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Government, Volunteers in the News
Burton L. Showers, aka “Sarge”, was presented with a Quilt of Valor by seven of his former students at PHS, along with the Gazebo Quilters of Huntley who created the masterpiece.
Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
Steve Herbst was paralyzed after a tragic accident occurred while he was playing football for Palatine High School in 1980. Now he is in the running to win a mobility van to help with his needs, and he needs the local community to help him win.
Volunteers in the News, Awareness
Joe D’Amico is back at it, and plans to run the Los Angeles Marathon on St. Patrick’s Day while dressed as a Shamrock Shake.
Government, Local Connections
Joe Walsh is the newest addition to WIND-AM 560 line-up, and will host Joe Walsh Unplugged weekdays, Robert Feder of Time Out Chicago reports.
Firefighters encountered an object that landed by parachute on a Palatine homeowner's backyard deck. On it, it said it could be flammable and to call the fire department if found.
Jieru Chen and her husband were walking Wednesday in the 400 block of N. Hicks Road when a vehicle backing out of the driveway hit the couple, Chen died from her injuries Thursday.
While incarcerated in the Cook County Jail, inmate Brian Thurman tried hiring someone to kill his 11-year-old accuser, her 16-year-old sister and mother as he faces predatory criminal sexual assault charges.
Piotr Holy, 40, was charged Friday after he shot and killed a neighbor's German Shepard. Holy told police he thought the dog was a coyote.
The Palatine Village Council voted 4-2 in favor of allowing petitioner Steven Brosio to house six hens in a chicken coop on his 1.8 acres of property.
According to recent polls and research, public opinion is shifting since the U.S. Supreme Court decision forty years ago gave women the right to choose abortion.
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