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Radio personality Kathy Hart and her husband, Billy Baruth, are buying the former Bertucci’s Italian Steakhouse in Highwood, where they plan to open a new eatery featuring Rustic-American cuisine and a separate venue for live music.
Hart is half of “The Eric and Kathy Show” on 101.9 WTMX-FM “The Mix’ radio.
July 25 3:37 p.m. |
As we reach the midpoint of summer, we realize the great weather will soon start to fade and we will once again be stuck indoors. This is a great time to take use of the great weather and to get outside for your fitness training. There are numerous benefits to getting fit outside, here are the top 3.
In 1998, more than 250,000 attended the Lake County Fair. Granted, it is now a five-day festival rather than a six-day one, but for whatever reason, 200,000 visitors is the stuff of memories. In 2009, attendance was 138,000. It dropped below the 100,000 mark in 2011 and remains there.
July 25 11:59 a.m. |
More than 100 local and out-of-state artists will showcase thousands of one-of-a-kind art pieces available for sale this weekend at Westfield Old Orchard during the annual North Shore Festival of Art.
July 25 8:18 a.m. |
Stevenson senior Sophia Way is not on any list of Illinois’s highest-ranked girls basketball players.
July 24 4:44 p.m. |
After being drafted last month, Matt Ustaski has to be ready.
The Glenview native and Lake Forest Academy grad was selected 192nd overall in the NHL draft by the Winnipeg Jets. Though he will play college hockey for Wisconsin, the Jets could sign him to a professional contract at any time over the next four years — even in the middle of the season.
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Feeling fancy? We did the math on the best fine dining restaurants in Lake Forest for date night, or any night. Check out these Yelp reviews for advice on the best spot to splurge.
From the Community
July 24 1:20 p.m. |
Aggrego News Service
Hi, my name is Alana. I attend school in the Hawthorn District. I am doing a community service project collecting new school supplies and gently used backpacks with working zippers. All of the supplies will go to Lake County area schools.
In an era day when Congressional gridlock makes passage of legislation difficult, Rep. Brad Schneider (D-Deerfield) saw a unanimous vote on the second bill he has authored since he took office in 2013.
July 23 5:03 p.m. |
With some of the area’s largest corporations considering taking their headquarters to foreign soil, both Rep. Brad Schneider (D-Deerfield) and his challenger, former Rep. Robert Dold (R-Kenilworth), want to see government action.
Reforming the corporate tax code and specific legislation to curb the incentive for American corporations to move overseas and take advantage of lower corporate taxes has emerged as a leading issue in this rematch for the 10th Congressional District seat between Dold and Schneider Nov. 4.
July 22 2:54 p.m. |