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Fifty years of fudge at the Lake County Fair
Lake County to host its last Kids 1st Health Fair in August
Park City approves $500K public works facility
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Waukegan woman cited in motorcyclist’s death
Talk of the County: Team Scoop or Team North Shore Rods?
Facing arrest, Zion man fights with Waukegan cops, strikes police dog
Quinn announces Lake County construction project investments
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Editorial: Torture murder will cost us all $24 million
Judge sets trial date in attempted murder case
Army Corps OKs $4.5M plan to dredge sediment from Waukegan Harbor
Waukegan murder trial set to begin Dec. 1
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Club sends piece of home to Hometown Heroes in the military
Huntley man charged in attemped kidnapping of Lincolnshire girl
What’s next for Waukegan High football? How about lights?
Waukegan honors crew that beautifies downtown
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Return of founders of IRA is cause for night of celebration at Wilmot Speedway
Waukegan’s new lakefront café offers atmosphere, food, entertainment
Letter: Please donate supplies for Lake County schools
Opening day offers fun inside and outside the Lake County Fair
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Schneider’s Hezbollah sanctions bill passes House
Community Digest: Great Lakes Naval Museum to host ‘Float Your Boat’ event
Highland Park’s Music Theatre premieres tale of trailblazing ‘Mill Girls’
Open Days welcome visitors to Lake County gardens
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Kids add color, flair to Lake County Circuit Clerk’s Office
Defense investigation into ‘culture of sexual abuse’ puts sentencing on hold
Opinions
Talk of the County: Team Scoop or Team North Shore Rods?
Reader submission: “I think it’s really a shame that somebody thought the “Scoop” was a mess in the TOTC. Evidentially they’re from the North Shore Rods because they weren’t there. It was wonderful both days and everything was under control. There were plenty of cars and there was no confusion like there was at the North Shore Rods show, where there was excessive drinking and loud music.”
July 24 2:08 p.m. |
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Talk of the County: Waukegan Class of ‘64 still feels at home
Reader submission: “Again, thanks to Waukegan for supporting us and letting us ‘come home’ once again to relive our high school days and share our memories with friends from long ago. Yes, the city has changed, but our memories of high school in Waukegan will never change and we have those to take back with us wherever we may live now. Go Bulldogs!”
July 23 2:27 a.m. |
Two charged in Waukegan burglaries Crime
Two charged in Waukegan burglaries
Quinton Crider, 18, is charged with five counts of residential burglary for incidents in the 2700 block of Mohawk, the 2400 block of Cheyenne, the 2700 block of Florida, and two incidents in the 1700 block of Metropolitan, Waukegan police said in a statement.
July 22 6:36 p.m. |
Dold, Schneider call for government action on corporate inversions Government
Dold, Schneider call for government action on corporate inversions
With some of the area’s largest corporations considering taking their headquarters to foreign soil, both Rep. Brad Schneider (D-Deerfield) and his challenger, former Rep. Robert Dold (R-Kenilworth), want to see government action. Reforming the corporate tax code and specific legislation to curb the incentive for American corporations to move overseas and take advantage of lower corporate taxes has emerged as a leading issue in this rematch for the 10th Congressional District seat between Dold and Schneider Nov. 4.
July 22 2:54 p.m. |
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