News | The last nun? Sister Leticia's retirement at St. Joseph Hospital could end nearly 120-year streak
Sister Leticia Lapid is retiring from her ministry as a spiritual care chaplain at Amita St. Joseph Hospital in Elgin. The hospital was founded by Franciscan Sisters of the Sacred Heart in 1902. If another nun isn't hired to replace her, it will be the first time in the hospital's history a nun working there.
Illinois | COVID-19 update: 1,309 hospitalized, 36 more deaths, 2,146 new casesThe number of COVID-19 patients hospitalized in Illinois is at its lowest point since early August, according to Illinois Department of Public Health records.
News | Arlington Heights panel narrowly recommends shelter care home's move to residential blockAn Arlington Heights advisory panel Wednesday night narrowly endorsed a shelter care home's proposed relocation to a neighborhood of residents who largely oppose the move.
News | Northbrook woman gives 'Wheel of Fortune' a spin, donates winnings to MisericordiaLodge of Northbrook resident wins $9,800 on 'Wheel of Fortune' and plans on donating it to Misericordia.
Business | Advocate fires 400+ workers who refused vaccinesAdvocate Aurora Health, the largest hospital system in Illinois and Wisconsin, has fired more than 400 employees who refused to get vaccinated for COVID-19.
Theater | As reopening nears, Des Plaines Theatre gets key city council approvalAs the team operating the newly remodeled Des Plaines Theatre gets ready for its grand reopening, the operation cleared an important bureaucratic hurdle this week.
DuPage County | Former DuPage judge facing gun-related charges againA former DuPage County judge who once was charged with recklessly shooting a handgun in an apartment is again facing gun-related criminal charges.
News | Plans for new cocktail bar in downtown St. Charles continue to move forwardA cocktail bar continues to move forward with plans to open in the space that formerly housed 100 Grapes wine tasting room in downtown St. Charles.
Crime | Naperville student sentenced for racist Craigslist adA Naperville Central student was sentenced to probation and community service after pleading guilty to felony hate crime charges related to a racist Craigslist ad, the DuPage County state's attorney's office said.
Dining | Halloween treats on tap at suburban restaurants, barsHalloween is almost here. And suburban eateries are serving up Halloween-inspired desserts and drinks, plus hosting some early kid-centric costume parties starting this weekend.
Columns | Constable: Military miniature show more about art than artilleryThis weekend's Military Miniature Society of Illinois show in Schaumburg will feature 400 acclaimed artists, who sculpt and paint figurines ranging from Napoleon to fantasy characters.
Prep Football | McCluskey carrying on family legacy with Glenbard WestFor Jack McCluskey, Glenbard West football has always been a family affair. Competing in his final season in a Hitters uniform, the offensive lineman is following in the footsteps of two people very dear to his heart.
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