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- Aurora coalition works to deliver COVID-19 vaccine shots to Black, Hispanic residents
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Illinois | This week: 83,000 J&J shots to come to Illinois, seniors can sign up for United Center shots
Illinois is expected to receive 83,000 doses of Johnson & Johnson's new COVID-19 vaccine by Wednesday. Illinois reported 1,577 new cases on Tuesday with 47 more deaths. Seniors can book United Center appointments Thursday.
Business | Biden vows enough vaccine for all U.S. adults by end of MayThe announcement comes as the White House looks to speed the production of the single-dose vaccine. Officials have said J&J faced unexpected production issues with its vaccine and produced only 3.9 million doses ahead of its receiving emergency use authorization on Saturday. The company says it is on pace to deliver 100 million doses by the end of June.
News | Aurora coalition works to deliver COVID-19 vaccine shots to Black, Hispanic residentsBlack and Hispanic suburbanites are being left behind in the fight against COVID-19, Aurora civic and religious leaders said Tuesday before opening a vaccination clinic for more than 750 minority residents.
News | Arlington Heights pond cleanup should help solve odor problems, officials sayPlans to clean up and expand a detention pond on the north side of Arlington Heights should solve odor problems and help mitigate flooding in the area, village officials said.
Columns | Rozner: Bears' Pace sounds wise in saying littleBears GM Ryan Pace said very little Tuesday. It was perhaps his best performance to date.
Education | Carmel High School returning to full in-person learning March 8Carmel Catholic High School in Mundelein will resume full in-person classes for the entire student body next week, school officials announced Tuesday.
Crime | Lisle man charged, again, with impersonating a police officerA Lisle man faces another charge that he impersonated a Chicago police officer -- this time, in Downers Grove.
Education | Oakton to build state's first community college cannabis labOakton Community College will build a marijuana cultivation lab on its Des Plaines campus - the first facility of its kind for an Illinois community college - through a $600,000 donation, school leaders announced Tuesday.
Business | 'The best bagels in Chicago': Lisle trustees eager for Schmaltz Deli to move to townThe family-owned deli still needs to clear several hurdles to make the move to Lisle, but the village already is putting out the welcome mat.
News | Firefighters extinguish apartment blaze near Aurora's downtownAurora firefighters battle an apartment fire near the city's downtown area.
Business | Garfield's in Palatine plans to remodel, add bar areaGarfield's Beverage Warehouse in Palatine is planning a renovation that will include adding a bar area designed for customers to try products for sale, a concept that launched in 2015 at the Crystal Lake store.
Columns | Constable: Duchossois has fond memories, hope for what's next at Arlington ParkHis heart and soul went into the building of Arlington Park, but 99-year-old Dick Duchossois has fond memories and hope that new owners will do something that benefits the community.
Crime | FBI chief calls Jan. 6 'domestic terrorism,' defends handling of intelligenceFBI Director Chris Wray condemned the January riot at the U.S. Capitol as "domestic terrorism" Tuesday as he defended the bureau's handling of intelligence indicating the prospect for violence. He told lawmakers the information was properly shared with other law enforcement agencies even though it was raw and unverified.
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- MundeleinPublic hearing set for controversial Thorntons plan in Mundelein
- WheelingNo bail for Wheeling man charged with sexually abusing girls
- HuntleyHuntley downtown picnic tables enjoyed last summer could be here to stay
- NapervilleDuPage Children's Museum reopens in a limited capacity
- ElginNew corporate headquarters, with jobs to fill, may come to Elgin
- Villa ParkMan gets 8-year sentence for Villa Park carjacking
- Addison3rd Chicago teen charged in Addison carjacking
- Lake CountySuspect charged in fatal North Chicago shooting
- Buffalo GroveBuffalo Grove trustee candidates talk business at chamber forum
- Des PlainesRaises approved for about 40 Des Plaines municipal workers
- Des PlainesGrant program created to help Des Plaines businesses recover from pandemic
- NapervilleNaperville father, attorney appointed to District 203 school board
- 5:20 PMEducare West DuPage gets $1.1 million grant for early childhood education
- 4:05 PMEgg Hunt on the Island offers month-long scavenger hunt in downtown Aurora
- 1:15 PMSide Street Studio Arts celebrates 8th anniversary with 'You Are Not the Boss of My Art'
- 12:24 PMHuntley Area Public Library building to close March 15 to April 26
- 12:00 PMGorton center offering monthly parenting series
- 10:47 AMElk Grove Twp. food pantry adjusts to meet clients' needs
- 9:07 AMWorld-renowned muralist teaches students much more than art
- 4:13 PMLocal Red Coat Farm Riders Earn Top Awards in Florida Competition
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