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Articles from Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) (May 21, 2021)

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"Little Shop of Horrors" -- ? ? ? Barbara Vitello bvitello@dailyherald.com 642
'Best inventory in the area' Heun: Niche, Nosh, Nash? Probably only in Geneva. 1234
'Dusty Shoe' tour scheduled at Heritage Harbor. Advertiser generated content 1107
'Just breathtaking': Lake County Forest Preserve's red-tailed hawk left lasting. Mick Zawislak mzawislak@dailyherald.com 731
'Last Five Years' reunion. 990
'Nothing's gonna change about Malnati's'. Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com 634
'The Perfect Candidate' offers rare glimpse at lives of Saudi women. Jocelyn Noveck Associated Press 772
'Welcome back to theater'. Barbara Vitello bvitello@dailyherald.com 522
'Where's our Walter Cronkite now?' Feder: Feder:. 2118
* This weekend marks the final days to savor exceptional eats and take advantage. 618
33 years in the care of the forest preserve Hawk: Such animals typically live 10-19 years in the wild. Mick Zawislak mzawislak@dailyherald.com 720
33 years in the care of the forest preserve. Mick Zawislak mzawislak@dailyherald.com 720
A drive-by Memorial Day ceremony planned. 723
A Jewish genealogy expert to lead webinar on May 23. Submitted by Martin Fischer 444
A picturesque wedding awaits in the Heritage Corridor. Bob Navarro Heritage Corridor Convention and Visitors Bureau -CLMN- 766
A spirited tour. Liza Weisstuch The Washington Post 1159
A sweet gift. Submitted by Shepherd of the Prairie Lutheran Church 288
AfterImage Film Festival set to screen 'Best in Show'. Submitted by AfterImage Film Festival 233
Alaska man survives brown bear mauling. Associated Press 590
Amtrak set to resume full passenger services in July. GRACE BARBIC Capitol News Illinois 855
Angelly let go as football coach Angelly went 8-24 in four seasons at helm for Bulldogs. Spyder Dann mdann@dailyregister.com 204
Animals, plants and nature. 387
Apple TV+ documentary series explores 1971's collision of music and history. David Bauder Associated Press 650
Aptar named among top corporate citizens. 168
As bills start to bottleneck in Springfield, what now? Miller:. 765
As La Russa takes heat, clubhouse 'close-knit' and Sox still tops in AL. Scot Gregor sgregor@dailyherald.com 557
Aspiring homebuyers: Should you persevere or back off? 856
Auditor general's campaign committee violated election law, court finds. SARAH MANSUR Capitol News Illinois smansur@capitolnewsillinois.com 865
Aurora Downtown gives $40K in small business grants. Submitted by Aurora Downtown 284
Back to business in Lake County. Maureen Riedy Visit Lake County 256
Bail set at $20 million for suspect in slaying of Maine South alum. DAVE COLLINS Associated Press 492
Baseball Saluki baseball can elevate profile against Dallas Baptist. Marv Courson Contributing Writer 384
Batavia MainStreet helps create a vital downtown. Beth Walker Executive director, Batavia MainStreet 539
Batavia Mothers,C[R] Club Foundation Spring Fundraiser Successes. Submitted by Batavia MothersÇ® Club Foundation 252
Batavia Park District staff flourishes during pandemic. KRISTEN ZAMBO Batavia Park District 411
Batavia Public Library serves patrons through challenging year. Submitted by Batavia Public Library 305
Belle Tire, a 93-year-old Michigan-based store and automobile service chain, is. Eric Peterson epeterson@dailyherald.com 399
Benet's bidding for 4th straight ESCC title. John Lemon jlemon@dailyherald.com 518
Benton battles to beat Bulldogs in extra innings. Spyder Dann mdann@dailyregister.com 349
