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Articles from Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL) (October 8, 2021)

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"Songs for Nobodies" - ? ? ? Scott C. Morgan smorgan@dailyherald.com 538
'Chasing the Light' art exhibit at Harrisburg District Library Art. Submitted by the Harrisburg District Library 273
'It's easy. For God's sake, get vaccinated.' Vaccines: Biden says hospitals are being overwhelmed by the unvaccinated. Marni Pyke mpyke@dailyherald.com 712
'It's easy. For God's sake, get vaccinated.'. Marni Pyke mpyke@dailyherald.com 712
'Lamb' is weird, but also haunting and beautiful. Michael O'Sullivan The Washington Post 562
'My Social Security' hits 60 million registrations. Submitted By Niki Alverado, Social Security District Manager 455
'Oaktober'. 513
'Rescue' explores Thai cave saga. Lindsey Bahr Associated Press 476
'SIU Is All That' festivities set to start Monday Homecoming. Christi Mathis SIU University Communications 868
18 ex-NBA players charged in $4M health care fraud scheme. LARRY NEUMEISTER and TIM REYNOLDS Associated Press 1105
7 National Merit Semifinalists named from York High School. Submitted by Elmhurst Unit District 205 265
Addison resident to share tales of the paranormal Oct. 18 at the library. Emily Glimco Addison Public Library 800
Advice for buyers on how to find a home that builds wealth. 868
After 15 years, the Southern Illinois Miners will no longer play baseball in Marion Miners. HOLLY KEE hkee@localsouthernnews.com 937
Apple plans iPhone control over A/C, seats, radio. 396
Are we ready to inoculate new wave of kids? Jake Griffin jgriffin@dailyherald.com 657
Are we ready to inoculate new wave of kids? Wave: 1.1 million children ages 5-11 live in Illinois. Jake Griffin jgriffin@dailyherald.com 657
Are we ready to vaccinate new wave of children? Jake Griffin jgriffin@dailyherald.com 657
Are you willing to be molded into your best self? 616
Area residents are invited to participate in a drug take back and confidential d. 472
Arozarena steals show as Rays take 1-0 series lead. Associated Press 787
Aurora churches bless 20 pets. Submitted by Al Benson 154
Aurora history to come alive at Big Woods Cemetery Walk to benefit school renovation. Submitted by Al Benson 441
Aurora Methodists host 'open table' worship on Oct. 10. Submitted by Flowing Forth United Methodist Church 250
Aurora Methodists hosts 'open table' worship at Batavia restaurant Oct. 10. Submitted by Flowing Forth United Methodist Church 250
Baseball Does baseball need Wee Willie Keelers? 762
Bears film study: Credit Peters for making Fields' day. Mike McGraw mmcgraw@dailyherald.com 740
Best Bets: Latin superstar Marc Anthony headlines Allstate Arena. Scott C. Morgan smorgan@dailyherald.com 543
Beware the temptations Cook County must remain disciplined as it rolls out federal relief plans. 463
Biden visits Elk Grove Village today to reinforce vaccine message. Marni Pyke mpyke@dailyherald.com 749
Bluegrass & BBQ Fest A string-ticklin' good time Saturday in Harrisburg Bluegrass. Submitted by the Saline County Tourism Board 320
Bluegrass & BBQ Fest A string-ticklin' good time Saturday. Submitted by the Saline Creek Tourism Board 329
Bonding experience. 666
Bonding experience: Daniel Craig's richly layered performance in 'No Time to Die' just might attract Oscar's attention. Dann Gire Film Critic Movie review 717
Book industry thrown into chaos over supply-chain delays. Gerry Smith and Augusta Saraiva Bloomberg 787
Book review: 'Voices' richly illustrates pandemic's impact on lives. Andrew DeMillo Associated Press 371
Book review: Anthony Doerr dreams big with 'Cloud Cuckoo Land'. Rob Merrill Associated Press 506
Boyfriend is hypocritical of her having guy friends. 591
Boys soccer: Dundee-Crown spoils Huntley's title hopes. Michael Dwojak Shaw Media 524
Buffalo Grove police receive high marks in resident survey. Daily Herald report 198
Can the Blackhawks fix what has ailed their penalty kill unit for 3 seasons? John Dietz jdietz@dailyherald.com 695
Can White Sox get to Valdez? Giolito likes pitching at Minute Maid Park. 398
