Lake County officials hosted a ribbon cutting Friday for the new, $3.5 million Animal Care and Control Facility on Peterson Road east of Route 45 in Libertyville.
July 25 5:14 p.m. |
A two week investigation led to the arrest of two residents of Rolling Meadows.
July 25 3:21 p.m. |
Aggrego News Service
In 1998, more than 250,000 attended the Lake County Fair. Granted, it is now a five-day festival rather than a six-day one, but for whatever reason, 200,000 visitors is the stuff of memories. In 2009, attendance was 138,000. It dropped below the 100,000 mark in 2011 and remains there.
July 25 11:59 a.m. |
Governor Pat Quinn has announced investments in Lake County construction projects in a recent press release regarding his Illinois Jobs Now program.
From the Community
Hi, my name is Alana. I attend school in the Hawthorn District. I am doing a community service project collecting new school supplies and gently used backpacks with working zippers. All of the supplies will go to Lake County area schools.
The outdoor rides, games and food are the traditional draws at county fairs, but it was the gadgets, projects and activities inside the Lake County Fairgrounds’ Expo Hall that captivated hundreds of guests Wednesday, the first day of the 2014 festival.
July 23 5:43 p.m. |
Yadira Sanchez Olson
Thousands of extra motorists driving through an ongoing road-construction project might sound like a recipe for traffic pain, but Lake County Fair production manager John Maguire said there is one significant saving grace for visitors to the 86th annual event.
July 21 3:10 p.m. |
Tonight Lake Zurich Village Board will officially begin discussing the pros and cons of becoming a home rule community — a status that would grant the village more access to taxing, borrowing and licensing.
July 21 10:19 a.m. |
Unless the community voices opposition, the Village Board plans to refinance a series of bonds that is expected to save Lake Zurich at least $300,000.
July 21 9:47 a.m. |
Drivers crossing the Lake Zurich intersection between 9 and 10:30 a.m. were forced to reckon with enlarged photos of aborted fetuses shown by some 50 pro-life advocates as part of the Chicago-based Pro-Life Action League’s 15th annual “Face the Truth Tour.”
July 21 8:22 a.m. |