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Lake County lawmakers ask energy company for Waukegan coal plant answers
Tricoci University supports Illinois’ only all-women charity bicycle ride
FC United U-18 team completes run to Region II semis
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Forest preserve set to buy final piece of Des Plaines River Trail
Deerfield building on strong finish to 2013 season
Opinions vary among area high school coaches about the value of club basketball
Coaches well aware of IHSA’s travel basketball participation rule
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Love Essentially: When should you take your profile off of dating websites?
Brett Packee influences local golf scene with CORE Golf
Deerfield’s BJBE translates collaborative vision into new sanctuary
Teeing Off: Jordan Niebrugge, Nick Hardy to lead star-studded field at Western Amateur
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Renovations begin on Deerfield High School
Movie Review: ‘Le Chef’ offers a meager menu of laughs
CLC presents Mel Brooks’ new musical, ‘Young Frankenstein’
Editorial: Time for Lake County’s Winchester House reaches an end
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Bill Kurtis hosts a little barbecue on the prairie
Zengeler Cleaners announces retirement of two long-time employees
Illinois Holocaust Museum spotlight: Visitor services volunteer Florine Marks
First class to spend all 4 years at DHS returns for building tour
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Early fundraising results show Schneider slightly ahead of Dold
Residents seek relief from continued flooding in North Trail subdivision
Police Blotter: Highland Park man charged with DUI
Homeowners incorporate pet-friendly features
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Property Transfers: Millstone Road property sells for $399,000
Help Squad: A little phone time can cut monthly bills
Lake County Animal Control relocates to $3.5 million Libertyville facility Government
Lake County Animal Control relocates to $3.5 million Libertyville facility
Lake County’s animal control and care facility is moving from an old building in Mundelein to a newly built complex in Libertyville. Animal control does vaccinations, provides public awareness, houses abandoned animals and investigates animal cruelty complaints. All phone numbers to the department will remain the same. The new 10,000-square-foot building is located at 18736 W. Peterson Road, which is just east of Route 45. Department spokeswoman Carolyn Waller said the one-story facility cost $3.5 million.
July 7 2:06 p.m. |
Former B’nai Torah rabbi founds new Highland Park synagogue News
Former B’nai Torah rabbi founds new Highland Park synagogue
It did not take Rabbi Michel Sommer long in less than two years at B’nai Torah to capture the spirit that made the congregation a special place for 60 years before it closed its doors June 30. Sommer intends to keep that spirit alive when he starts Har Shalom, a new congregation that will hold its services at Highland Park’s Lakeside Congregation for Reform Judaism starting at 7:30 p.m. July 18. At least 44 former B’nai Torah members have already signed up.
July 3 12:55 p.m. |

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