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08/09/11 How many civil union licenses have been issued in suburbs?
By Russell Lissau - Since civil unions became legal in Illinois two months ago, 1,399 couples were issued licenses in Lake, Cook, DuPage, Kane and McHenry counties. The most were in Cook; the fewest were in McHenry. FULL STORY
08/08/11 Mundelein High board eyeing corporate sponsorships
By Russell Lissau - Mundelein High School could join the ranks of local campuses using corporate sponsorship to offset costs. The District 120 board will meet tonight to discuss whether to develop a corporate-sponsorship policy FULL STORY
08/07/11 Some Lake County officials oppose job grant
By Russell Lissau - Americans frequently say the government should help get people back to work, but Lake County Board members are divided about whether to give a suburban company a federal grant to train and employ a Waukegan man. FULL STORY
08/04/11 Walsh on child support lawsuit: This is personal
By Russell Lissau - At a crowded town hall meeting Thursday night in Wauconda, U.S. Rep. Joe Walsh pledged to fight the recently reported allegations that he owes his ex-wife more than $117,000 in child support. "Virtually everything in that Sun-Times piece was... FULL STORY
08/03/11 Adler Center arts fair returns to Libertyville
By Russell Lissau - The 31st annual David Adler Music and Arts Center's Festival of the Arts kicks off Saturday, Aug. 6, in Libertyville. The two-day event will be staged in Cook Park, which is on Milwaukee Avenue in downtown Libertyville. FULL STORY
08/03/11 Lake County could use phones, music players to monitor traffic
By Russell Lissau - Lake County officials may test a real-time information system that pings signals off motorists' cell phones and other wireless devices to monitor travel times and delays. The BlueTOAD system selects Bluetooth devices in passing cars and calculates... FULL STORY
08/01/11 Lake County Fair attendance down from 2010
By Russell Lissau - Despite a 17 percent drop in attendance from last year - blamed at least partly on the weather - Lake County Fair organizers say they have much to celebrate about the 2011 fair that ended Sunday. FULL STORY
07/29/11 Orion Samuelson gets award at Lake County Fair
By Russell Lissau - Legendary agriculture reporter Orion Samuelson received a lifetime achievement award from the Lake County Fair on Friday, while telling young farmers to "dream big." Samuelson spoke almost solemnly about county fairs. FULL STORY
07/29/11 Mold found at second Lake Zurich school
By Russell Lissau - Mold was discovered this summer at Seth Paine Elementary School in Lake Zurich, but it's being removed and shouldn't affect the start of the school year. It is the second Lake Zurich District 95 school to have mold problems in recent years. FULL STORY
07/28/11 Lake County's Garrett to retire from state Senate at end of term
By Russell Lissau - Saying she has no second thoughts about the decision, veteran state Sen. Susan Garrett on Wednesday announced she won't seek re-election in 2012. "I'm not a career politician," she said. FULL STORY
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