Candidate: Auditor race recount uncovers sealed vote-by-mail ballots. Susan Sarkauskas ssarkauskas@dailyherald.com 490
Cantigny Fall Festival features crafts, pumpkins, more. Submitted by Cantigny Park 254
Carol Stream woman gets jail time for Yellowstone grizzly close encounter. 239
Carpenter ignores nerves, introduces the president. Marni Pyke mpyke@dailyherald.com 333
Caruso hoping to spread what he learned from his Lakers days. 615
Caruso hoping to spread what he learned from Lakers. Mike McGraw mmcgraw@dailyherald.com 628
Centerstone utilizing local funding to expand ability to provide resources and care for local homeless population. SUBMITTED BY DALUS BEN AVI Centerstone 327
CHABAD JEWISH CENTER OF ARLINGTON HEIGHTS INFUSES ADULT EDUCATION WITH CUTTING-EDGE PEDAGOGIC TECHNIQUES. Yaakov Kotlarsky 439
Change of perspective does us good. 415
Chicago Brass Band Players return to MCC's Second Sunday Concert Series. Submitted by McHenry County College 199
Choose your own adventure. Nelson, By Samantha 637
Choose your own adventure: Bubble tea shops popping up across the suburbs. Nelson, By Samantha 637
Clear Height Properties renovates, sells Oak Brook building. Daily Herald report 172
Coming up with Kali Masi. Brian Shamie bshamie@dailyherald.com 711
Coming up with Kali Masi: How the suburbs helped shape this punk rock foursome. Brian Shamie bshamie@dailyherald.com 740
CORPORATE GIFTING: The Low-Hanging Fruit of Customer Relationship Management. Mary Winowiecki 1661
Cottages available for spring move at Heritage Harbor. Advertiser generated content Submitted by Heritage Harbor Resort -CLMN- 638
Demonstrators line Higgins Road. Russell Lissau rlissau@dailyherald.com 281
Des Plaines weapons arrest:. 393
Des Plaines weapons arrest:. 331
Diller's IAC buying magazine company Meredith for $2B. TALI ARBEL AP Technology Writer 391
Dining bites: Rita's Italian Ice brings sweet treats to Park Ridge. Caroline Linden clinden@dailyherald.com 657
Does baseball need Wee Willie Keelers? 762
Donations collected for domestic violence survivors at Lisle Library District. Joy Davis 189
Drop off unwanted, expired prescription drugs Oct. 16. Submitted by the office of State Rep. Chris Bos 164
DuPage Foundation to host virtual benefit. Submitted by DuPage Foundation 358
Easy ways to boost the value of your home. Ron Wynn Creators.com 546
Egyptian Health Department reports another COVID-19 death. Submitted by the Egyptian Health Department 248
Elk Grove Township, Lions Club Host Document Shredding Event. Vicarious Public Relations 294
End of an era After 15 years, the Southern Illinois Miners will no longer play baseball in Marion Miners. HOLLY KEE hkee@localsouthernnews.com 937
END OF AN ERA After 15 years, the Southern Illinois Miners will no longer play baseball in Marion. HOLLY KEE hkee@localsouthernnews.com 938
Entertaining idea: Make your own wet bar. James Dulley Creators.com 547
Eviction moratorium expires Rental aid, legal services still available for renters facing eviction. Jerry Nowicki capitol news Illinois 589
Falcons have great showing at regionals. SIC Sports Information 249
Fall Fest Returns to Warrenville! Sheri Potter 303
Family of slain Elgin teen wants harsher charges. What would it take for that to. Charles Keeshan and Susan Sarkauskas copsandcrime@dailyherald.com 987
Fashion stylist Kamran Razmdjoo is making celebs and ordinary people look presentable. Zishan Alam 512
Festivals Oct. 8-14: St. Charles Scarecrow Fest, Great Highwood Pumpkin Fest join fall fun. Luke Zurawski lzurawski@dailyherald.com 2562
Food pantries discuss changing face of hunger amid pandemic. James Fuller jfuller@dailyherald.com 558
For some politicians, enough spending will never be enough. 753
Four killed in floods from slow-moving front. JAY REEVES Associated Press 389
Fred L. Nolen, formerly of Carrier Mills. 259
Freeze joins Fox Weather; Arquette buys Bozo rights. 278
Fremd's thrilling win over Barrington knots up MSL West. Leusch, By John 740
Fundraiser aids boutique for breast cancer patients. Submitted by Amy Winter 715
