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Libertyville

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  • Local Voices Lake: May 29 edition

    Local Voices Lake: May 29 edition
    Letters to the editor from Highland Park and Libertyville. School consolidation This is in response to "District 112 consolidation plan moves forward" (News, May 15). Students in North Shore School District 112 schools benefit from excellent teachers,...
  • Authorities using video to investigate Libertyville jogger attack

    Authorities are using video surveillance from nearby businesses to investigate an attack on the North Shore Bike Path near Libertyville Sunday afternoon. Lake County Forest Preserves Police Chief John Tannahill said a woman in her early 20s fought off an...
  • TribLocal guide to suburban farmers markets

    TribLocal guide to suburban farmers markets
    If you're looking to add the freshest fruits, vegetables, baked goods, cheeses and flowers to your dinner table, look no further than in your own backyard. Don't see a farmers market near your town listed below? Check out the Illinois Department of...
  • Mundelein approves water rate hike

    Mundelein approves water rate hike
    Starting June 1, Mundelein residents will see a 10 percent hike on their water bills, after officials approved the town's first rate increase on water and sewer in the last three years. With an estimated $14.25 million in improvements needed on the...
  • Mourners pay respects to slain 11-year-old girl

    Mourners pay respects to slain 11-year-old girl
    The voices of schoolchildren filled a Lake County church with song Wednesday morning as a community mourned an 11-year-old girl and prayed for the sister accused of killing her. Mourners at the funeral for Dora Betancourt at St. John Lutheran Church...
  • Local Voices Lake: March 13 edition

    Local Voices Lake: March 13 edition
    Letters to the editor from Fox Lake and Mundelein. Increase wages I am writing to support an increase in Illinois' minimum wage. I live in a community in which many of the residents work for minimum wage — or less. People are struggling,...
  • Man dies in Mundelein-area crash

    Man dies in Mundelein-area crash
    A Mundelein man died and three other people were injured when he lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a car heading toward him on a Mundelein-area road Saturday afternoon, police said. Brian E. Martin, 49, of Mundelein, was pronounced dead at...
  • Grayslake offers prescription medication disposal

    Grayslake offers prescription medication disposal
    Misuse of prescription drugs can lead to heroin abuse, Village of Grayslake Chief of Police Phillip Perlini recently learned. That's one reason he suggested the village start a prescription drug collection program. Since June 25, residents have been...
  • I-94 crash near Great America sends 16 to hospitals, lanes reopened

    I-94 crash near Great America sends 16 to hospitals, lanes reopened
    Sixteen people were taken to area hospitals after a six-vehicle crash including a semi-truck happened on I-94 outside of Gurnee, police said. All lanes were reopened by 2:45 p.m. on Interstate 94 near Grand Avenue after several lanes were shut down as...
  • Conserve Lake County offers tips to help make changes at home

    Conserve Lake County offers tips to help make changes at home
    From a tiny acorn comes a mighty oak tree, and from a small change in one yard comes a leap toward improving the health of a region's landscape. At least, that's the belief espoused by Conserve Lake County, a Grayslake-based nonprofit heading into its...
  • County to spend highest total yet on road projects

     County to spend highest total yet on road projects
    With winter finally waning, Lake County residents soon will need to watch for detours and closures caused by new and uncompleted road projects. The county will spend $170 million on roads this year, the largest annual expenditure for transportation in...