Chuck Bartels is our choice for Lake County Board. He has lived and worked in District 10 for 26 years. He owned and operated a small business that grew into one of the largest employers in Lake County.
Arts & Entertainment
Writers Theatre of Glencoe is closer to a new permanent home. Dignitaries, elected officials, Village of Glencoe staff, benefactors and theatre fans filled a white garden tent Oct. 21 in Glencoe for the groundbreaking ceremony.
Oct. 22 11:47 a.m. |
Karie Angell Luc
Halloween trick-or-treating arrives this weekend in many Lake County villages. The Forest Preserve District's Trick-or-Treat Trails event will be Oct. 26.
Oct. 22 11:29 a.m. |
Incumbent Democrat Carol Sente is paying for a despicable and slanderous television commercial falsely accusing her opponent of “allowing pedophiles in our schools” and putting “our children at risk.” This is an outright lie and the worst kind of personal attack; it is potentially libelous.
Arts & Entertainment
In honor of the new season of “The Walking Dead,” we asked Evanston resident Jay Bonansinga, author of a best-selling series of novels based on the show, to share his views on all things zombie.
Oct. 21 10:21 a.m. |
Pioneer Press Staff
Halloween is coming. With Halloween comes trick-or-treating. And trick-or-treating comes with warnings, such as: Accept only wrapped and packaged candy; Stay within your neighborhood and only go to homes you know;
Go out in daylight. The implication is that trick-or-treating might be dangerous.
Oct. 20 10 a.m. |
More and more lately, when President Obama says stuff, I think to myself, “Uh-oh.”
From the Community
Oct. 20 8 a.m. |
I heard County Treasurer candidate David Stolman, who has been a leader on transparency his entire career, talk about some things he would do if elected. He would develop a searchable ledger for Lake County’s finances so they are more easily accessible, as right now they are only available in pdf format. He would also increase the transparency of our property tax bills so we can see how much we are paying each unit of government.
The biggest reason drive-ins have closed is that the dirt they’re sitting on is much more valuable as real estate. Not here. Most McHenry County land is still used for growing things for people to eat.
Oct. 19 7 a.m. |