“I’ve been through hell,” said Sudie Gordon, 58, of North Chicago, describing her feelings since the shooting death of her son, Emmanuel Johnson, 23, on June 24, 2009, just a few blocks from where they lived.
Local implementation of the state’s medical-marijuana law moved a step closer to reality on Tuesday, March 11, when the Lake County Board approved regulations for both cultivation centers and dispensaries for medicinal cannabis.
A federal bankruptcy judge in Chicago has given power wholesaler Edison Mission Energy the go-ahead to emerge from bankruptcy by selling most of its assets to NRG Energy Inc. for $2.6 billion, including the Midwest Generation facility in Waukegan.
Members of the Waukegan Council of the Lake County Federation of Teachers, who have set a strike date of April 16 amid stalled contract talks with Waukegan School District officials, staged an informational picket on Tuesday, March 11, outside the district’s Sheridan Road headquarters.
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Members of the Waukegan Council of the Lake County Federation of Teachers, who have set a strike date of April 16 amid stalled contract talks Read More
St. Patrick had an answer for almost everything North Chicago threw at it on Tuesday night. But it was the one question no one thought Read More
As gin and whiskey history buffs, passionate distillers, friends and neighbors, Copper Fiddle Distillery owners Jose Hernandez and Fred Robinson have a lot in common. Read More
The Lake County Folk Club will present Donna Herula and Tony Nardiello at 7 p.m. March 16 at The In-Laws Restaurant, 720 Milwaukee Ave. in Read More
With a hint of spring in the air, good sports of all ages had their locks shorn off in Ingleside Sunday afternoon in an effort Read More