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Nancy Cabrera after her win at the 2014 Illinois Taekwondo State Championship and earned her a spot at the USA Taekwondo National Championships.
The following information comes from a July 18 village of Palatine e-newsletter.
A 35-year-old Palatine man has been c harged with aggravated battery after police said he punched a another man outside a Palatine bar Friday night, seriously injuring the victim, according to the Chicago Tribune.
On Tuesday, July 1, the Rotary Club of Palatine installed its 2014-2015 officers and board of directors at Durty Nellie's restaurant in downtown Palatine.
Mary Kate Baughman, from Immanuel Lutheran School in Palatine, meets Kenneth Behring, sponsor of National History Day at The Smithsonian National Museum of American History Kenneth E. Behring Center, in Washington, D.C. Baughman is the 2014 National History Day Gold Medal in the Junior Individual Exhibit category.
The former AMF bowling alley at 3245 Kirchoff Road in downtown Rolling Meadows would be razed and 54 townhouses built in its place, under a plan that got favorable reaction from the city council this week.
The weeklong Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival will launch 7 p.m. Sunday, July 20, at Star Cinema Grill, 53 S. Evergreen Ave., Arlington Heights, with the Illinois premiere of "Coherence."
Show off your cooking skills at Teen Iron Chef or have someone else do the cooking for you at MainStreet Out to Lunch.
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. – Northwest Community Healthcare is hosting a seminar on common foot problems for senior citizens.
If it were October, perhaps the fake tombstones that have transformed the Wauconda Fire Department yard into a mock cemetery would not look so out of place.
The Palatine village council this week gave the owners of a strip mall on Palatine Road permission to turn land intended to serve as a buffer between the stores and the adjacent neighborhood into a parking lot, despite the protests of some residents.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 11:05 am
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