News | 'It's a piece of history': Volo museum doesn't intend to remove General Lee display
The Volo Auto Museum has no plans to remove the iconic General Lee automobile from "The Dukes of Hazzard" television show despite a growing national movement to remove statues and other Confederate symbols.
Crime | Police: Men had 1,000 pounds of fireworks they were selling out of their homesThe Kane County Sheriff's Office said the investigation was prompted by a "dramatic" increase in public complaints about large-scale fireworks being launched across the county.
Lifestyle | Foal of charm: Danada Equestrian Center welcomes newest additionMore than a month old, the first foal born at Danada in more than a decade remains the center of attention in the paddocks and a Kentucky-style barn steeped in history.
News | St. Charles extends outdoor dining program through OctoberA temporary outdoor dining program in St. Charles has been crucial in helping bars and restaurants stay afloat amid the coronavirus, downtown business owners said.
Crime | Appellate court reverses former Inverness woman's conviction in 1979 murderThe appellate court reversed the murder conviction of 73-year-old Jaquelyn Greco and ordered a new trial. Greco was convicted four years ago of the 1979 murder of her husband, Carl Gaimari, in the couple's Inverness home.
Cubs | 'I got crushed': Cubs pitching coach details harrowing battle with coronavirusChicago Cubs pitching coach Tommy Hottovy was surprised when he contracted the coronavirus, and he talked in detail about the difficult road to recovery on Wednesday.
Crime | Authorities: Man dragged woman into wooded area, tried to sexually assault herAn Arlington Heights man on parole for residential burglary and retail theft is charged with kidnapping, attempted sexual assault and battery of a woman who prosecutors say suffered a broken jaw and other facial fractures.
Politics | Juracek won't seek third term as Mount Prospect's mayorMount Prospect Mayor Arlene Juracek will not seek a third term as the village's top elected official in the April 2021 election, she announced Thursday.
McHenry County | McHenry County protesters urged to get tested for COVID-19 after demonstrator tests positiveMcHenry County health officials are urging those who attended a McHenry protest last weekend to get tested for the coronavirus after an asymptomatic demonstrator tested positive.
News | Arlington Heights fest moves onto a new virtual frontier for 2020Organizers of Frontier Days in Arlington Heights are trying to celebrate in other ways this year by launching a social media campaign that keeps the festival in the forefront, while soliciting volunteers for next year.
News | BeaUnique Latin Kitchen plans to open in downtown ElginBeatriz and Alberto Cardona said their success as a carryout and catering business makes them well-equipped to open a restaurant at 74 S. Grove Ave. even during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Politics | 20-somethings constitute nearly 17% of coronavirus cases in IllinoisCases of COVID-19 climbed by 828 Wednesday and deaths rose by 30. Of those infected, young Illinoisans in their 20s and 30s constitute about 33%.
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