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The city of Elgin is located forty miles northwest of Chicago along the Fox River. In 1835 Hezekiah and brother James T. Gifford established the city and named it after the old Scottish hymn titled "The Song of Elgin." Elgin was known for their dairy industry, which sold butter and other dairy products to nearby Chicago. When the Elgin Watch Company was founded, the dairy industry waned, and the new watch factory became the largest producer of fine watches in the nation.

Population: 94487
Local Newspapers: Courier News Chicago Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Chicago Bears (NFL) Chicago Blackhawks (NHL) Chicago Bulls (NBA) Chicago Cubs (MLB) Chicago White Sox (MLB)
Local Colleges: Judson University

Zip Codes associated with elgin, illinois: 60120 60123
Towns/Cities near elgin, illinois : Carpentersville West Dundee Sleepy Hollow Streamwood Pingree Grove Wayne Campton Hills

Elgin News
Elgin recognizes Ellis, White with Martin Luther King awards

Elgin Area School District U-46 Board Member Traci O'Neal Ellis received Elgin's 2018 Dr. King Humanitarian Award while Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White was honored with its Dr. King Legacy Award at a prayer breakfast Saturday during the city's 33rd annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration. Ellis' recognition was but one example of the event's emphasis on education.

Local adults need help learning English and improving their reading skills

The Literacy Connection is offering a Volunteer Tutor Training from 6 to 9 p.m. Jan. 16, 18, 29 and 31, at the Gail Borden Public Library, 270 N. Grove Ave., Elgin. The first hour of training will be a no-obligation introduction to the volunteer tutoring program.

YWCA Elgin seeks 2018 Leader Luncheon Awards nominations

The YWCA Elgin will host its 35th annual Leader Luncheon on Thursday, May 10, 2018 at The Seville in Streamwood. Do you know a woman in the Elgin area who has demonstrated qualities of leadership and commitment to excellence? Nominations for a YWCA Elgin Leader Luncheon Award are now open in the following categories: • Margaret Hillis Award for the Arts: Hillis was the Elgin Symphony Orchestra music director for 14 years and conducted the Chicago Symphony Chorus for 35 years.

Men call for pizza, then assault and steal driver's car in Elgin

Julio Hernandez, Justin Tackett and Marco Sarmiento were charged after a pizza delivery driver was robbed and his car stolen Tuesday, Elgin police said. Three men were charged with armed robbery after they ordered a pizza to be delivered then assaulted the driver and stole his car, Elgin police said.

Fox Valley police reports

Someone appeared to have opened and rummaged through several unlocked vehicles parked outside in that area, and the doors were left slightly ajar. • Mary Lampugnano, 57, of Elgin, was charged Sunday with retail theft, Carpentersville police said.

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U-46 administrator, school board member nominees for MLK award

Ronald Raglin, Elgin Area School District U-46 assistant superintendent of educational support programs and alignment, and school board member Traci O'Neal Ellis are nominees for Elgin's MLK Humanitarian Award. Elgin Area School District U-46 school board member Traci O'Neal Ellis and Ronald Raglin, U-46 assistant superintendent of educational support programs and alignment, are contenders for Elgin's MLK Humanitarian Award.

Kane prosecutors and staff to help pick up duties after victims rights grant denied

Prosecutors and support staff at the Kane County state's attorney's office will try to fulfill some of the duties of advocates in the Victims' Rights Unit, which is being disbanded because the county lost out on a grant last month. State's Attorney Joe McMahon said during his monthly media meeting Tuesday he also will work with domestic violence shelters -- Mutual Ground in Aurora and the Community Crisis Center in Elgin -- to see what support services they can provide.

Elgin church continues 'Live Love' symposium Jan. 14

First Congregational Church of Elgin invites the community to the "Live Love, Stop Hate Symposium and Dinner" from 5 to 7 p.m. Sundays through February at the church, 256 E. Chicago St., Elgin. It will feature a free dinner and keynote speaker as you can learn more about the issues that face your neighbors and put your faith into action through understanding and love.

Why Is There So Much Government Hostility to Private Charity?by...

This selfless act seemed a good thing, praiseworthy even. But the petty autocrats that run Elgin's city government thought otherwise.

Elgin rally in conjunction with women's marches Jan. 20

The second annual rally in Elgin designed to send the message the city is welcoming and inclusive is Jan. 20, held in conjunction with and in support of women's marches across the country. "Elgin Standing Together" is 2 to 4 p.m. at the Hemmens Cultural Center, 45 Symphony Way.

Explore 'Grossology' with Elgin museum Jan. 12

Join the Elgin Public Museum for "Grossology: Family Science Night" from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 12, at the museum at 225 Grand Blvd. in Lords Park. The fee is $2 or free for museum members.

Elgin Community College announces 2018 Distinguished Alumni Award winners

Ronald Krivosik, left, and Julie Lichtenberg are the 2018 Distinguished Alumni Award winners. They will be honored at the Elgin Community College Foundation's annual Founders' Day Celebration and Luncheon Feb. 18. The winners will be recognized during the Elgin Community College Foundation's annual Founders' Day Celebration and Luncheon on Sunday, Feb. 18, at the college's main campus, 1700 Spartan Drive, Elgin.

Elgin mayor: Homeless people were not at risk of being left in the cold when makeshift shelter closed

Homeless people who were staying in a local man's basement were never at risk of being thrown out in the cold, Elgin Mayor David Kaptain said Monday. Homeless people who were staying in a local man's basement were never at risk of being thrown out in the cold, Elgin Mayor David Kaptain said Monday.

ECC invites community to provide feedback on nursing program at Feb. 21 meeting

The community is invited to share their comments, feedback and insights on Elgin Community College's nursing program as part of the ACEN accreditation process. Elgin Community College will host an on-site review meeting for continuing accreditation of its Associate of Applied Science in Nursing Program by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing.

Man Who Sheltered Homeless People in His Basement Stops After City Order

A man from a suburb of Chicago who opened his basement to homeless people on freezing nights last month has complied with a local government order to stop. "These people are my friends," the man, Greg Schiller, who has worked with the homeless community in Elgin, Ill., for several years, said in an interview with AM 560 in Chicago on Friday.

Join in honoring Martin Luther King Jr. at prayer breakfasts, Days of Service

The choir and musicians from Second Baptist Church in Elgin will lead worship during Judson University's Martin Luther King Jr. Day chapel service on Monday, Jan. 15. Naomi King, Martin Luther King's sister-in-law, will speak at the Aurora's MLK: Remembering Martin celebration on Monday, Jan. 15. Secretary of State Jesse White will be the keynote speaker at Elgin's Martin Luther King Breakfast Saturday, Jan. 13. The Rev. Zina Jacque, pastor of the Community Church of Barrington, will speak at FaithBridge's Martin Luther King Jr. Interfaith Prayer Breakfast on Monday, Jan. 15. The Rev.

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