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Why more suburbs are going after a SolSmart designation
If you want to install solar panels for your house or business, you're likely to find a faster and more user-friendly permitting process if your community has earned a SolSmart designation.
Carpentersville man, 19, charged with reckless homicide in crash that killed woman, unborn child
A 19-year-old Carpentersville man has been charged with reckless homicide in connection with a car crash that killed a pregnant woman and her unborn child, the Kane County State’s Attorney’s Office said.
Journaling 101 to Design Your New Year Workshop
Sarah Karnes will guide you through this experiential and productive afternoon. * Get clear on your top 3 priorities for the New Year. * Find your most insightful way to address where you are AND ways to make the bridge to where you want to be.
Daily Herald Holiday Lights Contest Editor's Choice winner: DuPage County
Jim and Dawn Slanker of 371 Canyon Trail in Carol Stream are the Daily Herald Holiday Lights Contest Editor's Choice winners in DuPage County for 2018. Q. How long have you been decorating your house like this?
Here are John Wayne Gacy's victims
John Wayne Gacy murdered 33 young men and boys between 1972 and 1978, burying most of the victims in the crawl space beneath his home. Gacy confessed to the brutal killings after being arrested on Dec. 21, 1978. Most of the bodies were identified, but six remain nameless.
$7.9 million settlement in Delnor Hospital hostage lawsuit
A Northwestern Medicine Delnor Hospital nurse, who was traumatized when a hospitalized jail inmate took her hostage and attacked her, has received a $7.2 million settlement in her lawsuit against Kane County.
Bicycle Rider Dies Trying To Cross Elmhurst Road
A Wheeling bicyclist attempting to cross Elmhurst Road in Prospect Heights was fatally struck by a passing vehicle Monday afternoon (Dec. 17). The crash occurred at approximately 12:34 p.m. at the pedestrian-bicyclist crossing near Elmhurst and Robert Avenue north of Palatine Road. The crossing is p
3 Cars Strike, Kill Dolton Woman Crossing Road After Work
DES PLAINES, IL — A Dolton woman died after being struck by multiple cars as she crossed she crossed Touhy Avenue after work early Saturday morning, police said. Fire Department paramedics and police officers got a report of an accident involving a pedestrian around 5:51 a.m. in the 200 block of Eas
Family bond strong as Paynes team up at Streamwood
When Kent Payne took over as Streamwood's boys basketball coach earlier this year, one of the first things he did was assemble a varsity assistant coaching staff. He didn't have to look too far, asking his oldest son, Cully, and his longtime friend, Nick Neari, to come onboard along with family frie
Nurse held hostage by armed inmate will get $7.2M settlement
GENEVA, Ill. (AP) — A suburban Chicago nurse who was held hostage and raped by a hospitalized jail inmate will receive $7.2 million in a settlement. Four nurses with Northwestern Medicine Delnor Hospital sued Kane County over the hostage situation that unfolded in May 2017 when 21-year-old Tywon Sal
Rolling Meadows man sentenced to 30 years for sexual assaults
A 36-year-old Rolling Meadows man who pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting two women at knife point in their homes was sentenced to 30 years in prison. Miguel Gonzalez-Cruz, of the 4000 block of Algonquin Parkway, pleaded guilty on Friday to two counts of aggravated criminal sexual assault in excha
New restaurant brings flavor of Mexico to Franklin Park
Early on, Esteban Ventura learned how distinctive regional Mexican cuisine could be. “When I lived in Mexico, I traveled around in different Mexican regions — Veracruz, Cancun, Oaxaca, Mexico City, Guanajuato, Puebla, Guerrero — and I had an opportunity to try food from the different Mexican restaur
Palatine-Schaumburg HS District 211 Teachers Strike Looms
PALATINE, IL — While students in Township High School District 211 prepare for finals, teachers in the district prepare for a test of their own. A test of wills between the teachers union and the district as a strike potentially looms, potentially beginning Tuesday, Dec. 17. Should a strike take pla
Clare Oaks earns top ratings from U.S. News & World Report and CMS
Clare Oaks earns top ratings from U.S. News & World Report and CMS. Among best in the country to be recognized for both short-term rehab, skilled nursing care. Clare Oaks, a senior living community in Bartlett, Ill., continues to earn a 5-star rating from Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CM
Trump signs bill renaming Warrenville post office after Army veteran killed in Iraq
A move 13 years in the making, President Donald Trump has signed a resolution naming the Warrenville post office for a 20-year-old Army medic killed in Iraq. The Warrenville post office, at 3S101 Rockwell St., will now be known as the Cpl. Jeffery Allen Williams Post Office Building. The White House
Michael Jordan or Kobe Bryant? Lil Wayne shares his unpopular opinion
Rapper Lil Wayne was asked to pick between Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant and his opinion will likely not sit well with the Bulls’ fanbase. In the first episode of “The Bumbu Room,” a show in which Weezy answers fan-submitted questions, Lil Wayne was asked to choose between Jordan or Bryant.
Car Mirror Broken During Domestic Incident: Montgomery Police
MONTGOMERY, IL — Dec. 16. Driving under the influence (DUI) The Montgomery Police Department said officers stopped Maria G. Sandoval, 34, of the 1000 block of Camden Lane, Aurora, at 9:24 p.m. Sunday when they observed lane violations, and saw she was driving westbound in the 500 block of Montgomery
Sentencing set for Downers Grove man in student's drug death
A 38-year-old Downers Grove man, who faces between eight and 35 years in prison for giving a fatal dose of methadone to a 15-year-old foreign exchange student from Spain, will learn his fate in February.
Bricks Wood Fired Pizza brings pizza and more to Elgin | Hoodline
A new Italian spot has made its debut in the neighborhood. The fresh arrival, called Bricks Wood Fired Pizza, is located at 64 S. Grove Ave. The pizza place uses a wood fired oven. Choose to make your own pizza or opt for the provided menu options. Like the white arugula pizza with prosciutto and Bu
Blotter: Man charged with DUI on Kates Road
The following items were taken from Deerfield Police Department reports, press releases and records. An arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt. Shane G. Armstrong, 44, of Barrington, was charged with driving under the influence and improper lane usage Dec. 1. Police spotted the left tires of