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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
Teen girl accused of killing Uber driver asked to provide phone password, DNA

Eliza Wasni, 16, of Chicago has been charged as an adult with first-degree murder in the slaying of Uber driver Grant Nelson on May 30, 2017. Eliza Wasni, 16, of Chicago has been charged as an adult with first-degree murder in the slaying of Uber driver Grant Nelson on May 30, 2017.

Muslim teen from Skokie to run for Cook County board seat

Bushra Amiwala, 19, of Skokie, stops at a coffee house in her hometown. She announced she is running for Cook County commissioner in the Democratic primary next year and is challenging incumbent Larry Suffredin.

Covenant Awards for excellence in Jewish education announced

The founding principal of a Modern Orthodox Jewish high school, the national director of an organization that works for the inclusion for children with special needs, and the co-founder of an adult Jewish learning organization are the recipients of the 2017 Covenant Awards for excellence in Jewish education. The New York-based Covenant Foundation announced the recipients of the awards, among the highest honors in Jewish education, on Tuesday.

Grippo Stage Company presents 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.

Maryville's Jen School's 10th graduating class is its largest

The Jen School graduated 17 students Thursday, its largest graduating class since Maryville opened the school in 2007. The Jen School provides special education services, social emotional learning and job skills training to young men in grades five to 12. "Besides being the largest class, these are the most remarkable students we've had, dedicated to their academics and achieving their goals," Jen School Principal Anne Craig said in a news release.

Skokie math whiz Mike Byster shows off his skills on Fox's 'Superhuman'

Skokie math whiz Mike Byster gets a star-studded audience for his number-crunching tricks on the new Fox network series "Superhuman." Byster, who claims to have one of the fastest mathematical and processing minds in the world, shows his stuff to host Kal Penn and a panel that includes boxing champion Mike Tyson, singer-songwriter Christina Milian and Dr. Rahul Jandial, a Los Angeles neurosurgeon.

Albert Einstein's secrets, both personal and professional, revealed to audiences

Mike Nussbaum stars as Albert Einstein opposite Katherine Keberlein in "Relativity," now extended through June 25 at Northlight Theatre in Skokie. Mike Nussbaum stars as Albert Einstein opposite Katherine Keberlein in "Relativity," now extended through June 25 at Northlight Theatre in Skokie.

PCA predicts 3.5 percent cement consumption growth annually in next two years

The Portland Cement Association , Skokie, Illinois, has announced it expects U.S. cement consumption to reach 3.5 percent annual growth during the remainder of 2017 and 2018, based on analysis of data and policies likely to impact the industry in the years ahead. Speaking before the IEEE-IAS/PCA Cement Conference in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, in late May, PCA Senior Vice President and Chief Economist Ed Sullivan said that while details on specific federal U.S. policies are not yet fully available, the association is forecasting growth in the years ahead using conservative baseline estimates for factors such as infrastructure spending and tax reform.

Lincolnwood man gets probation, fine for trying to ship drugs via Fed Ex

A 54-year-old Lincolnwood man avoided prison time Thursday and instead got probation and a fine for trying to send cannabis to an out of state address in a Federal Express courier package. Fredrick Calcutt, 54, of the 7000 block of North Keaton Avenue in the north suburb, pleaded guilty to felony possession of cannabis with intent to deliver and was sentenced at the Skokie courthouse to two years of probation and ordered to pay fees and fines totaling $1,314.

Mom of Uber driver hacked to death: He was just trying to earn a living

Eliza Wasni, left, has been charged as an adult with first-degree murder in the slaying of Uber driver Grant Nelson on May 30, 2017. Eliza Wasni, left, has been charged as an adult with first-degree murder in the slaying of Uber driver Grant Nelson on May 30, 2017.

Wauconda High School names new athletic director

Two months after Wauconda High School's athletic director announced he was departing for a different job, the Bulldogs' sports department has a new boss. Mark Ribbens, currently the athletic director at Larkin High School in Elgin, is taking over at Wauconda, effective July 1. Ribbens will replace Andy Lambert, who was hired in March as Lake Zurich High School's athletic director after a hazing scandal there that resulted in several staff resignations and a lawsuit.

Fingers point over continued Chicago population loss

Chicago lost population for the third year in a row last year, the only one of the nation's top 20 municipalities to hold that streak. According to new estimates released by the U.S. Census Bureau, the decline of 8,638 in the year ended June 30, 2016, was rather small, just 0.3 percent of the total population.

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