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  • CLC breaks ground on $28M Grayslake Campus expansion

    CLC breaks ground on $28M Grayslake Campus expansion
    Celebrating the start of the first major aspect of a $163 million plan to upgrade facilities, the College of Lake County held a groundbreaking ceremony March 30 for its new Science and Engineering Building in Grayslake. A three-story, 41,900-square-foot...
  • Senate vote avoids budget crisis, restores court reporter funding

    Senate vote avoids budget crisis, restores court reporter funding
    Court reporters and officials in Lake County Circuit Court breathed a collective sigh of relief Thursday afternoon when the Illinois Senate narrowly approved a budget fix that addressed a shortfall in funding for the courthouse duty. Lake County's 21...
  • Suffrage at 17 could expand to township primaries

    Illinois' 17 year olds want freedom more than any other group of people under the age of retirement — and they are back in Springfield, demanding more. And, with statistics that show what that voting block has been up to, legislators are...
  • Legislators pledge support for mental health center in Waukegan

    Legislators pledge support for mental health center in Waukegan
    Henrietta Reder spent years trying to find a safe place for her son, John, who has autism and at times can be violent. The Wheeling family's quest to find adequate care for their son took them as far as Lacrosse, Wis., but it always ended with John...
  • Felony trials threatened by court reporter cash crunch

    Felony trials threatened by court reporter cash crunch
    If Gov. Bruce Rauner and state legislators can't agree on a budget fix in less than two months, money that pays court reporters throughout the state is projected to run out — raising the specter that already stressed and crowded felony courts...
  • Business Calendar for Feb. 12

    Wednesday, Feb. 18 Antioch Chamber of Commerce: Women's Networking Special Valentine's Day Luncheon at 11:30 a.m. at The Lodge of Antioch, 899 Main St. Speaker will be the ladies from the Friends of the Antioch Public Library.Cost is $12 and...
  • Rauner's pick for comptroller not worried about possible 2016 election

     Rauner's pick for comptroller not worried about possible 2016 election
    Leslie Munger, appointed by Gov.-elect Bruce Rauner as state comptroller, awaits a possible vote by legislators Thursday on whether she'll serve for the full four years or will face an election challenge in 2016. That has been at issue since the death...
  • Topinka remembered as 'trailblazer' by Lake County colleagues

    Judy Baar Topinka's passing Wednesday came six years almost to the day after the arrest of Rod Blagojevich and more than eight years after she more or less predicted for a Lake County audience what was to come of her opponent in the 2006 race for...
  • Officials: Minimum-wage hike unlikely in Lake County

    With the minimum wage debate raging across the country, state and Chicago area, Waukegan Mayor Wayne Motley said this week that he doesn't see a similar move taking shape in his community anytime soon. "I've been busier than a one-armed boxer trying to...
  • Madigan fends off Republican attempts to cut into veto-proof House

     Madigan fends off Republican attempts to cut into veto-proof House
    Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan convincingly fended off Republicans who were struggling Tuesday to cut into his lopsided Democratic majority by even a single seat. The effort to reduce the Democrat's 71-47 edge represented a critical test for...
  • Endorsements for Illinois Senate

    Endorsements for Illinois Senate
    Here's a prediction on which you can bet the house: Democrats will control the General Assembly after the Nov. 4 election. It's a mathematical certainty in the Senate. Democrats hold a 40-19 majority, and only seven seats are contested. If Republicans...