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Sat Jul 19, 2014
Pair indicted after alleged shopping spree with stolen credit cards
A Waukegan man and a Zion woman were indicted Wednesday for allegedly using stolen credit cards for a shopping spree in Deerfield, according to the Lake County State's Attorney's office and the Deerfield Police Department.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Police lodge endorses challenger Patt in Lake County sheriff election
A fraternal order of police lodge that says its membership includes Lake County sheriff's personnel and Sheriff Mark Curran has endorsed his Democratic challenger on the November election ballot.
Chicago Nurse Proves It's Never Too Late To Go Back To School
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics , Registered Nursing is one of the top occupations in terms of the largest job growth from 2008 to 2018.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Domestic abuse victims and their pets have a new friend in Lake County
For help with a domestic abuse situation, call A Safe Place at 731-7165 or the 24-Hour Crisis Line at 249-4450.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Poor Driving Leads to DUI, Warrant Arrest
The following information is from the Lake Forest Police Department. An arrest is not an indication of guilt.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Imprisoned Zion man tries to withdraw plea deal for 2012 standoff in Gurnee
A Zion man who pleaded guilty this year to home invasion for attacking a Gurnee family is trying to withdraw his plea agreement, claiming he was told by his defense attorney he would receive a far shorter prison sentence than was issued.
Crystal Lake trucker travels to preserve Sept. 11 history
Joe Alger of JA Frate is headed to New York to pick up a 13,000 pound beam that was part of the World Trade Center.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
FBI: Suspect said Waukegan bank made itself
A north suburban man charged with robbing one bank last month and suspected of holding up at least two others told the FBI the branches made themselves "easy to rob," according to charging documents.
Allendale recieves grant to work with schools on mental health outreach project
A new three-year grant will give local public-school teachers the opportunity to learn how to help students with emotional and behavioral challenges to remain in school and be successful in the classroom, officials said Tuesday.
Prosecutors Agree To Plea Deal In Zion Baby's Death
A 26-year-old man has agreed to plead guilty to killing his ex-girlfriend's infant son last summer and tossing the body in a Dumpster.
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Zion man pleads guilty to murdering 5-month-old boy
A Zion man pleaded guilty to first-degree murder Tuesday in the death of his former girlfriend's 5-month-old baby, the Lake County News-Sun reports.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Hilco Real Estate, LLC Announces Large Residential Income-Producing Portfolio Sale
Hilco Real Estate, LLC has announced an upcoming auction on July 24, 2014 for a large residential income producing portfolio consisting of 173 properties with a total of 401 units located in five northern Lake County Illinois suburbs.
Text messages should result in new trial for Round Lake man in fatal shooting, attorney says
The attorney for a Round Lake man found guilty in the murder of a Zion teen claims text messages sent from the victim's girlfriend could potentially result in a new trial.
Low-Cost Pet Vaccination Clinic in Zion on July 12
This clinic provides a convenient and affordable way for Lake County residents to keep pets up to date with their shots and rabies tags.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Zion teen pleads guilty to killing infant son
A Zion teen pleaded guilty Tuesday to one count of first-degree murder for killing his son when the infant wouldn't stop crying.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
Douglas County Herald
Mt. Zion News
Father's Day was observed in both the morning and evening services at Mt. Zion. Special recognition was given to the oldest father , the father who has been a Christian the longest , and the father with the most descendents present .
Mon Jun 23, 2014
Green Bay Press-Gazette
The Buzz: Grand Appliance and TV to open Thursday in Grand Chute
The owners of Grand Appliance and TV had their eyes on the Appleton area for a future store for a long time.