Antioch superintendent to resign in June
Antioch Elementary School District 34 Superintendent Gregory Buchanan will resign effective June 30, 2014, district officials said in a news release on Wednesday night.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Great Lakes sailors, veterans get holiday treat
Mrs. Claus, aka Jan Oerly, helps to escort Rodney Williams of the blind unit from Hines VA Hospital to a table, as the VFW in Antioch hosted 350 sailors from Great Lakes and 50 veterans Saturday from Lovell and Hines hospitals for a full Christmas dinner.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Trial begins for Lake County deputy facing obstruction charges
The trial against a Lake County sheriff's deputy accused of destroying evidence that he hired a prostitute kicked off Thursday morning with the discovery that one of the state's key witness did not show up in court.
Former Monk Pleads Guilty To Charge Of Child Abduction
A judge accepted a plea deal Thursday in the case of a former Benedictine monk accused of child abduction attempts earlier this year in the north suburbs, sentencing him to probation and periodic jail time.
Varner pleads not guilty in Antioch murder case
A 54-year-old Antioch man accused of killing his wife and mother in the apartment the three shared pleaded not guilty to numerous counts of murder in Lake County court Thursday.
Store that replaced Piggly Wiggly closes in Grayslake
A grocery store on Center Street in Grayslake has closed after replacing a Piggly Wiggly store that operated for nearly 20 years in the same space.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
'Fill the Truck' toy drive at Walmart Saturday
Walmart and The Salvation Army host a "Fill the Truck" toy drive in Lake County on Saturday, Dec. 7. Walmart customers can drop off new, unwrapped toys to the truck that will be parked in Walmart parking lots from noon to 7 p.m. Lake County's Fill the Truck toy drive is part of a nationwide effort on weekends through Dec. 15 in 1,600 Walmart ... (more)
Antioch again considers Lake Michigan water options
Village Administrator James Keim said he will seek requests for qualifications from consultants to determine the potential source and cost of bringing the valued resource to village taps.
Authorities: Antioch couple was selling "Molly"
An Antioch couple faces 50 years in prison if found guilty of possessing and selling "Molly," a drug that law enforcement officials say has a high potential for abuse.
Antioch residents are invited Wednesday to share ideas on what the village should be in the future.
There have been focus groups and committee meetings but Antioch residents can have their say today on a vision for the future.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Former Round Lake Mayor James Lumber dies
A former Round Lake mayor who also was the College of Lake County's first board chairman is being remembered as a friendly and kind person who cared deeply for the communities he served.
Documents Show Farmer's Marketplace Closed by Court Order
The Farmer's Marketplace grocery store on Center Street was closed by court order, according to documents obtained by Grayslake Patch.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Antioch man accused of lying about shooting
An Antioch man is facing felony charges after police say he shot himself in the arm and then lied about it.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Antioch Man Shot Himself To Get Sympathy Reported It As Drive-Dy Police
ANTIOCH, Ill. A north suburban Antioch man who allegedly shot himself in the arm and then told police he was injured in a drive-by shooting earlier this week was charged with three felony offenses on Wednesday, including aggravated unlawful use of a firearm, the News-Sun is reporting.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Vista Opens Lindenhurst Cancer Center
Vista Health System officially opened the Vista Cancer Center on its campus in Lindenhurst with a ribbon cutting event held Tuesday evening, Nov. 19. A crowd of approximately 100 local officials, business leaders, physicians, patients and Vista staff celebrated the grand opening.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Teen Charged in Heroin Overdose Death of Johnsburg Girl
Justin D. Hurt, 17, of Round Lake Beach, has been charged with drug-induced homicide, a Class X felony, relating to the overdose death of Stephanie Habhab, 19, of Johnsburg, the Northwest Herald reports.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
The Business Ledger
Historic Antioch jewelry store Persin & Persin closing
Staff Photographer Julian Persin, owner of Persin & Persin jewelry store in Antioch, is closing the business he's run for nearly 30 years.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Lake County News-Sun
Efforts continue to help victims of tornado
Two friends talking about the destruction of Washington by a tornado led one Antioch area woman to start a relief drive on Facebook that led to a truck load of supplies heading south over the weekend, and another Lake County resident is part of more than a dozen bands coming together for a benefit concert.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Historic Antioch jewelry store closing
Julian Persin, owner of Persin & Persin jewelry store in Antioch, is closing the business he's run for nearly 30 years.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Lake County Deputy facing obstruction of justice charge gets trial date
The destruction of evidence trial against a suspended Lake County sheriff's deputy is slated to begin Dec. 2, attorneys agreed in court Thursday.