Dawn Patrol: Caputo stores to stay open through May 12 auction

  • DAILY HERALD FILE PHOTOThis Joe Caputo & Sons Fruit Market in Palatine will go on the auction block on May 12. The store is expected to stay open at least until then.

    DAILY HERALD FILE PHOTOThis Joe Caputo & Sons Fruit Market in Palatine will go on the auction block on May 12. The store is expected to stay open at least until then.

 
 
Updated 4/13/2016 5:41 AM

Caputo stores expected to remain open through auction

While it is unclear what will happen after sales close, Joe Caputo & Sons grocery stores in Algonquin, Palatine and Des Plaines are expected to stay open while the stores' real estate, fixtures and inventory are sold at a May 12 auction. Full story.

 

Three charged in Barrington shooting

Three people have been charged in a Barrington shooting that left one person in critical condition and another injured early Sunday morning. The three Joliet residents used an AR-15 rifle to shoot at the victims' car near Route 14 and Shorely Drive while on their way home from a party. Full story.

Glendale Heights man and 2 great-grandchildren reported missing

An elderly man with dementia and his two great-grandchildren, ages 11 and 7, were reported missing Tuesday afternoon. Jerry Harrison was last seen at the Roselle train station around 9:30 p.m. Monday. Full story.

District 15 board to vote on 10-year teachers contract

Palatine Township Elementary School District 15 board members will vote tonight on a 10-year teachers contract that calls for an increased workload for art, music and physical education teachers and offers incentives for teachers to retire up to four years early. Full story.

Caputo stores expected to remain open through auction

While it is unclear what will happen after sales close, Joe Caputo & Sons grocery stores in Algonquin, Palatine and Des Plaines are expected to stay open while the stores' real estate, fixtures and inventory are sold at a May 12 auction. Full story.

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Lake Villa woman dies from Elizabethkingia bacteria

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Weather

Soome clouds and 37 degrees this morning. Temperatures will climb to 55 degrees this afternoon before dipping to 40 degrees overnight. Full story.

Traffic

Work on the bridge over the Amstutz Expressway is scheduled to close Mathon Drive in both directions between Sheridan and Pershing roads in Waukegan until mid-June. Full traffic.

Why it's so difficult for Stanley Cup champions to repeat

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The Cubs came home this week to their new Wrigley Field clubhouse, a 30,000-square-foot dressing room, medical center, health club and game room that just might require a new term for "state of the art." You can take a virtual tour by clicking here.

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