Des Plaines Journal


Des Plaines Journal
Des Plaines Journal is listed in the Newspapers category in Des Plaines, Illinois. Displayed below is the only current social network for Des Plaines Journal which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Des Plaines Journal on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 74.

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622 Graceland Ave
Des Plaines, IL 60016
(847) 299-5511
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Journal & Topics Newspapers added 5 new photos — at Roosevelt University.
US Rep Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-8th) hosts overflowing town hall meeting with about 300 people in attendance, many of whom were concerned with the actions and statements of the Trump Administration and a majority GOP Congress. Check next week's Journal-Topics Newspapers for full coverage.

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A short time before a horrific three-car crash on Northwest Highway in Des Plaines last Thursday claimed the lives of four people, including three from the same family, it’s believed that the two men in the Mercedes Benz that slammed into a Chevy Impala had visited one or two local bars.

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Four lives were lost after three cars collided in a high-speed crash on Northwest Highway in Des Plaines last night.

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“We just want Roskam to hear our voice, we just want to know where he stands,” said Holly Hootman, referring to Peter Roskam, Republican repre…

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After one hour and 40 minutes of public comment, voters at an overflowing special town meeting voted to allow Elk Grove Township trustees to negotiate the sale of the township day care center and township hall. Many residents spoke out strongly against selling the day care center, including former Township Supervisor Nanci Vanderweel, but current Supervisor Mike Sweeney said township trustees already voted to close the day care center, regardless of tonight's vote at the end of August and move to a voucher system. When asked, Sweeney said details of how the voucher system would work had not all been worked out yet.