ACROSS ILLINOIS — These days it may seem like there's nothing but bad news out there. That's why we created this roundup of the week's cheeriest news stories throughout Illinois. From a chipmunk-chasing pup that got rescued to a roundup of fun fall festivities, we hope these Good News, Illinois, stories bring a smile to your face.
Masks will be required at all farms in the Chicago area this fall. But most attractions will still be up and running.
The Village of Arlington Heights recently honored Kyla Davis, of Skokie, for assisting a woman whose life was in danger.
AP economics teacher at Bolingbrook High School, Michael Rende, is adapting his teaching methods to best serve the students
Firefighters squeezed into an 18-inch space to rescue the trapped pup.
Paramount Theatre earned nominations for each of the productions it put on during the Chicago theater season curtailed by the pandemic.
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