Best Bets: Marvel at Sistine Chapel exhibition at Oakbrook Center. Scott C. Morgan smorgan@dailyherald.com 495
Biden meets with Kennedy Center honorees at White House. ALEXANDRA JAFFE Associated Press 230
Bills start to bottleneck in Springfield. 743
Blue Moon Gallery hosts new exhibit starting May 22. Submitted by Blue Moon Gallery 612
Book review: Witty friends bond in 'People We Meet on Vacation'. Alicia Rancilio Associated Press 354
BrightSide Theatre and Naperville Park District present ,C[pounds sterling]Summer in the Parks: The Music of Rodgers & Hammerstein,C[yen]. Submitted by Naperville Park District 558
Buffalo Grove committee appointments delayed after trustee complaint. Steve Zalusky szalusky@dailyherald.com 290
Buffalo Grove mayor delays committee appointments. Steve Zalusky szalusky@dailyherald.com 303
Buffalo Grove restarts process to craft a comprehensive plan. Steve Zalusky szalusky@dailyherald.com 271
Canadiens take Game 1 from Leafs. Associated Press 322
Cancer resource center expands virtual offerings. LivingWell Cancer Resource Center 477
CareFest reaches out to community. Submitted by Scott Young 287
CDW Vice President and Chief of Staff to the Chief Executive Joins Chicago Red Cross Board of Directors. Illinois Red Cross 428
Celebrate Memorial Day in Schaumburg with May 31 Observance. Village of Schaumburg 213
Celebrating 100 years. 353
Chamber. Geoff Ritter gritter@carbondaletimes.com 456
Chicago Symphony Orchestra resumes live concerts. Natalia Dagenhart 1197
Chicagoland seller,C[R]s market continues its staggering run. Mainstreet Organization of REALTORS ® 400
Circumstances of cop's crash still a mystery. Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com 376
CNN: Trump DOJ seized reporter phone records. Associated Press 297
Coal Days return next week in Shawneetown. Submitted by Terry Golden, Shawneetown Fire Chief 180
Community food drive aids St. Joseph's Home for the Elderly. Submitted by Fred Cimaglio, Knights of Columbus 401
Conners keeps it stress-free for PGA lead PGA:. DOUG FERGUSON AP Golf Writer 1034
Counting your blessings is a matter of perspective. 464
Cubs place Heyward on IL, bring back Martini. Mike McGraw mmcgraw@dailyherald.com 407
Daniel Wright students qualify for nationals May 22. Submitted by Lincolnshire-Prairie View District 103 209
Decorated sales model opens at Blackberry Creek Sponsored by Shodeen Homes. Advertiser generated content 806
DHS seniors ready for big night tonight. Renee Trappe rtrappe@localsouthernnews.com 433
Dining events: Portillo's debuts spicy chicken sandwich, Two Brothers hosts Summer BBQ Party. Caroline Linden clinden@dailyherald.com 666
Discover what's new at new Geneva Public Library. Submitted by Geneva Public Library 277
District 95 honors new retirees Retirees. Curtis Winston Contributing Writer 354
Doyle Winston III of Harrisburg. Obituary 165
Drive-by Memorial Day commemoration planned in Arlington Heights. Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com 324
Drive-in for Local H, The Mummies. 685
Du Quoin area briefs. 207
Du Quoin track & Field Indians, Lady Indians look to go deep into postseason. Geary Deniston Contributing writer 1037
Duffey, Baldelli suspended for throwing at Mercedes. Associated Press 189
Elgin street closed today for movie shoot. Rick West rwest@dailyherald.com 247
Elgin Youth Symphony Orchestra to perform 'From the Balcony' May 23. Submitted by Elgin Public Museum 213
Elva Klementine 'Kay' Murray, formerly of Du Quoin and Pinckneyville. 305
ENJOY SUMMER GUIDED HIKES DURING TREK WITH A NATURALIST SERIES. Submitted by Forest Preserve District of Kane County 168
Enough is enough! 589
