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During the 1940s and 1950s, Des Plaines was called the "City of Roses" because it was home to many greenhouses and was the world's largest producer of hot-house roses. In the 1960s the city changed its logo to the "City of Destiny." In the movie The Great Outdoors which starred John Candy and Stephanie Faracy as Chet and Connie Ripley, the Ripley family was from Des Plaines, Illinois. Also, the 1985 hit film The Breakfast Club was filmed at a local high school in Des Plaines.

Population: 58720
Local Newspapers: Des Plaines Journal Des Plaines Times
Local Sports Teams: Chicago Wolves (IHL) Chicago Bears (NFL) Chicago Blackhawks (NHL) Chicago Bulls (NBA) Chicago Cubs (MLB) Chicago White Sox (MLB)
Local Colleges: Maryville Academy

Zip Codes associated with des plaines, illinois: 60016 60018
Towns/Cities near des plaines, illinois : Park Ridge Niles Morton Grove Mt Prospect Prospect Heights Elk Grove Glenview Northbrook

Des Plaines News
Des Plaines looking into new Metra station near Oakton/Lee

North Central Service Line outbound train approaches Oakton Street, the potential site of the third Des Plaines Metra station. The City of Des Plaines is gearing up to for a study that would determine whether it would be feasible to build a new Metra station on Oakton Street, near the intersection of Oakton and Lee streets.

Des Plaines opening park, dedicating bench to alderman

The Des Plaines Park District will officially open Blackhawk Park, 190 E. Golf Road, next to the Mariano's grocery during an opening ceremony Saturday, June 2. The park, which was renovated in spring 2017 as part of the Mariano's project, has a modern playground, picnic pavilion and large open space for recreation. Recently, soccer goals and nets were installed.

Des Plaines District 62 names Amadei new human resources chief

The Des Plaines Elementary School District 62 school board has appointed Michael Amadei as assistant superintendent for human resources, effective July 1. Amadei currently serves as principal of Iroquois Community School, a position he has held at the year-round school for the last 10 years. He led the school through a complete renovation that modernized the site.

Author Ryan to discuss heroin crisis at Oakton Community College

Tim Ryan, author of the best-selling book, "From Dope to Hope: A Man in Recovery," will discuss his heroin addiction as part of the Oakton Community College Continuing Education for Health Professionals' presentation, "Heroin: It's Not an Epidemic, it's a Pandemic." The event, targeted for medical and health care providers, as well as other professionals, will take place from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, June 13, in Rooms 1604-1610, at the college's Des Plaines campus, 1600 E. Golf Road.

Through the Film Magnifier: A new way to see vintage suburbiaToday,...

The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment #13,540, photo by Larry Cameron: A Memorial Day parade moves through downtown Arlington Heights in May 1969 The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment #46,962-A, photo by Bob Finch: An Arlington Heights firefighter sips some coffee at the scene of the Goldblatt's fire in Mount Prospect in February 1977. The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment #50,884-A, photo by Dave Tonge: Firefighters take a break at the scene of the Flight 191 crash in Des Plaines in May 1979.

Maine West High School graduation

Maine West classmates come together at the Rosemont Theatre before their Maine West Graduation Ceremony on Sunday. They are front row L-R Massma Sultan, 17, of Des Plaines, Daniela Grimaldi, 18, of Des Plaines, Vidhi Modi, 17, of Des Plaines and Michelle Starczewski, 18, of Des Plaines.

Illinois' 200th: World War II caused dramatic changes to way of life, economy

Mary Deichstetter of Elgin was one of the "Rosie the Riveters" who headed to factories and shipyards to work as part of a homefront effort during World War II. In this photo dating to 1942, she is 18 years old and on a lunch break with a friend.

Advance planning in the spring leads to a summer party yard

This eucalyptus wood dining table folds down into a compact unit, shown at left, that also stores its accompanying chairs. Before you even issue the party invitations, survey your outdoor space with a critical eye and make sure you can comfortably seat and feed whomever you invite.

Chicago woman gets probation for 2017 Schaumburg, Des Plaines robberies

The last of three Chicago residents charged with robbing gas stations in Schaumburg and Des Plaines and a doughnut shop in Glenview pleaded guilty Friday to aggravated robbery. Samantha Perez, 24, pleaded guilty to three counts of aggravated robbery in exchange for four years' probation, with the first year on intensive probation, said Denise Loiterstein, Cook County assistant state's attorney.

Nick Kanehl and Marty Cook

Nick Kanehl talks to 'Morning Shift' about how he struggled with drug addiction at a young age. Now sober, he works at the Gateway Foundation Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center, where Marty Cook works as an events director.

'Such a shock that it's closing': Knupper Nursery closing after 88 years

"Antarctica is blue and purple and white and gray. You see nothing green. I'm a green person," Sue Heaton said.

Proposed Des Plaines development would alter city's downtown

A rendering shows plans for a seven-floor residential development with 212 apartments proposed at the southeast corner of Ellinwood and Graceland avenues in downtown Des Plaines. A developer is pushing forward with plans to build a 212-unit apartment building with ground-level storefronts in downtown Des Plaines, despite strong opposition from the city's planning and zoning board.

23-year-old Des Plaines man charged with setting apartment fire

Mount Prospect Police said a 23-year-old Des Plaines man set fire to an apartment on the north side of town on Friday morning. Luis Ixtlapale-Mitro was charged with one felony count of aggravated arson, according to a news release issued by Mount Prospect Police on Tuesday night.

Boston Fish Market in Wheeling expects summer opening

It's been the burning question around Wheeling. Or, perhaps more appropriately, it's been the grilling, frying, baking, sizzling question.

Bush resolution urges Wisconsin to rethink environmental regulation cuts

A new Illinois Senate resolution, sponsored by Sen. Melinda Bush of Grayslake , asks the Wisconsin state legislature to reconsider the state's abandonment of multiple environmental regulations to pave the way for the planned Foxconn plant near Racine. Bush, a Democrat, said Monday Wisconsin's actions raise major concerns about flooding and air and water quality.

Prosecutors: Man angry at breakup sets fire to apartment, displaces families

A Cook County judge on Saturday denied bail for a Des Plaines man whose anger over a breakup led him to set fire to the Mount Prospect apartment building where his two young children and their mother lived, displacing their family and several others, according to prosecutors. Luis Ixtlapale-Mitro23, of the 500 block of West Touhy Avenue, faces aggravated arson charges and will return to court next week.

12 years for Chicago man who robbed Schaumburg gas station

One of three Chicago residents charged with robbing gas stations in Schaumburg and Des Plaines and a doughnut shop in Glenview pleaded guilty Thursday to one of the robberies. Ahmed Fathi, 27, pleaded guilty to the March 2017 armed robbery of a gas station on the 2500 block of North Meacham Road in Schaumburg.

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