News | Legoland celebrates Loyola's Sister Jean with look-a-like statue
Lego is honoring Loyola University's Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt for her 100th birthday with a statue made of more than 10,000 plastic bricks.
News | Park Ridge teen drops lawsuit against Juul, tobacco companiesA Park Ridge teenager's class-action lawsuit claiming leading e-cigarette and tobacco companies are to blame for his nicotine addiction was dismissed voluntarily late Tuesday, a day after being filed.
News | Asbestos, lead and other toxins removed from site of former Copley HospitalA group of local investors envisions putting a mix of uses on the site, including age-restricted housing for senior citizens, residences for adults with disabilities and medical offices.
News | Chicago consultant will help manage Elgin session about police shootingAn outside consultant will help manage Saturday's "listening session" about a fatal police shooting in Elgin, as the city continues to wait for a decision regarding the fate of the officer.
News | How St. Charles' decision on pot sales could affect medical dispensaryA St. Charles medical marijuana dispensary would likely relocate to another community if the city chooses not to allow recreational cannabis sales, company leaders said Monday.
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.
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 | 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.
News | How Elgin hopes to reach 'hard-to-count groups' in 2020 censusThe city of Elgin and Gail Borden Public Library are launching a "2020 Elgin Complete Count" effort next week, including a focus on reaching traditionally undercounted groups such as young children and foreign-born residents.
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.
Lake County | Verdict expected next week as Lotz murder trial wraps upLarry Lotz of Barrington murdered his wife as part of a "tantrum" over a coffee pot, prosecutors argued during closing arguments Wednesday, while the defense attorney said the 2016 killing was brought on by a dissociative episode. Lake County Judge Daniel Shanes said he will make his ruling next Wednesday.
Education | New accessible school playgrounds are a 'natural extension of the inclusive world'At least two suburban school systems have debuted inclusive playgrounds for the new academic season that are meant to be fun for children regardless of their physical abilities.
Business | St. Charles to consider liquor license, late-night permit for Mexico City-themed barOwners of a new bar proposed for downtown St. Charles aim to mirror the authentic food, drinks and ambiance of Mexico City establishments. But city officials say they want to see a more refined business plan before considering granting them a liquor license and late-night permit.
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