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Schaumburg is located in northeastern Illinois, less than thirty miles northwest of downtown Chicago. The city is home to the Motorola world headquarters. It is also the site of one out of two IKEA stores in the state of Illinois. Also found in Schaumburg is the third largest shopping mall in the United States, the Woodfield Mall. The mall features over three-hundred stores. Also there is a Medieval Times restaurant, a dinner theater chain, which is one of only nine locations in America.
Local Newspapers: Schaumburg Review
Local Sports Teams: Schaumburg Flyers (NLB)
Local Colleges: Roosevelt University
Zip Codes associated with schaumburg, illinois:
60101 61101 61102 61103 61104 61107 61108 61109 61111 61114
Towns/Cities near schaumburg, illinois : Rolling Meadows Elk Grove Palatine Roselle Hanover Park Streamwood
Schaumburg firefighters on scene of blaze on southwest side
Schaumburg firefighters are at the scene of a blaze reported in an industrial area on the southwest side of the village. Mercury Drive between Wise and Irving Park roads was shut down as firefighters responded to the scene of the fire, according to the village.Small fire extinguished at Schaumburg manufacturing facility
Schaumburg firefighters quickly extinguished a blaze Wednesday morning at a manufacturing facility on the southwest side of the village. No one was injured.Berlin on why he dropped ex-Schaumburg cop's case: Informant was under investigation
Terrance O'Brien was one of three former Schaumburg cops accused of shaking down drug dealers and peddling narcotics in DuPage County. DuPage County State's Attorney Robert B. Berlin said Tuesday night the revelation of a criminal investigation of a key informant led him to suddenly drop, a day before trial last week, all charges against a former Schaumburg cop accused of running a drug-dealing operation with two fellow officers.Dining out: Lent specials at Morton's, Hofbrauhaus, Portillo's & more
For Lent, Morton's will offer a $39 steamed twin lobster tail special from 5 p.m. to close every Friday between now and Easter . The deal will be available at the Naperville, Northbrook, Rosemont, Schaumburg, State Street and Wacker Place restaurants.Bowman Appoints Lead XRF Scientist
Timothy He, Bowman In his new position he is responsible for the expansion of XRF applications for coating measurement technology, with a focus on EPIG, ENEPIG and other PCB applications, and will also lead the team for materials integrity testing. Bowman , a U.S. manufacturer of XRF coating measurement instruments, appointed Timothy He as their principal XRF scientist.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.A cop was accused of helping run a drug ring. Why the case fell apart ...
Under pressure to reveal why they suddenly dropped charges against a former Schaumburg, Ill., police officer accused of stealing and dealing drugs, DuPage County prosecutors told a defense attorney they would share the information privately, the lawyer said. Publicly, the state's attorney's office has remained tight-lipped about why the case against ex-cop John Cichy fell apart last week on the day he was to go to trial, despite evidence that they'd said included surveillance footage of him stealing $20,000 of planted cash from a storage locker.Weekend picks: New Jersey comedian Bret Ernst plays Pheasant Run
Gin Blossoms celebrate 25 years of "New MIserable Experience" Saturday, Feb. 17, at the Arcada Theatre with Take the Reins. Comedian Bret Ernst returns to perform a series of standup gigs at Zanies at Pheasant Run Resort, 4051 E. Main St., St. Charles.Suzanne M. Olbricht, MD, FAAD, to Assume Presidency of American Academy of Dermatology
Suzanne M. Olbricht, MD, FAAD, a Boston-based dermatologist, will begin her one-year term as president of the American Academy of Dermatology on Tuesday, Feb. 20, at the conclusion of the 2018 AAD Annual Meeting in San Diego. As president, Dr. Olbricht will lead the world's largest dermatologic society, representing more than 19,000 physicians specializing in the diagnosis and medical, surgical and cosmetic treatment of skin, hair and nail conditions.GOP candidates debate who can defeat Mussman
Jillian Bernas, left, and Charlotte Kegarise, right, are seeking the Republican nomination for the 56th District seat in the state House. Jillian Rose Bernas and Charlotte Kegarise's most basic disagreement in their race for the Republican nomination in the 56th state House District is over which is more capable of defeating four-term Democratic incumbent Michelle Mussman of Schaumburg in November.YALSA names 2018 Great Graphic Novels for Teens
The Young Adult Library Services Association , a division of the American Library Association , has announced its 2018 Great Graphic Novels for Teens list. The list of 115 titles, drawn from 190 official nominations, is presented annually at the ALA Midwinter Meeting.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.Black History Month play in Schaumburg highlights last day of King
Powerhouse Productions' 2018 Black History Month play, "Last Night as King," features a diverse cast and will tell the story of the final 24 hours of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Powerhouse Productions' 2018 Black History Month play, "Last Night as King," will be performed Feb. 24 at Schaumburg's Al Larson Prairie Center for the Arts.Schaumburg mulls three bids for 55 acres near airport
Schaumburg planners are assessing three purchase bids and development proposals for the 55-acre, village-owned Murzyn-Anderson property near the southwest corner of Irving Park and Rodenburg roads. ML Realty Partners in Itasca bid $1 million to buy the site for a 136,000-square-foot industrial property.Attorneys for cops convicted in drug ring: Show us evidence that...
Former Schaumburg police officer John Cichy woke Wednesday a free man, no longer burdened by dozens of felony charges that pointed to his involvement in a drug ring. Meanwhile, his two co-defendants, also former Schaumburg officers, are on their way back to Illinois prisons to resume serving 24- and 26-year prison sentences in connection with the same drug operation.Prosecutors to drop charges against ex-Schaumburg cop accused in drug ring: sources
John Cichy looks to the gallery filled with his family and friends, Jan. 31, 2013, during an appearance in DuPage County Court in Wheaton. John Cichy looks to the gallery filled with his family and friends, Jan. 31, 2013, during an appearance in DuPage County Court in Wheaton.56th District GOP hopefuls debate property tax relief
Both candidates in the Republican primary for the 56th state House District see fixing escalating property taxes as a key to keeping Illinois livable, but they offer different approaches to tackling the problem. Char Kegarise, a 24-year member of the Schaumburg Township Elementary District 54 school board, says school funding reform is a major step toward relieving homeowners' property tax burden.
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