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ZBTHS school board president resigns
More Lake County road construction projects underway
Lake County Community Digest: Chick-fil-A’s Customer Appreciation Week
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Bulletin Board: Library, school, commission meetings
Talk of the County: Let’s hold our politicians accountable
Gurnee students celebrate Constitution Day at county courthouse
Defense, prosecution discuss plea deal in Long Grove fatal crash case
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Waukegan teachers authorize strike date of Oct. 2
Libertyville Oktoberfest helps Waukegan kids go to college
Editorial: Hospital merger might be unhealthy for your wallet
Moran: Libertyville rocks for Parents’ Night Out
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Waukegan man charged with 2 more armed robberies in Lake County
Letter to the editor: Support Leslie Munger for ‘common-sense solutions’
Football standings after Week 4
A late summer Southern classic — tomato pie
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Police: Libertyville man tried to meet 14-year-old boy for sex
Libertyville may repeal ban on video gambling
$3.5M rehab of Vernon Hills police station underway
Prep football fans can show support for unemployed vets
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Bulletin Board: School, library, committee meetings
‘Firsts in Waukegan’ recalled at Oakwood Cemetery Walk
Boy Scout Troop 66 hosts 20th annual spaghetti dinner
Beach Park man killed in single-car crash
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Santa Maria del Popolo presents the comedy ‘Parish Play’ Sept. 26-27
Pakastini artists combine to create
Local Voices
Editorial: Lake Forest earns a $399,000 education
EDITORIAL: For county taxpayers, the cost for various insurance policies for their village, town or city pay is largely hidden deep inside budget documents. It’s minutiae-only government wonks, budgeters and lawyers follow closely. But once in a while, municipalities lean on that liability insurance not only to forestall catastrophic financial losses but also to save the town’s reputation.
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