Geneva Women's Club hosts 46th annual Holiday Arts & Craft Show Oct. 16. Submitted by Geneva Women's Club 222
Girls volleyball: Huntley outlasts Jacobs in 3 sets. Alex Kantecki Shaw Media 635
Give Back to Your Community this Holiday Season. Vicarious Public Relations 163
Give the game back to the kids Nowlan. 462
Glenbard Bilingual Parent Advisory Committee sets webinar re: college application process. Mannion, Peg 207
Got Coats? GLMV Coat For Vets Now Underway. Carol Levin 222
Granddaughter Working At Monarch Landing - The Place Resident Calls Home - Is Icing On The Cake. Monarch Landing 715
Grayslake Central (5-1, 3-1) at Antioch (3-3, 3-1). 1732
Grayslake Central, Round Lake share NLCC title. Silber, By Rusty 326
Gurnee students learn local history and share facts with forest preserve visitors. Mikus, By Kim 717
Hanover Township to distribute Thanksgiving meal boxes. Hanover Township 176
Harking Back. 512
Harmon and Pritzker: It's complicated. 702
Health experts urge flu shots. LAURAN NEERGAARD AP Medical Writer 323
Hersey tops BG for its 20th win of the season. Esbrook, By Bill 658
High school students get chance to call the shots in Buffalo Grove. Steve Zalusky szalusky@dailyherald.com 320
High school students get civics lesson in Buffalo Grove Inside: 'Charlotte's Web' to be staged at Maine South. 484
High school students get civics lesson in Buffalo Grove Inside: 'Charlotte's Web' to be staged at Maine South. 737
Historical Wargame Enthusiasts Embrace "Strategic Saturdays" at Pritzker Military Museum & Library. Karin Shapiro 696
Home improvement resource directory. Directory 597
Hooters Management Corporation Raising Funds During Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Ilona Wolpin 458
Hospitals averaging 8.4% fewer COVID-19 patients COVID: State health officials report 36 more deaths, 3,371 new infections. Jake Griffin jgriffin@dailyherald.com 226
Hospitals averaging 8.4% fewer COVID-19 patients. Jake Griffin jgriffin@dailyherald.com 226
Huntley Rotary Clubs hosts Iron Long exhibit as part of polio fundraiser. Submitted by Karen Hutchings 262
Illinois hospitals averaging 8.4% fewer COVID-19 patients than week ago. Jake Griffin jgriffin@dailyherald.com 226
Innovation and growth over 30 years and 2 generations for Carpentersville business. Technology, Submitted By; Association, Manufacturing 1106
Introducing Audrey Nixon Boulevard, and the newly reconstructed 14th Street. Submitted by Lake County Division of Transportation 370
Jobless claims fall more than expected. Reade Pickert Bloomberg 265
Jorja Fox hopes 'CSI: Vegas' will spark science appreciation. Alicia Rancilio Associated Press 462
Jury convicts ex-professor of murder. Associated Press 180
Kane County food pantries, shelters experience overwhelming demand in wake of COVID-19. James Fuller jfuller@dailyherald.com 558
Keuchel left off White Sox's playoff roster. Scot Gregor sgregor@dailyherald.com 544
Lake Zurich leaf vacuuming begins Oct. 18. Daily Herald report 184
Landmarks in learning Mikus: Groups showed creativity. 711
Landmarks in learning Mikus: Groups showed creativity. 1057
Latin sensation. Scott C. Morgan smorgan@dailyherald.com 511
League of Women Voters chapter does its part to register new voters in Batavia. Heun, By Dave 1295
Lineman Peters opened lots of lanes. Mike McGraw mmcgraw@dailyherald.com 731
Live, in-person theater returns to Maine South with 'Charlotte's Web'. Russell Lissau rlissau@dailyherald.com 160
Low-maintenance living appeals to homeowners Sponsored by Plote Homes. Advertiser generated content 877
Madonna invites viewers along on her journey in 'Madame X' on Paramount+. George Dickie Gracenote 453
Maintain fireplace to keep homefires burning. Chelle Cordero Creators.com 587
Man accused of beating cop:. 431
Man fighting for new trial dies in prison. Charles Keeshan ckeeshan@dailyherald.com 334
Manufacturing company opens new $15 million facility in Wood Dale. Trey Arline tarline@dailyherald.com 248
Marshall Browning Hospital honors retiring director. Submitted by Pam Logan, Marshall Browning Hospital 240
McHenry High School honors three newest Distinguished Graduates during homecoming. McHenry High School District 156 534
