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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.
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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Holiday concert Dec. 7 at Aspen Drive Library
A singing group called Encore! will perform a holiday concert at the Aspen Drive Library in Vernon Hills on Dec. 7. The group, an ensemble from the Buffalo Grove Singers adult choir, will perform holiday songs starting at 7 p.m. at the library, 701 Aspen Drive. Admission is free.Buffalo Grove's Hartstein drops out of state House race
Former Buffalo Grove Mayor Elliott Hartstein on Monday announced he's dropping out of the race for the state House 59th District seat. Hartstein's decision comes one month after he said he was running for the post now held by Democrat Carol Sente of Vernon Hills.Rotary connections aid teens' visit to Germany
Arlington Heights Rotary Club President Jim Thomson, left, displays the Rotary flag brought back from Altena, Germany, by Lauryn Lintner, second from left. Also pictured are Lauryn's grandfather, Mike Silverman, and Christina Ruterschmidt.Interfaith Thanksgiving service promotes understanding, mercy
For 27 years, the annual interfaith Thanksgiving celebration in the Buffalo Grove area has brought members of local Christian and Jewish congregations together in prayer. The Northwest Suburban Interfaith Council was founded in 1990 with the aim of overcoming bigotry in the suburbs after anti-Semitic graffiti was discovered on the Northwest Suburban Jewish Community Center.District 214 head named Illinois Superintendent of the Year
David R. Schuler of Northwest Suburban High School District 214 has been named the 2018 Illinois Superintendent of the Year by the Illinois Association of School Administrators. The award was presented Saturday morning at a conference in Chicago.Buffalo Grove unveils latest plan to revive Lake-Cook Road corridor
The Town Center would be transformed into a walkable city center with a new two-way Main Street, a public plaza, as well as restaurant, retail and entertainment venues, with residential development lining the street under plans unveiled Thursday by Buffalo Grove planners and consultants. Chase Plaza would be modernized into a retail plaza and office park under plans unveiled Thursday by Buffalo Grove planners and consultants.Stevenson High student to play Carnegie Hall
Stevenson High School senior and violinist Justin Lee will play at New York City's famed Carnegie Hall in February. Lee, of Buffalo Grove, is among nearly 700 performers selected to perform as part of the 2018 High School Honors Performance Series.Buffalo Grove's proposed budget includes 3.1% levy increase
Buffalo Grove officials presented a proposed 2018 budget that is up less than 1 percent but has a proposed property tax levy increase of 3.1 percent, which officials blamed on reduced revenue from the state. "Our legislators have not been kind to municipalities this year," he told the board at Monday's meeting.Mundelein moving ahead with plan to increase tobacco age
Trustees are divided, but Mundelein officials are going to develop an ordinance that would restrict the sale of cigarettes, other tobacco products and e-cigarettes to people 21 or older. Following a lengthy debate Monday night, three of the board's six trustees supported increasing the minimum age for buying tobacco products from 18, while two strongly opposed such a change.Are Holiday Cards Still Relevant?
BUFFALO GROVE, Ill: The holiday season is officially here. People are planning their lists and beginning to look for gift ideas for family and friends.District 21 interviewing superintendent candidates Saturday
Wheeling Elementary District 21 school board members will conduct a marathon round of interviews Saturday, Nov. 11, with seven candidates for the superintendent job. Search firm BWP and Associates collected some 45 applications for the position and winnowed those to seven to bring to the board, which will conduct the in-person interviews Saturday in closed session.New Vernon Township supervisor will run for state Rep. Carol Sente's seat
Vernon Township Supervisor Daniel Didech announced he is going to run to replace Democratic state Rep. Carol Sente after she steps down as the representative for the 59th Illinois House District at the end of her term. Didech, a Buffalo Grove Democrat, began serving as Vernon Township supervisor in April.Riders wincing as Metra service cuts, fare hikes loomService cuts...
Metra's raised fares three years in a row and might approve a fourth hike Friday, but leaders are combining the hit with service cuts, a move that cuts some riders to the quick. The railroad's popular Union Pacific and BNSF routes are spared, but the North Central Service, Milwaukee North, SouthWest Service and Rock Island lines will see some consolidations or cancellations.#TBT Gallery looks back at suburban churches
A traditional Christian church's interior architecture may reflect the most iconic Christian symbol, the cross. A center isle meets the front edge of the pews, and the pulpit is at the cross of the intersecting lines.Buffalo Grove's Plaza Verde West shopping center gets new name
James Sayegh, whose Elmdale Partners bought the plaza nearly a year ago, said the center at 1315-1515 W. Dundee Road now will be called Grove's Edge. "We are seeking to rebrand, because it is confusing being Plaza Verde West," Sayegh said.Will Island Lake increase age to buy cigarettes to 21?
Those who want to increase the legal age for buying or possessing tobacco products to 21 in Illinois communities may soon learn if the Island Lake village board is an ally or foe. Trustees on Thursday will debate boosting the legal age for buying cigarettes in town to 21, from 18. Officials also will discuss whether to make 21 the legal age for possessing cigarettes and other tobacco products in town.Man charged with sexually abusing Palatine girl
A 21-year-old man charged with sexually abusing a Palatine girl he met on a social media site was ordered held on $75,000 bail Tuesday. Juan Dimas-Cordero was charged with aggravated criminal sexual abuse, a class 2 felony that carries a maximum sentence of up to seven years in prison.District 214 schools to participate in Latino Summit
Thirteen Northwest suburban schools, including seven District 214 schools, will participate in the annual Latino Summit at Harper College Friday, Nov. 17. More than 300 Latino high school students will participate in the 17th annual event at Harper College, which will include students from District 214's Buffalo Grove, Elk Grove, John Hersey, Rolling Meadows, Wheeling, Vanguard, and Newcomer Center schools. The purpose of Latino Summit is to improve academic achievement among Latino students and to encourage the pursuit of higher education.Buffalo Grove hosting open house on Lake Cook Corridor
Buffalo Grove will host an open house Thursday, Nov. 16, to reveal the draft vision of the future Lake Cook Corridor and gather feedback from residents, business owners and others interested. The open house is scheduled for 6 to 8 p.m. Nov. 16, at Buffalo Grove Village Hall, 50 Raupp Blvd., Buffalo Grove.Indiana state rep tours Bufffalo Grove medical cannabis dispensary
Indiana state Rep. Jim Lucas will tour the PDI Medical cannabis dispensary at 1623 Barclay Blvd. in Buffalo Grove on Nov. 16 as part of a fact-finding trip by the chief sponsor of that state's proposed medical cannabis legislation. He is the guest of the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation.
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