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North Chicago to welcome home veterans from Honor Flight trip
Lake County Sheriff’s Office earns top spot in plane pull fundraiser
Talk of the County: Waukegan teachers deserve benefits
Gurnee man discovers handwritten Abraham Lincoln treasures
Avon Township Supervisor: Assessor ‘closed his office and laid-off his employees’
Dr. Lipschitz: Only have a cardiac stress test if needed Lifestyles
Dr. Lipschitz: Only have a cardiac stress test if needed
LIFELONG: Annually, hundreds of thousands of healthy Americans have an EKG and stress test to screen for coronary artery disease. The stress test can be done in one of two ways. The heart can either be stressed by exercising on a treadmill and the heart monitored by EKG, or by injecting a radioisotope and scanning the heart before and after exercise.
Sept. 23 10:05 a.m. |
Visually impaired teen chases dream to write for ‘SNL’ Lifestyles
Visually impaired teen chases dream to write for ‘SNL’
Zach Shanaberger, who was born with a vision impairment that made him legally blind, has consistently excelled in school from the time he was in first grade, all the way through his most recent class at the College of Lake County. For his record of academic success and overcoming adversity, Zach was recently awarded a $2,000 scholarship from The Chicago Lighthouse, a Glenview-based agency that provides a variety of innovative programs for people who are blind or visually impaired.
Sept. 23 10:02 a.m. |