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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.
Local Newspapers: Schaumburg Review
Local Sports Teams: Schaumburg Flyers (NLB)
Local Colleges: Roosevelt University
Zip Codes associated with schaumburg, illinois:
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Towns/Cities near schaumburg, illinois : Rolling Meadows Elk Grove Palatine Roselle Hanover Park Streamwood
Roundtable in Hoffman Estates addresses potential repeal of health law
New Democratic congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi of Schaumburg held a health care policy roundtable in Hoffman Estates Thursday, with a focus on what would happen if the Affordable Care Act were repealed under President Donald Trump and the current Republican-led Congress. Roundtable participants included Amita Health Senior Vice President Don Franke, Cook County Health and Hospital System CEO John Jay Shannon and DuPage Health Coalition President Kara Murphy.Schaumburg trustees want larger lots in Loeber Farm development
All six of Schaumburg's village trustees Tuesday expressed their happiness with the reduction of density in a proposed housing development, but half made it clear they'd still vote "no" on a formal presentation of the same plan. Officials in December unanimously rejected a 98-home version of the Canterbury Crossing project on the 33-acre Loeber Farm property, which is on the west side of Meacham Road north of Algonquin Road.Krishnamoorthi hosts health care panel, town hall
Democratic Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi of Schaumburg will host a Health Care Policy Roundtable and a general town hall meeting for 8th District constituents this week. The Health Care Policy Roundtable will feature a discussion with stakeholders and policy experts on issues associated with the potential repeal of the Affordable Care Act from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Thursday at the Alexian Brothers Women & Children's Hospital at 1555 Barrington Road in Hoffman Estates.Kids Expo returning to Schaumburg Convention Center
Family Time Magazine's 12th annual Kids Expo 2017 will take place March 31-April 2 at the Schaumburg Convention Center, 1551 Thoreau Drive. Mad Science, Rock N' Kids and reptiles from the Chicago Herpetological Society are among the highlights of the event.Proft to address Schaumburg Township GOP Feb. 25
"Chicago's Morning Answer" host Dan Proft will be the guest speaker at the Schaumburg Township Republican Organization's monthly breakfast meeting, scheduled to 8:30 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 25, at Chandler's Chophouse, 401 N. Roselle Road in Schaumburg. By the time of the event, organization leaders also may have more information about this year's Northwest Suburban Republican Lincoln Day Dinner.Black History Month play focuses on women's voices
The promotional poster for "Black Girl Magic," the first act of Powerhouse Productions' 2017 Black History Month play at Schaumburg's Prairie Center for the Arts on Saturday. The promotional poster for "She Means War," the second act of Powerhouse Productions' 2017 Black History Month play at Schaumburg's Prairie Center for the Arts on Saturday.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.Small talk: Community banks hopeful as lawmakers target financial rules
Ken Yager poses for a photo at his business in Waukegan, Ill. Yager, the owner of Newpoint Advisors, a consulting company in Chicago, said his business uses larger banks for tasks like money transfers, but depends on his community bank for most of his needs.Weekend picks: Catch TV funnyman Mike Lawrence in Rosemont
Mike Lawrence has made a name for himself doing standup comedy and writing for TV shows like "Inside Amy Schumer," "Black and White" and "The Jim Gaffigan Show." Catch him live this weekend at Zanies at MB Financial Park, 5437 Park Place, Rosemont, 813-0484.Schaumburg library hosts Book Explorers for young readers
Children ages 5 to 8 years old are welcome to join Book Explorers from 4 to 5 p.m. on Feb. 28 and March 28, in the Craft Room of the Schaumburg Library, 130 S. Roselle Road in Schaumburg. The selection for February will be "New Shoes" by Susan Lynn Meyer, while March's book will be "Mr. Ferris and His Wheel" by Kathryn Gibbs Davis.Longtime Schaumburg fire chief to retire
Schaumburg Fire Chief Dave Schumann, a longtime member of the department and chief for the past 18 years, announced Thursday he plans to retire in August. Schumann, who was first hired by the department in 1979, advanced through the ranks until he became chief in 1999.American Academy of Dermatology: Don't Let Hand Rashes Ruin Your Winter
Was it a new brand of hand soap? Eczema? Or just really dry skin? According to dermatologists from the American Academy of Dermatology, it could be any of these things and more. Hand rashes, they say, commonly occur because of something you touched or something happening inside your body.Human trafficking presentation at library
A presentation on "Human Trafficking Awareness," including a screening of the film "Horse & Rider," will be held from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Saturday in the adult classroom of the Schaumburg Township District Library at 130 S. Roselle Road in Schaumburg. Those planning to attend are asked to RSVP to Humantraffickingevent@gmail.com or by calling Claudia at 550-6872 or Nazneen at 498-8387.States pursuing plans to help workers save for retirement
In this photo provided by Maria Zamudio, taken Feb. 9, 2017, Illinois Treasurer Michael Frerichs talks to small business owners about Secure Choice IRA, a state-sponsored retirement savings plan, in Schaumburg, Ill. States are moving forward with new initiatives to help workers save for retirement, even as the Republican-led Congress tries to block rules making it easier for them to do so.States pursuing plans to help workers save for retirement
States are moving forward with new initiatives to help workers save for retirement, even as the Republican-led Congress tries to block rules making it easier for them to do so. Studies show a sharp divide in retirement savings between those who have employer-sponsored plans and those who do not.
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