A vital need to preserve and rebuild the middle class appeared to be the message most people took away from Vice President Joe Biden’s Oct....
From the Community
Oct. 22 4:55 p.m. |
Leslie is an outstanding leader who sets lofty goals and consistently achieves them. She has routinely demonstrated her tireless work ethic, ability to work productively with others and solve big problems like Illinois has.
While this may have been one of the coldest and wettest boating seasons on record, it was also one of the safest.
Oct. 19 3 p.m. |
During the Oct. 14 meeting, the Lincolnshire Village Board held a brief discussion about the seemingly growing number of adults taking advantage of a long-on-the-books but little-known ordinance: Consumption of alcohol is permitted in North Park.
Oct. 17 11 a.m. |
Salt: for thousands of years, it’s been the only thing less exciting than pepper, until Lincolnshire Village Hall got a bunch of it for cheap.
Oct. 15 12:47 p.m. |
The Illinois Department of Natural Resources awarded the BGPD a $1.73 million grant on Sunday, which the district will put toward about $3.3 million worth of renovation plans for the Community Arts Center, 225 McHenry Road.
Oct. 13 3:53 p.m. |
"We are still trying to figure out how he is going to plug an $8 billion hole in the budget, and reduce property taxes, and increase money for education, and invest in the infrastructure," said Paul Vallas, the candidate for Illinois lieutenant governor running as Gov. Patrick Quinn's running mate.
Oct. 13 10:03 a.m. |
Schneider, the freshman incumbent, and Dold, his immediate predecessor, who also served one term, face each other in a rematch of their close 2012 race for the 10th Congressional District seat Nov. 4. Early voting begins Oct. 20.
Oct. 9 8:30 p.m. |
State Senator Julie Morrison (D-Deerfield) and the City of Highland Park are hosting a forum on intellectual and developmental disabilities on Tuesday, Oct. 14.
Oct. 8 4:14 p.m. |