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Carmel volleyball wins share of first ESCC title
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Once-cold North Chicago murder nears trial
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Statement from Waukegan Teachers Union: ‘The whole truth’
Waukegan man found guilty in large-scale drug operation case
Police: Fox Lake bank robbery suspect caught in minutes
Letter to the editor: Brad Schneider ‘working to end the partisan gridlock’
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Letter: Why won’t Schneider appear with Dold in local forums?
State of Illinois sets up Ebola task force
Editorial: Another decade, another Waukegan lakefront dream
Talk of the County: Strikes impact on kids lunches, teachers’ pocketbooks
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Waukegan beach ‘cleaner than it’s been in years’ after volunteer effort
Portillo’s may not move in to Deerfield
The Big Questions: Author Jen Lancaster on bucket lists, conservatism and (not) writing about sex
Waukegan teachers respond to district criticism
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School Board tells teachers to compromise, get back in school
Love Essentially: A relationship issue no one wants to talk about
District 75, teachers reach tentative contract agreement
Homeless benefit director ‘saddened’ by Waukegan business opposition
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Libertyville volleyball rallies to win NSC title
Police: Man killed in fiery, head-on crash in Long Grove
After a deal is reached, reopening Waukegan schools becomes next hurdle
Biden denounces ‘cockamamie’ Republican values at Vernon Hills rally
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Yingling, Drobinski talk financial platforms for 62nd District
Letter: Vote Chuck Bartels for Lake County Board
New attorney moves Highland Park murder case forward Crime
New attorney moves Highland Park murder case forward
After months without formal legal representation, a defendant in the 2013 shooting death of Highland Park 20-year-old Colin Nutter has a new attorney. Philip Vatamaniuc, a 17-year-old charged with first-degree murder in Nutter’s death, is now being represented by private defense attorney Patrick Quilty.
Oct. 21 3 p.m. |
Zion man gets 23 years for murder of infant son News
Zion man gets 23 years for murder of infant son
An 18-year-old Zion man was sentenced to 23 years in prison Monday after pleading guilty earlier this year to murdering his five-month-old son. Victor Salinas-Corona faced between 20 and 30 years in exchange for his guilty plea to first-degree murder under a negotiated deal.
Oct. 20 6:48 p.m. |


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