Eric Bana gives riveting performance in Aussie crime drama 'The Dry'. Lindsey Bahr Associated Press 602
Ernest Hemingway at the bat. 780
Exterior lighting adds ambience to a home. Metro Creative Services 446
Exterior lighting can add ambience to a property. Metro Creative Services 446
Farmers markets offer produce, treasures. 153
Feder: Is Doomsday looming for Chicago Tribune? Robert Feder 161
Ford's electric F-150 to start under $40,000. Bloomberg 157
Formula, but fun. Michael O'Sullivan The Washington Post 497
Geneva arts groups get creative during pandemic. Submitted by Geneva Cultural Arts Commission 484
Geneva Chamber spreads out events, offers support. Submitted by Geneva Chamber of Commerce 413
Geneva History Museum makes improvements and updates during pandemic closure. Terry Emma Geneva History Museum 733
Gertrude Christine Yearian, formerly of Cutler. 330
Girl smeared blue slime on her attacker's arms. Associated Press 340
Gobbler success in Missouri. 1009
Gold Plate Program. 175
Good health important to carry out God's purpose. 399
Good health important to God's purpose. 399
GOP group to meet Saturday:. 392
Grayslake Central shines at meet. Patricia Babcock McGraw pbabcock@dailyherald.com 852
Greener livestock industry viewed as key part of climate solutions. DANIEL GRANT Illinois Farm Bureau 572
Hands of Hope finds new ways to offer grief services. Submitted by Fox Valley Hands of Hope 648
Harking Back. 475
Harrisburg and Eldorado schools celebrate solar project. Travis DeNeal tdeneal@dailyregister.com 274
Herrin Festa Italiana Events. 356
Hoffman Stars Dance Company Shines Bright at Regional Competition. Hoffman Estates Park District 342
House narrowly OKs $1.9B to fortify Capitol. Associated Press 329
How booster shots would be handled Booster: 'A lot remains unknown about the duration of immunity'. Jake Griffin jgriffin@dailyherald.com 501
How booster shots would be handled. Jake Griffin jgriffin@dailyherald.com 501
How Hoarders Trading Post in St. Charles became a top seller of used and rare records. Heun, By Dave 1239
How Illinois would administer COVID-19 booster shots. Jake Griffin jgriffin@dailyherald.com 501
How Reopen D303 Task Force guided St. Charles school district. Submitted by St. Charles Unit District 303 393
How to win a bidding war. 846
Hoyer believes surging Cubs can be buyers, not sellers, at trade deadline. Mike McGraw mmcgraw@dailyherald.com 651
Hoyer's "optimism is waning" that Cubs will reach 85% vaccinated. Mike McGraw mmcgraw@dailyherald.com 505
Hoyer's 'optimism waning' Cubs will reach 85% vaccinated. Mike McGraw mmcgraw@dailyherald.com 493
Hoyer: Team may be buyers; weekend series vs. Cards big test Cubs: Bullpen continues scoreless streak. 633
HRMC teams with Hands of Hope to host BBQ dinner. SUBMITTED BY AMY SPILLER Heartland Regional Medical Center 222
Illinois ranks 27th in percentage of residents fully vaccinated. Jake Griffin jgriffin@dailyherald.com 268
Is doomsday looming for the Chicago Tribune today? 427
It all adds up: Kuzmanic to take the reins at Maine West. Leusch, By John 643
It's not often you will find the cupboards bare at John A. Logan College. Spyder Dann mdann@dailyregister.com 404
It's time to take the kids outside. 517
Itasca to cut liquor license fees. Trey Arline tarline@dailyherald.com 275
Jackson Growth Alliance hires new exec. director. Submitted by Jackson Growth Alliance 236
Jobless claims hit pandemic low; 22 GOP states seek end to federal aid. Associated Press 438
Judge permits AJ's former case worker to travel to Texas. Katie Smith Shaw Media 207
Judge permits AJ's former case worker to travel to Texas. Katie Smith Shaw Media 154
Kayaker's photos show crack in closed bridge 5 years ago. Associated Press 547
