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The first people to settle in what is now Mount Prospect, Illinois were primarily from New England. However, in the early 1840s, the majority of these settlers left for various reasons such as moving west for gold or religious reasons, or moving back east. In 1848 a large wave of German immigrants came to America and moved out west. Mount Prospect was primarily settled by Lutheran Germans whose hopes were to establish a community. They were successful in their goal, producing a German speaking, farming community.

Population: 56265
Local Newspapers: Mount Prospect Times Mount Prospect Journal
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Zip Codes associated with mount prospect, illinois: 60056
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Mount Pleasant News
Black River couple going back to the city where they met to see eclipse

Jessica Whitmore and her husband could not have picked a better place to see Monday's total eclipse of the sun. "It's an opportunity to get to see something that's once in a lifetime," she said.

Mount Pleasant cruises

Charleston continues to welcome, if that's the word, 104 cruise ship stops a year. That's the maximum number that city officials agreed to accept in a pact with the State Ports Authority.

The Notebook* - "Inspired Honeymoon in Charleston

If you still get all the feels when Noah grabs Allie's face and pleads, "It's still not over," then a honeymoon inspired by just might be the perfect trip for you and your love. The film adaptation of Nicholas Sparks's novel took the country by storm when first released in 2004, and it has left not a dry eye in the house since.

Bank with growing South Carolina presence names new CEO

The former CEO of a big Upstate lender has been named chief executive officer of a growing Georgia bank that's been making inroads in South Carolina. Lynn Harton was named to the top job at United Community Bank on Thursday.

Motley Rice files first South Carolina suit to recover Charleston County 911 Center funds

Motley Rice, on behalf of the County of Charleston, South Carolina, filed a suit today alleging that telecommunications companies have failed to properly bill, collect, and remit 911 charges from its business customers that are owed to the County's Consolidated 911 Center.

Charleston County sues 19 phone companies for potentially 'millions' in uncollected 911 surcharges

Charleston County on Thursday sued nearly two dozen telephone companies, alleging that they have failed to bill businesses for 911 services and send the proceeds to its dispatch center. The move is thought to be the first of its kind in South Carolina, where the law allows government dispatch entities, such as the Charleston County Consolidated 911 Center, to have the companies impose the 50-cent monthly charge on phone lines in their jurisdiction.

Friends will put hundreds of books in Charleston County cassrooms

Charleston County public school teachers will be the beneficiaries, thanks to a grant received by the Charleston Friends of the Library.

Retail News: Trader Joe's 50th anniversary prompts weekend bash and the new Edmund's Oast Exchange

Trader Joe's is turning 50. The specialty grocer will celebrate Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 19-20, at its Mount Pleasant location, which opened in 2011. Leroy Burnell/Staff Trader Joe's is turning 50. The specialty grocer will celebrate Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 19-20, at its Mount Pleasant location, which opened in 2011.

NBC's Al Roker may not come to Charleston to report on eclipse

The NBC "Today" show co-host, who is scheduled to cover Monday's rare event from aboard the Yorktown aircraft carrier at Patriots Point, could bail out of his appearance. Roker said on Wednesday's program that he is looking at moving his planned Mount Pleasant eclipse broadcast to a different location if the weather does not cooperate.

Charleston port agency OKs land deal for dredging project

Cranes move cargo on the OOCL Asia at the State Ports Authority's Wando Welch Terminal in Mount Pleasant. The maritime agency is spending about $2 billion on projects designed to accommodate big container ships carrying 13,000 or more cargo boxes.

Frosty Manor restaurant once occupied site of Page's Okra Grill

At some point before 1956, when the Milwaukee postcard company E.C. Kropp folded, Frosty Manor owner J.J. Fabian ordered a hefty number of cards promoting his Mount Pleasant restaurant's seafood and air conditioning. Those cards have since flooded the collectible market, so people searching for vintage Charleston-area restaurant souvenirs in any online store are likely to quickly come across a pastel tinted image of "Mother's only competitor."

Dermatologist Ashton Rountree M.D. joins Germain Dermatology

Germain Dermatology of Mount Pleasant, S.C. is pleased to welcome dermatologist Ashton Rountree, M.D., to the Germain Dermatology.

Back to school: What you need to know for Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester counties

Carolina Park Elementary School 2nd-grade teacher Cindy Howell prepares her classroom, as she and other teachers, along with construction crews ready the new school Tuesday, August 15, 2017, for an open house Wednesday afternoon at 2: 30 p.m. and the first day of school on Thursday. Brad Nettles/Staff Carolina Park Elementary School volunteers place books on the shelf in the library at the new school, as other teachers, along with construction crews ready the new school Tuesday, August 15, 2017, for an open house Wednesday afternoon at 2: 30 p.m. and the first day of school on Thursday.

How to grocery shop without a car

In your first few days living in downtown Charleston, you might wonder what all the fuss is about having a car. You didn't really need one, after all; what could possibly be happening in Mt.

State panel OKs Patriots Point plan to repay ship-repair loan

Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum borrowed $9.2 million from the state to make emergency hull repairs to the destroyer Laffey in 2009. A formal repayment plan was approved Tuesday.

Crowd gathers to voice concern over quarry

Citizens spilled out into the lobby of the Williamsburg County Public Service building on Monday, August 7, in protest to a proposed limestone quarry in Earles. Williamsburg County Council took action after pleas by the citizens.

Hot Properties for Aug. 14, 2017

Hot Properties highlights recently sold or leased commercial properties in the Charleston region. Submissions should be sent to dailyjournal@scbiznews.com .

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