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Volunteers in the News
On Sunday, June 2, 2012 Countryside Association for People with Disabilities will host will host its 8th annual Opportunity Walk/Run/Roll at Independence Grove in Libertyville, IL.
The Palatine Village Council unanimously approved the new ‘Gastro Pub’ which plans to take over the former Mia Cucina Restaurant property at 56 W. Wilson Street in October.
Palatine Police say two suspects entered the store at 784 E. Dundee Road on Saturday, and one suspect pulled a gun. Taken was U.S. currency, phones, tablets and iPads. Suspect descriptions are provided.
Sidewalk Days in downtown Palatine, a new subdivision, the forthcoming Tap House Grill and a pending public auction of village-owned property are among the agenda items for tonight's Village Council meeting starting at 7 p.m.
The Neighborhood Files, Awareness
CCDPH officials encourage suburban Cook County residents to prevent against tick bites while outdoors enjoying the warmer weather. Ticks are in wooded areas, tall grass and brush and can transmit diseases.
Schools, The Neighborhood Files
The Classroom Teachers' Council grievance filed regarding the decision to instate an early release on Fridays for teacher development time is now headed to arbitration, according to the Journal and Topics.
The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
Families who first settled the village, in addition to a number of early business owners and movers and shakers who are buried at Hillside Cemetery were featured in the Cemetery Walk on Sunday afternoon.
Schools, Local Connections
Commencement, scholarships, new student trustees joins college board and more in the lastest news from Palatine's Harper College.
The Congressional Art Competition is a nationwide high school arts competition sponsored by the U.S. House of Representatives. The winner, a Palatine High School senior, will have her artwork displayed in the U.S. capitol.
The blaze was reported at 8:21 p.m. Friday with heavy fire on the first floor extending to the second floor; three units were ultimately deemed uninhabitable after multiple fire agencies helped to extinguish it.
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