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Doug T. Graham

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Palatine accuses store of selling drug paraphernalia

Aug 31 2016 | 5:18 pm - The village of Palatine is accusing a local convenience store of selling drug paraphernalia, and ordered its owners to a disciplinary hearing Friday to determine what punishment, if any, the business should face.

Tributes pour in after death of Catlow, Boloney’s co-owner

Aug 31 2016 | 5:59 am - Dozens of flowers sat outside the Catlow Theater and Boloney’s Sandwich Shop in downtown Barrington Tuesday in loving tribute to the life the businesses’ co-owner, Roberta Rapata, who died Sunday at 57.

Palatine police investigating rash of home burglaries

Aug 30 2016 | 5:14 pm - Police are investigating a rash of home burglaries on the village’s north side and providing tips for residents to help them avoid becoming a victim.

Suburban fans remember Juan Gabriel at sold-out Rosemont shows

Aug 29 2016 | 6:31 pm - When Aime Serrato thinks of Juan Gabriel, the superstar Mexican singer who died unexpectedly Sunday, she remembers him as she saw him on stage last year at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont — an icon who wrote and performed great music.

District 26 voters to decide fate of proposed Early Learning Center

Aug 26 2016 | 6:22 pm - The taxpayers of River Trails School District 26 this November will decide whether or not they want to increase their taxes so the district can build a $29 million Early Learning Center in Mount Prospect.

Dawn Patrol: Charity collecting for earthquake victims

Aug 25 2016 | 6:01 am - Suburban charity collecting for Italian quake victims. Break-in at Libertyville gun shop linked to Des Plaines attempt. Wheeling man accused of molesting two former neighbors. Dist. 13 OKs teachers contract. Barrington gets key underpass funding...

Palatine preschool teacher wins $10,000 excellence award

Aug 25 2016 | 5:28 pm - Attiya Mirza, a preschool teacher at Quentin Park KinderCare in Palatine, was awarded this week with a $10,000 Early Childhood Education Award for her teaching excellence in a surprise ceremony in front of her students.

Barrington gets key funding for Route 14 underpass

Aug 24 2016 | 7:31 pm - Barrington has reached another milestone in its long journey toward building a Route 14 underpass at the Canadian National Railway crossing. The Illinois Department of Transportation has agreed to provide $4 million to help fund land acquisition for...

After decades of helping others, Streamwood veteran gets the help he needs

Aug 24 2016 | 5:50 am - Streamwood resident Fred Hossfeld has dedicated much of his life to seeing that suburban veterans receive their just due. Now, after learning of some of his struggles in the two years since his wife’s death, the community has paid him back by...

Intruder spooked in Palatine, police say

Aug 20 2016 | 9:20 pm - A Palatine man who climbed through an unlocked window a Palatine home he thought to be empty got a shock Wednesday morning when he came across someone in the house, authorities said.

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