Missing Gurnee woman Anne Stroll died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, officials from the Lake County Coroner’s office said Wednesday following an autopsy.
Seventy-two years after he survived the attack on Pearl Harbor, John Terrell of Lake Forest says there’s a reason he shares his story every December as a cautionary tale for the current and future generations. “Never let your guard down and keep America alert — never let it be caught off guard again,” the 93-year-old Navy veteran said of the lessons he learned on Dec. 7, 1941.
Country music megastar Trace Adkins currently finds himself out on his very first Christmas show tour, putting on a production that elegantly combines the history and carols of the holiday season with some humor only the burly baritone can offer up.
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Revised cost estimates for all 25 miles of a Route 53/120 extension in 2020 dollars now include a high-end figure of $2.87 billion, nearly $500 Read More
EXTRA POINT: Glen Kozlowski spent part of Monday afternoon at North Chicago High School trying to help create a college-football opportunity for one of the Read More
There are smiles on many faces in Gurnee, now that Mayor Kristina Kovarik announced this week that Mariano’s, a quality grocery market chain, will soon Read More
Kids of all ages love the tale of “The Nutcracker,” but the ballet is sometimes a little long for preschoolers’ attention spans. Dancenter North has Read More
A tasty gyro spot owned and operated by a couple of brothers is gearing up for expansion. Though painted blue and white, the colors of Read More