Available through Help Grow Waukegan — a joint effort of Openlands, Waukegan, the U.S. Forest Service and others — officials hope to put 150 new trees in the city by fall of next year, according to Sarah Surroz, Openlands’ director of Lake County programs.
Dax found Romero inside the doctor’s office and bit him on the leg. Romero allegedly punched the dog, which would not release him.
For decades, HTTH has distributed those funds to social service agencies in the county, but recently announced that the campaign ending Saturday will be the last.
Gale Graves, the vice president of community impact of United Way of Lake County, said after the formal portion of Thursday’s meeting she is receiving calls about more and more migrants in Lake County in need of services.
Crimo did not say what prompted his change of heart, just as he did not say last month what made him decide to represent himself.
Lake Forest senior Seth Digby relies on his background in judo to gain an advantage in wrestling. “It makes an impact,” his coach says.
The new voting equipment, which sorts, prints and prepares vote-by-mail ballots for the U.S. Postal Service, officially went into operation Thursday at the Lake County Clerk’s office in Waukegan, making the process quicker for voters.
The council voted 6-3 Tuesday to prohibit the public release of balloons into the sky in an effort keep potential pollutants out of Lake Michigan and protect wildlife.
A stepback jumper is just one of the ways Carmel’s Kaleb Jackson can score. But taking a step back set him on a path to do more.
As of Tuesday evening, Hinsdale had received 11 buses in 11 days, according to the village president.
Waukegan climbs after winning nine straight games, while Vernon Hills and Antioch enter the rankings.
Michael Grandinetti performs two shows Jan. 13 at the Raue Center for the Arts in Crystal Lake.
Today, roughly 80,000 people worldwide participate in the counts, held for a certain time period each year around Christmas.
Tabisz arrived after the arrest, and was taking the suspect to the police department when he yanked the suspect to the ground after the suspect stopped walking, authorities said.
Here are all of the Tribune Food and Dining team’s guides to different food and restaurants throughout Chicago, from best burgers and Italian beef to beer and wine.
In Lake County, the cities of Waukegan, North Chicago and Highwood — and villages of Grayslake and Buffalo Grove — approved ordinances Tuesday to regulate unscheduled migrant buses at their respective council meetings.
“With current employee vacancies, staff on (family leave), and other absences, the Lake County Sheriff’s Corrections Division is down nearly 40% of its normal staffing levels," Lake County Sheriff John Idleburg said.
For Americans today, our greatest danger may be our own fears.
The conservative-leaning Illinois Policy Institute estimates Illinoisans pay the second-highest amount of property taxes in the nation, and have the highest overall tax burden. Despite several “task forces” named to study tax relief, no proposals to ebb the tax tide have materialized from Springfield.
The entertainment facility was closed for the day, but opened its doors especially to accommodate more than 50 children from places such as Kenosha, Wisconsin, Zion, Waukegan and North Chicago.
Xavi Granville, the leading scorer for revamped Grayslake Central in his first varsity season, has topped the 20-point mark five times.
Flores-Deter, Elenbaas and Johnson were among a record crowd of 540 people who ran, walked or jumped into the lake in Waukegan’s 25th-annual Polar Bear Plunge Monday at the city’s beach in raising money for special recreation.
Malott, 34, of the 1200 block of Main Street, is charged with unlawful possession of a weapon by a felon and aggravated discharge after the incident, which started around 10:30 p.m. Saturday, authorities said.
Since November, the Deerfield Indoor Winter Farmers Market has been held on the first, third and fifth Saturdays of the month, and it will continue through April inside Founders Hall at St. Gregory’s Episcopal Church, 815 Wilmot Road.
Fill A Heart assists more than 2,400 children ages 5 to 18 by providing food, clothing and personal items, along with educational services such as tutoring and conducting classes at multiple locations, including their Lake Forest headquarters.
Wauconda junior Grace Parker is aiming to make a name for herself in the Northern Lake County Conference and beyond.
The Museum Adventure Pass Program offers people with library cards the ability to obtain free or reduced-price admission to more than 20 venues in the greater Chicago area, making them more accessible to families.
As part of a Kwanzaa celebration sponsored by the Waukegan African American Museum at England Manor, the actors told how the individuals personified unity, self-determination, collective work and responsibility, cooperative economics, purpose, creativity and faith.
Kate Rule leads No. 2 Libertyville to a tournament title as Carmel and Lake Zurich move up in the rankings.
Here are some events happening from Jan. 5 to 11 in the Chicago suburbs and Northwest Indiana.