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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
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Zip Codes associated with mount prospect, illinois: 60056
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Mount Pleasant News
Reader photos: Sweet

This photo was taken of two horses at Boone Hall Plantation in Mount Pleasant. I was struck by their sweet gesture.

Gale appointed to library council

On Jan. 1, Larry Gale of Mount Pleasant was appointed by the members of Charleston County Council to the Charleston County Library Board of Trustees.

Burdette honored for career of service

Gerry was deputy city manager for Rock Hill. Dennis Harmon was city administrator for Goose Creek.

American Airlines backs Yorktown's Flight Academy for budding South Carolina pilots

About 4,500 young people went through the Flight Academy at Patriots Point last year. American Airlines has donated $25,000 to expand the program to encourage more minorities to consider a career as a pilot.

Rounding up sheep is new at Brittlebank Park during SouthEastern Wildlife Exhibition

Lucy, one of Bill Coburn's border collies hold a herding demonstration Friday, Feb. 16, 2018 at Brittlebank Park during the Southeastern Wildlife Expo. Grace Beahm Alford/ Staff Bill Coburn with his sheep and border collies get ready for their first Southeastern Wildlife Expo demonstration Friday, Feb. 16, 2018 at Brittlebank Park.

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New shopping center anchored by Lowes Foods to break ground in Mount Pleasant

The Lowes Foods-anchored Market at Mill Creek Shopping Center will sit on S.C. Highway 41 at Wood Park Drive in Mount Pleasant. Provided/Adams Property Group North Carolina-based Lowes Foods supermarket will anchor the new Market at Mill Creek Shopping Center, which breaks ground Monday in Mount Pleasant.

Welkin Coffee is closing its two locations downtown and in Mt. Pleasant

It seems like just yesterday we were walking down Market Street in the swelter of early summer, stopping into Welkin Coffee for the most refreshing iced matcha latte we may have ever encountered. The bright, airy space served up Counter Culture coffee plus local brews, wine, mimosas, and pastries.

Uber Driver Appeals to Public to Find Drunk Homophobe Who Smashed His Phone: WATCH

Michael Reed, an Uber driver, is pleading with the public to help him track down a passenger who hurled anti-gay slurs at him and smashed his phone. The incident took place on New Year's Eve at the Scotchman on Johnnie Dodds Blvd. in Mt.

A dozen outdoor patios to visit right now

Punxsutawney Phil says six more weeks of winter, but, do we really trust a groundhog with predicting how soon we can enjoy an al fresco cocktail? I certainly hope not. There are plenty of spots downtown - and off - that let you soak up the sun, and some suds of your choosing.

The Agenda: N. Chs. stadium costs balloon to over $30M; West Ashley...

$11.5 million was recently spent in secret to buy property for the project. A similar project in Mt.

Joyner Family Dentistry opens

Joyner Family Dentistry announced that they are now open for new patients as of Jan. 11. They are located at 2030 Wambaw Creek Rd, Suite 106, Charleston.

South Carolina utility employs Sensus AMI, creates new customer experience

Just a few miles from the South Carolina coast, the town of Mount Pleasant exudes the southern charm and rich historical resonance that typify the "Lowcountry." And though this may conjure up images of laid-back residents sipping sweet tea on their porch swings, the reality is a little different for the town's water utility .

Price tag for a single high school stadium soars to $34M in North Charleston

The price tag for the Charleston County School District's regional Mount Pleasant football stadium, seen in a rendering here, has ballooned from $8.1 million in 2014 to $16.5 million today, pending a recent budget request. Its counterpart in North Charleston was budgeted at $14.2 million, but the total cost including land purchase could rise to $34 million.

Trump's budget omits harbor deepening funds

President Donald Trump's Civil Works budget for fiscal year 2019 provides no federal funds for the Charleston Harbor deepening project. The budget gives the Army Corps of Engineers, Charleston District , $29 million, of which around $21 million would be used for maintenance dredging of Charleston Harbor.

Herding sheep, ducks with border collies new to SEWE program

Bill Coburn of Windy Knolls Farm in Laurens has been using border collies to herd livestock, such as sheep and ducks, for decades. Provided Bill Coburn of Windy Knolls Farm in Laurens has been using border collies to herd livestock, such as sheep and ducks, for decades.

South Carolina governor candidates promise to protect seniors in AARP forum

Former Lt. Gov. Yancey McGill talks at an AARP forum in Columbia, where six of the eight candidates for South Carolina governor spoke Wednesday.

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