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Police: Two charged with soliciting without a license

DUI Coarine T. Jones, 27, of Palos Hills was charged with driving under the influence and failure to signal before making a turn Sept. 9. She was released on bond and is scheduled to appear in Lake County Court on Oct. 11 in Waukegan. Possession of cannabis Alexander J. Weiger, 24, of Elmhurst was c

CHICAGO TRIBUNE - 2017-09-22 15:56:00

Water-main work to slow Waukegan traffic on eastbound Belvidere Road into October

Waukegan officials warned this week that traffic on eastbound Belvidere Road between Green Bay Road and Keller Avenue will be impacted over the next three weeks by a water-main replacement project. According to a statement released by the city, daily lane closures will be needed on Belvidere from Pi

CHICAGO TRIBUNE - 2017-09-22 17:47:28

Shout Out: Shawn Killackey, local author panelist

Mundelein resident Shawn Killackey is scheduled to talk about his book "Mundelein: Images of America" by Arcadia Publishing during a 7 p.m., Sept. 29 local author panel at the Barnes & Noble in Vernon Hills. Q: What's this book about and why did you write it? A: It's a book about the history of Mund

CHICAGO TRIBUNE - 2017-09-22 18:30:00

Police following tip arrest 2 suspects in Zion home burglary

Acting on a tip from a citizen about a residential burglary in progress Tuesday, Zion police arrested two men in connection with the incident and recovered electronics allegedly stolen from the home, according to a statement released Thursday by the Zion Police Department. According to the statement

CHICAGO TRIBUNE - 2017-09-21 20:57:00

Relief in sight for neighbors of high school pond

After years of complaining, some residents who live directly north of a pond on the property of Lake Forest High School that they describe as unpleasant to look at or smell may see some relief now that District 115 is regrading the pond bottom. "From our standpoint, it's an eyesore," said resident J

CHICAGO TRIBUNE - 2017-09-22 19:44:05

Tammy Rose, 36, devotes her life to children

Tammy Rose's life is devoted to children. Right now, there are seven children under the age of 18 in her Pleasant Prairie home: Gavin, 16; Isabella, 10; Roman, 9; Harrison, 6; Cecilia, 4; plus two foster kids who are 10 years old and 9 months old. She first became an adoptive mother when she was jus

KENOSHA NEWS.COM - 2017-09-22 10:00:00

Today's News Briefs: GOP bill might end reformulated gas use

MADISON (AP) - Republican legislators are reportedly circulating a bill aimed at ending the federal requirement to use reformulated gas in six southeastern Wisconsin counties. The legislation asks President Donald Trump's administration to grant a reprieve from use of the specially formulated gas th

KENOSHA NEWS.COM - 2017-09-21 21:54:00

Round Lake Beach Cultural & Civic Center Hosts Bluegrass & Fish Boil Community Event

The Round Lake Beach Cultural and Civic Center will host a Bluegrass & Door County Fish Boil community event on Saturday, October 21, 2017, from 1:00 - 7:00 p.m. The music lineup opens at 1:30 p.m. with the Georgia Rae Family Band, featuring champion fiddler Georgia Rae and her sisters on ukulele,

CHICAGO TRIBUNE - 2017-09-22 15:12:00

Honorable mention: Valerie Mann, Samantha Kirk

As the one and only employee of the Pringle Nature Center in Bristol, Valerie Mann has developed, led and publicized dozens of programs while juggling the writing of grants and managing volunteers and interns. Employed since 2009 at the nature center, she has initiated programs in conjunction with t

KENOSHA NEWS.COM - 2017-09-22 09:00:00

Lake Forest Academy Celebrates Alumni at Annual Hall of Fame/Women of Distinction Ceremony during Reunion Weekend

