Though Chicago wasn’t expected to see more rain until Sunday evening, the area remained under a flood advisory as area creeks and rivers swelled from Saturday’s storms.
In the last few months, My Flavor It! Place owner Robert “Bobby” Razes has been transforming the old Eng’s Tea House at 710 N. Old Rand Road into a “fun lakeside grill and bar” with a patio feel — something he says Lake Zurich is lacking.
July 13 7 a.m. |
The Illinois Tollway is warning customers about a phishing scam using the E-ZPASS logo in emails claiming recipients owe money for missed tolls.
July 12 9:30 a.m. |
Sun-Times Media Wire
A resident in Lake Zurich’s flood-prone Cedar Creek subdivision has agreed to spend his summer looking for the $2.95 million the village needs to improve drainage at his and his neighbors’ homes.
July 12 8:18 a.m. |
The following is Ela Library's July 2014 Board Meeting agenda.
Here are some of the best photos of the week, which include a proposal, Fourth of July events, horses and more.
The educational seminars, Curran said, mark the department’s first step toward fighting back against sexual exploitation. Many sheriff’s investigators attended the human trafficking session Friday.
July 11 6:27 p.m. |
The sexual exploitation of children is a tough subject to address, but that was the topic of a seminar Friday hosted by the Lake County Sheriff’s Office and attended by local police, social workers and residents.
July 11 6:12 p.m. |
Abortion ceases to be just another “issue” when the Pro-Life Action League takes to the street with images of aborted babies, as the organization run by Eric Scheidler has been doing for 15 years and will do again, onThursday, July 17. The display along Rand Road (Route 12) will open in Lake Zurich, move to Palatine, and wrap up almost nine miles to the southeast in Arlington Heights.
July 11 1:14 p.m. |
Aggrego News Service
Mini Abe doesn’t perform any acts that are “not family-friendly” and he doesn’t use “inappropriate language.” Those two things are among the list of Don’ts included in the “Mini Abe Social Media Toolkit” that accompanies the spokesmodel wherever he roams on behalf of the Illinois Office of Tourism.
July 11 11:55 a.m. |