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About: palatine, illinois

The city of Palatine is a suburb of nearby Chicago. By the early 1850s, the Illinois and Wisconsin Railroad had made its way to the area. Years later, the railroad failed and the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad took its place. It is the only left-handed railroad in the US because the engines were originally from England. Residents of Palatine are called Palatinians. Famous Palatinians include actress Christina Moore (MADtv, That 70s Show), percussionist Kris Myers (Umphrey's McGee), and musician Ted Nugent.

Population: 65479
Local Newspapers: Palatine Countryside Palatine Journal and Topics
Local Sports Teams: Chicago Blackhawks (NHL) Chicago Bulls (NBA) Chicago Cubs (MLB) Chicago White Sox (MLB)
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Zip Codes associated with palatine, illinois: 60067 60074
Towns/Cities near palatine, illinois : Inverness Deer Park Rolling Meadows Arlington Heights Wheeling

Palatine News
LZP Productions brings Sondheim gem to the stage

Terrence, Parker and Francesca Sherrill portray the Shepherd family in LZP Production's performance of the musical "Merrily We Roll Along," opening Saturday, April 1, at Cutting Hall in Palatine. LZP Productions brings Stephen Sondheim's rare musical gem, "Merrily We Roll Along," to Cutting Hall in Palatine beginning at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 1. It is a poignant and emotional story about friendships and the importance of staying true to one's ideals.

Police: Man tried to video record girl changing clothes in fitting room

Palatine police say this man tried to video record a minor girl Sunday as she was trying on clothes at a Target store. Anyone who can identify him is asked to call police.

LZP Productions to Present Merrily We Roll Along at Cutting Hall Theater

LZP Productions brings the musical "Merrily We Roll Along" to the Cutting Hall Theater, 150 E Wood Street, Palatine, IL, from April 1 through April 9. Performances are: April 1, 7, and 8 at 8:00 pm; April 2 and 9 at 3:00 pm. Advance tickets can be purchased for $20 for adults and $18 for seniors.

Therapeutic day school relocating to Arlington Heights

New Hope Academy plans to move into an office building at 3250 N. Arlington Heights Road, just south of Dundee Road, before the start of the 2017-18 school year in August, according to Brandy Larrance, the school's executive director. The school, founded in 2000, educates students with special needs from 35 suburban school districts, including Northwest Suburban High School District 214, Palatine-Schaumburg High School District 211, and school districts as far as Gurnee, Naperville and Yorkville.

Palatine cabdriver charged with sexual assault

A Palatine cabdriver was ordered held on $2.5 million bail Thursday on charges he sexually assaulted a female passenger he picked up last July from a bar. Muhammad Mahmood, 39, was charged with two counts of aggravated criminal sexual assault and aggravated kidnapping, felonies that are punishable by 12 to 60 years in prison.

State Supreme Court rules in favor of District 211 in injury case

The Illinois Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a Conant High School physical education teacher was immune from liability when a student's eye was injured during a floor hockey game in June 2010, reversing the decision of the appellate court. The plaintiff, Evan Barr, was a 15-year-old sophomore when he played floor hockey with 11 other students on June 3, 2010, at Conant in Hoffman Estates, which is part of Palatine-Schaumburg High School District 211.

Changing Times for Privacy

The media loves to talk about the trauma inflicted on gender-confused kids when they're using the bathroom or locker room of their biological sex. But what if the gym shoe is on the other foot? In Pennsylvania, one teenager was just as scarred by walking into his locker room and realizing a girl was half-naked inside it.

Pie Five Pizza closes all but one suburban Chicago location

Pie Five Pizza Co., which entered the suburban Chicago market in 2015, announced the closure of all but one of its stores this week. Pie Five Pizza Co., the Texas-based fast casual pizza chain entangled in a breach of contract lawsuit, has shuttered all but one of its suburban Chicago locations, the company confirmed Tuesday.

See 'Winnie the Pooh' on stage in Palatine

The cast of Palatine Park District's Family Friendly Theatre production of "Winnie the Pooh" rehearses for the March 27 performance at Cutting Hall Performing Arts Center in Palatine. Palatine Park District's Family Friendly Theatre program will bring one of the many beloved adventures of Winnie the Pooh to Cutting Hall Performing Arts Center, 250 E. Wood St., in Palatine Monday, March 27, at 10:30 a.m. A very special Friend-and-Relation tells Christopher Robin a story of a birthday very long ago when Eeyore, the old gray donkey who lives by himself in the Hundred-Acre Wood, was absolutely miserable.

How Mike Singletary helped Palatine songwriter launch career

Palatine native Andrew Ripp has performed in many places, but one of the strangest was in a Mexican cave. It was part of a date scene for the ABC show "Bachelor in Paradise."

Buffalo Grove High School students all in for day of service

A funny thing happened to sixth-grader Vincent Diliberto on his way to lunch last week at Thomas Middle School in Arlington Heights. He and his friends found a line of students -- 150 in all -- from Buffalo Grove High School waiting to give high-fives to everyone who walked into that lunch period.

Immerse yourself in art: IAEA student show at Palatine Library

Gustavo Gonzales, a student at Lincoln Elementary School, will have his Dragon Eye colored-pencil drawing in the 2016/2017 Illinois Art Education Association's Student Art Show, which will be on display April 4-28, at the Palatine Public Library. The arts are linked to greater academic achievement, attention span, emotions, creativity, and self-esteem.

Online program helps Dist. 211 students build career plan

A high school student typically takes a minimum of five academic courses each semester, with some of those falling into the category of electives with participation determined completely by student choice. Ideally, students' elective courses would align with each student's individualized plan for the future, including the student's college major and desired occupation.

From plates to potholes -- readers' questions answered

Mark Spencer is curious about new Illinois license plates popping up lately, and he's not the only reader with questions we'll answer in this week's column. "Have there been any complaints about the legibility along the left side of the new plates?" Spencer, of Northbrook, asked.

Constable: 'Aging out,' man with autism finds path

Like a lot of 22-year-old suburban people finishing their formal educations, Ben Nicholas of Mount Prospect flashes an easy smile. In it, you see both satisfaction for what he has accomplished and anticipation for the adult path opening before him.

Bathrooms and budget focus of District 211 forum

Upper from left, Ralph Bonatz, Katherine Jee Young David and Jean Forrest and lower from left, Anna Klimkowicz, Robert LeFevre Jr. and Edward Yung are candidates for Palatine-Schaumburg High School District 211 board. Bathrooms and budgets remain the key dividing lines between two sets of candidates vying for three seats on the Palatine-Schaumburg High School District 211 board.

District 211 to seek appraisal of vacant Schaumburg site

Palatine-Schaumburg High School District 211 board members hope an evaluation and appraisal of the 60 acres of vacant land the district owns in a Schaumburg neighborhood will help them further narrow the options for the site's future use. The school board on Thursday directed Superintendent Dan Cates to commission such a study with the expectation of hearing the results by the May 25 board meeting.

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