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Buffalo Grove, Illinois was named for the Buffalo Creek that runs through the town. The creek was named after bison bones were found in the area. From early settlement in the 1840s to the 1950s, there were several dairy farms and cheese producers in the area. In fact, for the first half of the 1900s, Buffalo Grove was known for being the primary dairy producer serving the Chicago area. Actor Vince Vaughn (Wedding Crashers, Dodgeball, The Break Up) grew up in Buffalo Grove.

Population: 42644
Local Newspapers: Buffalo Grove Journal and Topics Buffalo Grove Countryside
Local Sports Teams: Chicago Skyliners (ABA) Chicago Steel (USHL) Chicago Wolves (IHL) Chicago Bears (NFL) Chicago Blackhawks (NHL) Chicago Bulls (NBA) Chicago Cubs (MLB) Chicago White Sox (MLB)
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Zip Codes associated with buffalo grove, illinois: 60089
Towns/Cities near buffalo grove, illinois : Long Grove Riverwoods Mettawa Vernon Hills Wheeling Kildeer Lincolnshire Palatine Northbrook

Buffalo Grove News
Enter your works in Unlimited Art and Writing Contest

Bill Leece, the former longtime yearbook adviser at Rolling Meadows High School, returns this year to judge prose entries for the Unlimited Art and Writing Contest hosted by the Daily Herald and Northwest Suburban High School District 214. What: Artwork, poetry and prose from individuals residing in Arlington Heights, Buffalo Grove, Elk Grove, Mount Prospect, Prospect Heights, Rolling Meadows and Wheeling.

Stevenson High School students work behind scenes on state bill increasing tobacco age

Members of Stevenson High School's Catalyst Club, senior Borler Wu , junior Devin Smith, senior Claire Brand, senior Serena Pau and senior Katherine Yao talk about their trip to Springfield, where they urged legislators to pass a bill on tobacco purchases. Members of Stevenson High School's Catalyst Club, senior Borler Wu , junior Devin Smith, senior Claire Brand, senior Serena Pau and senior Katherine Yao talk about their trip to Springfield, where they urged legislators to pass a bill on tobacco purchases.

ARxIUMa s RIVA Named Top IV Robot by KLAS for Fifth Consecutive Year

The top ranking was announced in the "2018 Best in KLAS: Software and Services" report and marks the fifth consecutive time RIVA was rated top IV robot by the firm. KLAS develops its top vendor rankings by collecting data from thousands of healthcare providers through surveys and in-depth interviews.

Lincolnshire Culver's set to open in mid-March

According to franchise owner Kevin Weasler, Culver's on Milwaukee Avenue, just north of Half Day Road will open at 10 a.m. Monday, March 12. A ribbon cutting with local dignitaries is scheduled for earlier that morning at the store that is in the same shopping center as Fresh Market that opened in 2013. The restaurant is in the process of hiring more than 60 jobs workers.

Music, theater, stadium upgrades planned in Dist. 214

Northwest Suburban High School District 214 is planning $10.8 million in building additions and upgrades at its schools this summer, including a fine arts music wing at Buffalo Grove High School and small theater at Rolling Meadows High. The projects will wrap up a multiyear district capital program, resulting in $45 million in renovations at all six high schools and the district administration center.

Snow was steady but not a disaster; more is on the waySnow came down...

Snow came down steadily Thursday night and throughout Friday, but it didn't lead to the wintry nightmare many folks in the Chicago area feared. Yes, schools closed, as did many libraries and some government offices and private businesses.

Indian Trails Library hosting legislative breakfast

The Indian Trails Public Library and Northbrook Public Library will host the 28th annual Presidents Day Library Legislative Breakfast on Monday, Feb. 19, at the Arboretum Club, 401 W. Half Day Road in Buffalo Grove. Organized by the Illinois Library Association, the annual event brings more than 100 library trustees, directors and staff members together with their legislative leadership to discuss issues affecting local libraries.

