House Representative Carol Sente is the sponsor of HB5431, signed into law by Gov. Quinn Tuesday Aug. 19. The bill outlines an online concussion certification program.
After setting aside $1.89 million earlier this summer for the resurfacing of Lewis Avenue between Route 137 and Argonne Drive, the Lake County Board fielded bids that will end up saving the county about $800,000.
Aug. 21 12:28 p.m. |
Rep. Brad Schneider (D-Deerfield) has been passionate about reducing gun violence since before he was elected to Congress two years ago.
Aug. 20 8:25 p.m. |
Disclosure of income tax information continues to be a campaign issue for Rep. Brad Schneider (D-Deerfield) even after he made his 2013 return public.
Aug. 18 4 p.m. |
On the heels of a $43 per connection increase last year, North Shore Sanitary District trustees have agreed to freeze their service-related sanitary connection fees for the next three years.
The city of Lake Forest hopes to add a new name to the largely blank Lawrence R. Temple Distinguished Public Service Award plaque hanging in City Hall just outside the City Council Chambers.
For the first time in nearly a decade, the city this year will recognize a Lake Forest resident who demonstrates outstanding public service to the community.
Aug. 15 10:01 a.m. |
Letters have been sent out to people whose insurance bought through the Afforable Care Act is in jeopardy. These participants need to prove they are living legally in the United States.
Aug. 14 2:35 p.m. |
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The North Shore Sanitary District and numerous Lake County agencies have teamed up to form the Des Plaines River Watershed Workgroup.
Chief Judge John T. Phillips announced Tuesday that he has certified and sent the names of Janelle K. Christensen of Lindenhurst and Daniel L. Jasica of Lake Forest to the Director of the Administrative Office of the Illinois Courts. Both candidates are Lake County assistant state’s attorneys.
Aug. 12 11:01 a.m. |
With no election staring her in the face in November, state Sen. Julie Morrison (D-Deerfield) has been quietly getting things passed in Springfield — including water safety legislation motivated by her nephew’s death in a boating accident.
Aug. 8 12:37 p.m. |