Columns | What Illinois' green energy law means for electric car buyers
$4,000 back if I buy an electric vehicle? Sounds good, but what does that really mean? Hint -- don't bank on the rebate lasting. We dig into Illinois' new green energy program.
Columns | Illinois law will allow athletes to modify uniforms for cultural, religious reasonsIllinois is the first state to adopt a new law providing students flexibility to modify their sports uniforms.
Columns | Lincicome: For Nagy, stumbling, bumbling is no way to go through a seasonWith Matt Nagy's game plan, the season is already over. Adjust accordingly.
News | Salvation Army hopes free music program can open doors for kidsThe Salvation Army in Elgin offers free music classes and provides instruments for kids ages 4 and older. Daniel Simmons attended the classes years ago as a kid when his family sought support and services from the Salvation Army. Now a Salvation Army captain, he brings his three kids back.
News | What to expect from a $24 million redesign of Willowbrook Wildlife CenterA transformative project -- by far, the largest undertaken at Willowbrook Wildlife Center since it opened in the late 1950s -- would give resident animals new habitats and change the way visitors interact with them.
Crime | Driver seriously injured in shooting on I-90 near Hoffman EstatesAn Elgin man was seriously injured early Sunday when hit by gunfire coming from another vehicle on Interstate 90 near Hoffman Estates, Illinois State Police said.
News | 'We share a bond': Gold Star families gather for Naperville groundbreakingGold Star families, community leaders and others gathered Sunday in Naperville's Veterans Park for the groundbreaking ceremony of the Naperville Gold Star Families Memorial Monument.
News | Lake Zurich pilot polystyrene recycling program gaining tractionLake Zurich's pilot polystyrene recycling program is gaining traction with residents.
News | Aldermen, residents raise objections to St. Charles apartment proposalSt. Charles aldermen and residents are voicing concerns about the size of a 340-unit apartment community proposed near the city's east side. Wisconsin-based Continental Properties wants to build the apartment community on the 27 acres north of Smith Road at Pheasant Trail known as the Petkus property.
Columns | Feder: Chicago Reader celebrates 50th anniversary with gratitudeThe venerable Chicago Reader will honor its 50th year of publication with special anniversary issues on October 14 and October 28, featuring its origin story and articles focused on the past half-century of award-winning work.
Columns | Dietz: After 26-6 loss to Browns, Bears coach Nagy must stop calling playsEnough's enough. After what we saw during a 26-6 Bears loss at Cleveland, it's time for Matt Nagy to hand the play-calling duties off to offensive coordinator Bill Lazor.
Columns | Stacks of burial vaults aren't evidence COVID-19 was plannedStacks of burial vaults aren't evidence COVID-19 was planned, vaccines won't protect against hurricanes, and cursing is protected by the constitution, writes Bob Oswald.
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