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News | Des Plaines family grieves loss of couple, son killed in Mount Prospect crash
A tightly knit Des Plaines family is grieving the tragic loss of three of its members killed in a two-vehicle crash Sunday morning in Mount Prospect.
Politics | United Center COVID-19 vaccination disconnect causes more delaysIf you blinked in the collar counties, you may have missed signing up for COVID-19 vaccines at the United Center.
News | 800 seniors get COVID vaccinations in ItascaHundreds of senior citizens, some riding in wheelchairs, lined up at the Itasca Park District Fitness Center on Monday to receive their first COVID-19 vaccines.
Illinois | Illinois COVID-19 update: Daily fatalities lowest in monthsIllinois hit a single-day low for COVID-19 fatalities not seen since September with five more deaths from the respiratory disease, the Illinois Department of Public Health reported Monday, as new cases reached 1,182.
News | Fully vaccinated people can gather without masks, CDC saysFully vaccinated Americans can gather with other vaccinated people indoors without wearing a mask or social distancing, according to long-awaited guidance from federal health officials.
Columns | Cubs, White Sox getting fans back this seasonChicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced Monday the Cubs and White Sox can have fans back at Wrigley Field and Guaranteed Rate Field this season.
Crime | Court appearance delayed for Des Plaines alderman charged with DUIA court appearance for a Des Plaines alderman charged with driving under the influence has been delayed one month -- to a date after the April 6 local election.
Columns | Rozner: The night sports pulled the pandemic plugIt was one year ago that Adam Silver pulled the plug on sports, but we're still here and there's light at the end of the tunnel.
Politics | Elgin City Council candidates share plans to revive the downtownThe 11 candidates for Elgin City Council talk about what they would do to fill vacant business space in the downtown.
Crime | Aurora man pleads guilty to trying to hire someone, via Snapchat, for murderAn Aurora man has pleaded guilty to trying to hire someone, via Snapchat, to kill someone
Politics | Route 45 to be torn up in Mundelein for flood-prevention projectA short but much-traveled stretch of Route 45 through the heart of Mundelein will temporarily be reduced from four lanes to two starting this spring as part of a $9 million flood prevention project, Mayor Steve Lentz announced Monday night.
Business | Last call for alcohol in Rosemont to move from 4 a.m. to 2 a.m.Last call at Rosemont bars will come a little earlier starting next year. Village trustees Monday approved liquor code changes that will speed up closing time from 4 a.m. to 2 a.m., in a move set to take effect right after New Year's Eve.
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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.
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