Rolling Meadows church hosts Night to Shine event for people with special needs
Meadows Christian Fellowship in Rolling Meadows was a host site for a socially distanced, parade-style event last month geared to those with special needs.
Biden vows enough vaccine for all U.S. adults by end of MayThe announcement comes as the White House looks to speed the production of the single-dose vaccine. Officials have said J&J faced unexpected production issues with its vaccine and produced only 3.9 million doses ahead of its receiving emergency use authorization on Saturday. The company says it is on pace to deliver 100 million doses by the end of June.
Constable: From landmarks like Arlington Park to Dr. Suess, losing favorites is part of changeWhen change can be difficult to accept, and we lose things that were important to us, we have a tendency to look in the rearview mirror and imagine a better past.
A love of two classic dishes results in a Reuben pizzaThe Reuben pizza is a delightful mashup of pizza and a classic Reuben sandwich complete with Thousand Island dressing and pickle.
Prospect Heights Parks planning for a more normal summerAfter nearly a year of program cancellations and heavy restrictions due to the pandemic, the Prospect Heights Park District is making plans for a more normal summer in 2021, albeit with some necessary adjustments.
Cryptographer, TV reporter, actor, water taxi pilot: What a life West Dundee man livedTom Korzeniowski of West Dundee is remembered by his son Michael "as a passionate man who loved what he was doing, no matter what it was." And what it was, was a lot -- his career included Air Force cryptographer, TV and radio journalist and actor.
Aurora coalition works to deliver COVID-19 vaccine shots to Black, Hispanic residentsBlack and Hispanic suburbanites are being left behind in the fight against COVID-19, Aurora civic and religious leaders said Tuesday before opening a vaccination clinic for more than 750 minority residents.
Arlington Heights' vehicle fleet gets greenerArlington Heights' snow plows that got a workout in recent weeks are not only mean, but green.
Do the Polar Plunge At Home to benefit Special Olympics Illinois athletesSuburban residents from Fox Lake to Palatine to Oak Brook, as well as people all across the state, are invited to take part in the Law Enforcement Torch Run Polar Plunge, which runs through March 14.
'It's certainly not our first choice': Suburbanites make hourslong treks for vaccinationsFaced with vaccine scarcity, some people have been driving hours to get shots outside of the suburbs. And while suburban health departments have not opened vaccine eligibility to medically vulnerable people under 65, pharmacies and hospital networks in the suburbs have -- but appointments are hard to come by.
Divided Wheeling board shifts policy, votes to allow chickens at homeIn a policy shift, Wheeling will allow residents to keep chickens in coops for their eggs -- but they'll have to get village licenses and follow strict regulations.