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Special Report | Both horses and Chicago Bears at Arlington Park? Some, like consortium leader and mayor, like idea
Could the Chicago Bears and thoroughbred racing coexist at a reimagined Arlington Park? Arlington Heights Mayor Tom Hayes and the head of a consortium seeking to preserve horseracing endorse the idea.
News | Auschwitz survivor, Illinois Holocaust Museum president dies at 91Fritzie Fritzshall, president of the Illinois Holocaust Museum, died Saturday at the age of 91. The Buffalo Grove resident devoted her life to combating the type of hatred and prejudice she experienced more than 75 years ago at the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp.
Columns | Constable: He has no pulse, but Des Plaines man hasn't missed a beat as 'LVAD Dad'Diagnosed with congestive heart failure at age 22, Dantrell Brown, of Des Plaines, is a husband, dad and online superhero called "LVAD Dad."
Special Report | 'Over the moon,' 'Not a fan': Arlington Park neighbors ponder possible Chicago Bears relocationWhen it comes to the Chicago Bears possibly relocating to Arlington Park, nearby residents and business owners in Arlington Heights and Rolling Meadows have mixed feelings. One the one hand: tax revenue. On the other: potential traffic jams.
News | 'This is just a beautiful day': Juneteenth brings smiles, resolve in AuroraAurora celebrates Juneteenth with a car and motorcycle parade as residents mark the moment and hope for change.
News | Suburban Skyview: Dinosaur adventure at Fox Valley Mall in AuroraIn this week's Daily Herald drone photo column, cars are dwarfed as they drive through a dinosaur adventure in the parking lot of the Fox Valley Mall in Aurora.
News | Suburban men among the injured in deadly motorcycle pileup on I-80A pair of Northwest suburban men were among several injured in a deadly eight-motorcycle pileup Saturday in the South suburbs.
News | The Week That Was: Freddy the fox in Bartlett, Great America fight, road rage deathThe Week That Was in suburban news: Freddy the fox captivates Bartlett residents, seven taken into custody after a fight at Six Flags Great America, a road rage attack in West Dundee leaves one dead, Aurora police Chief Kristen Ziman plans to retire, Harper College gets an $18 million donation from billionaire philanthropist MacKenzie Scott.
Columns | Son of the 'Good Kid' Lou Boudreau grateful for his life with famous fatherLou Boudreau Jr. looks back on what it was like having a dad who played, managed and broadcast baseball.
News | Pedestrian critically injured when struck by car near VoloA 34-year-old Grayslake man suffered life-threatening injuries when struck by a car late Saturday while walking along Route 120 near Volo, authorities said.
Columns | Evanston author's book offers tips on how white people can better support BlacksThe killing of George Floyd not only was a catalyst for calls to end racism, racial justice and police brutality, but it also stirred the conscience of a nation prompting many white Americans to seek ways they could support Black communities. That spurred Evanston author and retired Harvard University business professor Steven Rogers to pen an open letter to white people in America about how they can be better allies to Blacks.
Columns | Facts Matter: Putin twists facts about Capitol insurrectionPutin mischaracterized Capitol insurrection arrests, G7 leaders observed COVID-19 protocols, and Fauci isn't profiting from a new book, says Bob Oswald in his Facts Matter column.
News | Parsons leaves Woodstock to begin serving as Pingree Grove's top copLongtime police officer Jeffrey Parsons, who rose through the Woodstock Police Department's ranks by serving as detective, school resource officer, sergeant and deputy chief, has left the city to become Pingree Grove's next police chief.
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