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Walk against violence in Zion is a positive first step
Picnic marks Wauconda library’s 75th anniversary
Community rallies to support those battling cancer
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Mundelein mom finds working from home’s ‘ruff’ but never dull
Lake County Fair finishes with a flourish
Woman wanted for DUI, license violations
Better Government Association lawsuit aims to lift veil on IHSA finances
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Quidditch teams fly out of the pages of ‘Harry Potter’ into real life
Movies: ‘And So It Goes’ reviewed, and other new, recent films
Movie Review: Philip Seymour Hoffman’s performance haunts ‘A Most Wanted Man’
Club Calendar: Rotary clubs, Waukegan alumni, Kiwanis and more
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Dyanne Earley, former Marriott Theatre artistic director, has died
Lake County Fair’s fare delivers a host of guilty pleasures
Lost, abandoned, stray animals have new home in Lake County
Kathy Hart takes her act to Highwood’s restaurant scene
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Reputed Waukegan gang member found guilty of attempted murder
Waukegan Housing Authority throws fun, informational block party
Services held for former deputy in fatal skydiving jump
North Chicago replaces fire department’s outdated breathing equipment
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Business Calendar: Buffalo Grove, Lindenhurst-Lake Villa chambers of commerce
Talk of the County: Begging for a solution to beggars
Editorial: Thief who stole from North Chicago kids didn’t deserve mercy
Pet of the Week: Pup in need of convalescence
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Art part of recovery plan for ailing vets at Lovell Health Care Center
5 Things to do: Fair, fest, stroll, show and fund raise
Opinions
Talk of the County: Begging for a solution to beggars
Reader submission: “Why can’t you ever go the Zion Post Office without being approached by people begging for money. It’s become tiresome and it can be scary at times when you never know who’s going to walk up on you begging for cash. Can’t anything be done to stop these people from approaching you everyday?”
July 25 1:04 p.m. |
Moran: Why is attendance down at the Lake County Fair? News
Moran: Why is attendance down at the Lake County Fair?
In 1998, more than 250,000 attended the Lake County Fair. Granted, it is now a five-day festival rather than a six-day one, but for whatever reason, 200,000 visitors is the stuff of memories. In 2009, attendance was 138,000. It dropped below the 100,000 mark in 2011 and remains there.
July 25 11:59 a.m. |
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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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