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Niles Building & Zoning Committee To Hear Update On Contracted Health Inspections | Journal & Topics Media Group
Niles Village Hall.Niles officials contracted village health inspections to Health Inspection Professionals in May on an interim basis through mid-October. Members of Niles Building & Zoning Committee will hear an update on inspections at today’s (Wednesday) meeting as they deliberate on how to move
Disgraced Former Police Commander Jon Burge Dies: Reports
Jon Burge, the former police commander at the center of dozens of cases of police brutality and torture resulting in several multimillion-dollar settlements, died Wednesday, according to multiple reports.
Dist. 62 Approves Final Budget For 2018-19 | Journal & Topics Media Group
Property tax levies are amounts of taxpayer money that public bodies request to fund annual operations. In July, newly hired Dist. 62 Supt. of Business Mark Bertolozzi said the increase is based on Consumer Price Index, a measure of the change in price for typical household goods.
Armed Robbery Charges For Duo Arrested After Chase: Blotter
GLENVIEW, IL — The following information comes from the Glenview Police Department as a record of police activity, including incidents reported by the public and those arrested by Glenview police. Criminal charges represent accusations by the state and are often dropped or reduced. Updated informati
[ACCIDENT] C6 Corvette Punches a Hole In a Brick Building in Chicago Suburb of Skokie - Corvette: Sales, News & Lifestyle
The Corvette crashed into the side of a building in the 3900 block of Oakton Street, near Crawford Avenue, just before midnight Saturday.
Looking beyond retail to revitalize tired Morton Grove shopping center
A venture led by Oak Brook-based Kensington Development Partners is mulling apartments, a hotel, medical offices and other uses at Prairie View Plaza, a 310,000-square-foot shopping center on a 26-acre site at the southeast corner of Dempster Street and Waukegan Road, said Kensington Principal John
Looking To Run For Park Ridge Park Board? | Journal & Topics Media Group
Three seats are up for reelection at the Park Ridge Park District board in the April 2, 2019 election. These are currently held by Mel Thillens, Jim O’Brien and Cindy Grau.
River Grove Police put a freeze on fall heat with ice cream
The Cone with a Cop event, hosted by River Grove McDonald's, on Monday, September 17, at 8800 W. Grand, which aimed to bring the community together, did just that by serving up 160 Vanilla Cones to customers.
Lane Closure Scheduled On Cumberland Exit Into Park Ridge | Journal & Topics Media Group
The Illinois Dept. of Transportation announced that as part of the ongoing improvements to the inbound Kennedy Expressway (I-90), the far right exit lane to northbound Cumberland Avenue (Illinois 171) will be closed for approximately two weeks beginning, weather permitting, Thursday, Sept. 20.
Man Sought For Retail Theft At Palatine Walmart: Police
PALATINE, IL — The Palatine Police Department is asking for your help in identifying the pictured unknown retail theft offender they said went into the Palatine Walmart between 9:30 p.m. and 11 p.m. on Sept. 13 and stole $1,400 worth of hoverboards and other items. Police said the offender left the
Partner of Chicago police officer on trial for murder said victim was a threat
Officer Joseph Walsh and Jason Van Dyke responded to assist officers dealing with McDonald, 17, on October 20, 2014. Prosecutors said Van Dyke fired 16 shots at McDonald within six seconds of arriving on the scene.
Ex-Marine admits killing 2 suburban Chicago girls
A judge sentenced Jorge Torrez, 30, to 100 years in prison under a plea deal with prosecutors for the fatal stabbings of 8-year-old Laura Hobbs and 9-year-old Krystal Tobias on Mother's Day 2005 at the Beulah Park Forest Preserve in Zion, near the Illinois-Wisconsin state line.
Prospect Students Share Passion Of French Culture With Community | Journal & Topics Media Group
Hensler and more than a dozen students in Prospect’s French Club recently participated in “Marché Français – A Farmer’s Market with a French Twist” in Mount Prospect. The Sept. 9 French-themed market also featured French linens, jewelry, photography and children’s books.
These Are the Hardest Colleges to Get Into in Ill.: Report
A new ranking from Niche, a website that provides reviews of schools across the country, has revealed the hardest colleges to get into in Illinois for 2019, dubbing the University of Chicago as the toughest college in the state.
Car Burglar Swipes Suitcase Filled With Cash In Oak Park: Cops
OAK PARK, IL — Police in Oak Park are investigating a vehicle burglary in which the suspect or suspects stole a suitcase that contained close to $5,000 in cash. According to a police report, the car was burglarized around 1:10 p.m. Monday while the car was left unattended for about four minutes.
Top 10 Subdivisions in Niles, IL - September 2018
Bunker Hill- 5 homes for sale (Avg: $335,000)Bunker Hill is a single family homes and condo subdivision. The condos were built in the early 1990's, the single family homes were built in the late 1950's to mid 1960's. Bunker Hill is located in Niles, Illinois east Milwaukee Avenue Between Devon Road
Kanye West says he's 'moving back to Chicago and never leaving again'
@chancetherapperjust brought out@kanyewestat@OpenMikeChicagoand he announced he’s moving back to Chicago FOR GOOD ???pic.twitter.com/1H5Rt1ACLH— JAMESTYLERS (@JamesTylers)
Judge Throws Out Conviction in Illinois Student’s Death
This undated photo provided by the Jackson County Sheriffs Office in Murphysboro, Ill., shows Gaege Bethune. A Jackson County judge vacated Bethune’s first-degree murder conviction Monday, Sept. 17, 2018, in the 2014 death of Southern Illinois University student Pravin Varughese. A jury had convicte
Drunk Driver Drives Into Traffic, Blows 2 Times Legal Limit: Cops
RIVERSIDE, IL — A Cicero man was arrested for drunk driving after weaving across lanes and driving into oncoming traffic, police said. An officer on patrol at 1:42 a.m. Sunday saw a car weaving all over on Longcommon Road, and the car then drove into oncoming traffic and bounced off curbs.
Pregis Invests $10M in Its Sharp Packaging Systems Operation
Deerfield, IL—Pregis LLChas invested more than $10 million in manufacturing upgrades which include a blown film line and enhanced printing capabilities in its Sharp Packaging flexible packaging operation in Sussex, WI.