American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A village of northeast Illinois, a suburb of Chicago. Population: 69,900.
“When you pull up to a light and pull up to be able to see to the left so as to make a right turn on red which, by the way, is legal why were people in Bolingbrook being ticketed?”
“My dad and uncle went to a brewery meeting in Bolingbrook a year or so ago when they just began brewing the reformulated Schlitz.”
“The other night I found myself kicking around the Southwest Suburbs of Chicago with my wife and we ended up a restaurant called Ted's Montana Grill in Bolingbrook, IL (the Ted is for broadcast mogul Ted Turner).”
“But as you said, it was a-- it was a village (ph) inspection worker from a suburb called Lyons (ph), which Lyons is not far from Bolingbrook, which is where Drew and Stacy Peterson shared their home.”
“She testified she did not call Bolingbrook authorities for help because Peterson worked there and she did not trust the department to put Stacy's interests first.”
“Anyone with information on Flood or his whereabouts is asked to call Bolingbrook police at”
“Peterson, who was an officer in the Chicago suburb of Bolingbrook, is charged with murder in the 2004 bathtub drowning of his third wife, Kathleen Savio.”
“Former Bolingbrook police sergeant and murder suspect Drew Peterson believes that Illinois State Police should apologize for casting "a huge cloud of suspicion" on him by previously stating that his wife Stacy Peterson is "missing and presumed dead.”
“Cities that recorded big jumps in population included Aurora and Joliet, both up 38%, and Bolingbrook, up 30%.”
“-- RB Jamel Martin, Bolingbrook, Ill. -- Martin is a three-star recruit by Scout. com.”
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