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  • Talk of the County: Child porn, animal cruelty sentences are out of whack

    Crazy justice A Lake County judge lets a 77-year-old sick, old man loose with just a slap on the hand for child porn. But someone who kills his dogs is going to be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Crazy. Women are a positive force President...
  • Personal finance Q&A: Understanding education tax breaks

    Personal finance Q&A: Understanding education tax breaks
    Dear Liz: I am confused regarding my ability to take advantage of the American Opportunity Credit for college expenses in filing my 2014 tax return. My accountant told me I didn't qualify because my adjusted gross income exceeds $80,000. Yet when I...
  • Politics as Usual

    Politics as Usual
    Wolf celebrates milestone of sorts Celebrating the first 100 days of school isn't just for students in kindergarten to fifth grade. It's for governors, too. Well some governors, anyway. Gov. Tom Wolf, sworn into office Jan. 20, reached the century...
  • Identity theft schemes lead to increased tax fraud in Glenview

    Identity theft schemes lead to increased tax fraud in Glenview
    Since March 31, 24 people have lodged complaints with Glenview police, saying someone stole their personal information to file fraudulent income tax returns. On April 1, for instance, one resident told police that after the resident submitted a tax...
  • Uncle Sam may have picked the wrong cash cow

    Randy Sowers always expected the government to show up one day and ask where all the cash he was depositing at his bank came from. He thought he had the right answer: from his business selling eggs and milk at farmers markets. But under a federal law...
  • Rutter: Tax loophole diving is the American dream sport

    Rutter: Tax loophole diving is the American dream sport
    On the theory that no one gives you anything worthwhile unless you ask for it, the chambers of commerce in Portage and Valparaiso suggested with a more-or-less straight face this year that they were charities and expected a tax deduction for that nobility...
  • Enfield DMV Closes Early Due To Customer Influx

    ENFIELD — The state Department of Motor Vehicles announced that the Enfield branch closed at 11 a.m. Saturday due to a higher than usual customer volume. "With the nice weather, we always begin to get an influx of customers in our offices," DMV...
  • Gloucester/Mathews incident report

    Gloucester In the 3500 block of George Washington Memorial Highway On April 23, a larceny report was received from 17 Machine Shop, 3500 block of Route 17, which occurred overnight. An orange G5200 series Kubota Lawn Tractor, which was for sale and...
  • 'From Russia with Love' chiropractor accused of running $5.7M pill ring

    'From Russia with Love' chiropractor accused of running $5.7M pill ring
    Federal prosecutors say chiropractor Boris Zigmond has made millions of dollars running a pain pill ring that illegally funneled prescription drugs to addicts and dealers who sold them on the street. Zigmond, 49, who splits his time between Michigan...
  • Gary schools seeks $51.8 million tax boost from voters

    Gary schools seeks $51.8 million tax boost from voters
    The financial struggles of the Gary Community School Corp. have been well documented. The district is millions in the hole and has been forced to borrow money to pay its bus company and utility bills. It still owes the U.S. Internal Revenue Service nearly...
  • Police blotter: Two charged with possession of marijuana Willowbrook

    The following incidents were listed among area police reports. Readers are reminded that an arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt. Only a court can make that determination. Burr Ridge ALCOHOL Jose A. Vazquez, 38, of the 500 block of North...