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Ringwood restaurant to temporarily close after fire
RINGWOOD – The Rusty Nail Saloon will likely be closed for a couple weeks after a fire Wednesday caused roughly $30,000 in damage.
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Mon Apr 14, 2014
Prospect Hts. names new city administrator
The Prospect Heights City Council Monday introduced Kenneth J. Lopez, who has considerable experience with smaller communities, as its new city administrator.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Despite earlier setback, Wauconda water plans moving forward
The Central Lake County Joint Action Water Agency's executive committee on Thursday agreed to forward Wauconda's request for membership -- along with similar requests from Antioch and Fox Lake -- to the agency's board of directors for consideration.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
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Lake County communities ablaze with fires
In Grayslake, a farmer's field caught fire after a person doing an open burn near Route 60 and Behn Lane let the fire get away from them during the afternoon.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Lake Zurich reverses decision, allows gambling
By a 4-1 vote Monday night, the village board reversed an ordinance that had prohibited video slot machines and poker.
Sat Mar 29, 2014
Gifts, giveaways at Springfest Expo in Lake Villa
Melba Ingoglia of Fox Lake views an item held by sales associate Diane Sineni of Clear Candles, Arlington Heights, Saturday during the Springfest Expo 2014, held by the Lindenhurst-Lake Villa Chamber of Commerce at Lakes Community High School.
Mon Mar 24, 2014
Area departments fighting brush fire near Lake Villa
The Lake Villa Fire protection district has requested a box alarm for a brush fire that is burning along the Metra tracks north of Monaville Road.
Thu Mar 20, 2014
Amazing birding picture causes photo flap
"He knew I liked to take bird photos and he told me he had a pair of bald eagles nesting nearby," Deutsch said.
Tue Mar 18, 2014
Voters say 'no' to Huntley Parks referendum, yes to Johnsburg District 12
While Huntley Park District voters overwhelming voted against issuing $18.75 million in bonds to construct a new indoor turf facility and to pay for future land expansion, Johnsburg District 12 voters narrowly approved up to $41 million in bonds to cover facility improvements.