McHenry High School's homecoming features outdoor dance. Amy Maciaszek McHenry High School 348
Midwestern University holds White Coat ceremonies. Submitted by Jill Blair-Smith 283
Morrison to host Virtual Town Hall for residents. Submitted by the office of state Rep. Tom Morrison 203
Motorola Solutions pledges $1 million to support Obama Presidential Center. 169
Movie guide. Movie review 924
Mt. Prospect train station, dozens more could be sold. Steve Zalusky szalusky@dailyherald.com 337
Mural recognized with Bright Spot Award. Submitted by Anne Krippenstapel Keep Carbondale Beautiful 311
Naperville panel forwards mosque plan. Kevin Schmit kschmit@dailyherald.com 460
New homes offer ability to personalize selections Sponsored by Meritus Homes. Advertiser generated content 982
New model home open at Squires Crossing. Advertiser generated content Submitted by Shodeen Homes 455
Nobel Prize in literature awarded to Gurnah. Ron Charles The Washington Post 511
Northbrook Junior High wins Woodlands Mathalon. Submitted by Woodlands Academy 257
Northwestern Medicine Huntley Hospital celebrates fifth year. Submitted by Northwestern Medicine 901
Notes on religion. 714
NSYMCA Unveils New Lobby Coffee Bar to Create Jobs for Special Needs Community. Creative Marketing Associates 590
Oct. 14: CLC to host Illinois Regional College Fair. College of Lake County 190
Only one testifies at congressional redistricting hearing. Capitol News Illinois 244
Oswego man convicted of sex abuse. Padar, By Kayleigh 179
Out & about. 797
Palatine man accused of stalking is held without bail. Barbara Vitello Legal Affairs Writer bvitello@dailyherald.com -CLMN- 226
PBS Kids introduces a 6-year-old heroine with 'Alma's Way'. Mark Kennedy Associated Press 912
PBS Kids' new 'Alma's Way' introduces 6-year-old heroine. Mark Kennedy Associated Press Alma has a dilemma: The 6-year-old New Yorker has tickets for a baseba 386
PCHS inducts 19 new members to Beta Club honor society. Daniel Herbst Contributing writer 205
Pet of the week. 212
Pfizer asks US to allow COVID shots for kids ages 5 to 11. LAURAN NEERGAARD AP Medical Writer 440
Plaintiffs say new legislative maps dilute Latino vote Maps:. Power, By Peter Hancock Capitol News Illinois Phancock@Capitolnewsillinois.Com Springfield Plaintiff 269
Plaintiffs say new legislative maps dilute Latino vote. Power, By Peter Hancock Capitol News Illinois Plaintiffs In Two Lawsuits Challenging The State'S Leg 381
Powerhouse performance. Scott C. Morgan smorgan@dailyherald.com 463
Prep wall first to ensure problem-free painting. CTW Features 801
Prince of Peace School earns second Blue Ribbon Award. Submitted by Jenny Popp 544
Relationships examined in Elgin Theatre's 'A Doll's House, Part 2'. Submitted by Elgin Theatre Company 294
Religion - Special events. 491
Report offers new details of Trump efforts after election. Devlin Barrett The Washington Post 527
River-to-River Trail Society announces fall schedule. SUBMITTED BY GiLLUM FERGUSON River-to-River Trail Society 627
Ron Onesti: The power of music in her final hours. Ron Onesti Special to dailyherald.com 974
Ruse burglars steal $35K in jewelry from Wheaton home. Katlyn Smith ksmith@dailyherald.com 310
Ryu heads home winner vs. St. Charles East. Jake Bartelson Shaw Media 414
S. Elgin event meant to show police 'we have their backs'. Rick West rwest@dailyherald.com 432
Salukis survive OT, beat WIU 31-30. Marv Courson Contributing Writer 424
Scouting Week 7 DuPage County football games. Narang, By Bobby 1246
Scouting Week 7 football games in the Northwest suburbs. 1330
Scouting Week 7 Fox football games. Miazga, By Mike 2452
Security opened fire at carjacker outside Preckwinkle's home. Andy Grimm Chicago Sun-Times 243
Senate passes bill to raise debt ceiling into December Ceiling: More vicious political battle could come in December. Tony Romm The Washington Post 1361
Senate passes bill to raise debt ceiling into December. Tony Romm The Washington Post 1361
Senate passes bill to raise debt ceiling into December. Tony Romm The Washington Post 335
