Lake County Crime Stoppers, and the Lake County Sheriff’s Office / Warrants Division are seeking your help in learning the whereabouts of a Roxann M. Cardona, a wanted fugitive.
Picture a typical packed lunch and what often comes to mind is a sandwich, potato chips, a piece of fruit and a dessert. But as...
Trading accusations about how they would handle Medicare and Social Security, Rep. Brad Schneider, D-Deerfield, and his opponent in the Nov. 4 election, former Rep. Robert Dold, R-Kenilworth, tried to make each other look like a senior citizen’s worst nightmare.
Sept. 14 3:11 p.m. |
After the Eagles fell behind Lake Forest Academy, Bray decided he was not going to let his team taste defeat, rallying unbeaten Aurora Christian to a 35-33 victory Saturday in Lake Forest.
Monday night’s game against Lake Zurich served as a measuring stick for the Lake Forest boys soccer team.
Sept. 12 1:37 p.m. |
Illinois’ largest health system is about to get even bigger.
Lake Forest Academy might play two quarterbacks but coach Robin Bowkett disagrees with any suggestion that the reason is that he can’t pick one.
Sept. 11 6:47 p.m. |
Lake Forest High School District 115 Board of Education President Todd Burgener resigned effective immediately, the district announced Thursday, Sept. 11.
Vice President Dick Block, serving as president pro tem, sent news of Burgener’s resignation and the search for candidates in an email blast to residents.
Sept. 11 4:27 p.m. |
Diane Sanderson, the director of voter services for the League of Women Voters of Lake County, was disappointed there would be no live debate before voters.
“Above all I would like voters in the 10th Congressional District to have a chance to see them in person,” Sanderson said. “You see a different side of each of them in person than when you watch it on TV.”
Sept. 10 1:40 p.m. |
DAN MORAN: Hurricane Norbert, or what was left of it, crawled across the Midwest on Wednesday, Sept. 10, bringing another round of inch-plus rain to Lake County. But even with some Lake County communities seeing more than a half-dozen days since June 1 with rainstorms that generated more than 1.25 inches, the sandbag beat has been a quiet one.
Sept. 10 12:06 p.m. |