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Biz Notes: Hagerty named to First Bank & Trust board of directors
Stevenson basketball excited to hit the road this season
Blaser: Mindset list reveals limits of freshman experience
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Help Squad: Airline makes good on lost luggage
Gov. Quinn will live on minimum wage for week
Paul Sassone: Government has interesting perception of ‘justice’ for banks
Local history and microbrews on tap at Raupp Museum
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Stevenson vs. Kenosha Indian Trails highlight: Willie Bourbon throws touchdown to Cameron Green
North Coast Music Festival after shows
Lincolnshire property transfers: Village Green property sold for $780,000
Love Essentially: Words no one wants to hear after a bad breakup
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Early turnover helps Buffalo Grove drop Leyden
Football preview: The area’s best game-planners
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Flying Under the Radar: Time to get your fantasy on
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Dee Brown assists Illini push for Stevenson’s Jalen Brunson
Football preview: What it takes to put together the best scouting report
Editorial: Celebrating Labor Day and the lost decade of wages
Football preview: What it takes to be the best quarterback
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Buffalo Grove teacher facing child porn charges placed on leave
Sheriff secures endorsements from 29 Lake County mayors
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Editorial: Old abuse law saves Bannockburn mayor Local Voices
Editorial: Old abuse law saves Bannockburn mayor
EDITORIAL: In a police report released through a Freedom of Information request, Bannockburn Mayor James Barkemeyer admitted to investigators that he seduced teenage boys and had inappropriate contact with them in the 1990s at his family’s True Value Hardware store in Wilmette. The statute of limitations now keeps Barkemeyer from facing charges that could bring many years in prison.
Aug. 28 2:14 p.m. |
Panel reviews $300M plan for potential Route 53 ‘unintended consequences’ News
Panel reviews $300M plan for potential Route 53 ‘unintended consequences’
Pointing to flooding issues around Casey Road five years after Route 45 was widened south of Route 120, Mike Warner with the Lake County Stormwater Management Commission said “there’s always going to be unintended consequences” when it comes to road improvements. Warner offered this observation on Tuesday, Aug. 27, to a group studying a much larger road-improvement concept: the extension of Route 53 north of Lake Cook Road into Lake County.
Aug. 27 4:52 p.m. |

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