The Antioch area will see its first tax referendum to fund emergency medical services in the village and township on the November ballot, and the Antioch Community for EMS committee is spearheading a fundraising event and talent show Saturday at the Brooks Band Shell to support passage.
Sept. 19 2 p.m. |
Did you know that four cents of every dollar Grayslake collects each year goes to pay for property taxes? And what does a homeowner receive in return?
In the run-up to the Nov. 4 election, candidates in the 58th State Representative race and several Lake County offices will participate in separate debates on Sunday, Sept. 28, in Lake Forest.
Sept. 17 4:04 p.m. |
Gurnee area taxing bodies have been asked to pony up tax rebates to the tune of $2.3 million over five years to help bring the AKAHN Semiconductor corporate headquarters, tech incubator and manufacturing operations to the old Kenall facility in the Grand Tri-State Business Park.
Sept. 17 3:20 p.m. |
Lake County Undersheriff Ray Rose has filed a $100,000 defamation suit against a former sheriff’s deputy in response to allegations posted on social media, specifically that Rose was thrown out of a pizza parlor because he was drunk.
Sept. 17 8:50 a.m. |
The Democratic candidate for Illinois’ 6th Congressional District said Sunday that constituents deserve better middle-class representation to reflect average Americans.
Sept. 16 1 p.m. |
The Senate passed the bill 52-0, while the House of Representatives voted 102-11. All 11 no-votes were from Republicans, and all but one represent downstate districts. State Rep. Ron Sandack of Downers Grove said he voted against unneeded regulation.
Sept. 15 11:11 a.m. |
Trading accusations about how they would handle Medicare and Social Security, Rep. Brad Schneider, D-Deerfield, and his opponent in the Nov. 4 election, former Rep. Robert Dold, R-Kenilworth, tried to make each other look like a senior citizen’s worst nightmare.
Sept. 14 3:11 p.m. |
Libertyville’s search for more downtown parking received a boost on Tuesday, Sept. 9, when the Lake County Board agreed to allow the village to explore options on the west side of Milwaukee Avenue under the terms of a 28-year-old Tax Increment Financing District between the two parties.
Sept. 12 3:39 p.m. |