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Meacham Road construction vote could come in January
While Rolling Meadows Mayor Tom Rooney insists a majority of the city council supports expanding a rural-flavored stretch of Meacham Road to three lanes, an official vote on the plan will wait until at least January.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Wrestlers get wins from road weekend Updated at
The Metamora Township High School grapplers went up against Normal West on the mat Thursday for a 39-24 win.
Embolic Foreign-body Material Identified at Site of Fatal Brain...
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. and ROLLING MEADOWS, Ill. - A paper from neurosurgical researchers discusses a problem that started as a medical mystery and became a cautionary tale.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Familiar bank robber strikes Bensenville
Officials believe a man suspected of robbing banks in Rolling Meadows and Wood Dale earlier this year has struck in Bensenville.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Wings' Board Chair Rita Canning seeks to break the circle of violence
I'm often asked why I've dedicated this chapter of my life to helping abused women build a secure life for themselves and their children.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Jazz Spectrum concerts
Would you like to spend a couple of very merry Sundays being entertained by an eight-piece musical group - free of charge? Jazz Spectrum is similar to Manhattan Transfer in that both have a vocal quartet and a jazz group backing them.
Hanover Park man sentenced in $4.2 million forgery case
A Hanover Park investment consultant convicted earlier this year on federal charges of swindling clients out of about $4.26 million now has pleaded guilty to forgery.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
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Man pleads guilty to forgery, gets 5-year sentence
A suburban Chicago investment consultant already convicted earlier this year of bilking clients out of more than $4 million has now pleaded guilty to forgery The Daily Herald reports that Steven W. Salutric of Hanover Park was sentenced to five years in prison in exchange for the plea he entered in Cook County Circuit Court in Rolling Meadows.
Bourbon and Buddies, Crackers for Christmas and More
Written by Marcia Sagendorph. Check out these unique blogs from our 23 Patch sites in the Chicago suburbs.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
A holly jolly time in Rolling Meadows
Rolling Meadows ushered in the holiday season Thursday night with a visit from Santa Claus and the lighting of the official city tree.
7 Bartlett businesses cited for selling to minors
Bartlett police recently completed compliance checks at businesses allowed to sell cigarettes or alcohol, and found good compliance on tobacco age rules but numerous lapses on alcohol age rules.
OFS Capital buys SBIC fund
OFS Capital Corp. said Thursday that it has acquired the partnership interests of Tamarix Capital Partners , an SBIC fund, for approximately $8.1 million.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Rolling Meadows approves firefighter contract
The Rolling Meadows City Council on Monday voted 4-3 to approve a new contract with the city's firefighters' union.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
At Grunt Style, 'hire a vet' isn't just a slogan
After nine years in the military, including deployment to Iraq in 2004 and 2005, Marine Corps veteran Timothy Jensen said it was a struggle to adjust back to being a civilian again.
Surveillance Cameras Capture Palatine Bank Robbery
More details have emerged from Monday's robbery at the Chase Bank at 825 W. Euclid Ave. in Palatine.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Man Robs Rolling Meadows Bank
A man robbed a bank in northwest suburban Rolling Meadows Monday morning, police said.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Umi Grill is new Rolling Meadows restaurant
The Umi Grill Buffet in Rolling Meadows celebrated its grand opening Saturday, Nov. 30, with the help of the Rolling Meadows Chamber of Commerce and city officials.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
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Service Center Shipments Continue Climb in October
North American service center shipments continued a year-end rebound with improvements in both steel and aluminum in the United States and Canada.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Trial date set for Hoffman Estates triple murder suspect
The trial is set to begin in March for the man accused of murdering Laura Engelhardt, center, and her father, Alan Engelhardt, top left, in their Hoffman Estates home in April 2009.