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Waukegan Park District offers childcare services during teachers’ strike
Waukegan teachers strike, schools close
Signs of fall are showing early in Lake County
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Students hope Waukegan teachers, district avert strike
Deputies arrest or ticket more than 80 in September road side checks
Defense says grand jury was confused in drug-induced homicide case
CLC’s lakeshore expansion a year behind schedule
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Talk of the County: Are Waukegan teachers, gas station owners gouging?
Rousso heads to prison while judge rules on time served
Editorial: Tech industry needs more women like Lake Villa’s Shaquanda Barker
Moran: CyberGrinch spoils Great America’s support for Lake County Honor Flight
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Projects aim to improve Des Plaines River water quality in Gurnee
Drug bust snares 22 defendants, $5 million cash
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Waukegan District 60 meets with teachers’ union this morning
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People on the Move: High honors for Lindenhurst CTCA nurse
Halloween fun at Trucks, Trunks, Treats in Vernon Hills
Libertyville artist exhibits watercolors at Adler Center
KISS tribute band to perform at Brat Stop
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Religion Notes: Donate clothes to Antioch church
Warren wins, but it’s not the only winner
Stevenson’s Connor Cashaw ‘certain’ Rice is right choice
Katsman scores against as Stevenson soccer beats Mundelein
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Vernon Hills stuns field in Conference tourney
Sharefest ‘angels’ help seniors in Antioch, Lindenhurst, Lake Villa
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. |
Be proactive to combat risk factors for breast cancer Lifestyles
Be proactive to combat risk factors for breast cancer
LIFELONG HEALTH: A sedentary lifestyle, high-fat diet, obesity, excessive alcohol intake and certain chemicals in cosmetics are all associated with a greater risk of breast cancer. Live a heart-healthy lifestyle, eat right, exercise, make sure you are not exposed to chemicals causing breast cancer, and have mammograms regularly so you can minimize your chances of breast cancer.
July 22 2:16 p.m. |

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