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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

Top Palatine Articles

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  • 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,"...
  • Town joins roll call of tragedy

    Palatine lost its innocence long ago, somewhere in the hurly-burly after World War II. Crime came to town as the population doubled and redoubled in the decades of growth. Burglarly. Drugs. Gangs. Even the occasional ghastly murder to remind residents...
  • Task force to head crime investigation

    Palatine has a police department with 92 employees, 69 of whom are officers. On Saturday, the department needed help. Within minutes after seven bodies were found in a Brown's Chicken & Pasta, police contacted the Cook County sheriff's police for...
  • Broadcast cited in alleged beating of Brown's suspect

    Prosecutors have subpoenaed the tape of a radio broadcast in which a suspended Cook County correctional officer is believed to have discussed allegations he struck a jailed suspect in the Brown's Chicken and Pasta restaurant slayings. Thomas Wilson, 38,...
  • A relative's take: Anger and disgust

    Joyce Sojoodi slipped into a crowded hearing room in the Cook County Criminal Courts building Tuesday, determined to look into the faces of the two men accused of killing her parents and five other people in the 1993 Brown's Chicken & Pasta slayings....
  • Reasons behind flat high school scores

    It's a math problem worthy of the state's brightest students. Illinois grade school students have improved steadily on state exams in the five years since a federal law put pressure on schools to increase scores or risk sanctions. But over that same...
  • Swine flu: Answers to your H1N1 questions

    Swine flu: Answers to your H1N1 questions
    As more H1N1 flu vaccine arrives in the Chicago area, questions linger about the dangers of the virus and the effectiveness of inoculations. Here are edited queries from Tribune readers, with answers: Clarifying who is on the high-risk list, when to...
  • Swine flu Q & A

    Swine flu Q & A
    Part of a baby's protection against the H1N1 flu depends on its most natural interactions with its mother, but other measures are needed as well. Below, Tribune reporters address questions from readers about the swine flu virus: Q: Do newborn children...
  • Body piercing shops still getting into compliance with 2007 Illinois registration law

    Body piercing shops still getting into compliance with 2007 Illinois registration law
    The revelation this month that a Palatine shop apparently has been performing body piercings for years without proper state registration underscores that it could take more time before the growing industry is largely in compliance with the 2007 law,...
  • Emmett's beer not just for the suburbs any more

    Emmett's beer not just for the suburbs any more
    Craft beer is booming in the city, but has thrived on small suburban scales for years. Case in point: Emmett's Brewing Co., which first opened its doors in 1999, and now has brewpubs in Palatine, Downers Grove and West Dundee. Unfortunately for city...
  • Obama reveals first family's favorite snacks

    Obama reveals first family's favorite snacks
    President Obama revealed the first family's snack favorites during a recent appearance at a White House event promoting healthy eating and attended by school children from across the country. Can you guess his? "My big thing, chips and guacamole,''...