Latest Headlines

Antiques + Modernism Show Winnetka 2014 runs Nov. 7-9
Property Transfers — Lake Zurich area
Teeing Off: Talking golf with IHSA state champion Hinsdale Central
Dog Mollie honored for 10 years of Service
Carmel volleyball wins share of first ESCC title
Notre Dame football team’s playoff hopes rest on run defense against Carmel
New rolling refuse carts introduced in March
Family Friendly: Halloween Spooktacular in Barrington set for Oct. 25
State of Illinois sets up Ebola task force
The Big Questions: Author Jen Lancaster on bucket lists, conservatism and (not) writing about sex
Beelow’s Steakhouse to open Highland Park location
Love Essentially: A relationship issue no one wants to talk about
Biden denounces ‘cockamamie’ Republican values at Vernon Hills rally
Letter: Vote Chuck Bartels for Lake County Board
Biden headlines Democratic rally in Vernon Hills; says his mission is to restore middle class
Target offers free shipping on all holiday items
Much loved ‘King and I’ makes its way to the Marriott
Halloween comes early and often in Lake County
Highland Park Sectional notebook: Carmel, Minor win tennis titles
Chicago tops list of best mobile performing cities
Stale Popcorn Podcast: ‘Walking Dead’ novelist Jay Bonansinga chews the zombie fat
Biz Notes: Jeffrey J. Anderson appointed president, CEO of Lake Forest College Graduate School of Management
Lake Zurich residents asked to vote on homerule
Breaking down first year of IHSA rule on soccer yellow cards
College notes: Glass gets it done in goal for Lawrence
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. |

Do you have the scariest house on the block? Or the cutest kid in costume? Share your Halloween photos with us! Click here to submit them.