Lake Forest, Ill.--Lake Forest Academy (LFA) honored three of its alumni at an evening ceremony during the school's Reunion Weekend on Sept. 9, 2017. Terry Hall, Ferry Hall Class of 1967; Jeffrey B. Keller '87, LFA Class of 1987; and Dr. Christopher G. Wetzel, LFA Class of 1967 were honored by the

CHICAGO TRIBUNE - 2017-09-22 20:23:43

Cops Smell Weed, Find Cocaine After Driver Asks For Directions: Lake Forest Crime Reports

LAKE FOREST, IL - The following information comes from the Lake Forest Police Department as a record of those arrested by police. Readers are reminded that an arrest is not an indication of guilt and criminal charges, which represent merely accusations by the state, are often dropped or reduced. All

PATCH - 2017-09-21 21:38:08

'What Every Parent Needs to Know' Lecture Prepares Parents of Teenagers

Over the past 30 years, Bob Leece, the current student assistance coordinator at Buffalo Grove High School, has trained thousands of parents through his lecture series, titled, 'What Every Parent Needs to Know'. Leece's sessions assist parents in navigating and appropriately responding to the growth

PATCH - 2017-09-22 16:23:43

Dealing with conflict requires understanding all perspectives

Conflict. The thing we all love to hate. I have been turned on to some new readings by an expert mediator named Diane Musho Hamilton, who expands upon the skills set to productively engage in conflict. So whether you are working in the conflict-ridden field of community economic development (like me

KENOSHA NEWS.COM - 2017-09-22 14:52:00

Adriana Neave relishes helping others

The nominator of Adriana Neave for 20 Under 40 recognition described her as "a super nice person to who likes help people." Neave Financial and Insurance Service, her business is often a place to obtain a bit of guidance or direction in dealing with a form as it is a place to purchase insurance or o

KENOSHA NEWS.COM - 2017-09-22 10:00:00

Madeline Carrera helps others find Gateway to success

For the past five years, Madeline Carrera has served as the service learning coordinator at Gateway Technical College, a program that grew out of an Americorps VISTA program that originally brought her to campus. "The part (of my job) that I prize most is that I connect with everybody," said Carrera

KENOSHA NEWS.COM - 2017-09-22 10:00:00

Kyle Vitkus helps clients invest in the community

As vice president of commercial lending for Johnson Bank, Kyle Vitkus said he takes pleasure in watching his clients put the money to work in the community. Vitkus got into banking during college, working a part-time job as a teller. Vitkus has a degree from Marquette University and the University o

KENOSHA NEWS.COM - 2017-09-22 10:00:00

Jill Gillmore is the founder of Marleigh's Ministry

It was a troubling personal experience that made Jill Gillmore realize helping mothers who had just delivered a premature baby was a cause worth taking on. "I became interested in prematurity when our youngest daughter Marleigh was born 2 months early. After coming into this world like a little fire

KENOSHA NEWS.COM - 2017-09-22 10:00:00

Jason Free strives to help the most vulnerable

Jason Free spent a good part of his young life thinking he wanted a career in law enforcement. A stint as a 911 dispatcher convinced him he was looking at the wrong side of the equation. He found his calling was helping the most vulnerable, especially those who are unable to navigate the myriad form

KENOSHA NEWS.COM - 2017-09-22 10:00:00

Lisa Madden steps up to help those in need

A year ago, Lisa Madden became a foster parent quite by accident. While volunteering at the Shalom Center's Interfaith Network Nightly shelter program, she met a family in dire need. "I ended up taking home three of their children, and for weeks drove them to and from the shelter daily to see their

KENOSHA NEWS.COM - 2017-09-22 10:00:00

Lakewood School levy projected to drop

TWIN LAKES - The Lakewood School levy approved Wednesday is set to decrease slightly as state aid to the district is expected to increase. Business manager Jan Marcel said state aid is anticipated to increase 2 percent, or $32,495, from $1,710,373 to $1,742,868. However, final equalized state aid fi

KENOSHA NEWS.COM - 2017-09-22 18:25:00