Chicagoland Headlines — Wednesday, September 15, 2021

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Semi-trailer truck hits bridge overhead on eastbound I-90 in Kane County September 15, 2021

Chicago police warn of carjackers targeting women on Chicago’s northwest side — block 1900 West Wabansia, Chicago block 2100 West Moffat, Chicago

Motorcyclist, age 48, hit by SUV, dead at scene at Halsted St and 129th St, Pullman neighborhood, Chicago

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Illinois supreme court ruled in August that Markham Mayor Roger Agpawa can stay in office, despite a 1999 mail fraud conviction; to be sworn in again as mayor

Chicago’s Mayor Lightfoot announces Pedro Martinez as new CPS CEO

U.S. Congressman Jesus “Chuy” Garcia urges increase in community investment and support services for Latinos in Illinois September 15, 2021

Trust for America’s Health: Data shows Illinois among states with spiking obesity rates due to the pandemic

Gov. JB Pritzker signs sweeping clean energy legislation that sets goals to make Illinois carbon-free by 2050 — September 15, 2021

Long-standing Rosemont residency rules loosened for some, tightened for new hires

Ex-House Speaker Hastert settles child sexual abuse payments suit with out-of-court settlement




Kane County prosecutor: Neighbor was justified in shooting a big game pack-hunting dog Dogo Argentino breed in his fear of being attacked

Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul unveils Organized Retail Crime Task Force to fight increase in organized retail crime — Monday, September 13, 2021




Kinsch Florist and Garden Center closes, demolishes greenhouses after Cook County taxes rise 640%; retail store open at another location

Cook County Assessor changed all of the Kinsch land from “farm” to “commercial”

The Hinsdale Oasis pavilion over I-294 is now permanently closed while the gas stations and 7-Elevens remain open

Trump International Hotel & Tower penthouse up for sale for $30 million

BMO Harris Bank closing 2 locations in Chicago downtown Naperville location a Aurora, Barrington, Elmhurst, South Holland, Flossmoor, Summit and two in Chicago

St Charles looking to extend outdoor dining through entire winter




Arlington Heights retailers, restaurant owners join village in reporting financial boost from ‘Alfresco’ dining

Prime Data center plans $1 billion data-center project in Elk Grove Village

Actor Kevin Costner booked for Halloween night grand opening at Des Plaines Theater on Northwest Highway

Kevin Kostner & Modern West Band

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