ACROSS ILLINOIS — These days it might seem like there's nothing but bad news out there. That's why we created this roundup of good news stories from across Illinois. From rescued ducklings to a drive-thru barbecue for a good cause, we hope this collection of Good News, Illinois, stories brings a smile to your face.
Battalion Chief Chuck Kraft was able to reach into the storm drain and rescue all nine ducklings while their mother stood by watching.
The Fox Valley United Way is set to host a barbecue fundraiser Tuesday evening at the Kane County Cougars' field in Geneva.
After Burlington Stores donated $500,000 in clothing and other goods to Daughters of Destiny, the organization will provide them for free.
A year after Lenny Kobilca suffered a spinal cord injury that forced him to use a wheelchair, volunteers will renovate his family's yard.
Through their nonprofit, the high school seniors sold more than 6,000 boxes of candy with profits going to NorthShore Glenbrook Hospital.
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