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Man Arrested in HP for Heroin Possession and Delivery
The following is from the Highland Park Police Department. An arrest is not an indication of guilt.
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Mon Jul 21, 2014
Join the bilingual guided nature hike
A bilingual guided nature hike will be held from 5-6 p.m. Wednesday, July 23 at the Oak Spring Road canoe launch in Libertyville.
Upcoming Dist. 128 budget sligthly leaner than this year
The proposed budget for Vernon Hills High School, shown here, and sister school Libertyville High School totals $$83.8 million.
Libertyville Civic Center celebrates 20 years
When the young actors in the Libertyville-based Encore Theatre Group need to rehearse for or present their latest production, they can often be found doing so at the Libertyville Civic Center.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Libertyville dessert walk:
In celebration of MainStreet Libertyville's 25th Anniversary the organization will host its inaugural MainSweet Dessert Walk on Saturday, Aug. 2, in downtown Libertyville from 1 to 4 p.m. The MainSweet Dessert Walk will be held in conjunction with the David Adler Festival of the Arts.
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Coroner: Cop's blood-alcohol level more than 3 times legal limit after crash
Shortly before Jason Mueller's funeral Friday, the Lake Coroner's office reported the Waukegan police officer's blood-alcohol level was more than three and a half times the legal limit when he drove off the road in Gurnee last weekend.
Sentencing set for July 29 in heroin overdose case
Michelle Lee, 21, was found guilty May 21 of delivering a controlled substance that resulted in the death of a 15-year-old Vernon Hills High School student in 2011.
UC Funds Provides $5.5 Million Bridge Loan in Libertyville, IL
The 85,000 square foot building will be converted into a 619 unit self-storage facility, boasting 100% climate controlled units with new improvements and a total of 64,200 rentable square feet.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Things to do around Barrington this weekend, July 18-20
Show off your cooking skills at Teen Iron Chef or have someone else do the cooking for you at MainStreet Out to Lunch.
20-year-old killed in Pingree Grove crash
A Pingree Grove man was killed early Thursday in a head-on crash on Route 20 near Route 47, police said.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Refrigerated & Frozen Foods
Seasoned Potato Bites
Mr. Dee's, Inc., Libertyville, Ill., added another OLD BAY-inspired product to its frozen potato line - OLD BAY Seasoned Potato Bites.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Coroner's office: Alcohol played role in cop's death
A Waukegan police officer exceeded the legal blood-alcohol threshold when he died in an off-duty, single-vehicle crash in Gurnee last weekend, according to the Lake County coroner's office.
Trial delayed again in alleged DUI crash that killed newlywed 2 years ago
The trial of a Glencoe man who allegedly caused the death of a woman in Lincolnshire while driving drunk more than two years ago was postponed again Monday.
Zengeler Cleaners Announces Retirement of Two Long-Time Employees
Northbrook, IL, July 7, 2014: Two Zengeler Cleaners employees recently picked the same day to retire following a long career with the family-owned dry cleaner.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
City of Libertyville
Downtown Parking Guide Available
Come downtown Libertyville and enjoy free parking. View a map of public lots in the Guide.
Lake in the Hills seeks new parks director
Lake in the Hills is seeking a new parks and recreation director with current director Trudy Wakeman retiring Aug. 31. "She started off as our first superintendent of recreation and I promoted her to director," Village Administrator Gerald Sagona said.
Libertyville band, Sneezy, celebrates hometown roots with performances in July
The sound of this band is nothing to sneeze at; Sneezy is a group of 6 young men from Libertyville who have crafted a musical chemistry blending lush harmonies, stirring beats, and bold bass lines into an innovative sound born from hip-hop, rock, and soul.
Organic on-farm market open Saturdays in Libertyville
Radical Root Farm, Libertyville's first certified organic farm, is open to the public from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays, now through October.
Hope Babowice Pearls are sought-after gems from the ocean
"Have any gems been found in the ocean?" asked a young Cook Memorial Public Library patron while attending "Tween" Science Explorers at the Libertyville library.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
Book notes: Chris Bohjalian stops at Naperville's Anderson's
Meet mystery writer Lori Rader-Day as she discusses and signs copies of her debut thriller, "The Black Hour," at 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 15, at Cook Park Library, 413 N. Milwaukee Ave., Libertyville.