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Traveling Vietnam Wall Memorial in Zion brings long-ago war close to home
Zion goes all out to make Labor Day parade the biggest and the best
Lovell joins dedication for Blue Star Memorial Marker at train station garden
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Stevenson basketball excited to hit the road this season
Help Squad: Airline makes good on lost luggage
HACP show in Round Lake Beach packs solid 1-2 punch
Talk of the County: Why do we have to pay to play in Waukegan?
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Editorial: Public pension fiasco could hit home soon
Waukegan High rifle team is up to the Challenge
Zion-Benton’s Admiral Schofield commits to Tennessee
Crowd takes bait, enjoys Hometown Festival
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Lake Forest community gets a Taste of life in Serbia
September festival guide for Chicago’s suburbs
Police are seeking help in Waukegan homicide
Defense dominant as Waukegan rolls in opener
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Saturday’s football scoreboard
Team from Round Lake wins conference youth swim meet
North Coast Music Festival after shows
Movie Review: ‘Life of Crime’ pays off
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Grayslake bakery named finalist in Martha Stewart American Made contest
Defense, Darrius Crump carry the day for Warren
Defense, Jordan Mercure stand out in Lakes’ victory
Deerfield dominates Zion-Benton in season opener
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Teacher from Lake Forest wanted on sexual assault charges
Waukegan ESL class provides practical schooling for parents
Defense dominant as Waukegan rolls in opener Football
Defense dominant as Waukegan rolls in opener
When Waukegan High School didn’t hire a new varsity football coach until two days after practice began in August for the 2014 season, Bulldog fans were hoping against hope that the team would somehow would be able to turn such a negative into a positive. But when the team’s season began on Saturday afternoon in front of a big crowd at North Chicago High School, Waukegan did something even better: It turned a negative into a negative.
Aug. 30 8:34 p.m. |
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. |
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