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Fr. John Smyth, former superintendent of Maryville Academy in Des Plaines and former president of Notre Dame College Prep in Niles was removed from office... [Read More]
Terry Iverson, president and CEO of the manufacturing firm his grandfather founded 88 years ago, loses sleep worrying what will come of the business once... [Read More]
Terry Iverson, president and CEO of the manufacturing firm his grandfather founded 88 years ago, loses sleep worrying what will come of the business once... [Read More]
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Des Plaines Girls Softball will hold its first in-person registration event for the 2019 season from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 23 at Prairie... [Read More]
Following the success of last year's Military Veterans Back-To-Work Boot Camp, the Des Plaines Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Career Fair for Military... [Read More]
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Terry Iverson, president and CEO of the manufacturing firm his grandfather founded 88 years ago, loses sleep worrying what will come of the business once... [Read More]
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His body count totaled 33, 29 of them found on his property, mostly in the crawl space. The rest were recovered from the Des Plaines... [Read More]
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Des Plaines Elementary School Dist. 62 will conduct kindergarten registration for the 2019-20 school year from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Feb. 5 at all... [Read More]
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A Chicago man, convicted for a brutal murder that occurred in Des Plaines nearly 19 years ago, died in prison nearly two years ago. According... [Read More]
Going into 2019, Des Plaines has a "new normal," according to Mayor Matt Bogusz. Four areas characterize it, he said: financial stability, economic development,... [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]
A follow up public meeting to the session hosted by State Rep. Marty Moylan (D-55th) on Jan. 4 in Des Plaines concerning the potential harmful... [Read More]
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