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News | As deadline approaches, racing and Bears stadium remain possible for Arlington Park site
Arlington Heights Mayor Tom Hayes said there are fewer than 10 Arlington Park redevelopment proposals of which he's aware, ahead of a Tuesday deadline for developers and investors to submit initial offers to track owner Churchill Downs Inc. and its real estate broker.
Politics | Why Schaumburg might require permits for large political rallies near WoodfieldSchaumburg officials may require permits for the large political gatherings that have been become nearly weekly occurrences at the prominent intersection of Golf and Meacham roads, as well as establishing criteria to disperse crowds if they become unruly and aggressive.
Politics | Constable: Good vibes remain in the air for first United's Black pilotTwenty-five years after Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry honored William R. Norwood, the first Black pilot for United, as part of its "Take Flight" exhibit, the exhibit gets an update, and the pioneering pilot and his wife draw a crowd of loving friends and family.
Politics | East Dundee village president spars with trustee over administrator's firing, future of seatThere was no resolution to two contentious issues facing East Dundee -- the firing of Village Administrator Jennifer Johnsen and the question over Scott Andresen's trustee seat -- but there was plenty of debate about both at Monday's board meeting.
News | Lifeguard shortage puts damper on summer swim season for some suburbsA shortage of lifeguards has led the Mundelein Park & Recreation District to close its Diamond Lake Beach for four days each week.
Education | KLA School operator to open second Naperville locationThe success of an existing early childhood center in Naperville has prompted its owners to move forward with plans to build a second KLA School in town.
Illinois | If you want to avoid the ICU, get a COVID-19 shot, doctors saySuburban doctors are worried about the latest trend -- unvaccinated patients in the hospital with COVID-19. "There are five people clinging to life in our ICU who did not get vaccinated," said Dr. Jeff Huml, medical director of critical care at Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital in Winfield.
Crime | Scam alert: Beware of texts claiming to be from secretary of state's officeIf you've received a suspicious text message or email recently purporting to be from the Illinois secretary of state and asking you to update your contact information or stating you owe a renewal fee, you're not alone. Reports of the texts and emails have been popping up in recent weeks, prompting Secretary of State Jesse White to issue a public warning calling the solicitations a scam.
Crime | Carpentersville man identified as victim of road rage beatingThe victim of a road rage beating has been identified as a 52-year-old Carpentersville man.
News | After 30-year career, Aurora Police Chief Ziman to retire in AugustAfter three decades of serving the residents and officers of her hometown, Aurora Police Chief Kristen Ziman plans to retire in August from the department that launched her "fantastic career."
Columns | Feder: V103 widens margin of victory in latest radio ratingsWVAZ 102.7-FM, the iHeartMedia R&B station, widened its lead over Audacy all-news WBBM 780-AM/WCFS 105.9-FM in the latest Nielsen Audio survey released Monday.
Crime | Gurnee police break up big fight at Great AmericaGurnee police were called to Six Flags Great America just before 7 p.m. Sunday to help break up fights at the theme park, police said Monday. Several people were arrested.
News | More evidence suggests COVID-19 was in U.S. by Christmas 2019A new analysis of blood samples from 24,000 Americans taken early last year is the latest and largest study to suggest that the new coronavirus popped up in the U.S. in December 2019 -- weeks before cases were first recognized by health officials.
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