La Russa takes heat, but Sox still tops in AL Sox:. 553
Lake Park graduate earns scholarship at Roosevelt University. Trey Arline tarline@dailyherald.com 411
Lake Park High School graduate selected for women's leadership scholarship at Roosevelt University. Trey Arline tarline@dailyherald.com 538
Lakes, Wauconda battle to 0-0 draw. Silber, By Rusty 292
Largest container ship hits East Coast as ports see surge. Associated Press 283
Lawmakers gear up for ethics debate GOP says Democrats' bill doesn't go far enough. Peter Hancock capitol News Illinois phancock@capitolnewsillinois.com 627
Lazarus House transitions guests back to communal living. Submitted by Lazarus House 404
LCDOT hosting public hearing on Deerfield Road project. Daily Herald report 151
Library,C[R]s all-ages ,CySummer Camp,C[R] is part of a long American tradition. Vernon Area Public Library 253
Life returning to normal at JALC. SUBMITTED BY STEVE O'KEEFE John A. Logan College 423
Life returning to normal at Logan College. SUBMITTED BY STEVE O'KEEFE, John A. Logan College 418
Lightfoot confronts dashed hopes of her backers. SARA BURNETT Associated Press 998
Literacy DuPage Receives Donation of New Computers. Cassandra Shepherd 345
Mary Goodale of Carbondale is among 103 DePauw University student-athletes havin. 431
Masterpiece mock-ups. Scott C. Morgan smorgan@dailyherald.com 491
May's Keep Carbondale Beautiful Bright Spot Award has gone to the home at 613 Sk. Submitted by Anne Krippenstapel Keep Carbondale Beautiful 224
Mayors, Preckwinkle speak out against proposed funding cut. JJ Bullock jbullock@dailyherald.com 261
Measure to supply menstrual products in all school bathrooms passes House. GRACE BARBIC Capitol News Illinois gbarbic@capitolnewsillinois.com 353
Montgomery firm to double public gifts to Aurora food pantry. Submitted by Al Benson 313
Movie guide. Movie review 1019
Moving toward normalcy. Mikus, By Kim 1054
Naperville development loses CityGate branding Branding: Marketing agreement ended in October, but the name stayed through the review process. Lauren Rohr lrohr@dailyherald.com 497
Netanyahu agrees to Egypt-brokered cease-fire with Hamas Truce: 230 Palestinians, 12 Israelis killed. JOSEF FEDERMAN and FARES AKRAM Associated Press 666
Netanyahu agrees to Egypt-brokered cease-fire with Hamas. JOSEF FEDERMAN and FARES AKRAM Associated Press 666
New analysis shows why state should act on local solar energy. 656
New marijuana licensing bill heads to House floor. PETER HANCOCK Capitol News Illinois phancock@capitolnewsillinois.com 542
New rules aim to tighten regulations on forgotten byproduct of coal Coal. TIM KIRSININKAS Capitol News Illinois 1438
No need to rush to get back to work. 549
North Central resuming summer camps for young athletes. Daily Herald report 156
Notes on religion. 594
Notes on religion. 1076
Oakton district tournament win away from World Series Oakton: Team plays today at noon, 4 p.m. John Lemon jlemon@dailyherald.com 671
Oakton needs district tournament win to reach World Series. John Lemon jlemon@dailyherald.com 671
Officials say the sale of former Motorola campus will take 2 extra months. Katie Smith Shaw Media 509
Paid sick leave: Here to stay? Abigail Barr Ice Miller 899
Palatine library summer reading program to start June 1. Daily Herald report 179
Palatine overcomes slow start to down Hoffman Estates. Nunez, By Lou, Jr. 440
Palatine plans for Street Fest in late August, if Phase 5 in effect. Elena Ferrarin eferrarin@dailyherald.com 457
Pandemic allows former Palatine chorus member to participate from Japan. Submitted by Lisa Swan 956
Paper Shredding Event at West Chicago METRA Parking Lot ,C" June 5, 2021. Rosemary Mackey 193
