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Several movies have used Skokie as filming locations including Home Alone 3, Risky Business, Sixteen Candles, The Weatherman, The Breakfast Club, and The Blues Brothers. Skokie was the site of a devastating environmental Supreme Court case, Solid Waste Agency of Northern Cook County v. Army Corps of Engineers. The decision to use an isolated wetland as a solid waste disposal site despite the fact that migratory birds used the wetland during certain seasons, led to an overturning of the Migratory Bird law.

Population: 63348
Local Newspapers: Skokie Review Evanston Review Evanston Round Table
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Local Colleges: National-Louis University

Zip Codes associated with skokie, illinois: 60076 60077
Towns/Cities near skokie, illinois : Lincolnwood Morton Grove Wildwood Wilmette Golf Kenilworth Park Ridge

Skokie News
Investigation continues over middle school students' plan to commit shooting, Skokie police say

Skokie police were still investigating Thursday what they say was a plan by two Oliver McCracken Middle School students to commit a shooting at the school in the near future. It remained unclear Thursday if the students had been charged in connection with the incident or when they might appear in court.

Grippo Stage Company presents Revival of the God of Isaac

Grippo Stage Company is pleased to present a revival of the touching and humorous play THE GOD OF ISAAC, playwright James Sherman's semi-autobiographical account of a young American Jew searching for his Jewish identity in the wake of the threatened neo-Nazi march in the Chicago suburb of Skokie in 1977. The new production is helmed by Dennis Za?ek, who directed the play's world premiere at Victory Gardens Theater in 1985, the beginning of a decades-long collaboration between Sherman and Za?ek.

Community Rallies Around New Britain Firefighter Battling Cancer

New Britain firefighter Scott Johnson, 43, is looking forward to his upcoming trip to Illinois in May for cancer treatment. Johnson was diagnosed in April 2015 with colorectal cancer.

Recovery Crews Search Canal For Missing Northwestern Rower

Recovery crews on Monday searched waters for a missing member of Northwestern University men's crew team after he fell into a canal in suburban Lincolnwood. The rower fell into the North Shore Channel on Monday morning at about 7:40 a.m., Lincolnwood Fire officials said.

New Book on Assyrian, Greek, Armenian Genocide Published

A new book titled Genocide In The Ottoman Empire - Armenians, Assyrians, and Greeks, 1913-1923 , edited by George N. Shirinian, has been published by Berghahn Books. The editor is executive director of the International Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies, a division of the Zoryan Institute.

Bill Pushes School Transparency

A new measure said to add transparency to how school districts petition for bond debt has made headway in Springfield. The legislation, House Bill 760, establishes transparency and accountability criteria that local school districts need to follow in order to secure any future debt limit exemption by the General Assembly when they seek to issue bond debt that would exceed the district's debt limit.

Fare Or Foul? CTA Is Now Hawking Cubs Commemorative Tickets

It's almost time. The Cubs' long-awaited home opener is just three days away. In some ways, things will be very different , but one hallmark lives on: parking around Wrigley Field is a waking nightmare, so you're better off using public transit.

Newcomers Burns, Kotowski elected to Oakton Community College board

Martha Burns and Paul Kotowski were winners Tuesday in the race for two, 6-year seats on the Oakton Community College board, which was contested exclusively by newcomers. With all 314 precincts reporting, unofficial totals showed Burns of Evanston led the pack with 26,500 votes followed by Kotowski of Skokie with 18,539, Carmina Cortes Gonzalez of Des Plaines with 17,759 and Travis Zimmerman of Northbrook, with 13,520.

Suburban Cook vital records offices closed for Election Day

The Cook County Clerk's Bureau of Vital Records suburban offices will be closed on Tuesday, April 4 because of the consolidated election. The downtown office, on the concourse level of the Daley Center, 50 W. Washington St., will be open normal office hours, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Customers will not be able to apply for birth, marriage, and death records at the suburban locations, including the Rolling Meadows Courthouse, 2121 Euclid Ave., and the Skokie Courthouse: 5600 W. Old Orchard Road.

Governor discusses changes to grow Illinois' economy

SKOKIE Governor Rauner today toured the Illinois Science and Technology Park and discussed changes to increase job growth and the importance of innovation and technology in Illinois economy. "The Illinois Science and Technology Park is on the forefront of innovation to help grow Illinois.

Student Reflects on Visit to Illinois Holocaust Museum

"Our education is not meant to turn the children out small and finished, but seriously begun on a wide-basis. Therefore they must leave us with some self-knowledge, some energy, some purpose...If they leave us without these three things they drift with the stream of life."

Hurricane Sandy drama 'By the Water' makes powerful debut at Northlight

Andrea Carter , left, reaches out to Mary Murphy , right, as Emily Mancini offers support in the Midwest premiere of Sharyn Rothstein's Hurricane Sandy drama "By the Water" at Northlight Theatre in Skokie. Heartbreaking expressions of loss grab you from the start in the Hurricane Sandy drama "By the Water."

Correction: SmallBiz-Small Talk-Warmer Winter story

In this Thursday, March 16, 2017, photo, Hope Saidel, co-owner of Golly Gear, an accessories store for small dogs, and her dog Teddy pose for a photo at her store, in Skokie, Ill.

Historic Beer Birthday: Bill Siebel

Today is the birthday of Bill Siebel . Bill was the grand-grandson of John Ewald Siebel , who founded what would become the Siebel Institue of Technology .

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