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  • Wauconda, agency to restart talks on Lake Michigan water

    Wauconda, agency to restart talks on Lake Michigan water
    Wauconda is inching closer to Lake Michigan water. Despite a collapse in negotiations in the fall, the Central Lake County Joint Action Water Agency Board of Directors voted unanimously recently to restart negotiations with Wauconda to access Lake...
  • Long-time school district member dies

    Long-time school district member dies
    Deby Dato said she often called fellow long-time Wauconda Community School District 118 board member Tom Weber "our Mr. Bulldog," referring to the school district's mascot. "He fits that name 100 percent," said Dato, who served on the District 118 school...
  • Village's new cop fired in 1st week on job, then arrested

    Village's new cop fired in 1st week on job, then arrested
    In the days after he started work as a police officer in a small McHenry County village, Ryszard Kopacz was fired, investigated by the state police, arrested and charged with several felonies. Kopacz had been on the job less than a week when a...
  • Cop fired after week on job, then charged with misconduct, burglary, gun offense: cops

    Cop fired after week on job, then charged with misconduct, burglary, gun offense: cops
    A part-time police officer in a small McHenry County community who was fired after less than a week on the job now faces criminal charges of official misconduct, possession of a stolen firearm and burglary, authorities said. Ryszard T. Kopacz, 30, was...
  • 2004 class AA girls state softball results

    State finals At EastSide Centre, East Peoria Fri., June 11 Oak Park 6, Rockton Hononegah 0 Belleville East 1, Normal 0 Barrington 2, Sandburg 1 Lockport 6, Lake Park 0 Sat., June 12 Oak Park 1, Belleville East 0, 8 innings Lockport 9, Barrington 0 Third...
  • 2003 Class AA girls state volleyball results

    Seedings in parentheses STATE FINALS At Redbird Arena, Illinois State University, Normal Fri., Nov. 14 quarterfinals Maine South (35-3) d. New Trier 25-23, 25-21 Joliet Catholic d. Mother McAuley 25-19, 25-23 Belleville Althoff d. Normal 25-22, 25-19...
  • 2002 Class AA girls state volleyball results

    Pairings in bracket order State finals At Redbird Arena, Illinois State University, Normal Fri., Nov. 15 Barrington d. Marian Catholic 15-6, 10-15, 15-5 Normal d. Glenbrook South 12-15, 15-9, 15-13 Downers Grove South d. Moline 15-6, 15-8 Wheaton...
  • 2000 Class AA results

    The state finals At Elfstrom Stadium, Geneva Fri., June 9 New Trier 4, Edwardsville 3 Fremd 12, De La Salle 4 Joliet Catholic 11, Mahomet-Seymour 6 Moline 9, Lane Tech 0 Sat., June 10 New Trier 12, Fremd 2 (5 innings) Joliet Catholic 4, Moline 3 (9...
  • Longtime WGN Radio crime reporter Larry Schreiner dies at age 72

    Longtime WGN Radio crime reporter Larry Schreiner dies at age 72
    Former WGN radio reporter Larry Schreiner, a legendary crime reporter who covered the John Wayne Gacy serial killings, the Palatine murders and the death of Mayor Harold Washington, passed away Thursday night of cardiac arrest, according to his son Mark...
  • Public housing going smoke-free

    Public housing going smoke-free
    Betty A. Smith had become accustomed to holding a tissue over her mouth to combat the secondhand smoke that would infiltrate her apartment. After years of raising concerns, the 83-year-old lung cancer survivor and former smoker has literally found...
  • Teachers accused of cheating still working in schools

    Teachers accused of cheating still working in schools
    Educators forced out or disciplined by local districts over cheating and other state testing violations continued working in schools or administering state exams as their cases languished in Springfield without investigation, the Tribune has learned....