Senate votes to lift debt ceiling into early December. Freking, By Kevin; Fram, Alan; -Clmn-, Alexandra Jaffe Associated Press 1072
Sickly showing for Sox in Game 1 loss at Houston. 481
Sound check: New Violet Crime, Footlight District songs tackle personal growth. Brian Shamie bshamie@dailyherald.com 590
Speaker to discuss unlocking emotions. Peg Mannion Glenbard District 87 247
Sports in 60 seconds. 324
Spotlight: First Folio premieres 'Frankenstein'-inspired drama. Barbara Vitello bvitello@dailyherald.com 1561
Sticking with my father on Hinckley. 551
Sticking with my father on John Hinckley. 632
Students from Batavia High named National Merit Scholarship finalists. Submitted by Batavia Unit District 101 190
Sue Ellen Thompson, formerly of Carbondale. 219
Sunfield United Methodist Church at 150 Despite adversity, history of congregation is one of perseverence Sunfield. Submitted by Linda Denton, Sunfield United Methodist Church 1325
Support Aurora food pantry today. Submitted by Alia Rivera 376
Sweet! 655
Taking it to the streets League of Women Voters chapter does its part to register new voters in Batavia Heun: Geneva Women's Club hosting its 40th annual Arts and Craft Show. 1287
Tate & Lyle appoints Bill Magee as President, North America for Food & Beverage Solutions. Esyllt Dafydd 478
Terrier boys pick up two wins. Submitted by Donnie Torres 302
Terrier football blasts Rams 53-7. Marv Courson Contributing Writer 495
Thai cave incident explored in riveting 'The Rescue'. Lindsey Bahr Associated Press Movie review 650
The 'X' factor. George Dickie Gracenote 453
The Creature's bride. 1556
The Ex-Cub Factor (Ex-Sox too). 245
The following births were recently reported at Memorial Hospital of Carbondale. 498
The following incidens were obtained from the Carbondale Police Department. Note. 247
The spooky season. Submitted by GreenMan Theatre 486
This weekend. 2561
Thomas Jeffrey Hobbs Sr. of Harrisburg. 189
Though unenforceable, offensive deed language is targeted. 826
Three West Chicago Artists Featured in Group Show: Signals & Codes, Part of the 2021 Terrain Biennial International Public Art Festival. Rosemary Mackey 182
Trump to try to establish executive privilege in House Jan. 6 investigation. Associated Press 262
Two Aurora churches partner to bless 20 pets. Submitted by Al Benson 154
U.S. used-car prices, key inflation driver, surge to another record. Yueqi Yang Bloomberg 224
Villa St. Benedict celebrates National Assisted Living Week. Submitted by Emily Turner 392
Violet Crime's 'Bad Habits'. 580
Virus update. 284
Wadsworth Resident Joins CASA Lake County to Help Fight Child Abuse. Deborah Rashman 533
Warriors' big plays key win over St. Edward. Voss, By Gregg 508
Weekend watch. 705
West Chicago group offers special sessions to show off creativity. Submitted by Rosemary Mackey 196
West Chicago to Launch Veterans Tribute Banner Display: Call for Photos. Rosemary Mackey 320
Westmont man charged after authorities say he beat officer. Padar, By Kayleigh 402
What caused Nagy's 180 on Fields, and what does it say about his future? 678
What it would take for harsher charges in stabbing Crime: Child molester sentenced to 60 more years in prison. 964
What it would take for harsher charges in stabbing. 246
What it would take for harsher charges in stabbing. 964
What you need to know about installing solar panels Solar: Panels will work even in colder, snow-producing climates. Laura Daily Special To The Washington Post 1542
White House cancels on Sweet Baby Ray's. Russell Lissau rlissau@dailyherald.com 249
White Sox ALDS roster: Rodon in, Keuchel out. Scot Gregor sgregor@dailyherald.com 180
Why America's young people inspire optimism for the future. 626
Why America's young people make me optimistic about the future. Lee H. Hamilton 630
Why is the 'Big Lie' so powerful in America? 692
Why it pays to hire local professionals. CTW Features 592
William Walter 'Woody' Woods, formerly of Murphysboro. 313
World & nation in 60 seconds. 474
York Football Coach Mike Fitzgerald Named Chicago Bears Coach of the Week. Chicago Bears 170
Your Faith. 433
Your Views. 363

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