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The city of Palatine is a suburb of nearby Chicago. By the early 1850s, the Illinois and Wisconsin Railroad had made its way to the area. Years later, the railroad failed and the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad took its place. It is the only left-handed railroad in the US because the engines were originally from England. Residents of Palatine are called Palatinians. Famous Palatinians include actress Christina Moore (MADtv, That 70s Show), percussionist Kris Myers (Umphrey's McGee), and musician Ted Nugent.
Local Newspapers: Palatine Countryside Palatine Journal and Topics
Local Sports Teams: Chicago Blackhawks (NHL) Chicago Bulls (NBA) Chicago Cubs (MLB) Chicago White Sox (MLB)
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Palatine library adult book discussion
Palatine Public Library District will host an adult book discussion Friday, Nov. 3. Scheduled from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., the discussion will be on "Spill Simmer Falter Wither" by Sara Baume. It's a story of a friendship between a misfit man and his one-eyed dog.Palatine men accused of using skateboard, fists in attack
Palatine police say a 59-year-old man was recovering Friday from injuries he suffered after three attackers hit him with a skateboard and punched him several times. Police Cmdr.Adopt-A-Family in Palatine Township
Palatine Township is about to start its annual Adopt-A-Family program, providing new clothing, toys and gifts to families in need. Those who wish to participate can sign up at palatinetownship.com no later than Monday, Nov. 6 The township is requesting gift cards be provided in lieu of gifts for parents and guardians.District 211 to sell 62 unused acres in Schaumburg
Palatine-Schaumburg High School District 211 board members Thursday voted 6-1 to sell the 62 acres between Summit Drive and Plum Grove Road, north of Wise Road in Schaumburg. Palatine-Schaumburg High School District 211 will soon start soliciting buyers for an undeveloped 62-acre site it's owned for more than 45 years in a Schaumburg neighborhood.Help homeless high school students
Northwest suburban-based Realtors Against Homelessness will hold a fundraiser Thursday, Nov. 16. The seventh annual fundraiser to benefit homeless Palatine-Schaumburg High School 211 students will be 5 to 9 p.m. at Chandler's Banquets, 401 N. Roselle Road, Schaumburg. There will be raffles and live and silent auctions.District 15 striker quits rather than obey judge's order
Carrie Corona says she chose to take a stand and quit her job at Palatine Township Elementary District 15 than follow a judge's order prohibiting nurses and special education classroom aides from being part of a support employees strike. So, instead of working with special ed students at John G. Conyers Learning Academy in Rolling Meadows, Corona was on the picket line Thursday at Winston Campus elementary and junior high schools in Palatine.Seminars on Medicare Part D in Palatine and Rolling Meadows
State Sen. Tom Rooney and AARP will host two Medicare Part D seminars Monday, Oct. 23, in Palatine and Rolling Meadows for seniors to learn about plan options, costs and how to apply. The first free seminar will be at 10 a.m. in the board room of Palatine village hall, 200 E. Wood St. The next seminar is scheduled for 1 p.m. at the Rolling Meadows Park District Community Center auditorium, 3705 Pheasant Drive.Democrats in 6th District race to debate Sunday in Palatine
Officials from grass-roots organization People Over Party and The Coalition for a Better IL 6th say the 2 p.m. event at the Falcon Park Recreation Center, 2195 N. Hicks St., is the first time all declared candidates in the March 2018 primary will appear together in public. They include Sean Casten, a scientist and clean energy entrepreneur from Downers Grove; Becky Anderson Wilkins, a Naperville City Council member and business owner; Carole Cheney, a congressional aide from Naperville; Amanda Howland, a Lake Zurich attorney and College of Lake County trustee; Kelly Mazeski, a Barrington Hills planning commission member; Jennifer Zordani, a Clarendon Hills lawyer; Grace Haaf, a small-business owner; and Palatine data analyst Ryan Huffman.Suburban Baha'is celebrating 200th anniversary of founder's birth
The Baha'i House of Worship in Wilmette will host several events this weekend commemorating the 200th anniversary of the birth of Baha'u'llah, the religion's founder. Other events are planned throughout the suburbs.Leaders talk about what's happening in Palatine
New initiatives and construction updates were part of a Wednesday community forum that featured presentations made by all local governments serving Palatine. Palatine-Schaumburg High School District 211's associate superintendent for student services, Mark Kovack, treated the gathering of local leaders to a sneak peek at an online resource called a student readiness plan, which will debut soon and offer a plethora of information.Negotiations resume in District 15 support employees strike
Negotiations resumed today in an effort to end a strike by Palatine Township Elementary District 15 secretaries and other support employees. Striking employees and their supporters, totaling about 300 people, marched from a mall parking lot off Northwest Highway in Palatine across the street to District 15 headquarters, where they chanted and sang union songs while the bargaining session occurred inside.Campaign complaints against District 211 winners dismissed
The State Board of Elections on Tuesday dismissed all campaign disclosure violation complaints a Hoffman Estates man filed against the three winners of April's Palatine-Schaumburg High School District 211 election. But election officials deemed further action appropriate for Northwest Suburban Teacher's Union Local 1211 and Trans United Fund Illinois -- two of the three campaign committees against whom Mark Cramer also filed complaints.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.Sound check: Old 97's check in at Durty Nellie's Saturday
The Old 97's , one of the vanguards of the mid-'90s alt-country movement, has been consistently digging deep into the psyches of their songs' varied narrators since their debut album in 1994. But thanks to a perceptive colleague with a good ear for what I might like, "Fight Songs" from 1999 is my go-to album when I need my Old 97's fix.District 15 classroom aides, support employees on strike
Palatine Township Elementary District 15 classroom aides, nurses, secretaries and other support employees went on strike today after an overnight bargaining session ended without a deal. Strikers are on picket lines at the Winston Campus elementary and junior high schools in Palatine.Lester: Will new tax credits keep more Catholic schools from closing?
Archdiocese of Chicago Superintendent of Schools Jim Rigg visits with kindergartners, from left, Johnny Meyers, McKenzie Mitchell and Amelia Rembisz at St. Thomas of Villanova school in Palatine Thursday. Pumpkins are ready for visitors to Didier Farms in Lincolnshire.Nurses, aides, school support staff on strike in Illinois district
More than 450 support staff workers at one of the largest school districts in the state walked off the job Monday morning, but classes were still in session at elementary schools and grade schools in Palatine Community Consolidated School District 15. The Educational Support Personnel Association in Palatine announced the strike shortly after 5 a.m. Monday. The district said it wanted to continue contract negotiations, but the 454-member union said it was time for action.
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