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By the second day of distribution, 300 Lake Forest High School freshmen had already unboxed their new school-issued Chromebooks, turned them on, logged on and learned how to use their new devices before taking them home with their textbooks.
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A season ago, the Carmel boys soccer team was senior-heavy with 12 on the roster.
Health officials are reporting progress in developing a list of services and programs available to veterans and their families in Lake County.
He withstood teasing and girls' scorn for three years, but Rocco Royer, 11, said he'd gladly grow out his hair again to donate to a child enduring medical hair loss.
By expressing their thoughts on paper, some of the men locked up in the male re-entry program dormitory at the Lake County Jail are having their voices heard, perhaps for the first time.
Lake County Sheriff Mark C. Curran Jr. this week announced a series of officer promotions to the rank of sergeant.
Why it's noteworthy: The revitalization of the hospital campus is the biggest project ever in Lake Forest, city officials have said.
On the heels of a $43 per connection increase last year, North Shore Sanitary District trustees have agreed to freeze their service-related sanitary connection fees for the next three years.
Part black comedy and part before-the-fact murder mystery, "Calvary" is ultimately a heavy-handed drama about sin and sacrifice that's not likely to do wonders for the Catholic Church's recent priest-recruitment woes.
Couples counseling takes on a strange new dimension in this romantic dramedy with fantastical trimmings, as if the ordinary, everyday variety weren't challenging enough.
A whole lot of knowledge becomes a very dangerous thing for the young hero of this well-intentioned but dull adaptation of Lois Lowry's classic young-adult novel.
There's a lot of great folk music in the Chicago area this week, as there is every week.
Despite its odd behavior, the summer weather performed well in the role of "temperate" for Citadel Theatre Company's 1st Annual Summer Gala held at the David Adler-designed Mundelein cottage of Lake Forest residents Nancy and Adrian Smith on July 19. "This is the first outdoor function that we've had, certainly at this level," said Scott Phelps, ... (more)
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