Marie Wilson, Daily Herald

Marie Wilson

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Lisle Township, IL, United States

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Past articles by Marie:

Lombard man's film fest allows artists to tell their own stories

An African American-owned film festival is about to host its second annual showing as it aims to help filmmakers tell their own stories and get due credit for their work. → Read More

Naperville aiming for police diversity from large hiring pool

Naperville police made two changes to their recruitment process this year that have resulted in a large increase in candidates, despite the lack of in-person job fairs during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

$200 million Naperville gateway development ready for review

Developers of a proposed art-inspired destination in northwest Naperville are looking past the dreary days of the COVID-19 pandemic to the brighter future of their project's long-term promise. → Read More

Addison man dies in Naperville crash

A 23-year-old Addison man died in a crash caused by a driver who failed to yield when making a left turn in Naperville, authorities said Tuesday. → Read More

6th Congressional race: Casten, Ives go virtual to raise enthusiasm, funds

Campaign fundraising totals in the 6th U.S. Congressional District show candidates Sean Casten and Jeanne Ives are finding virtual ways to connect with donors during the pandemic. → Read More

How it feels these days to be a cop: The view from a suburban detective

Policing is a complex job, and officers want the public to understand it better before calling for change, says John Reed, the Fraternal Order of Police president in Naperville. This is his reflection, as told to Daily Herald Senior Writer Marie Wilson. → Read More

Need that in-person instruction or too risky? Parents' reactions to school reopening mixed

Suburban parents share mixed feelings about sending their children to schools for in-person instruction or keeping them home to learn remotely. Some prefer a hybrid instructional model of limiting the number of students returning to classrooms and allowing parents to opt for virtual learning. → Read More

6 shops closed but 5 new opening in downtown Naperville

Downtown Naperville has seen six shops close during the COVID-19 pandemic, but one has opened, another has relocated and three more plan to open soon. → Read More

Naperville's India Day to be 'scaled-down,' but still a celebration

Organizers of the sixth annual India Day festival in Naperville are planning a scaled-back event with a car parade and fireworks to adhere to COVID-19 precautions. → Read More

Police: Misdemeanor charges for Naperville man who waved bat at protesters

A Naperville man is facing misdemeanor charges after he confronted two teens while holding a baseball bat as they were leaving a protest, police said. → Read More

Edward-Elmhurst Health makes national 15 Top Health Systems list

The Edward-Elmhurst Health system earned a major vote of confidence Tuesday as it was named one of the 15 Top Health Systems in the country by Fortune/IBM Watson Health. → Read More

Lombard girl's charity to help homeless scores 'TODAY' show appearance

A Lombard girl and her mask fundraiser to help the homeless are set to be in the national spotlight Wednesday morning on the "TODAY" show on NBC. → Read More

How made-in-USA face shields come together in Elk Grove

How an Elk Grove company is making face shields to help meet the need for personal protection during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

JCC Northbrook 'growing great kids' with summer fun options

Summer camps and day care at the Jewish Community Center in Northbrook are set to begin during with social interaction for kids after a season of pandemic isolation. → Read More

From Frontier or Knoch, Naperville will have fireworks on July 4

Naperville is in line to have a Fourth of July fireworks show coordinated by the city, park district and organizers of a new festival that had to be canceled because of COVID-19 health precautions. → Read More

What should Naperville Riverwalk be like by 2031? A wish list is circulating

A wish list of possible additions and improvements to the Naperville Riverwalk is in the works as the city begins to look toward its 200th birthday in 2031. → Read More

Garden beds in Naperville will help fight food insecurity

A project to model small-scale gardening as a way to boost healthy food availability is under way at the Naperville garden plots. → Read More

Why the pandemic is leading to more opioid overdoses

The isolation of the COVID-19 pandemic is helping contribute to an increase in opioid overdose deaths, coroners and substance abuse experts say. → Read More

Lombard students get graduation by delivery

Commencement came via delivery Friday for eighth-grade graduates of Glenn Westlake Middle School in Lombard. → Read More

Second pedestrian dies after crash in Naperville

A second pedestrian who was struck Wednesday by a driver on the northeast side of Naperville has died from her injuries, authorities said Thursday. → Read More