Crime | Temporary worker charged with murder in WeatherTech shooting
A temporary WeatherTech employee was charged with murder Saturday after he shot three co-workers, killing one, following a confronation about robberies, Bolingbrook police said.
News | More than 90% of Illinois' plastic goes to landfills. Here are some solutions.Over 90% of the plastic generated in Illinois is going to landfills instead of being recycled. We can help change that.
Columns | Quicker clicks: Why data centers are a growth industry in the suburbsWhat are data centers, how do they affect our everyday lives, why are so many of them being built in the suburbs and what do they mean for our economy?
Politics | 'We'll keep fighting': Jane members who provided illegal abortions outraged at Roe's fallJane members who risked everything to provide illegal abortions to women in the 1960s and '70s say they are not surprised, but outraged at Supreme Court's overthrow of Roe v. Wade.
News | Suburban Skyview: Baseball has been played at Lloyd Meyer Field for generationsIn this week's Suburban Skyview column, Joe Lewnard oversees one of the regular baseball games that have been held at Arlington Heights' Lloyd W. Meyer Field since the 1940s.
Politics | Abortion ruling expected to whip up Illinois' GOP base, help conservative governor hopefulsHow will Roe v. Wade's overthrow impact the primary election in Illinois? Experts think it will fire up the Republican base helping conservative candidates running for governor. But it also means high Democratic turnout with reproductive rights on the line.
Kane County | Body recovered from Fox River in Carpentersville forest preserveAuthorities are investigating the discovery of an adult man's body Sunday morning in the Fox River at a forest preserve in Carpentersville.
News | The Week That Was: Arlington Hts. motel 'nuisance' rules, famed Wheaton College coach mournedArlington Heights trustees implement new rules to fine or shut down "nuisance" hotels or motels. Arlington Heights trustees and commuters rail against Metra officials for cutting express trains. Aurora, South Elgin cancel July 4 parades for alternatives. Famed Wheaton College coach J.R. Bishop is mourned.
Editorial | A summary of the Daily Herald's endorsements in the June 28 Republican and Democratic primariesA summary of the Daily Herald's endorsements in contested local races for the June 28 Republican and Democratic primaries.
Business | The Biz Week That Was: The rebirth of Buffalo Grove Town Center; clean-energy jobs in the worksBuffalo Grove trustees approve the final plan for the rebirth of the Town Center into The Clove. 212-unit apartment complex in south Naperville advances. An A&W restaurant is set to open in July in Addison. The long-awaited redevelopment plans for International Plaza in Arlington Heights arrive. The state solar industry works on clean-energy workforce.
Columns | Constable: Chef cooks up kitchen-inspired hairnets for dogsOn a hot day, with his dog shedding, a Villa Park chef mused, "I wish they had hairnets for dogs." Now he's selling Doggy Hairnets.
Columns | Grammar Moses: All the world's a sports analogy, and all the men and women merely playersJim wraps everything in a sports analogy to talk about "trying to" versus "trying and."
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