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Two former corrections officers indicted in Lake County Jail death
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Local Habitat for Humanity champions win lifetime achievement award
Some Catholic schools in Chicago Archdiocese will close
Football playoff preview: Lake Zurich at Addison Trail
Long Grove takes cautious first step toward marijuana regulation
Football playoff preview: Carmel at Harlem
Boating season sees lowest reported injuries since 2007
Early-voting site changes draw criticism in Lake County
2014 IHSA state football brackets
PADS Lake County’s new headquarters is more modern, accessible
Taco Bell unveils mobile app for ordering
Illinois ranks 31st in business tax climate
Carmel’s Brienne Minor follows sister’s path to state tennis title
Paul Sassone: Toy store breaks bad over drug lord dolls
New Amazon facility in Illinois to bring 1,000 jobs to state
Gurnee native plays Witchy role in Great America’s Fright Fest
Gurnee native plays Witchy role in Great America’s Fright Fest

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Springfield bill threatens District 95′s state funding Schools
Springfield bill threatens District 95′s state funding
District 95 Superintendent Mike Egan said that SB 16 would radically change the way Illinois’ limited state funding distributed among school districts; with a few exceptions, all state funding would be combined under one formula, where school districts with higher assessed property values would receive much less state funding than those with lower assessed property values.
Oct. 27 3:50 p.m. |
Dog Mollie honored for 10 years of Service
The village has battled the Canadian geese on the lake for years, each of which produce an average of about one-and-a-half pounds of waste a day, creating a health hazard that has in the past forced the village to close the beach to swimming.
Oct. 24 7 a.m. |
New rolling refuse carts introduced in March
This is part of the village’s new contract with WM, the rates of which will be effective April 1, 2015, increasing annually based on the Consumer Price Index, with 2 percent representing the minimum increase and 4 percent the maximum. It will expire on Aug. 31, 2020.
Oct. 23 5 p.m. |
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