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  • Lake County towns start clothes recycling program

    Lake County towns start clothes recycling program
    Torn socks, old dust rags, tattered jeans, sheets, bedspreads and other textiles clutter landfills in Lake County as well as nationwide. But Lake County residents soon will be able to recycle those throw-aways by tossing them in steel 7-by-4 foot bins to...
  • D120 approves Mundelein High School addition

    D120 approves Mundelein High School addition
    Mundelein High School will move forward with a $21.8 million construction project that District 120 officials say will replace small, outdated classrooms. Thanks to a capital development grant the district applied for in 2003, the state will pay for...
  • Lake Zurich, Mundelein police blotter: March 18

    Lake Zurich, Mundelein police blotter: March 18
    The following items were taken from police reports. Lake Zurich A 29-year-old Round Lake Beach man was arrested at a traffic stop on Feb. 10 at 5:27 p.m. on Route 12 at Route 22 and charged with using a cell phone while driving and driving on a...
  • Lake Zurich, Mundelein, Wauconda police blotter: Feb. 4

    Lake Zurich, Mundelein, Wauconda police blotter: Feb. 4
    The following items were taken from police reports. Lake Zurich A 22-year-old Lake Zurich man was arrested on Jan. 27 at 7:31 a.m. in the 40 block of Johnathan Road and served with a Lake County arrest warrant for DUI. A 39-year-old Round Lake Beach...
  • Possible outsourcing of dispatching surfaces in Wauconda

    Possible outsourcing of dispatching surfaces in Wauconda
    Two years after spending $450,000 for a new emergency dispatch facility, the Village of Wauconda is considering outsourcing its services. As officials have been negotiating with the dispatchers' labor union since April when its contract expired, they've...
  • Lake Zurich, Mundelein, Wauconda police blotter: March 10

    Lake Zurich, Mundelein, Wauconda police blotter: March 10
    The following items were taken from police reports: Lake Zurich •The driver's door was reported damaged March 3 on a vehicle parked in the 200 block of Alpine Drive. •A forged doctor's signature was found on a prescription for Norco left...
  • Search continues for missing Volo woman, two young daughters

    Search continues for missing Volo woman, two young daughters
    The search continued today for a missing Volo woman and her two young daughters, as water searches near her home turned up nothing and detectives followed up on tips of possible sightings. Aneta M. Marsek, 33, and her daughters, ages 2 and 4 months, were...
  • Volo mother, 2 children reported missing

    Volo mother, 2 children reported missing
    Investigators from the Lake County Sheriff's were at the home of a missing Volo mother and her two children Thursday afternoon. 33-year-old Aneta Marsek and her two daughters haven't been seen since Saturday night when they left her parents' home in...
  • Alcoholic root beers hit Chicago bars, Binny's locations

    Alcoholic root beers hit Chicago bars, Binny's locations
    Root beer—A&W, Barq's, Mug, etc.—is really a misnomer. It's soda, made with carbonated water and sweeteners, and, as everyone knows, is totally appropriate to serve at a kid's birthday party. Not so with two new local brews. Milwaukee's...
  • 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....