Politics | New COVID-19 cases push past 2,000 again. Kane, Will counties put in 'warning level'
New cases of COVID-19 surged by 2,264 Friday with 25 more deaths from the respiratory disease, the Illinois Department of Public Health reported.
Lake County | State Sen. Terry Link remains silent as more politicians call for his resignationA day after he was charged with federal tax evasion, state Sen. Terry Link remained publicly silent on the matter Friday, refusing to respond to interview requests or issue a statement.
Columns | The suburban police that arrest the most drunken drivers, and how they do itWhat makes a police officer good at spotting and arresting intoxicated drivers? Skill? Focus? Training? Support from department brass? Turns out it's all of the above.
News | Downtown Mount Prospect getting grocery in Maple Street LoftsFor those wishing for a grocery in downtown Mount Prospect, the wait will soon be over.
News | Elgin funeral home organizes military honors for homeless bloggerDoug Henke, a popular blogger who was 'houseless not homeless' in Elgin, will have a funeral with military honors Friday thanks to the efforts of a local funeral home.
Columns | Rozner: Bulls firing Boylen just the next logical stepBulls boss Arturas Karnisovas took his time before firing coach Jim Boylen, not that there was any hurry.
Transportation | Hoffman Estates man fatally struck by semitrailer on tollwayA Hoffman Estates man who got out of his truck in the middle of the Jane Addams Tollway Thursday morning was fatally struck by another truck, authorities said Friday.
Kane County | Kane County jail on lockdown for COVID-19 casesThe Kane County jail has its first COVID-19 cases. It is on full lockdown until further notice.
Crime | Mount Prospect man accused of selling counterfeit Rolex watchesA Mount Prospect man who prosecutors say had watches worth more than $3 million in his home is charged with selling a "replica Rolex" to an undercover private investigator.
News | Geneva District 304 delays start date to Aug. 31Geneva Unit District 304 is pushing back its start date to Aug. 31, giving employees and administrators additional time to prepare for what they say will be an abnormal school year.
Columns | The Bulls took their time firing Jim Boylen. Now the search begins for new coach.The Bulls are looking for a new coach after firing Jim Boylen Friday morning.
News | New apartments nearly complete for low-income seniors in NapervilleA new wing with 68 apartments for low-income seniors is about to open in Naperville. Here's how the new homes came to be and who can apply.
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