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The Daily Herald Media Group covers news, business and entertainment in Chicago's suburbs. The Daily Herald’s combined print and digital readership continues to increase, earning it a prestigious spot in the Top 25 Newspaper Audience Gainers, a national study released by the Alliance for Audited Media. In an era of change, the independent and locally owned newspaper is becoming increasingly rare. The Daily Herald is an exception and proud of its history.

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It's your last chance to watch the Virtual Gardening videos featuring experts from Lurvey! ➡️Register before 12 a.m. on ...
06/09/2020
Get Your Summer On -

It's your last chance to watch the Virtual Gardening videos featuring experts from Lurvey! ➡️Register before 12 a.m. on June 10 to watch videos featuring tips, tricks and products to perfect your backyard space.

➡️➡️Register for FREE at events.dailyherald.com

Videos are prerecorded and can be watched at a later date, registration is required.

Videos include: Setting up an edible garden, how to add color to your garden, staff picks perfect for Illinois soil, and embracing your outdoor space to help you design the perfect backyard escape.

Need to up your gardening game? For the Daily Herald’s annual Get Your Summer On campaign, we are kicking it

Golf is back this week! 🏌️‍♀️⛳️🏌️‍♂️ The latest from our Barry Rozner on the PGA TOUR.
06/09/2020
Rozner: PGA Tour golf returns Thursday…finally

Golf is back this week! 🏌️‍♀️⛳️🏌️‍♂️ The latest from our Barry Rozner on the PGA TOUR.

Players wearing mics. No fans, no stands. Gambling opportunities galore. The PGA Tour returns Thursday.

"We'll feed anyone -- no matter where they're from, no matter what their story is," said Cat Battista, executive directo...
06/09/2020
'We'll feed anyone': That's the motto at Aurora pantry where demand has more than quadrupled

"We'll feed anyone -- no matter where they're from, no matter what their story is," said Cat Battista, executive director of Aurora Area Interfaith Food Pantry. "Our goal is to make sure everyone goes away with 100%." ❤️👏👍

The Aurora Area Interfaith Food Pantry served 2,000 people a week 18 months ago when Cat Battista became executive director. Now it serves 9,000.

There will be no swimming at Naperville Park District's Centennial Beach & Paddleboats this summer. 😢
06/09/2020
Naperville's Centennial Beach to remain closed all season

There will be no swimming at Naperville Park District's Centennial Beach & Paddleboats this summer. 😢

Naperville Park District, which hoped to open Centennial Beach in time for Father's Day weekend, has announced the beach now will remain closed all summer.

The latest in the saga of Lombard's Helen Plum Library. After trying for more than three years to fulfill a promise to c...
06/09/2020
Lombard library agrees to buy former Mr. Z's Supermarket site

The latest in the saga of Lombard's Helen Plum Library. After trying for more than three years to fulfill a promise to construct a roughly 50,000-square-foot facility to replace the existing library at 110 W. Maple St. near Lilacia Park, the library board has picked a new site.

Lombard library officials have agreed to acquire a shuttered supermarket to move forward with a long-stalled plan for a new building.

We've teamed up with My Party Princess to host a character parade with everyone's favorite princesses and superheroes! T...
06/09/2020

We've teamed up with My Party Princess to host a character parade with everyone's favorite princesses and superheroes!

The parade is Saturday, June 13, at the Sears Centre Arena in Hoffman Estates from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

➡️➡️ Must register in advance at https://bit.ly/DHCharacterParade

Thank you to our sponsors and partners My Party Princess, Andigo Credit Union, Harris Roofing, Siding, Windows & Doors, and 4 Sure Entertainment Inc.

Accountant Steve Doner of Wheaton and his electrical engineer son, Richard, of Vernon Hills, build guitars for charity a...
06/09/2020
Constable: Great Scott! Suburban father and son build 'Back to the Future' guitar

Accountant Steve Doner of Wheaton and his electrical engineer son, Richard, of Vernon Hills, build guitars for charity auctions. Their latest creation, based on the movie, "Back to the Future," raised money for the Michael J. Fox Foundation.

Accountant Steve Doner of Wheaton and his electrical engineer son, Richard, of Vernon Hills, build guitars for charity auctions. Their latest creation, based on the movie, "Back to the Future," raised $2,000 for the Michael J. Fox Foundation.

Performers who grew up in the suburbs, including Rage Against the Machine's Tom Morello, have been taking to social medi...
06/09/2020
Secluded stars: Celebs from the suburbs support protests on social media

Performers who grew up in the suburbs, including Rage Against the Machine's Tom Morello, have been taking to social media to support global protests against racism and police brutality.

Performers who grew up in the suburbs, including Rage Against the Machine's Tom Morello, have been taking to social media to support global protests against racism and police brutality.

Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Monday urged insurers to speed up the paying of claims for small businesses devastated by looters ...
06/09/2020
Insurance companies must act quickly to help looted businesses, governor says

Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Monday urged insurers to speed up the paying of claims for small businesses devastated by looters -- and warned he'd take action against firms that fail to "do the right thing."

Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Monday urged insurers to speed up the paying of claims for small businesses devastated by looters -- and warned he'd take action against firms that fail to "do the right thing."

Still without a contract between Arlington International Racecourse and horsemen in hand, the Illinois Racing Board on M...
06/09/2020
Amid lingering contract dispute, decision on live racing at Arlington delayed

Still without a contract between Arlington International Racecourse and horsemen in hand, the Illinois Racing Board on Monday delayed a decision on the track's request to hold live racing without spectators this summer.

Still without a contract between Arlington International Racecourse and horsemen in hand, the Illinois Racing Board on Monday delayed a decision on the track's request to hold live racing without spectators this summer.

As of Monday, June 8, the suburbs have recorded 65,921 COVID-19 cases, more than 51% of the state's total.
06/09/2020
June 8 COVID-19 cases per county; search by ZIP code

As of Monday, June 8, the suburbs have recorded 65,921 COVID-19 cases, more than 51% of the state's total.

As of Monday, June 8, the suburbs have recorded 65,921 COVID-19 cases, more than 51% of the state's total.

Facing a directive from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Illinois began reporting probable cases and deat...
06/08/2020
IDPH lists 178 more 'probable' COVID-19 deaths

Facing a directive from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Illinois began reporting probable cases and deaths Monday.

Facing a directive from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Illinois began reporting probable cases and deaths Monday.

"We feel under the circumstances of uncertainty, this is the right decision for the health and safety of fairgoers, supp...
06/08/2020
Lake County Fair canceled; virtual competition in the works

"We feel under the circumstances of uncertainty, this is the right decision for the health and safety of fairgoers, supporters, volunteers and the surrounding community," the Lake County Fair Association announced on their website today.

Lake County Fairgrounds and Event Center

The 92nd annual Lake County Fair, scheduled to have run July 29 through Aug. 2, in Grayslake has been canceled.

Will you miss Tilted Kilt Pub and Eatery in Schaumburg?
06/08/2020
Tilted Kilt Pub closes Schaumburg location

Will you miss Tilted Kilt Pub and Eatery in Schaumburg?

The nearly decade-old Tilted Kilt Pub and Eatery at 1140 E. Higgins Road in Schaumburg announced its permanent closing Saturday.

Still without a contract between Arlington Park and horsemen in hand, the Illinois Racing Board today delayed a decision...
06/08/2020
Amid lingering contract dispute, decision on live racing at Arlington delayed

Still without a contract between Arlington Park and horsemen in hand, the Illinois Racing Board today delayed a decision on the track's request to hold live racing without spectators this summer.

Still without a contract between Arlington International Racecourse and horsemen in hand, the Illinois Racing Board on Monday delayed a decision on the track's request to hold live racing without spectators this summer.

"This virus does not discriminate. We are all vulnerable. When it affects the people you love, believe me, the statistic...
06/08/2020
'Children can and do get this virus': How Naperville parents cared for 3-year-old triplets with COVID-19

"This virus does not discriminate. We are all vulnerable. When it affects the people you love, believe me, the statistics will be far from mind," said Maureen Dunne, whose triplets were infected with COVID-19.

Maureen Dunne found herself facing the unimaginable when her children became a statistic. In DuPage County, 131 kids younger than 10 have developed COVID-19. Three of those cases are Dunne's triplets. Dunne shared her family's ordeal in hopes of helping other caregivers and as a reminder that childr...

Buffalo Grove native Lauren Singer has had her wedding shower canceled, her wedding postponed and her rescheduled weddin...
06/08/2020
Constable: Virus cancels their wedding twice, but doctor couple had its victims to tend to

Buffalo Grove native Lauren Singer has had her wedding shower canceled, her wedding postponed and her rescheduled wedding date moved. But as a doctor working with COVID-19 patients, Singer puts safety ahead of sentiments.

Buffalo Grove native Lauren Singer has had her wedding shower canceled, her wedding postponed and her rescheduled wedding date moved. But as a doctor working with COVID-19 patients, Singer puts safety ahead of sentiments.

The enthusiasm for 2019's inaugural Buffalo Grove Pride Parade all but ensured a second parade this year. A global pande...
06/08/2020
High spirits, good will at Buffalo Grove's revised 'Pride Drive'

The enthusiasm for 2019's inaugural Buffalo Grove Pride Parade all but ensured a second parade this year. A global pandemic and global outrage forced some changes, but the event lived on Sunday.

The enthusiasm for 2019's inaugural Buffalo Grove Pride Parade all but ensured a second parade this year. A global pandemic and global outrage forced some changes, but the event lived on Sunday.

The Illinois Department of Public Health on Sunday announced 867 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state, as well a...
06/08/2020
State reports 867 new COVID-19 cases, smallest daily count since April 2

The Illinois Department of Public Health on Sunday announced 867 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state, as well as an additional 43 additional deaths from the coronavirus.

The Illinois Department of Public Health on Sunday announced 867 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state, as well as an additional 43 additional deaths from the coronavirus.

