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Inverness, Illinois - History
... In 1962, Inverness was incorporated as a Village to be governed by a President and Board of Trustees ... The first meeting of the Village board was July 5, 1962 and was held at the Field House, which was then at the western edge of the Village ... In the spring of 1977 the Village Hall was relocated to a 100-year old farmhouse on Palatine Road ...
Quarndon
... Quarndon is a linear village in the English county of Derbyshire ... a little ragged, but noted village, where there is a famous chalybeat spring, to which abundance of people go in the season to drink the water, as also a cold bath ... an amateur dramatics society which has been performing plays in the village hall since 1941 ...
Great Village, Nova Scotia - Mahon Cemetery
... The Mahon Cemetery is Great Village's historic cemetery which is still in use today, Buried in it are many early settlers and their descendants including Elizabeth Bishop ...
Indian Head Park, Illinois
... Indian Head Park is a village in Cook County, Illinois slightly north of the intersection of Interstate 294 and Interstate 55 ... The village is south of Western Springs, north of Burr Ridge, and west of Countryside ... The village's ZIP code is 60525 (LaGrange) ...
Village - North America - United States
... Incorporated villages See also Administrative divisions of New York#Village and Village (Oregon) In twenty U.S ... states, the term "village" refers to a specific form of incorporated municipal government, similar to a city but with less authority and geographic scope ... this is a generality in many states, there are villages that are an order of magnitude larger than the smallest cities in the state ...

Famous quotes containing the word village:

    In Canada an ordinary New England house would be mistaken for the ch√Ęteau, and while every village here contains at least several gentlemen or “squires,” there is but one to a seigniory.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    The village had institutionalized all human functions in forms of low intensity.... Participation was high and organization was low. This is the formula for stability.
    Marshall McLuhan (1911–1980)