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Recently issued building permits in Libertyville
Kirk Players breaks the fourth wall in ‘Becky’s New Car’
Top 24: Week 3 high school football photos
Interior Life: Outer Space
Libertyville Property Transfers: Kenton Lane property sells for $594K
Pakistani artists combine to create
Sex offender evaluation ordered for trail assault defendant
Former LHS art teacher, 78, remembered for his mentorship, humor
Man gets 14 years for sex assault against Lambs Farm resident
Lake County Crime Stoppers: Woman wanted for burglary
Sente’s concussion legislation saw limited opposition
Police Blotter: Woman kicks ex’s new girlfriend in the stomach
Schneider’s roundtable discussion focuses on Medicare, Social Security
Blaser: Ponderings in the garden of good and evil
Prosit! Chefs go glam for Oktoberfest Food
Help Squad: Companies that offer customer satisfaction guarantees
Chicago Arkive Benefit raises $107,000 for global conservation
Libertyville scores four goals in 10 minutes to swamp Oswego
Biz Notes: PM Prime selects sommelier for Highwood steakhouse
Movies: ‘The Drop’ opens, along with new, recent films
Bars with chicken wings and football in the Chicago suburbs
Love Essentially: The real reason good sex is important in a relationship
Prost! A guide to Oktoberfest events in Chicago’s suburbs
Libertyville football knocks off Lake Zurich
College of Lake County takes classroom into the sky
Dold, Schneider will debate head-to-head only on TV
Diane Sanderson, the director of voter services for the League of Women Voters of Lake County, was disappointed there would be no live debate before voters. “Above all I would like voters in the 10th Congressional District to have a chance to see them in person,” Sanderson said. “You see a different side of each of them in person than when you watch it on TV.”
Sept. 10 1:40 p.m. |
Moran: County spared major flooding — this time
DAN MORAN: Hurricane Norbert, or what was left of it, crawled across the Midwest on Wednesday, Sept. 10, bringing another round of inch-plus rain to Lake County. But even with some Lake County communities seeing more than a half-dozen days since June 1 with rainstorms that generated more than 1.25 inches, the sandbag beat has been a quiet one.
Sept. 10 12:06 p.m. |