News | It's official: Ribfest leaving Naperville for Romeoville
The festival, which over its 32-year run in Naperville became one of the largest and best known in the suburbs, will take place on four consecutive days around July 4, 2020, and continue to feature top musical acts as well as its normal helping of ribs, officials said.
News | How a St. Charles mom is celebrating the memory of her 3-year-old sonElizabeth Gerlach of St. Charles felt like her world was turned upside down when her son, Ben, died in 2016 after battling health issues his entire life. Now, she's honoring his memory by creating a foundation and writing a children's book series featuring a young boy who uses a wheelchair.
Kane County | Army veteran's Batavia coffee business grows through care, camaraderieVeteran Sal Dazzo, who served in Iraq during eight years in the Army, is now president of Gun Barrel Coffee in Batavia. He donates to veteran groups and gives veterans retail space to sell arts and crafts at his storefront.
Politics | N.Y. Times: Joe Walsh likely to challenge Trump in 2020 primaryFormer Illinois congressman Joe Walsh may announce as early as this weekend that he'll challenge Donald Trump in the 2020 primary, according to a Wednesday night report from the New York Times.
News | Self-service beer, wine pours coming to Rosemont mallWith a plastic card and touch of a handle, visitors to the Fashion Outlets of Chicago mall in Rosemont will soon be able to pour their own craft beer, wine and cider.
Crime | North Aurora cop shoots, kills man armed with handgunA North Aurora police officer shot and killed a 54-year-old man armed with a handgun Wednesday night who police believed was suicidal and a threat to others inside his house.
News | 1 dead, 2 injured in I-290 crashA 79-year-old McHenry woman is dead and two other drivers are injured after a three-vehicle crash Wednesday afternoon in DuPage County, officials said.
Crime | Prosecutors: Kildeer man threatened to shoot Palatine officer at upcoming street festivalA convicted sex offender from Kildeer who was on bond for criminal trespassing was charged with threatening a public official after prosecutors say he threatened to shoot a Palatine police officer during an upcoming street festival.
News | Buffalo Grove trustees OK new NCH medical office buildingBuffalo Grove village board members this week approved plans for a new, four-story Northwest Community Healthcare medical office building on Lake-Cook Road between McHenry and Weiland roads.
Cubs | Could wild win over Giants be a season-defining victory for Cubs?The Chicago Cubs got their offense going Wednesday night at Wrigley Field, something manager Joe Maddon says they'll have to do. But they got all they could handle in return from the San Francisco Giants. The Cubs won a wild won, 12-11.
News | Des Plaines approves redeveloment of Higgins Road buildingDes Plaines aldermen gave final approval Momnday to plans for an approximately $10 million redevelopment of a six-story office building at 1700 W. Higgins Road, as well as the surrounding area.
News | Feder: Cortney Hall leaves WGN for 'exciting new direction'After seven years as a second-tier morning news anchor at Tribune Media WGN-Channel 9 and CLTV, Cortney Hall is about to take on a starring role of her own, Robert Feder writes.
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