Speaking 40 minutes apart on the same stage Tuesday night, U.S. Rep. Brad Schneider and former Rep. Bob Dold both addressed the ongoing national debate over raising the minimum wage.
Sept. 23 11:45 p.m. |
The new union for Lake County Sheriff’s deputies and Sheriff Mark Curran’s administration said this week that contract negotiations are progressing while officers work under terms of a deal that expired last year.
Sept. 23 3:17 p.m. |
The 10th congressional district rivals, Rep. Brad Schneider, a Democrat from Deerfield, and former Rep. Bob Dold, a Republican from Kenilworth, will appear at an election 2014 event tonight in Lincolnshire.
The newest plan for Stonebridge — the stalled redevelopment of the former Harrison House property in Lake Bluff — will come before the Village Board this October after receiving approval from the Plan Commission & Zoning Board of Appeals (PC/ZBA).
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Sept. 22 4:45 p.m. |
In the run-up to the Nov. 4 election, candidates in the 58th State Representative race and several Lake County offices will participate in separate debates on Sunday, Sept. 28, in Lake Forest.
Sept. 17 4:04 p.m. |
The Senate passed the bill 52-0, while the House of Representatives voted 102-11. All 11 no-votes were from Republicans, and all but one represent downstate districts. State Rep. Ron Sandack of Downers Grove said he voted against unneeded regulation.
Sept. 15 11:11 a.m. |
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. |
A 4-cent-per-gallon Lake County gasoline tax, a rebirth of a Deerfield toll plaza and new tollbooths at Interstate 94 interchanges are among the options that backers of the proposed Route 53/120 extension are recommending to help pay for the long-planned roadway.
Sept. 11 5:03 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. |