Paul Simon Institute to host virtual event with Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer. SUBMITTED BY PETE ROSENBERY SIU News Service 215
Pet of the week. 210
Peterson Hemingway at the bat. 785
PGA Tour Champion scores, first round. 158
Pinckneyville Honors Night awards and recipients Awards. 851
Pinckneyville Honors Night awards and recipients. 851
Pinckneyville softball Panthers go 5-2 in last seven games. 627
Plenty to do in parks around St. Charles. Submitted by St. Charles Park District 433
Police seeking answers in off-duty officer's death Crash: Toxicology results still weeks away. Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com 374
Police seeking answers in off-duty officer's death. Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com 374
Portillo's goes hot, hot, hot. 668
Pritzker approves rental assistance. 690
Pritzker rescinds mask mandate for those fully vaccinated Illinois now in 'bridge' phase of Restore Illinois Masks. Sarah Mansur Capitol News Illinois smansur@capitolnewsillinois.com 663
Pritzker rescinds mask mandate for those fully vaccinated Illinois now in 'bridge' phase of Restore Illinois. Sarah Mansur Capitol News Illinois smansur@capitolnewsillinois.com 663
Proposal could give Hispanic residents more representation on Kane County Board. James Fuller jfuller@dailyherald.com 353
Proposal could give Hispanic residents more representation. James Fuller jfuller@dailyherald.com 353
Prosecutors: Victim was bound to forklift. Doug T. Graham dgraham@dailyherald.com 517
READventures, Art, Dancing, Barbeque, Magic and more at Gail Borden Public Library this Summer. Submitted by Gail Borden Public Library 632
Religion -- Special events. 438
Religion -- special events. 829
Remembering those who serve. 496
Reopen, but listen, too Return to in-person learning makes sense, but there's also value in flexibility. 505
Replaying 'The Game'. Brian Shamie bshamie@dailyherald.com 744
Reptile show owner charged with cruelty Crime: O'Shea's license suspended for a year. 1063
Reptile show owner charged with cruelty. 1063
Rittenhouse due to make in-person court appearance Friday. TODD RICHMOND Associated Press 354
Rosary High School Offers Academic and Athletic Summer Camps. Submitted by Rosary High School 249
Ross says once position player takes mound, it's game over and let's get home. Mike McGraw mmcgraw@dailyherald.com 333
Ross won't be disrespected once position player takes the mound. Mike McGraw mmcgraw@dailyherald.com 560
Sale of former Motorola campus will take additional 2 months, officials say. Katie Smith Shaw Media 476
Saluki baseball can elevate profile against Dallas Baptist. Marv Courson Contributing Writer 380
Salukis Saluki baseball can elevate profile against Dallas Baptist. Marv Courson Contributing Writer 380
Schaumburg to celebrate Bike Month with several events. Eric Peterson epeterson@dailyherald.com 413
Schwarzenegger, Abrams make pitch for movie theater return. JONATHAN LANDRUM Jr. AP Entertainment Writer 404
Senate OKs legislation that would track school sex assaults. JJ Bullock jbullock@dailyherald.com 201
Senior meal distribution offered in Aurora May 24. Submitted by Kane Senior Council 152
Sitta scores twice in St. Charles East's 600th win. Jake Bartelson Shaw Media Illinois 586
Slain officer's body escorted through central Illinois. Associated Press 228
Smithpeters adds a pair of MVC transfer guards Curry, Sharp receive NJCAA honors. Spyder Dann mdann@dailyregister.com 404
Sound check: Drive-up for Local H, The Mummies in Schaumburg. Brian Shamie bshamie@dailyherald.com 688
Sports in 60 seconds. 193
Spotlight: Northlight celebrates 'Last Five Years' at 20. Barbara Vitello bvitello@dailyherald.com 998
