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News | Why can't I get an appointment? FAQ about getting vaccinated in the suburbs
It's been almost three months since COVID-19 vaccines have been available, but many in the suburbs are still having a hard time scheduling an appointment for a shot.
News | New Des Plaines COVID-19 immunization site to use single-dose vaccineA new mass vaccination site in Des Plaines will use the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine, according to Cook County officials.
News | Where might you go for shots? Mass vaccination sites throughout the suburbsA glance at some of the mass vaccination sites operating in the suburbs.
Columns | Constable: From landmarks like Arlington Park to Dr. Suess, losing favorites is part of changeWhen change can be difficult to accept, and we lose things that were important to us, we have a tendency to look in the rearview mirror and imagine a better past.
Columns | Jim O'Donnell: Churchill Inc. perfectly positioned to donate land for Halas StadiumJim O'Donnell: Wouldn't it be nice if Churchill Downs Inc. donated the Arlington Park land to the village?
News | No injuries reported in Naperville fireNo one was injured in a fire at a two-story apartment building Wednesday night in Naperville.
News | $26.8 million redevelopment of downtown Mount Prospect shopping center gets OK from boardMount Prospect village board members voted Tuesday to approve the redevelopment of the Prospect Place shopping center, as well as a package of more than $4 million in financial incentives to support the downtown project.
Crime | 'This isn't a joke': Man shot during gas station robbery describes violent attackIt's been a week since Brian Pemble, working the overnight shift at the Marengo Circle K/Shell, was shot in the leg during an armed robbery committed by two men. Pemble, who had been working at the gas station as a second job for about three and a half to four months, says he can remember "pretty much everything" that happened that night.
Politics | Another call for Mount Prospect trustee to drop out of race over slurA Mount Prospect mayoral candidate and current village trustee is calling for trustee candidate Terri Gens to withdraw from the race and be removed from the Mount Prospect Public Library board for using a racial slur during an endorsement interview with the Daily Herald.
Education | Bill to curb use of isolation, restraint in public schools put on holdProposed legislation to curb the use of restraint and isolation as a form of punishment in Illinois public schools has been delayed after some lawmakers on a heavily suburban-influenced House education committee raised concerns.
Politics | Choosing the first woman and person of color to lead them, Democrats named U.S. Rep. Robin Kelly chair of the Democratic Party of Illinois on Wednesday -- despite concerns over limits on her ability to raise and spend funds.Democrats choose Kelly to lead them
Columns | Feder: ABC 7's Mark Giangreco under fire for 'ditzy' remark about Cheryl BurtonNow it can be told: Veteran Chicago sports anchor Mark Giangreco may be on the verge of losing his job at ABC-owned WLS-Channel 7 because he used the word "ditzy" in an on-air comment about news anchor Cheryl Burton.
Education | Bill would allow students with special needs to finish school year after they turn 22The Illinois House Human Services Committee advanced two bills Tuesday, one allowing special needs students to stay with school programs past their 22nd birthday and another allowing the use of certain federal nutrition benefits to purchase feminine hygiene products.
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An attempt to build snowmen and finding golf balls in the snow are part of The Week in Pictures photo gallery for February 20-26, 2021.
It was a busy and unpredictable couple of weeks and Daily Herald photographers present it in The Week in Pictures for February 6-19, 2021.
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