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This week’s most-read articles on Daily Herald Media Group logo Most Read This Week This week’s most-read articles on XXXX Juvenile charged in South Elgin middle school beating A juvenile charged in a Feb. 3 beating at a South Elgin middle school that left a 12-year-old in a coma made his initial court appearance Tuesday, where he was assigned a public… XXXX Why Huntley outlet mall lost its luster After more than 22 years, the curtain is about to fall on the Huntley Outlet Center this spring. Signs for closeout sales announcing deep discounts are plastered on the windows of … XXXX An added crash heartache: What happens to Crawford children? Just 36 hours after her sister, brother in law, and niece were killed in a car crash on their way to a soccer match, Erika Schmidt was grappling with two seemingly… XXXX Fire damages two Naperville homes A fire that destroyed a Naperville home and spread to a neighboring house displaced two families Monday morning, authorities said. Streamwood teen dies after being hit by SUV A teenager struck and killed by an SUV Sunday night was a well-liked seventh-grader at Tefft Middle School in Streamwood, Elgin Area School District U-46 officials said Monday night. XXXX Church, faith sustain Crawford relatives as they cope with crash In the face of the tragedy that took the lives of their daughter, son-in-law and granddaughter, Erwin and Ursel Schmidt say they are relying on their strong faith to sustain them. XXXX Indian Lakes Resort getting new hotel; hundreds of houses planned The owner of Indian Lakes Resort in Bloomingdale says the property’s hotel will be converted into a DoubleTree By Hilton and its shuttered golf course could be transformed into a… XXXX Editorial: A reminder from a tragic crash In this editorial, the Daily Herald shares in the grief for the four lives lost in a horrific car crash in Des Plaines Thursday night and says we all would do well to remember… XXXX Wheeling changes policy after mayor’s spending, vehicle use questioned Wheeling changes several policies after questions are raised about Village President Dean Argiris’ spending habits and vehicle use. XXXX Sears cutting 130 jobs Hoffman Estates-based Sears Holdings Corp. cut 130 jobs Thursday, continuing its effort to reduce expenses and keep the struggling retailer afloat. facebook icon twitter icon Contact us Daily Herald Media Group 155 E Algonquin Road, Arlington Heights, IL 60005 847-427-4300 Opt-Out of this newsletter | Opt-Out of all emails

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