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Vice President Biden in Vernon Hills for Democratic rally
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Motorcycle cancer benefit to ride out of Waukegan
North Chicago Safety Fair to showcase new equipment, first responders
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Talk of the County: Taking on Ebola, taxes and political pipe dreams
Editorial: NRG coal plant plan seems depressingly familiar for Waukegan
Halloween comes early and often in Lake County
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Religion Notes: Shiloh Baptist Church of Waukegan celebrates its 97th anniversary
Pianist Umi Garrett, 13, to perform at Orlin Trapp in Waukegan
Ghost Walk spirits descend on Lake Bluff Oct. 25-26
It’s trick-or-treating time in Lake County
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Letters to the Editor: ALS fundraiser; Yingling’s gavel
Political Brief: Three local mayors endorse State Sen. Link for the 30th Senate District
Police expert: Thefts, planned crimes increase in fall
Waukegan schools to remain closed Wednesday as negotiations continue
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Closed schools leave Waukegan food pantry in greater need
Talk of the County: Cats, rats and liquor stores
It’s time to receive the influenza vaccination
Easy slow cooker chili that lives up to the hype
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Skunk War resumes and skunks are losing
More time needed for DNA tests linked to North Chicago, Waukegan murders
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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