Chicago Sun-Times launches Illinois medical marijuana tracking project, A New Crop.
Oct. 20 2:03 p.m. |
Halloween partiers and sex offenders are on notice this coming week in Lake County. There will be surprise roadside safety checks, and child sex offenders will be checked to make sure they are not handing out treats at their front door.
Oct. 20 1 p.m. |
Help Squad invites savvy readers to share money-saving tips on credit cards, phones, Internet and cable services.
Here we are in 2014, and Iraq is just as stable as ever, with ISIS struggling for be-very-afraid headlines with Ebola. So why is it that gas prices in Lake County entered the third week of October threatening to drop under the seemingly impregnable $3 bedrock?
Oct. 20 11:31 a.m. |
While this may have been one of the coldest and wettest boating seasons on record, it was also one of the safest.
Oct. 20 10:30 a.m. |
Halloween is coming. With Halloween comes trick-or-treating. And trick-or-treating comes with warnings, such as: Accept only wrapped and packaged candy; Stay within your neighborhood and only go to homes you know;
Go out in daylight. The implication is that trick-or-treating might be dangerous.
Oct. 20 10 a.m. |
The fleet is from Rust-Oleum, a corporation located next to the mall in Vernon Hills that for nearly a century has manufactured protective coatings and paints. This month, employees are painting their hubcaps as part of a breast cancer awareness fundraiser.
Oct. 20 6 a.m. |
I heard County Treasurer candidate David Stolman, who has been a leader on transparency his entire career, talk about some things he would do if elected. He would develop a searchable ledger for Lake County’s finances so they are more easily accessible, as right now they are only available in pdf format. He would also increase the transparency of our property tax bills so we can see how much we are paying each unit of government.
A free mobile app has been custom-developed for the Lake County Circuit Clerk’s Office to provide users with the same public access available through personal computers.
Oct. 19 11:44 a.m. |