Buffalo Grove cheer coach receives national spirit award

Buffalo Grove High School's Jeffrey Siegal is the recipient of the National Coach of the Year Award for Spirit. Siegal is one of 23 high school coaches from across the country who have been selected as 2017 National Coaches of the Year by the National Federation of State High School Associations' Coaches Association.

Buffalo Grove man charged with sexually abusing teen

A Buffalo Grove man, charged with sexually abusing a 16-year-old girl who was staying with him after a fight with her parents, was ordered held on $50,000 bail Wednesday. Joseph Taglianetti, 53, was charged with aggravated criminal sexual abuse, a felony punishable by up to seven years in prison.

Lake Zurich wins award for safe, sustainable snow fighting

The village of Lake Zurich won the "2017 Safe and Sustainable Snowfighting" award from the Salt Institute for its environmental consciousness and effective management in winter road salt storage. The criteria related to the safe use and storage of salt.

Security Lock Distributors moves to Lincolnshire

Brian Boccie represented a buyer in the purchase of a 41,803 square foot building located at 640 Heathrow Drive in Lincolnshire. Security Lock Distributors, an electrical and mechanical door hardware firm, acquired the high image distribution facility.

Pieces of Lake County's past immortalized in new Illinois bicentennial book

Historical agencies in Lake and McHenry counties dug into their treasure trove of artifacts to find just the right ones to tell the story of their communities. Debbie Fandrei sometimes imagines how Janice Ausbrook looked wearing her green suit as she took a ship from America to reunite with her husband in Japan during the Korean War.

Fisher Container in Buffalo Grove hires veteran COO

Fisher Container , a provider of custom flexible packaging for food and health care packaging, said Monday that Dan Donofrio will join its executive team as chief operations officer. Donofrio brings more than 25 years of operations leadership experience in a variety of packaging related businesses including Solo Cup Company, Pregis and most recently as global vice president -- technical services at HAVI.

Buffalo Grove firefighters honor one of their own at funeral

Firefighters Friday honored Buffalo Grove firefighter/paramedic Kevin Hauber, who died last weekend after a long battle with colon cancer. Hauber's casket was brought to St. Mary's Church for the funeral on a fire truck as part of a procession of emergency vehicles.

KinderCare property sold for $2.27 million

The 7,938-square foot net-leased property sold for $2.27 million, said Steven D. Weinstock, regional manager of the firm's Chicago Oak Brook office. The buyer, a private investor, was secured and represented by Matthew J. Wenger, Chad Lieber and Dominic Sulo, investment specialists in Marcus & Millichap's Chicago Oak Brook office.

Dads, enjoy a night out with your daughter in February

Dads and daughters take to the dance floor during a previous Daddy-Daughter Dance at Buffalo Grove High School. This year's dance is being held Feb. 24, at the school.

Opioid antidote saves lives, but overdose survivors still need help

That's the warning from some public health experts raising concerns over misperceptions about the opioid overdose reversal drug naloxone and its power to save lives. Yes, the drug revives overdosing opioid users who have stopped breathing and saves their lives in that critical moment if a bystander or first responder administers a dose in time.

FBI report: Bank robbers are working the night shift

This suspected serial bank robber is one reason for the rise in suburban holdups last year, authorities say. He's believed responsible for at least eight robberies in the suburbs in 2017, including banks in Woodridge, Elgin, Buffalo Grove, Rosemont, Des Plaines, Lombard and Glen Ellyn.

Lawsuit alleges off-duty Chicago aviation cop acted recklessly in shooting

A lawsuit has been filed on behalf of an 18-year-old who was shot in the stomach by a Chicago Department of Aviation security officer. A lawsuit has been filed on behalf of an 18-year-old who was shot in the stomach by a Chicago Department of Aviation security officer.

Over objections, Buffalo Grove board approves plans for 187 homes

The Link Crossing development approved by Buffalo Grove trustees Monday will include 50 townhouses, down from the 73 initially proposed. Still, many neighbors of the site on the north side of the village say the development has too many homes.

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