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The first people to settle in what is now Mount Prospect, Illinois were primarily from New England. However, in the early 1840s, the majority of these settlers left for various reasons such as moving west for gold or religious reasons, or moving back east. In 1848 a large wave of German immigrants came to America and moved out west. Mount Prospect was primarily settled by Lutheran Germans whose hopes were to establish a community. They were successful in their goal, producing a German speaking, farming community.

Population: 56265
Local Newspapers: Mount Prospect Times Mount Prospect Journal
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Zip Codes associated with mount prospect, illinois: 60056
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Mount Pleasant News
Tree Bank Grant applications due Oct. 31

"The Tree Bank Grant program is an excellent opportunity for individuals and groups to enhance green space while defraying some of the financial burden," said Special Events Manager Nicole Harvey.

Students trace Martin Luther's legacy in Charleston churches

Students from University School of the Lowcountry walk through the sanctuary of St. Matthew's Lutheran Church on Wednesday, October 18, 2017. The students were at the King Street church as part of their study of the Protestant Reformation, which is having its 500th anniversary this year.

Control and sway of Mount Pleasant Town Council to be decided in Nov. 7 election

Council Chambers are located in the round portion of the new Mount Pleasant Town Hall. On Nov. 7, the town's voters will decide who will fill many of the seats on council.

Reader photos: Your 'Dark' photos were illuminating; now scare us with 'Spooky' images

Your "Dark" photos were illuminating. It was hard to pick just two photos from the 32 entries, so we went with our three favorites.

Nancy Mace Trumps Twitter Trolls

Trolls on Twitter plant a story, which gets picked up by political blogs, when then gets picked up by mainstream media which leads to an embarrassing black eye for the political candidate targeted by the "hit." In the case of an attempted Twitter-slam against South Carolina House District 99 frontrunner Nancy Mace this week, though, it wasn't .

Mt. Pleasant historic site prepares for 20th annual naturalization ceremony

The 20th annual ceremony will be held on the grounds of Snee Farm, which Charles Pinckney once owned. Pinckney was a drafter and signer of the U.S. Constitution and greatly contributed to South Carolina's development.

Lowcountry restaurants hold parties for Darius Rucker album release

The LongHorn Steakhouses in North Charleston and Mount Pleasant are holding album listening parties for fans of the artist from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Rucker rose to prominence in the early 1990s as the lead singer and rhythm guitarist for the group Hootie and The Blowfish. He has since made a successful career as a solo country artist.

Comcast Xfinity store hosts pop-up party to benefit Down Syndrome Association of the Lowcountry

You may remember local potter Christian Royal - last month he was featured on an episode of INSP's Handcrafted America , a show that features craftsmen and women from around the country. Well, Royal, who has Down Syndrome, decided that he wanted to help INSP throw a party in Charleston.

QuickFoxes founder not threatened by impending UberEats arrival

Yesterday, P&C got wind that UberEats is coming to Charleston. UberEats would not confirm the date of the launch to us, but said it would be happening soon.

Santos seeks reeclection on Mt. P Council

Gary Santos is running for re-election to the Mount Pleasant Town Council on Nov. 7. Santos has served on Council for 17 years and has served as Mayor Pro Tem for the last two years.

Wando Theatre tells their tales

Madeline Sturdivant, Emily Davis, Larsyn Vandermast, Brooklyn Cantey, Ash Comire, Emma Wander, Katie Casey, Max Szoke discuss their tales in Wando Theatre's Canterbury Tales.

Helping Out for Oct. 18, 2017

Helping Out highlights some of the many charitable events and activities going on in the Charleston area. Submissions should be sent to .

Heart of Gold gallery is a music lover's paradise

At the entrance to the Heart of Gold Gallery, one of the first photographs that greets you from the outside is a large black-and-white photograph of the late David Bowie performing in New York City in 1973. "David Bowie" by Neal Preston is one of many photographs of cultural icons on display at Heart of Gold Gallery in Mount Pleasant.

Charleston County's online survey floats idea to use Greenbelt funds to buy flood-prone properties

Charleston County is conducting an online survey to gauge what types of greenbelt projects residents want over the next five years. One new option, at least in the survey, is to use the program's funds to buy out frequently flooded properties.

Wando marching band community performance this Saturday

Wando Marching Band hosts a community performance of "Electra" Saturday evening, Oct. 21, at the Wando Stadium 1560 Mathis Ferry Rd. Wando Marching Band hosts a community performance of "Electra" Saturday evening, Oct. 21, at the Wando Stadium 1560 Mathis Ferry Rd. The Wando Marching Band hosts a community performance of "Electra" Saturday evening, ... (more)

Mount Pleasant mayoral candidate Will Haynie: Town's growth 'the only issue' in election

In 2010, Will Haynie moved back to a town much changed since his early years there, and his discontent spawned opinion columns, a successful run for Town Council and his campaign for mayor. "I started realizing that everywhere I went in town, all people were talking about was how fast it's growing and changing," said Haynie, 56, who is challenging Mayor Linda Page in the Nov. 7 election.

Mount Pleasant mayoral candidate Linda Page: Town's issues 'are all fixable'

Linda Page is seeking re-election as mayor of a fast-growing and prosperous town with low unemployment, high household incomes, low taxes and soaring property values. That may sound like an incumbent's ideal recipe for re-election.

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