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It appears the elected seat held by Wheeling Village President Pat Horcher is safe for now. As of Tuesday (Oct. 9), David Kolssak, the Wheeling... [Read More]
Illustration shows front of newly planned Old Munich restaurant in Wheeling. A "renewed, revamped and reborn" version of a longtime Wheeling watering hole is... [Read More]
An estimated 50 people rallied against privatization of the U.S. Postal Service Monday (Oct. 8) at the Palatine Postal Service Processing Plant, 1300 E. [Read More]
Ald. Larry Rosenthal (2d) of Prospect Heights. The race to see who will serve in Prospect Heights' top elected office looks like it will be... [Read More]
Fall Fest returns to Rosemont's Parkway Bank Park from 1 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 6. The free, annual celebration of autumn held in the... [Read More]
Rosemont Public Safety joins the nationwide "Coffee with a Cop" initiative from 9 to 10 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 23, when police officers will be stationed... [Read More]
Union workers this week plan to rally nationwide against privatization of the U.S. Postal Service. In the Northwest suburbs, the rally will run from 10:30... [Read More]
Over 300 new card holders joined the Des Plaines Public Library community last month during National Library Card Sign Up month. By the last week... [Read More]
Editor, Journal: I would like to publicly thank the paramedics and the couple who recently helped me when I fell in the parking lot at... [Read More]
A new option for emergency care is gearing up for Rolling Meadows residents through the proposed Illinois Dept. of Public Health pilot program Mobile Integrated... [Read More]
Oakton Community College's Des Plaines campus is joining hundreds of homes, businesses and organizations statewide for the 2018 Illinois Solar Tour from 10 a.m. [Read More]
Confusion lingers about one area of local public finances after township trustees last month approved an amended Maine Township budget. "At this point, we're... [Read More]
Rolling Meadows residents will likely be asked to pay more in property taxes to the city next year. A proposed budget for the city's 2019... [Read More]
The owner of a Wheeling funeral home has put into action a plan to oust Village President Pat Horcher from office. Former Chicago Executive Airport... [Read More]
A final, balanced budget for this school year was approved by Des Plaines Elementary School Dist. 62 board members Monday (Sept. 17). It includes revenue... [Read More]
Trucks from Laurens Restoration parked outside the Landings condominium building in unincorporated Maine Township. The building was damaged by fire Sept. 16,... [Read More]
Developers are eyeing a 17-acre site at Lake Cook Road and Milwaukee Avenue in Wheeling for a potential 180-unit senior living complex. Village trustees... [Read More]
Pastor Rande Smith after his retirement from Community Church in Rolling Meadows was announced Sept. 11. After 17 years in Rolling Meadows, Community Church... [Read More]
Protests from residents and aldermen did not stop plans for construction of two new fire stations in Rolling Meadows -- to the tune of $13... [Read More]
Rosemont residents have a chance to reduce clutter in an eco-friendly way during a recycle and donation event from 7 to 10 a.m. Friday, Sept.... [Read More]
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