We have reached the middle of the fourth and last week of October. With only a few days left until Halloween weekend, take a moment to catch up on the latest news from the northern suburbs of Chicago.
Here is a selection of the last few articles that have caught the attention of Patch readers so far this week:
Patti Rowles raised funds and bought meals for Advocate Condell hospital staff, who burned out during a fourth surge in coronavirus.
Citing the use of aborted fetal tissue, 14 health care workers sued the NorthShore University HealthSystem before the vaccination deadline.
K9 Riggs left the Buffalo Grove Vet Clinic on Sunday afternoon after the Thursday night shooting that also saw MPs shoot and wound a man.
A proposal sponsored by Evanston Democrat Robyn Gabel and backed by the governor cuts conscience exemptions from COVID-19 vaccine mandates.
The technology manager is charged with illegally exporting computer equipment to a nuclear research agency of the Pakistani government.
The Lake County Board voted last week to require all employees to receive the COVID-19 vaccine or undergo weekly tests
Parkside Pub in Huntley is now selling tickets to the event, where festival goers can sample turkey nuts.