News | Illinois surpasses 200,000 COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations spike
Illinois has now recorded more than 200,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 while hospitalizations spike to the highest level since mid-June. The state's death toll also rose by 24 Thursday and 1,834 more infections were announced.
Lake County | Court officials increase online security after 'Zoom bombing' incidentsAfter a rash of "Zoom bombing" by one or more people last week, Lake County court officials have stopped broadcasting most virtual courtrooms to YouTube pending an investigation.
Dining | New eats: 9 restaurants that debuted this summer in the suburbsLooking for new restaurants? Check out these suburban eateries that have opened up over the summer.
Business | Rosemont mall expansion called off, meaning theater stays putRosemont officials on Wednesday put an end to the long-rumored expansion of the Fashion Outlets of Chicago -- which would have spelled an end to the Rosemont Theatre -- and a tax increment financing district to help fuel the redevelopment.
Business | Schaumburg panel recommends 149-home development on District 211 siteSchaumburg zoning board members Wednesday voted 6-1 to recommend approval of a proposed development of 149 single-family homes on a 62-acre site being sold by Palatine-Schaumburg High School District 211.
Prep Sports | 'The whole thing is an overall migraine': Prep ADs face challenges in creating schedulesCreating the fall sports schedule has been full of new challenges for athletic directors.
News | Solar-panel canopies, glass sculpture in early plans for St. Charles plaza expansionCelebrating the beauty and heritage of St. Charles serves as the central theme of a concept plan for future improvements to the downtown First Street Plaza.
Movies | AMC reopening first round of movie theaters next week -- more to followAMC will be reopening its first wave of suburban movie theaters Thursday, Aug. 20, with more to follow in the next two weeks. Tickets on Aug. 20 will cost 15 cents plus tax.
Blackhawks | What Chicago Blackhawks must do to even series with VegasJohn Dietz examines what the Chicago Blackhawks must do better if they hope to even their Stanley Cup playoffs series with Vegas on Thursday.
Columns | Feder: Four full-time jobs cut in layoffs at ABC 7Four full-time employees and at least one part-timer were terminated Wednesday in cutbacks at ABC-owned WLS-Channel 7, according to insiders at Chicago's top-rated station.
Politics | Trump opposes postal money that would help vote-by-mailPresident Donald Trump declared Thursday that he opposes additional funding for the U.S. Postal Service, acknowledging that his position would starve the agency of money Democrats say it needs to process an anticipated surge in mail-in ballots during the coronavirus pandemic.
Prep Sports | Rock-solid Neuqua Valley, other teams ready for a different looking girls swimming seasonThe IHSA girls swimming and diving season is scheduled to take place this fall, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. But there will be changes, including no relays and a limited number of people on deck.
Dining | Dining events: WhirlyBall intros Summer Series packagesWhirlyBall in Naperville, Vernon Hills and Chicago is offering three new Summer Series packages, Hotel Baker is offering new frozen drinks and a new bites menu, and Altiro Latin Fusion in Aurora hosts a breakfast grand opening this weekend.
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- 1:00 PMWest Chicago native receives national fellowship award
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