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Buffalo Grove, Illinois was named for the Buffalo Creek that runs through the town. The creek was named after bison bones were found in the area. From early settlement in the 1840s to the 1950s, there were several dairy farms and cheese producers in the area. In fact, for the first half of the 1900s, Buffalo Grove was known for being the primary dairy producer serving the Chicago area. Actor Vince Vaughn (Wedding Crashers, Dodgeball, The Break Up) grew up in Buffalo Grove.

Population: 42644
Local Newspapers: Buffalo Grove Journal and Topics Buffalo Grove Countryside
Local Sports Teams: Chicago Skyliners (ABA) Chicago Steel (USHL) Chicago Wolves (IHL) Chicago Bears (NFL) Chicago Blackhawks (NHL) Chicago Bulls (NBA) Chicago Cubs (MLB) Chicago White Sox (MLB)
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Zip Codes associated with buffalo grove, illinois: 60089
Towns/Cities near buffalo grove, illinois : Long Grove Riverwoods Mettawa Vernon Hills Wheeling Kildeer Lincolnshire Palatine Northbrook

Buffalo Grove News
New CASA volunteers sworn in

At the recent swearing in of Court Appointed Special Advocates for Lake County are, from left: Moira Higgins, Jodie Johnson, Richard Schulman, Pam Maloney, Mary Fenchel, Christine Markantonis, Judge Christopher Morozin, Terri Hooker and Kathy O'Shaughnessy. Family and friends gathered in the Robert W. Depke Juvenile Justice Complex, Vernon Hills, in October to watch the volunteers take an oath promising to advocate for the best interest of children in the Lake County courts.

Constable: After 10 years, Buffalo Grove mom believes she'll find her son

The phone rings with a telemarketer's pitch from Rhododendron, Oregon, Fergus Falls, Minnesota, or some other unfamiliar place, and Beth Nathan rushes to answer. "It could be," the mother says, not needing to add that it never is.

Elk Grove Village sets meeting for tobacco sales ban proposal

Elk Grove Village has scheduled hearings on proposals to either totally ban tobacco sales or increase the age for buying the products to 21. The judicial, planning and zoning committee -- an advisory panel of three village trustees -- will consider the proposals at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 13. The meeting is expected to be contentious, as some business owners and residents have already criticized Mayor Craig Johnson's proposal for an outright ban. Johnson argues the village shouldn't be selling a product guaranteed to harm residents.

The Soapbox: Excellence in Elmhurst, advice in Libertyville, arts in Buffalo Grove and more

Congratulations to Elmhurst College, which is celebrating its highest enrollment -- 3,529 students -- in the school's 146-year history. Elmhurst traces its record to a variety of achievements, from greater financial stability to national recognition for undergraduate teaching.

Buffalo Grove, Wheeling Rotary Clubs kick off Thanksgiving Basket Program

Members of the Buffalo Grove, Wheeling Rotary Club sort through last year's food donations to the Thanksgiving Basket Program. This year, donations are being accepted until Monday, Nov. 13. For information, bgrotary.org.

Buffalo Grove teen diagnosed with POTS finds strength in washing cars

Having a passion for cars, 14-year-old Brandon Bowers, of Buffalo Grove, went down an entrepreneurial route this past summer like many teenagers and started traveling to different northwest suburbs to wash people's cars. But for Bowers, his enterprise, which he dubbed R & B's Hand Car Wash , was more than a way to make some extra cash.

District 102 to spend $3 million to buy administration building

A rendering shows a courtyard outside Aptakisic Junior High School. The district will move its administrative offices from the school to a nearby office building the school board has agreed to buy for $3 million.

Buffalo Grove postpones meeting on Lake Cook plan

Buffalo Grove is postponing a public meeting on the proposed long-term vision for the Lake Cook Corridor until Thursday, Nov. 16, to ensure that the draft presented to the public is as comprehensive as possible, officials said Wednesday. Community members are invited to join the project team at the rescheduled meeting from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Buffalo Grove Village Hall, 50 Raupp Blvd. Residents, business owners, property owners, community leaders and other stakeholders are invited to attend the open house to view and comment on the draft vision.

Buffalo Grove High School to present 'Peter and the Starcatcher'

From left, Lily Shane, Braulio Muro and Antonio Laverd rehearse a scene from "Peter and the Starcatcher," which opens Thursday, Oct. 12, at Buffalo Grove High School. Buffalo Grove junior Antonio Laverd and Buffalo Grove junior Kayce Drevline play Peter and Molly, respectively, in Buffalo Grove High School's production of "Peter and the Starcatcher."

Aptakisic-Tripp illustrates $25 million expansion plan

Aptakisic-Tripp Elementary District 102 unveiled renderings Monday of plans for a $25 million expansion and renovation of school buildings. Spurred by population growth in Buffalo Grove, the district is adding classroom space to Aptakisic Junior High School and Meridian Middle School.

Buffalo Grove creating method for tax-free donations to arts programs

The Buffalo Grove Symphonic Band is one of the groups that could benefit from a move by the village to create a vehicle for tax-free donations to village-sponsored quality-of-life programs. Buffalo Grove is moving ahead with the Waukegan-based Lake County Community Foundation on a proposal to create a special fund that would help bankroll quality-of-life initiatives, such as the Arts Commission and the Buffalo Grove Symphonic Band.

Buffalo Grove studying need for expensive building fixes

Buffalo Grove could be headed for a major face-lift on its village campus, which includes not only village hall, but also the headquarters for police and public works. The discussions, though serious, are purely preliminary.

Elk Grove Village mayor wants total tobacco sales ban

Elk Grove Village may prohibit stores from selling tobacco to residents under age 21 or even ban sales of the products altogether. If it takes the latter step, the village would be one of the first, if not the only, local government in the country to ban tobacco sales.

Buffalo Grove board rejects term limit suggestions

Responding to a suggestion from residents, Buffalo Grove village board members on Monday took up the idea of term limits -- and quickly decided to put it back down. Village President Beverly Sussman said residents brought up the matter at a previous village board meeting.

Buffalo Grove to stage 'Peter and the Starcatcher'

Buffalo Grove High School Theater Arts Program presents a new adaptation of the classic "Peter Pan" in its fall play, "Peter and the Starcatcher." This century-old story of how a miserable orphan becomes the "Boy Who Would Not Grow Up" is retold with limitless possibilities of imagination.

Buffalo Grove High School students crown classmates with Down syndrome king, queen

Buffalo Grove High School students elected Amanda Ewald and Brett Wilkinson, both of Arlington Heights, as the 2017 Homecoming queen and king. Both students have Down syndrome.

Open house on Lake Cook plan in Buffalo Grove

Buffalo Grove will host a public open house on Thursday, Oct. 12 to reveal and gather feedback on the draft vision for the future Lake Cook Corridor. The draft has been shaped by community input and environmental, fiscal, and market realities.

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