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Help Squad: Driver in the hole, literally and figuratively
Biz Notes: Evanston banker elected to Union League Club of Chicago board
D.C. real estate company acquires former Motorola site in Libertyville
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Tourism brought $1.2 billion to Lake County in 2013
Lake County Fair photo roundup
Local educators bring TED Talks to Lake County
Special Olympics spotlight: Alex Garcia
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Lake County Fair finishes with a flourish
Vernon Hills building permits, April 6-12
August festival guide for the Chicago suburbs
Food: Korean classic bibimbap finds a place at brunch
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Blaser: What would Teddy White say about today’s issues?
Biz Notes: Public Communications Inc. name Oettel principal
Help Squad: Spending money to save money in home maintenance
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Students of Mundelein receive degrees from Miami University
Mundelein’s Aaron Spector receives degree from Miami University
Movie Review: Braff makes ‘Wish I Was Here’ more of the same
Paul Sassone: Let the political ad games begin
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Lake County Fair’s fare delivers a host of guilty pleasures
Lost, abandoned, stray animals have new home in Lake County
Moran: Why is attendance down at the Lake County Fair?
Walk Like MADD set Aug. 3 in Libertyville
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Family Friendly: Measner Magic one of many kid attractions at Lake County Fair
Lesser-known players make travel season work for them
Moran: Why is attendance down at the Lake County Fair? News
Moran: Why is attendance down at the Lake County Fair?
In 1998, more than 250,000 attended the Lake County Fair. Granted, it is now a five-day festival rather than a six-day one, but for whatever reason, 200,000 visitors is the stuff of memories. In 2009, attendance was 138,000. It dropped below the 100,000 mark in 2011 and remains there.
July 25 11:59 a.m. |
Dold, Schneider call for government action on corporate inversions Government
Dold, Schneider call for government action on corporate inversions
With some of the area’s largest corporations considering taking their headquarters to foreign soil, both Rep. Brad Schneider (D-Deerfield) and his challenger, former Rep. Robert Dold (R-Kenilworth), want to see government action. Reforming the corporate tax code and specific legislation to curb the incentive for American corporations to move overseas and take advantage of lower corporate taxes has emerged as a leading issue in this rematch for the 10th Congressional District seat between Dold and Schneider Nov. 4.
July 22 2:54 p.m. |
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