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20Jun

Pay It Forward

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Barrington Hills Police Department (BHPD) is asking for our help.  Officer Jeremy Hensler was recently diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also commonly referred to as Lou Gehrig’s disease, which is progressively debilitating and eventually terminal. As we all know, lives, priorities, and future plans can change in an instant and this is, sadly, the […]
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31May

Historic Building Looking for a New Home

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On Algonquin Road, just before you reach Route 25, don’t blink otherwise you’ll miss one of the oldest buildings in the area–a small, 800 square foot schoolhouse originally built in 1856 known as the Dickinson Daycare.  It became a police station in the 1970’s, and has since been vacant. The current property owner would like […]
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25May

LUNCH WITH THE CHIEF

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Our life experiences are the stories we share with friends and family, not just as they happen but in years to come. Dylan Ruff had such an experience resulting from his parents being the highest bidder in Countryside Elementary School Parent Teacher Organization’s (PTO) Fundraising Auction.  One item up for bid was the contribution by […]
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23May

Brinker & Otis Roads to be Resurfaced

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YES! The rumors you heard are true! Brinker and Otis Roads are included in the Cook County 2018 Road Program.  Barrington Hills Village Officials have been invited to attend a pre-construction meeting to learn the details of the upcoming project. Details will be published on the Village Website and on Facebook as we learn them. We […]
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23May

Barrington Honor Ride & Run Returns August 12th!

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The 8th annual Barrington Honor Ride & Run (BHRR) raising funds and awareness for our Nation’s heroes will be back at the Barrington Hills Park District on Sunday, August 12. The event raises funds for injured Veterans and First Responders on behalf of Project Hero. Project Hero provides a team building journey that creates an atmosphere of […]
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14May

With Many Thanks…

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Our awesome residents came together with friends, neighbors, family or affiliated organizations to lovingly participate in the Village’s Roadside Clean Up.  As one can imagine, all kinds of items were picked up along our roadways.  Litter, unfortunately, doesn’t discriminate where it lays.  Whether on a state, county, village or private road, passersby saw our volunteers […]
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10May

VBHPD CARRIES THE TORCH FOR SPECIAL OLYMPICS ILLINOIS

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BARRINGTON HILLS POLICE DEPARTMENT SPECIAL OLYMPICS TORCH RUN 2018 On June 10, 2018 the Barrington Hills Police Department will take part in the Annual Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR).  Leg 15 (route) will begin at the Barrington Hills Police Department at 8:00 AM and proceed west on Illinois Route 62 to Illinois Route 31, proceeding […]
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08May

Message from Police Chief Semelsberger

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As we move into the summer months, we would like our residents to be aware of ruse burglaries.  Ruse burglaries are committed by offenders generally traveling in pairs.  One offender uses a “ruse” to distract the victim, while the other offender enters the home to search for and steal cash, jewelry and other items.  Ruse […]
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05May

Barrington 220 CUSD Community Meetings & Online Video Series

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The Barrington 220 Board of Education invites the Barrington area community to three meetings in May to discuss how the Blueprint 220 master-facilities initiative could impact YOUR student’s future, YOUR property taxes and YOUR community. All three meetings will have the same agenda. Refreshments will be served at all meetings. Sat. May 12: 9am, BHS Guidance […]
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