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During the 1940s and 1950s, Des Plaines was called the "City of Roses" because it was home to many greenhouses and was the world's largest producer of hot-house roses. In the 1960s the city changed its logo to the "City of Destiny." In the movie The Great Outdoors which starred John Candy and Stephanie Faracy as Chet and Connie Ripley, the Ripley family was from Des Plaines, Illinois. Also, the 1985 hit film The Breakfast Club was filmed at a local high school in Des Plaines.
Local Newspapers: Des Plaines Journal Des Plaines Times
Local Sports Teams: Chicago Wolves (IHL) Chicago Bears (NFL) Chicago Blackhawks (NHL) Chicago Bulls (NBA) Chicago Cubs (MLB) Chicago White Sox (MLB)
Local Colleges: Maryville Academy
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Towns/Cities near des plaines, illinois : Park Ridge Niles Morton Grove Mt Prospect Prospect Heights Elk Grove Glenview Northbrook
Rosemont bans short-term rentals
Rosemont officials have enacted rules forbidding short-term rentals. It applies to all apartments and homes in the village including within the Scott Street subdivision.Eagle joins Justrite Safety Group
Justrite, headquartered in Des Plaines, Ill., was formed in 1906 and is a leading manufacturer of industrial safety products focused on asset protection and regulatory compliance.Milwaukee Avenue reopened after accident downs power lines
A section of Milwaukee Avenue in southern Lake County is now open after a car accident knocked power lines onto the street. Police said an 83-year-old man from Des Plaines was driving north in the left lane of Milwaukee Avenue between Lake-Cook Road and Deerfield Road near Riverwoods when his silver Toyota Camry hit the curb and went airborne.Des Plaines American Legion Post 36 forms motorcycle unit
The post has been licensed to start American Legion Riders Chapter 36, a motorcycle unit with a focus on "preserving American traditions and values, improving the quality of life for American children, caring for veterans and their families and teaching the fundamentals of good citizenship." Requirements to join the group include membership in an American Legion and license and insurance to ride a 300cc or larger motorcycle.Manufacturing leaders honored
At the ninety-second annual gala of the Technology & Manufacturing Association at the Renaissance in Schaumburg, 300 Illinois manufacturers and their families came together to foster relationships, celebrate success stories and look forward to the upcoming year. The evening included welcoming incoming Chairman Todd Beauchamp, of Aurora-based ASK Power , and his fellow recently elected officers.Judge rules against Oakton professors dismissed for receiving pensions
More than 80 part-time professors at Oakton Community College dismissed because they were teaching while collecting state pensions don't have to be rehired, a federal judge has ruled. More than 80 part-time professors dismissed by Oakton Community College in 2015 because they were teaching while collecting state pensions don't have to be rehired, a federal judge has ruled.Film documents suburbanites' epic skateboard road trip
Arthur Swidzinski, Mike Kosciesza, both of Niles, Anthony Michal, of Park Ridge, and James Lagen of Des Plaines, gather in Millennium Park in Chicago as they depart for their 2008 skateboard trip to New York. Skate boarders Arthur Swidzinski, left, and Mike Kosciesza are seen here in Perth Amboy, New Jersey, on their way to Times Square in New York City.Search for teen runaway and her toddler son in northwest suburbs
Katherine Lujano, 17, of unincorporated Des Plaines, and her 18-month-old son Eric Manriquez Katherine Lujano, 17, of unincorporated Des Plaines, and her 18-month-old son Eric Manriquez DES PLAINES, Ill. - The Cook County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in finding a teenage runaway from Des Plaines and her toddler son.Des Plaines area teen and her son missing
Police are searching for a 17-year-old girl from the Des Plaines area and her son who left a note saying she was running away. Katherine is described as Hispanic and around 4 feet, 11 inches tall, weighing around 160 pounds, and with brown eyes and black hair.Day-care workers accused of drugging children with melatonin gummy bears before naptime
