Suburban Chicago's Information Source
Breaking News Bar
Articles filed under
Bike race in West Dundee will cause road closures
By Gerard Dziuba
Jul 15, 2016 1:33 PM
Planning to drive through West Dundee on Wednesday? Some roads will be closed due to the Intelligentsia Cup bike race.
Fox Valley police reports
Jul 15, 2016 5:53 PM
Joseph A. Smith, 21, of Carpentersville, was charged Tuesday with three counts of child pornography, court records show.
Tom Cullerton's initiative to honor Illinois veterans signed into law
Jul 15, 2016 4:51 PM
VILLA PARK- Illinois National Guard members will soon be able to receive veterans status on Illinois identification cards thanks to State Senator Tom Cullerton's initiative that was signed into law today. Senate Bill 2173 addresses complaints from National Guard members not being classified as veterans since they had not been called to active duty by the President of the United States, Congress or the Governor of Illinois.
Carpentersville police: Two crashes occurred within minutes at Huntley, Randall roads
By Lauren Rohr
Jul 14, 2016 3:03 PM
Three people were injured Thursday afternoon in one of two consecutive traffic accidents at the same Carpentersville intersection, Police Chief Michael Kilbourne said.
What are you waiting for? Help a neighbor learn English now!
The Literacy Connection
Jul 14, 2016 9:47 PM
One hundred and thirty-three adults with limited English or low literacy skills are waiting for a tutor like you right now. Those adults are the parents of 94 children under the age of 12. Children of parents with low literacy skills have a 72 percent chance of being at the lowest reading levels themselves. If you can volunteer two hours per week, you can make a difference.
St. John's teacher Pam Huske retires after 34 years
St. John's Lutheran School
Jul 14, 2016 4:28 PM
After 34 years at Elgin's St. John's Lutheran School, Pam Huske will be retiring at the end of July. She will be honored during worship July 31, followed by an appetizer potluck.
Richard Cohen, are you for real?
Jul 14, 2016 2:30 PM
A Carpentersville letter to the editor: Response to Cohen's article, "Latest Salem trial fails to get Clinton," in the Daily Herald July 14: Richard Cohen, are you for real? In your article calling the email matter using a personal private server "as trivial" is ridiculous.
Next 'Legislative Brew' to welcome state Sen. McConnaughay
Elgin Area Chamber
Jul 14, 2016 10:45 PM
Elgin Area Chamber's Legislative Brew event features state Sen. Karen McConnaughay from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, July 19. Catch up over coffee with McConnaughay, ask your questions and mix and mingle with other chamber members, all in an informal setting. Seating is limited so reservations are necessary to attend.
'Healthy Tech' on display July 28 at Advocate Sherman Hospital
Jul 14, 2016 3:38 PM
A robot that assists with surgery, a tiny implant that warns of heart failure, and your personal health information in the palm of your hand. These are just a few of the tech advances featured at the Healthy Tech Fair July 28 at Advocate Sherman Hospital in Elgin.
Little Free Library in Carpentersville to promote literacy
By Lauren Rohr
Jul 14, 2016 9:34 AM
Take a book, leave a book, share a book with a friend. That's the idea behind the Little Free Library that will soon be installed at the Carpentersville village hall, courtesy of the Rotary Club of Carpentersville-Morning.
Show 21-30 of 13,930
Jobs at Daily Herald
Terms of Service
Copyright © 2016 Paddock Publications, Inc.
Winner - 2015 Best Website
Illinois Press Association
Latest Weekly Ads
2016 Readers' Choice
State & Region
Nation & World
Stocks & Markets
Suburban Chicago's Got Talent
Short & Sweet Theater Reviews
Oaklee's Family Guide
Health & Fitness
Home & Garden
Get Your Summer On
Oaklee's Family Guide
Letters to the Editor
Place an Ad
Merchandise for Sale
Business Service Directory
Place an Obituary
Weekly Sales Flyers
Search DailyHerald.com for articles
More ways to search Daily Herald
Search DailyHerald.com obituaries. »
Daily Herald newspaper archive
Find archived newspaper articles back to 1901. »
Activate Subscriber Access
Purchase a Digital Subscription
Start a New Subscription