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Moran: Let’s enjoy fall before Polar Vortex returns News
Moran: Let’s enjoy fall before Polar Vortex returns
DAN MORAN: Rather than curse the darkness that comes with earlier sunsets, let’s look forward to the first weeks of the fall season to come and the many events they have to offer: Monarch Festival, Maze til Midnight, Rib Throwdown, Fiestas Patrias, Moonlight Golf, final farmers markets and Octoberfest.
Aug. 29 11 a.m. |
Letters to the Editor: Waukegan coal plant changes aren’t good enough Opinions
Letters to the Editor: Waukegan coal plant changes aren’t good enough
As a Waukegan resident, I’m very disappointed by NRG Energy’s recent decision to continue burning coal on the lakefront. NRG, one of the largest power companies in America, recently announced it will invest $120 million to bring old equipment up to date so sulfur emissions will meet EPA and Illinois standards. On the surface, this may appear a good thing ... but it is not good enough.
Aug. 28 10:57 a.m. |