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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
2 workers at Little City in Palatine accused of hitting boy

The Cook County Sheriff's Office arrested two former employees at Little City in Palatine accused of punching an 11-year-old boy and hitting him with a bucket, according to news reports. ABC 7 reports Forest Park resident Ronkeia Harper, 22, and Palatine resident Lisa Archer, 39, were charged Feb. 12 with aggravated battery.

Suburban schools react to possible reversal of transgender guidelines

A government official says the Trump administration will revoke guidelines that say transgender students should be allowed to use bathrooms and locker rooms matching their chosen gender identity. The impact on suburban school districts that have recently addressed the issue of transgender students' access to bathrooms and locker rooms was unclear Wednesday following indications that President Donald Trump would soon roll back his predecessor's 2016 federal guidelines on the matter.

Harper to hold first Exploring Engineering event

Learn all about Harper's storied program, which dates back nearly 50 years, and its exceptional faculty, curriculum and transfer partnerships. The free event takes place 8:45 a.m. to noon Saturday, Feb. 25, in the Wojcik Conference Center on the college's main campus, 1200 W. Algonquin Road in Palatine.

stream Mobina Galore's 'Feeling Disconnected' ++ tour with Against Me

In their own words, Mobina Galore are a "vocally aggressive power chord punk duo from Winnipeg, Canada" and they cite bands like The Distillers, Propagandhi, and Against Me! as influences. You probably already have an idea of what you're getting, and Mobina Galore do it really, really well.

Celebrate Black History Month with Uganda-based Ndere Troupe

The Uganda-based Ndere Troupe will perform a free show at 6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25, at Harper College, 1200 W. Algonquin Road in Palatine. Harper College will celebrate Black History Month with the Uganda-based Ndere Troupe as they perform authentic Ugandan dances and songs accompanied by indigenous percussive, stringed and wind instruments.

Music notes: Say goodbye to Draft Week

The guys of the alternative rock band Draft Week have taken big steps from their starter years in southern DuPage County to playing some of Chicago's most celebrated venues. But after nearly eight years together, they're headlining their final show as a quartet Friday, Feb. 24, at the Metro.

Barrington mayor candidates have very different takes on state of the village

Kozel believes Barrington is not thriving like it used to, but Darch said the village is better off today than it has been in years. "I remember Barrington in the '80s when we had a pattern of growth moving forward," said Kozel, who has been a resident for 35 years.

Images: Great stuff from our photographers in The Week in Pictures

Monika Werner, of Naperville enjoys a hot chocolate macaroon from Deeta's Bakery at Edie Boutique during the Naperville-based 360 Youth Services sponsored annual Chocolate Walk in downtown Naperville. Michael Vonic, of Hampshire, who was acting as one of the judges, samples all the gluten free chocolate samples at the Ella's Friends Festival of Chocolate at the Hampshire Township Building on Sunday.

Another record high doesn't cool Palatine's Polar Plunge

With record temperatures Saturday and at least record-tying temps on Sunday, it was a good weekend to take a dip. The day before, temps reached 70, shattering a record of 62 degrees set in 1981, according to the National Weather Service.

District 211 plans for summer, decade of capital projects

Palatine-Schaumburg High School District 211 officials are looking ahead to future capital improvements, from maintenance projects for the coming summer to an early staff recommendation for a new 10-year plan. Board members have approved $2.4 million in bids for some of this summer's work, including kitchen equipment and lockers for Schaumburg High School and life-safety work such as doors, frames and glazing for Fremd High School.

Palatine H.S. essay winner: Reflecting on the sacrifice of veterans

DAILY HERALD FILEIn his award-winning essay, Palatine High School senior Aidan Busch says we have a responsibility to show respect to those who sacrificed for our freedom. Editor's note: Aidan Busch, a senior at Palatine High School, wrote the winning essay for the VFW Department of Illinois' Voice of Democracy Scholarship program.

Harper to name library after benefactors David and Diane Hill

Harper College's renovated library will be named after Diane and David Hill, who have contributed more than $1 million to the Palatine-based community college. Harper College's renovated library will be named for a Barrington couple who both have served on the board of trustees and donated to the school.

Teen denied bail in Palatine 'mistaken identity' shooting

A Palatine teen who Palatine police say shot another teen in the face last week in a case of mistaken identity is being held without bail. The teen almost suffocated at the scene and initially was in critical condition but has since been released from the hospital with a metal plate in his face, authorities said.

Suit alleges student sexually assaulted at Palatine school

An Inverness couple is suing Palatine Township Elementary District 15 after they say their son with special needs was sexually assaulted by students three years ago behind a large snow pile outside Marion Jordan Elementary. The suit, filed last month in Cook County circuit court, accuses teachers of "turning a blind eye to bullying, battery and assaults" that occurred at least two times between December 2013 and February 2014.

Palatine man pleads guilty to Arlington Heights theft

In exchange for pleading guilty to theft, Jonathan Cabrera, 25, was sentenced to one year in prison. He received credit for 50 days in custody, court records show.

Cops: Highland Park man held on $1 million bond after firing at occupied vehicle

Andres Carillo-Escuvedo, 30, of the 2500 block of Green Bay Road, Highland Park, was charged with aggravated discharge of a firearm, reckless discharge of a firearm and unlawful use of a weapon. Andres Carillo-Escuvedo, 30, of the 2500 block of Green Bay Road, Highland Park, was charged with aggravated discharge of a firearm, reckless discharge of a firearm and unlawful use of a weapon.

New Harper College exhibit features artist Robin Dluzen

Harper College's latest art exhibit features the work of Robin Dluzen, an active curator and critic whose work has been exhibited throughout Chicago and the Midwest. "Robin Dluzen: Wreath of Roses" will run through Thursday, Feb. 23, in Harper's Art Exhibition Space, Building C, Room C200, on the college's main campus, 1200 W. Algonquin Road in Palatine.

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