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After three lopsided losses to start this goofy spring football season, Leyden coach Tom Cerasani and his staff were looking forward to last Friday's meeting... [Read More]
The Chicago Department of Aviation (CDA) is advising travelers who use the Kennedy Expressway of upcoming road work that could impact their trip to O'Hare... [Read More]
Pam Hogan, the longtime executive director of the Rosemont Chamber of Commerce, will retire around June 15. Hogan has served in that role for the... [Read More]
Longtime Mount Prospect Village Trustee Paul Hoefert will be sworn in as Mount Prospect's next mayor May 4 after his big victory April 6 against... [Read More]
Two of the three Mount Prospect village trustee seats have likely been determined, but who will win the remaining one is unknown since Cook County... [Read More]
Maine South coach Dave Inserra knew conference rival Glenbrook South would come out fighting in Friday night's matchup. To prepare his team, Inserra showed his... [Read More]
In honor of Village Trustee Michael Zadel, Mayor Arlene Juracek signed a proclamation Wednesday night (April 7) acknowledging Zadel's contributions to the village of Mount... [Read More]
The Mount Prospect Village Board of Trustees approved an ordinance Wednesday night (April 7) allowing for a mixed-use development at 1798 S. Elmhurst Rd. [Read More]
Park Ridge residents who had been hoping for a permanent Sustainability Commission to be confirmed got their wish, finally, a few minutes before 10 p.m.... [Read More]
The Rosemont Public Safety Department recently sent six officers through a three-day car seat technician class, the village announced in its April newsletter. All six... [Read More]
Palatine Village Council voted unanimously on Monday (April 5) to support a Class 6(b) Cook County tax incentive for redevelopment of the former Weber-Stephen grill... [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 information that... [Read More]
In an effort to entice young readers to move activities outside, Bernie's Book Bank in Lake Bluff has partnered with the Mount Prospect Chamber of... [Read More]
These items are from Niles Police Department incident reports. The Niles Journal publishes this police blotter every Wednesday. Domestic Battery Charged Thomas Underwood, 40, of... [Read More]
As Park Ridge prepares for new pickleball courts being built at Woodland Park, Fitness Formal Club at Touhy and Cumberland will be hosting clinics on... [Read More]
March 29 marked the reopening of a full week of in-person learning in Park Ridge-Niles School Dist. 64. This replaces the hybrid models where students... [Read More]
With better weather arriving, on Monday (April 5) the Park Ridge City Council revisited how it will reopen outdoor dining opportunities in 2021. There had... [Read More]
The following records are from the files of the Park Ridge Police Dept. The Park Ridge Journal publishes its "Police Blotter" every Wednesday: Domestic Battery... [Read More]
While the Park Ridge City Council's three budget workshops in February and March went fairly smoothly and took about a third of the normal nine... [Read More]
First responders used Narcan to stop a man from overdosing on heroin after he reportedly fainted in the lobby of the Rosemont CTA station. Scott... [Read More]
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