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Schaumburg is located in northeastern Illinois, less than thirty miles northwest of downtown Chicago. The city is home to the Motorola world headquarters. It is also the site of one out of two IKEA stores in the state of Illinois. Also found in Schaumburg is the third largest shopping mall in the United States, the Woodfield Mall. The mall features over three-hundred stores. Also there is a Medieval Times restaurant, a dinner theater chain, which is one of only nine locations in America.

Population: 75386
Local Newspapers: Schaumburg Review
Local Sports Teams: Schaumburg Flyers (NLB)
Local Colleges: Roosevelt University

Zip Codes associated with schaumburg, illinois: 60101 61101 61102 61103 61104 61107 61108 61109 61111 61114
Towns/Cities near schaumburg, illinois : Rolling Meadows Elk Grove Palatine Roselle Hanover Park Streamwood

Schaumburg News
Ecos donates $500,000 to Roosevelt, encourages immigrant dream

Eftichios "Van" Vlahakis left his native Greece to make a better life for himself in the Chicago suburbs in 1953. With $22 in his pocket, Vlahakis slept in homeless shelters while working as a busboy and waiter to earn enough money to go to Roosevelt University.

Diabetes, Heidenhain and the Story of a Dog Named Pickles

Suffering from Type 1 diabetes, Johnathon Wojciechowski receives a highly trained friend from the Ron & Vicki Santo Diabetic Alert Dog Foundation, with partial sponsorship from Heidenhain. Pickles sits with Rick Korte , the chief executive officer of Heidenhain Corporation, and Johnathon Wojciechowski .

Schaumburg village president pleads guilty to leaving accident scene

Schaumburg Village President Al Larson pleaded guilty Friday to the misdemeanor charge of leaving the scene of an accident and the petty offense of improper lane usage in a collision last February. In exchange for his guilty plea, Cook County Judge Ellen Mandletort sentenced the longtime mayor to one year of supervision expiring Aug. 5, 2018.

Green Card Holder With Criminal History Charged With Murder Of Suburban Chicago Woman

Police in suburban Chicago say a legal permanent resident from Mexico killed a woman who lived in his apartment complex hours before she was to attend an Easter Sunday church service. Bulmaro Mejia-Maya, a 29-year-old construction worker with a violent criminal history, was charged with first-degree murder, aggravated criminal sexual assault and home invasion, Schaumburg police announced during a news conference Thursday.

Bison's Bluff, new playground in Schaumburg, promotes unstructured play

Alia Sagerer, 8, of Elk Grove Village, plays with the percussion instruments at the new Bison's Bluff playground in Schaumburg. Her mom, Molly Sagerer, said she appreciated the emphasis on imagination and pretend play.

No ties found yet between Schaumburg murder, Rolling Meadows attacks

Rolling Meadows police released this sketch in January of a man who broke into a woman's apartment and sexually assaulted her. Police say they've found no evidence linking the case to the weekend slaying of Tiffany Thrasher just a few miles down Algonquin Road.

Schaumburg, Jenkins honor village's volunteers

Schaumburg honored its unsung heroes Tuesday at its annual Volunteer of the Year Luncheon, whose attendees also heard some life lessons from Cubs Hall of Famer Ferguson "Fergie" Jenkins. The winners included an 86-year-old retirement community resident who compiled a virtual "walk in the woods" for his neighbors unable to take their own, a group of developmentally disabled young adults who volunteer at that same retirement community, and a junior high student who works with classmates with disabilities.

Roselle to honor retiring mayor

The village of Roselle will celebrate Mayor Gayle Smolinski's many accomplishments next month at a retirement gala. Smolinski, who did not seek re-election this spring, is currently DuPage County's longest-serving mayor.

Fundraiser for Schaumburg murder victim's funeral raises goal

A GoFundMe campaign established by the sister of Schaumburg murder victim Tiffany Thrasher reached its original $6,000 goal to cover cremation expenses -- but that goal was raised to $9,500 as the family considers burial as an option, a family member said Wednesday. Heath King, Thrasher's brother-in-law, confirmed the discussion and said any leftover money from the campaign would be donated to charity -- those Thrasher was already associated with or one dedicated to women who are victims of crimes.

MDA Toast to Life Gala

Chefs Michael Kubalewski and Alexi Mandolini come together to donate a collaboration dinner on behalf of their friend and former classmate/teammate Eric Von Schaumburg for ALS research.Michael Kubalewski/ Alexi Mandolini The MDA Toast to Life Gala is hosting a silent auction as well as a live auction platform at their event this year. There is a special heartwarming community story that involves three former Schaumburg High School graduates.

Schaumburg budgets for more road repairs without tax increase

Despite an unprecedented level of impact from the state's chaotic finances, Schaumburg officials are budgeting for an especially robust year of capital improvements without a property tax increase. Trustees Tuesday unanimously recommended approval of a proposed 2017-18 budget with $196 million in revenues and $152 million in spending before fund transfers.

Author Jay Asher to Visit Schaumburg Library

Jay Asher, best-selling author of 13 Reasons Why, will visit the Schaumburg Library on Wednesday, April 19. Teens and adults are welcome to attend. Teens and adults are invited to meet best-selling author Jay Asher from 7-8:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 19, in the Rasmussen Room of the Schaumburg Library, 130 S. Roselle Rd., Schaumburg.

Schaumburg Township Council of PTAs announces 2017 scholarship recipients

Four Year College/University Scholarship • Marissa S. Smith • Molly Guagenti • Kevin Sindewald • Elizabeth Einig • Kevin Eberhardt • Danielle Trybus • Cindy Aguilera-Navarro • Brett Bertock Each student will be awarded a one-year, $1,000 scholarship at the annual STC Scholarship Recognition Dinner May 10 at Mead Junior High School. The recipients are all seniors in high school who once attended a District 54 school.

ESO welcomes 8,700 students to youth concert program 'Compose Yourself'

Composer James M. Stephenson, center, watches as Elgin Symphony Orchestra Resident Conductor Stephen Squires, right, leads principal flutist Jean Bishop and principal timpanist Robert Everson during an ESO youth concert. The Elgin Symphony Orchestra welcomed 8,700 area elementary and middle school students to the Ainsworth Concerts for Youth in early April.

Woman found strangled in Schaumburg apartment

Schaumburg police are investigating the strangulation of a 33-year-old woman whose body was discovered in her apartment Sunday after a request for a well-being check. Tiffany Thrasher, of Clipper Drive, is believed to have died sometime between 8 p.m. Saturday and 11:45 a.m. Sunday, police said.

Kids with autism get into golf in Hoffman Estates

Nathan Rossetti and his family drove in each week from Tinley Park for the six lessons. Here, Nathan is assisted by Maria Bellantuono, clinical director of AMITA Health's autism resource center, left, and a coach with the Kids' Golf Foundation.

Schaumburg library will host puppetry celebration May 6

Schaumburg Township District Library will host a World Day of Puppetry celebration from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 6, at the Central Library, 130 S. Roselle Road in Schaumburg. Library visitors who wants to make their own puppets can do so from noon to 2:30 p.m. on the first floor.

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