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Past articles by Joe:

Cubs activate Bryant from injured list, send Almora to South Bend

Finally, an AB for KB. → Read More

Cubs activate Bryant from injured list, send Almora to South Bend

Finally, an AB for KB. → Read More

Cubs activate Bryant from injured list, send Almora to South Bend

Finally, an AB for KB. → Read More

Cubs activate Bryant from injured list, send Almora to South Bend

Finally, an AB for KB. → Read More

Grandal delivers winning home run for Chicago White Sox

Yasmani Grandal's leadoff, walk-off home run in the ninth gives the Chicago White Sox a 6-5 victory over the visiting Kansas City Royals, their 10th win in the last 11 games. → Read More

White Sox acquire outfielder Dyson from Pittsburgh

The White Sox added outfield depth and speed by trading for Jarrod Dyson from Pittsburgh in exchange for international signing bonus pool money on Friday. → Read More

Crash that killed pedestrian near Lisle under investigation

The DuPage County sheriff's office is investigating a collision that claimed the life of a 22-year-old man early Sunday near Lisle. → Read More

Antioch emergency curfew lifted

Less than 24 hours after announcing an emergency curfew, the Village of Antioch has lifted it, according to a news release posted on its Facebook page on Thursday. → Read More

Video of fleeing car on social media leads to Des Plaines man's arrest

A video of a fleeing car posted on social media has led to the arrest of a Des Plaines man nearly a month after the footage was recorded. → Read More

Next stage in IHSA reopening plan gets state approval

The Illinois Department of Public Health Friday approved the next stage in the Illinois High School Association's reopening plan during the COVID-19 pandemic, clearing the way for games to be played this fall. → Read More

Antioch issues emergency curfew order

In a statement posted on the Village of Antioch website on Wednesday, mayor Lawrence M. Hanson ordered that a curfew be imposed on all persons within the village, effective from 8 p.m. to 7 a.m. each day, until further notice. → Read More

Lake Zurich's Mangano kept grinding despite loss of baseball

Anthony Mangano missed out on his senior season of baseball for Lake Zurich but kept a positive attitude during the COVID-19 pandemic. The middle infielder will continue his baseball career at the University of Iowa. → Read More

Former Mundelein star lands Wauconda job

Former Mundelein star Clay Kovac has officially been named the new head baseball coach at Wauconda. He's been a pitching coach at his high school alma mater and, most recently, Warren. → Read More

Smith hopes his stock will soar at Arkansas

After three seasons at Indiana University, where he earned a business degree in three years, former Stevenson basketball star Justin Smith is transferring to the University of Arkansas for his final season of college eligibility. → Read More

McCormack, Anstett writing basketball book

Former longtime Conant boys basketball coach Tom McCormak has teamed up with another former coach, Tom Anstett, to write a book on how to build a successful basketball program. → Read More

Spirit of Sportsmanship Award: Stevenson golf coach makes right call

Stevenson's boys golf team was all but officially headed to state after its performance in the sectional last fall, until coach John Rueth realized one of his players signed an incorrect scorecard. Rueth reported the error, denying the Patriots a state berth. → Read More

Top basketball players of the century: Boys No. 1, Jalen Brunson of Stevenson

The son of a former NBA player, Jalen Brunson put together a spectacular four-year varsity basketball career for Stevenson. He scored 2,682 points and led the Patriots downstate three times. They won the Class 4A title his senior year in 2015. → Read More

Top basketball players of the century: Girls No. 8, Sarah Boothe of Warren

The Daily Herald is counting down the Top Ten boys and girls basketball players of the century in our coverage area. We continue today with No. 8 -- Mark Pancratz of Schaumburg and Sarah Boothe of Warren. → Read More

Carmel baseball player Meriel produces after all

Long before the COVID-19 pandemic robbed him of his senior season of baseball for Carmel Catholic, Ryne Meriel was producing -- music. He hopes his recently released song "After It's Over" serves as an inspiration to all graduates. → Read More

Ward (Carmel), Brown (Vernon Hills) looking for new college homes

The elimination of NCAA baseball programs at Bowling Green State and Furman is another ripple effect of the COVID-19 pandemic. Locally, Carmel graduate Jay Ward (Bowling Green) and Vernon Hills graduate Tony Brown (Furman) are directly affected. → Read More