Staff Report 354
Sound check: The Venue, Mississippi Heat bring the blues outdoors. Brian Shamie 784
Sports in 60 seconds. 455
Spotlight: Jeff Award winner Donica Lynn headlines Skokie concert series. Barbara Vitello 378
SPRINGFIELD - Illinois State Police officials have announced the results of the. Financial report 184
SPRINGFIELD - Illinois State Police officials have announced the results of the. Financial report 184
St. Louis Area Foodbank needs support from bi-state region Foodbank. SUBMITTED BY RYAN FARMER Director of Marketing/STL Area Foodbank -CLMN- 675
Still making magic. Nelson, By Samantha 748
Study: Electronics could stop 40% of big truck rear crashes. 393
Suit alleges shooting by North Aurora officer was unjustified Crime: Lawsuit says North Aurora man with gun was not a threat to anyone else. 972
Sumptuous spectacle. Lindsey Bahr Associated Press 673
Sumptuous spectacle. Lindsey Bahr Associated Press Movie review 706
Surf's Up in Mundelein. Russell Lissau 349
Tech slump drags markets to biggest loss since June. KEN SWEET and DAMIAN TROISE AP Business Writers 388
The COVID crisis Perry County remains on IDPH warning list. Du Quoin Call staff report 284
The COVID debacle in the Metro East Miller. 772
The first live look at Arlington Park. John Starks 256
The following births were reported at Memorial Hospital of Carbondale. 174
To the editor: The coalition to stop the proposed tax hike has begun running ads. Letter to the editor 335
Trump says early voters should go to polls to double-check. CHRISTINA A. CASSIDY and DEB RIECHMANN Associated Press 300
Two who could top Tiz. Neil Greenberg The Washington Post 518
Village gets $556K and urges others to seek relief Relief: Towns' deadline is Sept. 30. Eric Peterson 413
Virtual event, real buzz. Rick West 232
Virtual event, real buzz. Rick West 289
Virus update. 277
Watch candidate forums for Batavia area Sept. 9-10. Submitted by Batavia Chamber of Commerce 194
We have the power to keep our emotions positive. 541
Wearing mask is an act of kindness to others. 435
Welcome to the new Matters with Mayor McPeek. 377
What you can do now to plan a future renovation. V. Dion Haynes The Washington Post 1308
When home monitoring is not enough Wheaton assaults highlight county's shortcomings in handling ankle bracelets. 517
When will U of I's saliva test see wider rollout? Jake Griffin 923
When will U of I's saliva test see wider rollout? Saliva: Equipment for labs in short supply. Jake Griffin 923
While Underwood wants to boost postal funding, Oberweis suggests reducing mail d. Russell Lissau 682
White Sox blast Royals. Scot Gregor 559
Whole new worlds. Hank Stuever The Washington Post 954
Why Census matters to Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders. 644
Woodridge Park District caring for the oaks at Castaldo Park. Submitted by Woodridge Park District 256
World & nation in 60 seconds. 394
Your faith. 358

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