The family of a teacher at St. Michael School in Orland Park say they are frustrated that a criminal case against a retired priest charged in connection with her death isn't progressing faster.
- The Illinois High School Association announced Wednesday that winter sports, including swimming, will not begin before January 2021.
- Tony Baranek talks with former Marist standout Molly Murrihy, who after two seasons at Memphis will spend her junior year at DePaul.
- Will County likely will use drive-thru clinics similar to COVID-19 testing sites to distribute the vaccine and allow for safe social distancing, Anderson said. She said Walgreens and CVS likely would distribute vaccinations in nursing ag8亚集团官方网站home and assisted living facilities while area hospitals would handle vaccinations for their own staff.
- “I know a lot of you feel like you’re alone but trust me you’re not,” said Corinne Ahyee in a monologue during the recent variety show. “There’s someone or something out there who can help you with it — a friend, parent or pet.”
- The Cook County Bureau of Economic Development announced Thursday a $1 million grant to the Southland Development ity as part of the county’s COVID-19 Recovery Small Business Assistance program.
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- A streaming theater company This Moment Productions is launching with the world premiere of “A Very Covid Christmas Carol” from Dec. 11-24 virtually.
- The IHSA announced all low-risk sports will not begin till at least January 2021. Where that leaves boys and girls basketball, deemed high-risk sports by the Illinois Department of Public Health, is a mystery.
- Joe Biden won Illinois by nearly 17 percentage points, 57.4% to 40.7%; Sen. Richard Durbin sailed to re-election over Republican Mark Curran 54.5% to 38.8%; and the graduated income tax fell by a not-insignificant margin of 53.4% to 46.6%. However, break the vote behind those landslides into the smallest electoral pieces — precincts — and a more nuanced picture emerges.
- Here's a look at holiday light displays at Six Flags Great America in Gurnee, Morton Arboretum Illumination in Lisle, the Farnsworth House in Plano and Santa’s Rock N Lights at the Lake County Fairgrounds in Grayslake.
- In the midst of a pandemic that has demanded a heightened attention to cleanliness for the sake of safety, Southlanders are starting to see janitorial teams in a new light.
- Members of Romin Chariots, a vintage car group based in Blue Island, are organizing a food and toy drive Saturday to support the Blue Cap Food Pantry that has experienced a surge in demand this year.
- Three incumbents — Broque A. Backal, Carlo Caprio and Keith Gray — are running together against the People Not Politics slate that includes Dan M. Fialko, Jennifer “Norma Rae” Trzos-Consolino and Rose Reynders.
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- Tony Baranek talks to Southland standouts Jenna Badali (Mother McAuley) and Taylor Gugliuzza (Lincoln-Way West) about starring at Lewis.
- Tinley Park trustees are considering offering $300,000 in incentives to a restaurant operator that would locate in an apartment development in the village's downtown.
- An 18-year-old wounded in what police described as an accidental shooting Oct. 24 inside a Tinley Park ag8亚集团官方网站home has sued the parents of the alleged shooter.
- Frankfort native Zachary Plantz, 27, who worked as a policy analyst for outgoing U.S. Rep. Dan. Lipinski, was killed in a traffic crash on Thanksgiving Day in Naples, Florida.