In advertisements, Kiddie Junction billed itself as more of an educational institute than a day-care center. It told parents that its teachers used the latest child development research to instill a lifelong love of learning in its tiny clients.Police: Daycare teachers gave kids laced gummy bears
Des Plaines, Ill., police have charged 19-year-old Jessica Heyse, 32-year-old Kristen Lauletta and 25-year-old Ashley Helfenbein with two counts of child endangerment each after they allegedly handed out melatonin-laced gummy bears to 2-year-olds at a daycare center. Des Plaines, Ill., police have charged 19-year-old Jessica Heyse, 32-year-old Kristen Lauletta and 25-year-old Ashley Helfenbein with two counts of child endangerment each after they allegedly When small children ingest a button battery - commonly found in watches, cameras, small remote controls, garage-door openers and cell phones - it can lodge in the esophagus.Des Plaines day care workers gave melatonin to 2-year-olds before naptime, cops say
Three employees of a Des Plaines day care center were charged with endangering the life or health of a child after allegedly giving 2-year-olds melatonin gummies to calm them before nap time, police said. Management of the center, Kiddie Junction on East Oakton Street, alerted police after learning that a teacher had been giving the children gummies that contained the sleep-inducing chemical, Des Plaines police Cmdr.Cozzini Bros. in Des Plaines acquires Maestranzi Brothers
Cozzini Bros. Inc., a cutlery sharpening and exchange services company in Des Plaines, said it will merge with Maestranzi Brothers Grinding & Supply, which operates under the trade name Wisconsin Cutlery.Missing Des Plaines man could be in danger
Des Plaines police are asking for the public's help locating a man who went missing Thursday morning and could be in danger. Brandon Young, 36, was reported missing from a group home near Golf and Rand roads about 6:30 a.m. He apparently was able to open a kitchen window, squeeze through and run north from the home, police said.O'Hare expansion revealed: Real western access for suburban flyers?
DuPage County Board Chairman Dan Cronin: "A foundation was laid that will lead to public access and public entry into the airport from the west." Chicago's big launch Wednesday of its revamped O'Hare International Airport modernization saw a key player -- American Airlines -- jumping ship and suburbs wondering if they'd missed the boat in terms of western access.Illinois House votes to ban bump stocks
The legislation was the first of seven gun-restriction measures the House is considering Wednesday. The plan sponsored by Democratic Rep. Martin Moylan of Des Plaines was OK'd 83-31.A Trio of Musicians Brilliantly Recreate the Function of a Electronic ...
The incredibly talented and very creative musician Rob Scallon and fellow guitarists Jeff Linville and Dave Dunsire brilliantly performed an acoustic recreation of Scallon's song " Rain ", which is normally performed solo using a delay pedal. The trio struggled a bit at first, but after 59 takes, they hit it perfectly.Deal could come this week on $8 billion O'Hare expansionYears of...
Years of negotiations could come to fruition this week with announcement of a massive O'Hare expansion deal between the city of Chicago and the major airlines, but it's unclear what role the suburbs' prized western access will play in the bargain. An ordinance could be introduced at Wednesday's Chicago City Council meeting that would lead to game-changers such as rebuilding Terminal 2 and new gates and concourses at O'Hare, an official said.NICB: Rising Cost of Parts Fuels Interest of Car Thieves
DES PLAINES, Ill: If you own a late model car or truck, and you've been in a wreck, you may still be shaking your head over the repair bill. The National Insurance Crime Bureau says today's vehicles are loaded with expensive parts and technology that increase the costs of repairs, even in what may be considered a minor accident.How 9th Congressional District GOP candidates grade Trump
Republican candidates for the 9th Congressional District had mixed reviews of President Donald Trump's first year on the job. While one candidate panned the president's rhetoric and parts of the Republican tax law passed late last year, three others were friendlier in their assessment of the administration's performance.
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