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Chicago investor Milan Rubenstein buys 238 apartments in west suburbs
A Chicago apartment investor that has focused on buying distressed buildings in the city is taking another swing in the suburbs, paying nearly $13 million for 238 apartments in Glen Ellyn and Addison.
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Sat Mar 15, 2014
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1,500 gallons may have leaked from Ill. pipelines1,500 gallons may...
Officials are increasing their estimate for how much gasoline and diesel might have spilled from two damaged pipelines near Kankakee.
Chicago St. Patrick's Day parade
Governor Pat Quinn waves to people as he walks down Columbus Drive during the St. Patricks Day parade in Chicago on Saturday.
Couples picking up pieces after Mt. Prospect banquet hall closes
Bride-to-be Natalie Hooper fusses over the taste of her wedding cake. It's not a case of last-minute jitters before her big day.
Fri Mar 14, 2014
New 'Hands Free' Cell Phone Law Not Sinking In With Some Drivers
When police say motorists in Illinois must drop their cell phones and drive, they mean it.
Founder of Barrington housing charity dies
Families across the Northwest suburbs may not recognize his name, but Michael Maude, Sr. was behind a Barrington-based agency that works behind the scenes to make transitional housing accessible for people in need of a place to stay.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Mt. Prospect/Arlington Hts. dog park named 'Canine Commons'
An online naming contest was held by both districts in January with members of the public voting for their favorite during February.
Burt Constable Kidsa hospital has a funny regimen
Teddy Christiansen, 7, shares smiles and laughs with his mom, Jenny, as they watch the Funny Bones Improv show at Advocate Children's Hospital-Park Ridge.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Speed cameras outside Chicago? Not yet
A downstate lawmaker wants to allow the expansion of school-zone speed cameras beyond Chicago, where tickets from the controversial cameras are already upsetting drivers.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Mount Prospect family files racial harassment suit against neighbor
A Mount Prospect family is suing a neighbor, accusing her of repeated incidents of racially motivated harassment over the past five years.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Teen Job Fair held at Arlington Hts. library
Lizbeth Melgoza, 15, left, and Vivian Tran, 16, both Hersey High School students from Mount Prospect, visit with Tom Spicer, teen services supervisor for the Arlington Heights Memorial Library, during the Teen Job Fair on Saturday at the library.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Older Man Asks 22-Year-Old For A Date, Touches Her Inappropriately When She Refuses
A man in his fifties asked a woman out for a date and then inappropriately touched her when she turned him down outside a Mail Box Plus store in Mount Prospect, say police, who issued a sketch of the battery suspect.
1,500 students perform in Choral Classic in Wheaton
Indiana's New Prairie High School took part in the annual Choral Classic Invitational Saturday in Wheaton.
Lawmakers differ on big bill to move I-90 water pipe
A Northwest suburban lawmaker thinks the Illinois tollway could have been more helpful to ratepayers faced with a $73 million bill to relocate a water pipe in the way of I-90 expansion.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Robbery charges dismissed against teens
Cook County Judge Jill Cerone Marisie cited no probable cause in dismissing charges against Gerardo Arreola, 18, of Arlington Heights, and Nathan Fakhouri, 19, of Mount Prospect, records show.
Bristol Court Banquets in Mt. Prospect reportedly closes
Media reports that Bristol Court Banquet Hall in Mount Prospect closed earlier this week are unconfirmed by the Daily Herald Friday evening, but the phone number and website for the longtime business have both been disconnected.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Not too much of a good thing; 25,000 pounds of donated food arrives in Mt. Prospect
Feed the Children, a not-for-profit group based in Oklahoma City, was delivering 24 pallets of food, hygiene products and other items - an estimated 25,000 pounds worth - to be distributed to struggling families in Mount Prospect.
Palatine awaits thaw to know how roads fared through winter
The full impact this winter has had on Palatine's roads won't be fully known until spring comes, whenever that may be.
Village Theatre Guild to Show 'Superior Donuts' by Playwright Tracy Letts in Coming Weeks
Playwright Tracy Letts had fun with sharply drawn urban characters in his Chicago-based comedy-drama Superior Donuts, opening March 21 at the Village Theatre Guild in Glen Ellyn .
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Illinois governor's race showcases union fears
In this Jan. 16, 2014 file photo, venture capitalist Bruce Rauner, a candidate for the Republican nomination for Illinois governor, speaks during a business forum in Mount Prospect, Ill.