Wilson! Readers design creative Wilsons to keep them company during the stay-at-home order
Last week, Daily Herald Senior Vice President/Editor John Lampinen put out the call to readers to share their "Wilson" photos. We were not disappointed in the response.
Good News: Willow Creek Care Center adapts in time of social distancingCars pulled up by the hundreds last week to Willow Creek Community Church in South Barrington. Without church services, what could be the draw? Emergency food distribution at its Care Center on the campus.
A Passover like no other: Embrace a more intimate celebration of the Jewish holidayThis year, Passover should be a much more intimate affair than the usual large gatherings. Food is still part of the celebrations, though.
A prized dish, family favorite is a giftBJ's famous Chicken Divan was once given to Penny Kazmier at a baby shower many years ago. It's since become a family favorite.
FDA wants heartburn meds Zantac off the market due to contaminationU.S. health regulators are telling drugmakers to immediately pull their popular heartburn drugs off the market after determining that a contamination issue with the medications poses a greater risk than previously thought.
Mariano's launches new virtual cooking classes, Meet Ups for customersDuring this time of staying at home, Mariano's will offer digital cooking classes, virtual Meet Ups with music and entertainment for customers.
2020 Arts Unlimited District 214, Daily Herald Community Art & Writing Contest winnersThe annual Arts Unlimited District 214/Daily Herald Community Art and Writing Contest celebrates adults and teens in our community who, despite the pressures of adulthood, have continued to pursue their passion for the arts. We are proud to present the 2020 winners.
Extroverts (and introverts, too) face quarantine challengesWithin days, Vicktery Zimmerman had figured out how to connect with friends and family even as she and her husband shelter in place at their Chicago home.
Watch: Fittest Loser contestant gets some help working out from homeWith the help of his 16-year old son Kevin, Neil Madden is staying the course in the Daily Herald Fittest Loser competition. Well, sort of.
'A spiritual giant': Naperville church pastor dies after coronavirus diagnosisA pastor at Calvary Church in Naperville has died about a week after falling seriously ill with the coronavirus.
Streamwood eighth-graders thank ER staffs with pizzasEmergency room staff members at Amita St. Alexius Medical Center in Hoffman Estates Monday were the first - but not the last - to receive pizzas donated by the eighth-grade class of St. John the Evangelist Catholic School in Streamwood through a GoFundMe campaign.
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