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Lake County Community Digest
People on the Move: Highwood names new city manager
Bulletin Board: School, committee and board meetings
Business Calendar: Waukegan mayor to speak at Waukegan Chamber meeting
Editorial: Who is responsible for 11-year-old Waukegan girl’s death?
Former Mundelein teacher pleads guilty to child sex abuse
Moran: Construction turns Peterson, Route 83 into ‘Mad Max’ scene
Police: Reputed gang member arrested on drug, gun charges
Hoops clinic for future Warren High girls players starts Thursday
Drug counselor testifies at Rousso sentencing
Kirk Players breaks the fourth wall in ‘Becky’s New Car’
Soulful songstress Patti Ecker appears Sept. 21 at In-Laws in Gurnee
Talk of the County: Route 53 will squeeze our pocket books
School Notes: Green Apple Day of Service at Woodland School
Lake County Divorces: Couples breaking up
Undersheriff files $100K defamation suit over Facebook post
Incentives lure Gurnee native’s tech firm to his hometown
Deer Park man gets 7 years for reproducing child porn
Fire destroys ‘mountain’ home near Wadsworth
Hollywood stars set to film on Amstutz Expressway
Waukegan man charged with robbing two stores in an hour
Library Notes: Kids are invited to create sugar skulls
Graffiti prompts Waukegan to buy new parking garage security cameras
Man who shot neighbor guilty of reckless discharge of a firearm
Democratic candidate Mason says he’s ‘flip side’ of incumbent Roskam
Mundelein’s Pk Pantry reborn as Quick Pick News
Mundelein’s Pk Pantry reborn as Quick Pick
One of Mundelein’s small business owners has returned home. Jitu Hingu is once again providing convenient services to people on the run who work, live or commute past Midlothian Road and Route 176. After seven years away, Hingu said he’s glad to see some of the familiar faces that stopped in every day at the same time, like clockwork.
Aug. 15 9:36 a.m. |