Friday, July 20, 2012
Buffalo Grove police said a review of the incident resulted in "no criminal prosecution."
No charges will be filed in connection to the confrontation that occurred among Buffalo Grove residents at the June 18 Village Board meeting, police said. The decision wraps up an investigation that was launched after community blogger Stan Zoller and former trustee Lisa Stone engaged in an argument at the conclusion of the meeting. Resident Bonnie George came to Stone's defense and police and a resident helped diffuse the situation. Previously: Police Investigating After Fight Breaks out at Village Hall Cmdr. Jim Newton said Buffalo Grove police worked with the Cook County State’s Attorney’s office to review witnesses’ statements and video footage of the incident. They ended their investigation last week, he said. “There’s no criminal …
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Buffalo Grove's June 18 board meeting ended with an argument among residents.
Updated: 3:30 p.m. July 20 No Charges Filed in Village Hall Confrontation Updated: 9 a.m. Tuesday Buffalo Grove police are investigating a fight that broke out Monday night among a group of residents at Village Hall. The incident occurred moments after the Village Board’s regular meeting ended just before 10 p.m. As trustees headed into their closed-door session, former trustee Lisa Stone, who had addressed the board, headed to the side of the room where staff members and Buffalo Grove Police Chief Steve Balinski sit. Stone said she exchanged comments with another audience member, and then told resident Stan Zoller "you're next." Zoller often attends the meetings and documents the activity, which often involves Stone, in his blog. That's…
Friday, September 16, 2011
Buffalo Grove resident Stan Zoller has been named a "Distinguished Adviser" in a national competition.
Friday, September 16, 2011
The Dow Jones News Fund (DJNF) has recently named Buffalo Grove resident Stan Zoller, journalism teacher at Rolling Meadows High School, as one of four Distinguished Advisers in its National Journalism Teacher of the Year competition. Zoller is adviser for the award-winning RMHS student newspaper, The Pacer. A distinguished panel selected the honored teachers, based on submissions that included their student publications, résumés, letters of recommendation and responses to 14 questions. The adjudicators weigh each teacher's service in journalism organizations, personal and publication awards, the quality of their students' work on the school publication, and their philosophy and approach to student press rights and ethics. Zoller was …