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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.

Population: 65479
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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Zip Codes associated with palatine, illinois: 60067 60074
Towns/Cities near palatine, illinois : Inverness Deer Park Rolling Meadows Arlington Heights Wheeling

Palatine News
District 54, Schaumburg police respond to threat against Frost Junior High

School officials and Schaumburg police responded quickly Sunday to a threat made against Frost Junior High by one of its students in a group text. Schaumburg Township Elementary District 54 Superintendent Andy DuRoss related the information to parents of Frost students in a statement emailed Sunday night.

Images: See some of the best pictures by Daily Herald photographers from this past weekend

Every weekend Daily Herald photographers venture out to some of the area's local events. See some of the best images from our Daily Herald photographers that you may have missed this past weekend.

For Wheeling police detective, Polar Plunge was personal

Jumping into the icy water and feeling the shock to his body had extra meaning Sunday for Wheeling police Det. Ricky Giltner.

Palatine book discussion Tuesday

An adult book discussion on "Counterparts: Rappaccini's Daughter" and "Vivisection" is set from 7-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20, at Palatine Public Library District. Participants are expected to explore ideas through meaningful discussion of the short selections from Nathaniel Hawthorne's "Counterparts" and Claude Bernard's "Vivisection" For more information, call 358-5881, ext.

Suburban Heroes: Going above and beyond to help special-needs child

Aimee Brunllieb, left, who works at Carl Sandburg Junior High School in Rolling Meadows, was honored for helping a special-needs boy get home when she came across him as she walked her dog on a cold winter evening. Next to her at a Palatine Township Elementary District 15 school board meeting last month were Director of School Nutrition Services Bobbie Desprat and Superintendent Scott Thompson.

Palatine police: Undercover operation catches indecent exposure suspect

An undercover operation by Palatine police led to the arrest of a man they say previously stood at his apartment window and exposed himself to a woman. Eric Sanders, 42, of the 200 block of West Johnson Street, was charged with one count of misdemeanor public indecency and was freed on bail, police announced Friday.

Old, concerning videos cause stir at Conant High School

Palatine-Schaumburg High School District 211 officials responded Friday to concerns caused by the resurfacing of concerning videos first posted last year by a Conant High School student. The resurfacing of concerning videos from last year by a one-time student at Conant High School in Hoffman Estates caused a stir on both social media as well as at the school itself Friday morning that Palatine-Schaumburg High School District 211 officials acted quickly to address.

Woman who drove getaway car pleads guilty in Rolling Meadows home invasion

The last of four defendants, and the only female charged with a 2016 Rolling Meadows home invasion that injured the 75-year-old homeowner, pleaded guilty Thursday to a lesser charge of robbery. In exchange for her guilty plea, Sarah Wendy, 24, was sentenced to 180 days in Cook County jail and two years probation, prosecutors said.

Heating assistance program available for Palatine Township residents

Palatine Township residents can take advantage of assistance programs to help with home energy costs, including the Low Income Heating and Energy Assistance Program, the Residential Special Hardship Program and the CEDA Furnace Program. This annual program provides financial assistance for costs associated with gas and electric bills during the winter months for income qualified individuals and families.

Palatine advisory panel backs health club in former Dominick's store

A Palatine advisory panel has endorsed plans for a health club to occupy part of a shuttered Dominick's Finer Foods. Crunch Fitness would redevelop about 21,000 square feet of the 56,000-square-foot Dominick's on the northeast corner of Euclid Avenue and Quentin Road that was part of an overall chain shutdown in December 2013.

Palatine Township GOP endorses Rauner

The Palatine Township Republican Organization is endorsing Gov. Bruce Rauner in the GOP primary over challenger state Rep. Jeanne Ives, organization leaders have announced. "Hundreds of Republicans voted in our endorsement session," said township Committeeman Aaron Del Mar. "They listened to the candidates, asked some very probing questions and then voted for their choices."

Songs of heartbreak lead to award-winning movie for Arlington Heights woman

Singer and songwriter Alyssa Robbins dealt with the heartbreaking end of a romantic relationship by returning to her mom's house in Palatine, where she put her emotions to music. Now, Robbins' life and songs are on the big screen in an award-winning movie, "Becks."

Palatine readers help Little City

Palatine Public Library District officials announced that participants went well beyond a 5,000-book goal for the winter reading challenge, meaning Palatine Bank and Trust and Warehouse Direct each donated $1,000 to Little City in Palatine. The library's winter reading program ran from Dec. 15 through Jan. 31, with the goal being met Jan. 20. The final count was 7,729 books read, which topped the 2016-17 effort.

6th Congressional District candidates banking cash for primary run

Democrats running to be the party's nominee in the 6th U.S. Congressional District are all stockpiling funds for the remaining five weeks of the campaign before the March 20 primary. The candidates are Sean Casten, Carole Cheney, Amanda Howland, Ryan Huffman, Kelly Mazeski, Becky Anderson Wilkins and Jennifer Zordani.

District 15, support workers have tentative deal

Palatine Township Elementary District 15 has reached a tentative contract agreement with support employees who went on strike and returned to work without a deal in October. District 15 spokeswoman Morgan Delack said the tentative deal was reached Thursday with the Educational Support Personnel Association union.

Photo's Hotdogs in Palatine to honor closed eatery's gift cards

Jim Photopoulos, owner of Photo's Hotdogs in Palatine, says he will honor gift cards from the recently closed original location in Mount Prospect even though he hasn't owned it for years. Though Angelo Spiezia of Mount Prospect was saddened to learn the new owners of the Photo's Hotdogs location in his village had closed shop last week, he soon found a silver lining in the original owner's commitment to honor outstanding gift cards at his Palatine restaurant.

Palatine Library celebrates the Oscars

Join Daily Herald film critic Dann Gire, and film historian and novelist Raymond Benson as they discuss their Oscar picks from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 14. See if their predictions for the Oscar winners match yours. Will you guess the Oscar winners? Look for the Oscar contest display in the lobby of the Main Library Monday, Feb. 26, through Sunday, March 4. Guess the Oscar winners before the Academy Awards Show March 4. One lucky winner will receive a prize basket and a $10 Target gift card.

Palatine OKs pizzeria location shift, Pita Pita kitchen expansion

Palatine village council members have approved a new pizzeria's request to open one space down from its original location in a Northwest Highway mall, as well as a second restaurant's request to expand its kitchen facilities. Under the initial plan, Pizzateca was to open at 235 W. Northwest Highway next to Dunkin' Donuts in the United Center mall, just west of Smith Street.

Palatine Township GOP upheaval continues: Rep. Morrison responds to Aaron Del Mar

Repercussions continue over the Palatine Township Republican Organization's endorsement session Tuesday night as angry Republicans publicly air their frustrations over how the meeting and voting was handled. Members are demanding more transparency about the process, as the endorsement session determines the sample ballots Republicans will receive before the March 20th primary.

Palatine High School transgender student appeals locker room ruling

Palatine High School transgender student Nova Maday is appealing a Cook County judge's ruling that denies her full access to a girls locker room at school. Judge Thomas Allen's decision Jan. 25 upheld a Palatine-Schaumburg High School District 211 policy that allows Maday into the locker room, but requires her to use a private changing stall.

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