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03/31/14 Prospect Hts. close to hiring new administrator
By Deborah Donovan - Prospect Heights Police Chief James Dunne will serve as acting city administrator until a permanent candidate can be hired, Mayor Nick Helmer said Monday. City Administrator Anne Marrin recently resigned after more than three years in the job to... FULL STORY
03/27/14 Wheeling trustee shaves head for charity
By Deborah Donovan - It can be a sacrifice for anyone with treasured locks to go under the razor for a head shave at a St. Baldrick's event, but Wheeling Village Trustee Mary Krueger did just that this month, and raisied more than $2,200 to fight pediatric cancer... FULL STORY
03/25/14 Wheeling nixes beer at softball tournament in renovated Heritage Park
By Deborah Donovan - Responding to protests from residents, the Wheeling village board Monday rejected a request from the Wheeling Park District to sell beer at an upcoming event in the rebuilt Heritage Park. The village board voted 4-3 against granting a liquor license... FULL STORY
03/19/14 Wheeling won't sign deal to share TIF funds with schools, parks
By Deborah Donovan - Wheeling is willing to share excess funds from Tax Increment Financing districts with schools, libraries and parks boards, but will not sign a proposed agreement requiring them to do so, Village President Dean Argiris said. "We will... FULL STORY
03/18/14 Dart easily wins nomination for re-election
By Deborah Donovan - Cook County Sheriff Thomas J. Dart won the Democratic nomination in his bid for a third term Tuesday, easily outpacing the three other candidates in the primary. With 52 precincts still uncounted -- 23 in Chicago and 29 in Cook County --... FULL STORY
03/18/14 Voters reject Palatine Rural Fire tax hike
By Deborah Donovan - A proposed property tax increase for the Palatine Rural Fire Protection District failed Tuesday by a vote of 611 to 517. Fire district officials asked for the increase to meet expenses in the face of declining property values. Despite voters... FULL STORY
03/18/14 Salata restaurant coming to Wheeling
By Deborah Donovan - Salata, a restaurant chain that serves salads and salad wraps will open its first Illinois restaurant in Wheeling, Dan Campbell, the local franchisee and regional developer, said this week. He hopes to open by July 1 at 1083 Lake Cook Road in... FULL STORY
03/18/14 Wheeling regrets loss of grocery store
By Deborah Donovan - Now that the Garden Fresh grocery in Wheeling is closing March 25, so it can reopen in Buffalo Grove on March 26, Wheeling is hoping to attract another grocer to that space. But that might be a tall order, said John Melaniphy, Wheeling's... FULL STORY
03/12/14 Rolling Meadows rejects video gambling
By Deborah Donovan - The Rolling Meadows City Council turned down video gambling Tuesday on a tie 3-3 vote broken by Mayor Tom Rooney. Alderman Mike Cannon of Ward 1 was absent, and two of the council members who voted in favor of allowing video gambling --... FULL STORY
03/12/14 Dart's challengers says sheriff's department morale is low
By Deborah Donovan - "Experience" is the word in the race for the Democratic nomination for Cook County Sheriff. Sheriff Tom Dart has run the department for eight years, but his three opponents all say the office needs a leader with hands-on experience in law... FULL STORY
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