Vice President Joe Biden is coming to Vernon Hills next Wednesday, Oct. 22, for an early vote rally to support several local Democratic candidates. Biden will be stumping for Rep. Brad Schneider, Sen. Dick Durbin and Paul Vallas, who is campaigning for lieutenant governor along with incumbent Pat Quinn.
Oct. 15 1:03 p.m. |
Both Dold and Schneider had a hand in bipartisan budgets during their respective Congressional tenures. Their record differs when it comes to Medicare and the Affordable Care Act.
With the barrage of conflicting messages, voters in the 58th House District may be hard-pressed to discern the sharp differences between the candidates before casting their ballots early or on election day Nov. 4.
Oct. 14 1:53 p.m. |
By sending Mr. Dold to Washington, I would have some hope we can look to the Congress to seriously address our most pressing national issues like taxes, education, health care.
Wednesday, Oct. 15: Community Consolidated School District 46: School board meets 6:30 p.m., Meadowview School, 291 Lexington Lane, Grayslake.
Oct. 13 10:49 a.m. |
"We are still trying to figure out how he is going to plug an $8 billion hole in the budget, and reduce property taxes, and increase money for education, and invest in the infrastructure," said Paul Vallas, the candidate for Illinois lieutenant governor running as Gov. Patrick Quinn's running mate.
From the Community
Oct. 13 10:03 a.m. |
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.
Fourth Ward Ald. Harold Beadling and Mayor Wayne Motley exchanged harsh words during this week's Waukegan City Council meeting after Beadling returned to a recent practice of scrutinizing the mayor's reimbursed expenses.
Oct. 9 2:48 p.m. |
State Senator Julie Morrison (D-Deerfield) and the City of Highland Park are hosting a forum on intellectual and developmental disabilities on Tuesday, Oct. 14.
Oct. 8 4:14 p.m. |