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Mon Jul 21, 2014
The Week in Pictures
If you've ever traveled along Route 25, you're sure to be familiar with "The Unknown Solider" which sits in front of Custom Furniture in St. Charles.
Students raise funds for Mt. Prospect Historical Society
For the ninth consecutive year, the second-graders of Lions Park School in Mount Prospect raised funds to help with the Mount Prospect Historical Society's restoration of their school district's original schoolhouse.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Mount Prospect man arrested with loaded gun in Evanston
Jamal M. Dumas, 18 of the 1600 block of Cottonwood Drive in Mount Prospect, was already on parole for previously possessing a firearm as a felon when Evanston police approached him and a group of people near the Fleetwood-Jourdain Community Center in Evanston at 3:30 p.m. on Friday, according to a news release.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Downtown Mt. Prospect fire not labeled arson so far, chief says
An Illinois state fire marshal's report says the Feb. 9 fire that began in the basement of Sakura Japanese Restaurant in downtown Mount Prospect was caused by the ignition of ordinary combustibles, but does not call it arson.
Officials: Mariano's looking to build in Des Plaines
The ever-growing Mariano's grocery store chain is looking to open a new location in Des Plaines, city officials confirmed Thursday.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Mt. Prospect police warn of spike in home burglaries
After about a dozen home burglaries in the past month, Mount Prospect police are asking residents to take steps to keep their homes and possessions as safe as possible.
2 hurt, 400 without power after Mt. Prospect crash
ComEd crews are working to fix an electric pole at Central Road and Emerson Street that was damaged during a two-vehicle crash in Mount Prospect on Thursday night.
'Spring Awakening' opens in Des Plaines in August
Shows will be performed at The Leela Arts Center, located at 620 Lee St., in Des Plaines.
Churches' Shopping Cart Brigade Collects Food In July 4 Parade
Here are the 399 food items donated by those attending the 2014 Mount Prospect July 4 parade, collected by the St. Mark Lutheran Church and St. Raymond Catholic Church Shopping Cart Brigade.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Northwest Suburban parishes help refugees
Responding to an urgent call last month from Catholic Charities for help with a large group of refugees, four Northwest Suburban Catholic parishes came through with donations totaling $2,500.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Eileen O. Daday a Oliver!a opens July 17 at St. James in Arlington Hts.
More than 40 years after Buckley starred as an 11-year old in the title role, he returns to direct this summer's production of, "Oliver!" What: "Oliver!" When: 7:30 p.m. July 17, 18, 19, 24, 25 and 26; and 2 p.m. July 20 Where: St. James Parish Center, 820 N. Arlington Heights Road in Arlington Heights Cost: $12-$17 Information: ... (more)
Sat Jul 12, 2014
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Crowds still flock to Buffalo Grove art fest
Mike Quigg and Carol MacDonald of Mount Prospect cruise through the tents at the Buffalo Grove Arts Festival looking for an abstract canvas piece of art to fill an empty spot in their living room.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Lake County Sheriff's Office pledges crackdown on sexual exploitation
The sexual exploitation of children is a tough subject to address, but that was the topic of a seminar Friday hosted by the Lake County Sheriff's Office and attended by local police, social workers and residents.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Suburban Law Enforcement Academy graduates 51 recruits
The Suburban Law Enforcement Academy at College of DuPage recently graduated 51 recruits representing 37 police agencies in Northern Illinois.
Pedestrian bridge, flood control part of Mt. Prospect capital plan
Mount Prospect's new five-year capital plan calls for spending about $3.6 million next year to resurface 6.8 miles of village streets.
Future of Mt. Prospect 'triangle' still an open question
The question of what to do with the "small triangle" area in downtown Mount Prospect might be rekindled once the village and local business owner Tod Curtis finalize a settlement of their six-year legal battle.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Rolling Meadows plans traffic changes at high school
A new right-turn lane from eastbound Central Road into the main entrance of Rolling Meadows High School should help decrease morning congestion, the Rolling Meadows City Council agreed Tuesday.