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Bulletin Board: Committee and Board meetings across Lake County
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Waukegan social worker reflects on her time on the picket line
Convicted murderer found guilty of kidnapping, sex assault in Lake County
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Police: Thief flashed gun while fleeing from Menards store in Gurnee
Two new candidates vie for Lake County Treasurer post
Community Digest: New River Road Bike Path and Trail opens Nov. 1
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Talk of the County: On Election Day, remember politicians are like diapers
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Inside The Huddle: Round 1 playoff preview
Sun-Times suburban papers sold to Tribune
Here & Now: Kenny Rogers at Genesee Theatre Nov. 7
Datebook: ‘The King and I’ through Jan. 4 at Marriott Theatre
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Moran: Mailboxes can exhale with end of election season
LFC perfect in women’s soccer
Waukegan High athletics can use a boost
Three former Bears players open fitness-training facility
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Waukegan murder defendant’s alleged confession detailed in trial
Park District announces grant for indoor pool at Hinkston Fieldhouse
Opinions
Letter: Stolman is a leader on transparency
I heard County Treasurer candidate David Stolman, who has been a leader on transparency his entire career, talk about some things he would do if elected. He would develop a searchable ledger for Lake County’s finances so they are more easily accessible, as right now they are only available in pdf format. He would also increase the transparency of our property tax bills so we can see how much we are paying each unit of government.
Oct. 19 noon |
Lake County Ari Briskman deputy honored for life-saving heroics People
Lake County Ari Briskman deputy honored for life-saving heroics
On July 8, 2014 Deputy Briskman responded to an unresponsive one year old boy in unincorporated Lake Villa. When Deputy Briskman arrived he had difficulty communicating with the child’s parents because of a language barrier. Deputy Briskman administered CPR and the child coughed becoming responsive. The child was transported to Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville where it was determined he suffered a febrile seizure caused by a high fever.
Oct. 13 9:48 a.m. |


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