ALCOHOL An intoxicated person was found stumbling by the roadside at 3:13 p.m. May 19 at North Buffalo Grove and West Lake-Cook roads.
Buffalo Grove High School's Kaitlyn Ko had a strong showing at the Girls Track & Field state finals this weekend, according to the Illinois High School Association's website.
If you don't generate much trash or your garage is a bit too narrow for the large receptacle that was delivered to your home last month, Buffalo Grove has good news for you.
Frugal shoppers know that thrift and resale stores bear a gold-mine of finds and deals, but it doesn't always come naturally.
Two Buffalo Grove-area students will participate in the Girls Track & Field state finals this weekend at O'Brien Stadium at Eastern Illinois in Charleston.
Buffalo Grove residents who think their new trash cans are too big could soon get some good news.
"Even if you haven't been personally affected by cancer, everyone who signs up to take part in this event makes a difference!" Those are the words of Stevenson High School sophomore Delaney Weiland , who is among the volunteers on the Buffalo Grove/Stevenson High School Relay for Life committee.
Are you a young person who is interested in law enforcement, criminal justice and police science? If so, join the Buffalo Grove Police Department 's Junior Police Academy and discover what it's like to stop a vehicle for a traffic violation, gather evidence at a crime scene, be a K-9 Handler and more.
K1 Speed mechanic Dameon Mills prepares the driver's helmets for their grand opening, scheduled for Wednesday, May 8. The indoor go-kart racing facility offers two tracks running electric go-karts. Owners David Danglard and his wife Susan Graver walk through K1 Speed's fleet of 52 electric go-karts on Monday.
ALCOHOL Marvin D. Potter, 35, of the 600 block of Cobblestone, Buffalo Grove, was charged with driving under the influence and a traffic control violation at 10:17 p.m. May 1 on Lake-Cook Road at McHenry Road.
ALCOHOL Jose Serrano, 60, of 131 Woodland Drive, Round Lake Beach, was charged with driving under the influence, driving with a blood-alcohol content above .08, driving without a valid license and unsafe lane change May 12 at Route 45 and Deerpath Drive.
Marsha Helfer , 66, of Buffalo Grove died May 11. She was the devoted mother of Carrie Goldberg and Jason Helfer and proud grandmother of Ben, Hannah, Charlie, Eli and Toby.