During an extraordinary five-hour meeting Saturday, no agreement was reached on a new contract to run between management...
06/07/2020
No agreement Saturday in stalemate between Arlington Park and horsemen

During an extraordinary five-hour meeting Saturday, no agreement was reached on a new contract to run between management of Arlington Park and the Illinois Thoroughbred Horsemen's Association.

During an extraordinary five-hour meeting Saturday, no agreement was reached on a new contract to run between management of Arlington Park and the Illinois Thoroughbred Horsemen's Association.

Julie Hanson of Arlington Heights talks about her mother's death from COVID-19 and those last weeks of communicating thr...
06/07/2020
'My mom was tough. COVID-19 was tougher.'

Julie Hanson of Arlington Heights talks about her mother's death from COVID-19 and those last weeks of communicating through a pane of glass.

Julie Hanson of Arlington Heights talks about her mother's death from COVID-19 and those last weeks of communicating through a pane of glass.

COVID-19 deaths attributed to Illinois long-term care facilities have crossed the 3,000 mark. Here's the latest list of ...
06/07/2020
Here's the latest nursing homes list with numbers of COVID-19 cases

COVID-19 deaths attributed to Illinois long-term care facilities have crossed the 3,000 mark. Here's the latest list of nursing home and their case counts.

COVID-19 deaths attributed to Illinois long-term care facilities have crossed the 3,000 mark. Here's the latest list of nursing home and their case counts.

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Loved Friday's Sports headline about the Bulls and Disney World!
Question - I am trying to view online today's Neighbor story about the American Cancer Society Relay For Life. I can read the article, but the pictures do not come up online, it is just gray squares. How can I see the article's pictures online? I also want to see the article and pictures in the 'Roselle Woman volunteers with Relay'... (DuPage edition)
Dear Mayor Lori Lightfoot, Tuesday is the day I drive from the suburbs to take my family member to her chemotherapy appointment. As you obviously don't know, chemo needs to occur on time each and every week. You have now put on lockdown the very neighborhood I need to enter to take my family member for her treatment. There is no doubt there are many other families who are experiencing this same situation…how dare you not think outside of your head and realize how your shutdown is impacting many families, not to mention the children who are now going without meals because you have put an end to that too. Rest assured….I’m coming in tomorrow. I am fully prepared to be dropped off on the expressway and walk my way to take my family member to chemotherapy as you WILL NOT control my family member’s health. I am fully prepared to deal with the consequences. I am fully prepared to deal with anyone I come in contact with who tries to stop me. I am a mother on a mission; surely you can relate to this. In the meantime, perhaps you can review the definition of the word “PROACTIVE” because we would not be in this situation if you took action when you needed to. Jesus Christ is my savior and I trust he will guide me tomorrow.
It seems that where ever you go, people are split on the reported numbers of Covid19 deaths. I'm surprised that a report has not been done to more or less prove up those stats. Why hasn't this paper done a study on the number of deaths in the u.s. For the first 5 months of (by year) 2015,16,17,18,19,20? This should be enough years to show a pattern. It should go up naturally because there are more people, and 2020 should see a large blip (100,000) more deaths than the pattern. Just an idea. Harvey Dollars
Feeding time on the patio
This was posted on Facebook 8 hours ago. Happened at Nippersink Forest Preserve. Attention everyone, as I was on my run today someone decided to bust out my window and the cars window next to mine. I was just informed by the ranger this has happened over 30x in the last couple of weeks. I’m upset this hasn’t been broadcasted to the public so I’m letting everyone know now to be careful! Why have we not seen this in the Daily Herald?!
Opinion: I think Illinois should install ballot drop boxes at all polling places. Assure that mail ballots get collected on time.
Is there any news if the 18 year old autistic woman who was walking her two dogs has been found? She was swept away in the Winfield DuPage River around May 14.
so why does my bill always cover 2 days from previous bill?
It was interesting to read Scot Gregor's article regarding the rules to open the MLB season. However, I do have some questions that I hope he can answer. First...why is it only the coaches and managers that have to wear masks in the dugout? The players are packed in there also and just as exposed. Second....the current Illinois rules require social distancing and masks....so how is the batter, catcher, and plate umpire going to stay 6' apart while someone is at bat? If they don't they are violating Illinois law...and these rules are in effect through at least Phase 4 of Prrtzker's plan and possibly beyond. John Noll, Naperville
Huntington Learning Center and the Character Counts! Coalition of Oswego and Montgomery are partnering to give away 150 face masks this Saturday from 10am-12pm There is a limit of two masks per person and they are free of charge. Masks are being given away on a first come first serve basis until the supply runs out. The masks are being provided by a not-for-profit dance studio called Dance Wisconsin. Donations are being accepted to support its efforts in addition to supporting the local Loaves and Fishes food bank. Please pull up curbside and volunteers will give you the masks in a sealed Ziploc bag for your safety. For more information on Character Counts! visit our website at https://www.sd308.org/Page/23972 or Huntington Learning Center Naperville at https://huntingtonhelps.com/
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