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Here's a look at the girls basketball action Tuesday-Wednesday, Dec. 3-4 for Journal-area teams: Wednesday, Dec. 4 Christian Liberty 51, Willows Academy 27:... [Read More]
A real life situation became the subject of Lynn Darimont's children's book, "Grandma Lost Her Teeth!" While some might chuckle at the thought, the author... [Read More]
As part of the 2020 budget that Buffalo Grove trustees adopted Monday (Dec. 2), approximately 100 non-union employees, starting Jan. 1, will receive a 2.25%... [Read More]
A portion of downtown Arlington Heights was closed off in the early morning hours of Thursday, Dec. 5 due to a reported domestic violence that... [Read More]
A slew of new liquor licenses approved in Rolling Meadows this week pave the way for new businesses to open and old ones to grow.... [Read More]
"The Aeronauts" (102 min, Rated PG-13 for action/peril sequences and some thematic elements). Rating: 7 out of 10. When one of the two people involved... [Read More]
The following reports were taken from the files of the Elk Grove Police Dept. The Journal & Topics Newspapers publishes the Elk Grove Police Blotter... [Read More]
When irreparable damage occurred to the Park Ridge Fire Department's tower ladder during this summer's fire at the Marathon gas station, Fire Chief Jeff... [Read More]
The following records are from the files of the Glenview Police Dept. The Glenview Journal publishes its "Police Blotter" every issue: Burglary Charged Javon... [Read More]
These items are from Des Plaines Police Department incident reports. The Des Plaines Journal publishes this police blotter every Wednesday. If anyone has... [Read More]
The chances of Des Plaines residents paying more for water beginning Jan. 1 are high as city council members Monday night gave initial approval to... [Read More]
Since the start of the 2018-2019 school year, Maine Township High School Dist. 207 teachers and staff have been having difficult discussions about their biases... [Read More]
Property owners throughout Maine Township will see the school district share of their property taxes go up, due in large part to the referendum approved... [Read More]
Prospect Heights police officers took full advantage of "No Shave November" and are still raising money for a good cause in the process. "No Shave... [Read More]
These items are from Niles Police Department incident reports. The Niles Journal publishes this police blotter every Wednesday. Scam Reported A 70-year-old... [Read More]
Des Plaines residents are advised to keep their car doors locked, even near their homes, as police investigate a rash of six car burglaries in... [Read More]
Andrew T. Whowell, former deputy chief of the Arlington Heights Police Dept., died Sunday (Dec. 1) at his home in the village. He had just... [Read More]
Park Ridge has scheduled a public hearing at 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 16, in the City Council Chambers at 505 Butler Place, for its property... [Read More]
Niles village staffers from nearly every department served up Thanksgiving dinner Thursday, Nov. 28 for about 120 people, including seniors and those in need. [Read More]
Mayor Marty Maloney thanked those who participated in the success of last week's Winterfest celebration on Friday, Nov. 29. At the Monday, Dec. 2 City... [Read More]
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