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Del Mar, Cleveland will battle for Cook GOP post
Cook County Republican Party Chairman Aaron Del Mar faces a challenge for the post from Chicago GOP vice chairman Chris Cleveland when the party meets Wednesday to pick its leader in Illinois' biggest county.
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Tue Apr 15, 2014
Palatine's Hot Dog Richie's to be Inducted into Vienna Beef Hall of Fame
Local favorite, Palatine's Hot Dog Richie's has been serving up American fare - including its signature hot dogs - since 1972.
Palatine Public Library District Director Announces Retirement
Susan Strunk, Director of the Palatine Public Library District, has announced that she will be retiring in August.
Palatine council OKs plans for four businesses
Four businesses -- a limousine service, a day spa, an optometry office and a dog groomer -- had their petitions to establish themselves in Palatine or move to a new location within the village approved by the village council this week.
Palatine library director retiring in August
Susan Strunk, who has been at the library since July 2007, will retire in August, ending a 26-year career in libraries.
Makeover is coming for PATCO stations
Up-to-date train information will be displayed on variable message signs and flat-screen monitors at train stations, 230 new video cameras will be installed in stations and parking lots, and SEPTA crews will be hired for five years to maintain PATCO's balky escalators and elevators, if the PATCO board approves the plans on Wednesday.
Palatine Park District Presents Chicago Skyliners Big Band
Palatine Park District presents Chicago Skyliners Big Band in a musical matinee event on Sunday, April 27 at 3:00pm.
Harper prof squeezes century of local mob hits into book
The illustration for Harper College professor Wayne A. Johnson's new book detailing local mob killings was drawn by Harper student Daniella Boyd of Wheeling.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Nearby Coffee Tastings Coming Up in April
Wow, we cannot believe how many caffeinds there are in Chicagoland! You asked us about coffee, and we want you to try it, and BOOM!...Coffee Tastings.
'Drop Notice' Letter Sent in Error to Several Palatine ComEd Customers
The following information comes from a village of Palatine press release. A Confirmation of Drop notice was sent from ComEd to a number of residents who participate in the Village's electric aggregation program.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Arlington Hts. church recreates the march into Jerusalem
The Rev. Claudio Diaz Jr. leads prayers with parishioners before leading a Palm Sunday procession from St. Thomas Villanova in Palatine to Mission San Juan Diego in Arlington Heights.
Tight wedding ring, other subtle changes pointed to tumor
Waiting for Phil Van Duyne to emerge from surgery to remove a tumor on his pituitary gland, wife Kathy sits at Northwestern Memorial Hospital with their children, from left, Mary Kate, Megan, Margaret, Philip and Monica.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Everyonea s Irish at Mount Prospect fest
Garrett Zach, 4, of Palatine says his favorite part of watching his sister Clare dance for Trinity Academy of Irish Dance is "looking at all the pretty costumes."
Fri Apr 11, 2014
D15 Parents Will be Able to Track School Buses Through New GPS Technology
One Palatine school district will soon install GPS technology to its school busses that is meant to ensure better safety for its students and will allow parents to track the buses in real-time, according to local media reports.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Editorial: The rewards of persistence in a cold case
Seventeen years is a long time to wait for anything. But Tuesday was the day the family of Amber Creek finally received some answers, Amber was just 14, described by her family as a troubled teen, when she ran away and then went missing in February 1997.
$500,000 Bond Set for Palatine Man Accused of Brutal 1997 Murder of Local Girl, 14
A Wisconsin judge ordered a $500,000 cash bond Wednesday for a 36-year-old Palatine man - who is a Fremd High School grad - accused of the 1997 murder of Amber Gail Creek, a 14-year-old Palatine girl, according to the Daily Herald.
St. Mary's Services holds fashion show fundraiser
Kayla Hadfield, 7, daughter of Christopher and Eileen Hadfield of Algonquin, takes the stage at St. Mary's Services' fundraiser fashion show.
Garage fire spreads inside Barrington home
A fire that started in the garage of a Barrington home Wednesday afternoon spread inside, damaging the attic, fire officials said.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
James Eaton, 36, of Palatine, Ill., makes his initial appearance in... Photo-photo.5390217
James Eaton, 36, of Palatine, Ill., makes his initial appearance in Racine County Circuit Court on Wednesday, April 9, 2014, in Racine, Wis.
Flamm urges abolition of Palatine Township Road District
Matt Flamm, Palatine Township Democratic Committeeman, spoke at the Palatine Township Annual Town Meeting on Tuesday, April 8th.