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If you think you have seen Palatine because you have driven down Northwest Highway, think again. Drive a few blocks west and you'll find 19th Century gracious homes mixed with 21st Century red-brick rowhouses and condominium mid-rises. Read more about Palatine, IL
If you think you have seen Palatine because you have driven down Northwest Highway, think again. Drive a few blocks west and you'll find 19th Century gracious homes mixed with 21st Century red-brick rowhouses and condominium mid-rises. Read more about Palatine, IL « Show less

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  • Chicago native helped start Holocaust education program in Wisconsin

     Chicago native helped start Holocaust education program in Wisconsin
    After moving from the north suburbs to the Madison, Wis., area in 1999, Norman Dachman and his wife, Millicent, created "Holocaust Presentations," a program designed to educate others on the horrors of the Holocaust. "We were both raised on Holocaust...
  • Genevieve Keilman, 1917-2014

    Genevieve Keilman, 1917-2014
    For several weeks in the early 1960s, Genevieve Keilman kept a daily vigil at the hospital bedside of her son John after he was hit by a car and seriously injured. Looking for a way to give back after her son's recovery, Mrs. Keilman became a...
  • Lawmakers don't like Quinn closure plans

    Lawmakers don't like Quinn closure plans
    A panel of Democratic and Republican lawmakers on Tuesday recommended against Gov. Pat Quinn’s plan to close six state facilities, including the state’s only super-maximum prison in downstate Tamms. The governor proposed closing the sites...
  • Illinois graduated income tax vote next week

    Illinois graduated income tax vote next week
    A key Democratic state senator said Thursday he will seek a vote Tuesday on his controversial plan to ask voters to amend the state constitution to replace Illinois’ flat-rate income tax with a graduated tax based on the amount of income earned....
  • Illinois House GOP leader looking at run for state treasurer

    Illinois House GOP leader looking at run for state treasurer
    SPRINGFIELD — House Republican leader Tom Cross told his members today that he is looking at a run for state treasurer, potentially changing his career plans for the second time in a matter of weeks. Cross informed his fractured House GOP caucus...
  • Quinn names concealed carry appeals board

    Quinn names concealed carry appeals board
    Gov. Pat Quinn on Friday named former federal prosecutors, FBI agents and judges to a seven-member panel to review objections raised by law enforcement to people who apply to carry a concealed firearm under the state’s new law. The move is the...
  • Rauner tossing financial lifeline to Illinois Republicans

    Rauner tossing financial lifeline to Illinois Republicans
    When Bruce Rauner's campaign fund injected $750,000 to the Illinois Republican Party this month, it was another illustration of how the GOP governor candidate has become more than just a big name on the fall ballot. The wealthy equity investor from...
  • Brown's timeline

    1993 - January 8: Seven people slain at the Brown's Chicken and Pasta in Palatine. - March 18: Palatine authorities arrest a 26-year-old Arlington Heights man who allegedly admitted supplying false information that sent investigators searching for a...
  • Man sought hit, police say

    Questioned by police for three days, a former boyfriend of a Glenview woman found slain along with her mother in her home Monday was charged Thursday with solicitation to commit murder. Asked if additional charges would be filed against Chicago...
  • Domestic violence services see cuts

    Nakia Adams said she was gripped by fear and confusion when her ex-boyfriend continued to violate an order of protection she had obtained from a Cook County judge. It wasn't until she turned to Family Rescue, an agency that serves victims of domestic...
  • Red-light camera plan pits Cook County against suburbs

    Red-light camera plan pits Cook County against suburbs
    Arlington Heights Mayor Arlene Mulder paused for a long moment before finishing her suggestion about what Cook County can do with its recently announced plan to use red-light cameras to ticket suburban drivers. "Cook County can just take their cameras,"...