St. Charles Business Alliance shares good news. Submitted by St. Charles Business Alliance 398
St. Charles Public Library serves community needs through pandemic and beyond. Submitted by St. Charles Public Library 361
St. Dymphna liturgy offers prayer and respite. Submitted by Cheryl Marshall 315
St. Theresa students entertain seniors at St. Joseph's in Palatine. Brian Hill bhill@dailyherald.com 233
St. Viator can't catch up with unbeaten Benet. Garofola, By Mike 506
State Board of Education calls for in-person learning in fall Learning:. RAYMON TRONCOSO Capitol News Illinois rtroncoso@capitolnewsillinois.com 396
State Board of Education calls for in-person learning next school year ISBE unanimously passed resolution supporting upcoming decision by the state superintendent. RAYMON TRONCOSO Capitol News Illinois 395
State ed board agrees: Schools should reopen for in-person learning in fall. Raymon Troncoso Capitol News Illinois 302
State plans to pay off COVID loans early. PETER HANCOCK Capitol News Illinois phancock@capitolnewsillinois.com 284
Step up to the table. Contributing article from Meet Chicago Northwest 287
Students to honor retiring music teacher with concert. Submitted by Western Springs School of Talent Education 248
Summer Camps Return to Five Seasons SportsClub. Zach Stipe 598
Summer reading program coming to Rick Warren Library. Submitted by the Rick Warren Library 287
TE remains a trouble spot for Bears. 708
The following births were reported at Memorial Hospital of Carbondale. 537
There will be fireworks: Northbrook starts planning Independence Day events. Submitted by Village of Northbrook 341
Third time's a charm for Saluki softball. Marv Courson Contributing Writer 360
Thursday Night Art Market on Water Street. Submitted by Batavia MainStree 287
Track Du Quoin track & Field Indians, Lady Indians look to go deep into postseason. Geary Deniston Contributing writer 1037
Two Mexican eateries coming to Schaumburg. Eric Peterson epeterson@dailyherald.com 374
U.S. Rep. Mary Miller: Biden energy strategy hurts consumers. 296
Universal language of music Music: The Chorus is open to all. Submitted by Lisa Swan 946
Universal language of music. Submitted by Lisa Swan 946
Vaccine rates lag in South, rural areas. Associated Press 465
Victim was bound to forklift, prosecutors say Bail set at $3 million for rape suspect from Palatine. Doug T. Graham dgraham@dailyherald.com 517
Villa Park man charged in stabbing. Susan Sarkauskas ssarkauskas@dailyherald.com 152
Village Theatre Guild opens online silent auction Sunday. Submitted by Village Theatre Guild 277
Virus update. 169
Walgreens to give veterans Memorial Day discounts. 363
Waubonsee Announces Distinguished Alumnus. Submitted by 270
Wauconda's Side Lot Brewery is reinventing itself. Phil Castello 840
Wayne Art League welcomes all skill levels, promotes art and friendship. Submitted by Lynne Kornecki 515
Wendell Williams will become SIUC's next associate chancellor of enrollment mana. 196
West Suburban Peace Coalition opens its 2021 essay contest. Submitted by West Suburban Peace Coalition 223
Why Naperville's CityGate West will be developed under a new name. Lauren Rohr lrohr@dailyherald.com 497
Why You Should Support Palestinians. Asma Jarad 701
Wife has said 'no' to starting family without saying 'no'. 576
Women's Auxiliary holds successful Spring 2021 Drive-Thru Fundraiser. Bridget Machalinski 333
World & nation in 60 seconds. 335
You're invited to take a swing for charity at Links Technology Cup. Submitted by Schaumburg Park District 230
Your faith. 363
Your Views. 462

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