Lake County residents and first-responders who have benefitted from the services of Flight for Life are invited to share memories as the agency prepares for a series of events commemorating its 30th anniversary next month.
Aug. 22 11:43 a.m. |
Buffalo Grove and Lincolnshire seem to have so far dodged flooding issues today.
Aug. 22 11:13 a.m. |
House Representative Carol Sente is the sponsor of HB5431, signed into law by Gov. Quinn Tuesday Aug. 19. The bill outlines an online concussion certification program.
Within the next several weeks, approximately 50,000 customers with inactive I-PASS accounts containing balances of $10 or more will receive a letter from the Illinois Tollway informing them they are required to reactivate their accounts or, alternatively, close their accounts to get a refund for the remaining account balance and initial deposit.
Aug. 22 10:17 a.m. |
Aggrego News Service
After setting aside $1.89 million earlier this summer for the resurfacing of Lewis Avenue between Route 137 and Argonne Drive, the Lake County Board fielded bids that will end up saving the county about $800,000.
Aug. 21 12:28 p.m. |
Six police departments covering the core of Lake County have already begun enhanced patrols targeting drunken drivers in anticipation of the Labor Day holiday weekend.
Aug. 20 2:34 p.m. |
Three Lake County locations have been picked for the delivery of fresh produce and meats at discounted prices through the Chicago-based nonprofit Top Box Foods. When the program goes live next month, it will mark the organization’s first food deliveries in Lake County.
Aug. 20 2:03 p.m. |
Yadira Sanchez Olson
The following incidents were listed among the official reports of the Lincolnshire Police Department. Readers are reminded that an arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt. Only a court of law can make that determination.
Health officials are reporting progress in developing a list of services and programs available to veterans and their families in Lake County. The update was provided Tuesday during the second annual Mental Health Summit at the Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center (FHCC) in North Chicago.
Aug. 19 4:31 p.m. |
The District 125 School Board discussed Monday its desire to become as digital and paperless as possible. Some of those instances are situations where state law still requires paper; others, though, could probably eliminate paper.
Aug. 19 3:01 p.m. |