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Lake Bluff snatched the trophy from defending champion Deerfield Saturday, Aug. 9, in the Bannockburn BBQ Challenge.
Ask Village Manager Maria Lasday, however, and there were hundreds of winners in the barbecue competition held at the Bannockburn Green Shopping Center.
Local leaders were pleased to learn Wednesday that Walgreen Co. will remain a United States-based business and maintain its Deerfield corporate campus.
U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk has been collecting mud from the Waukegan Harbor for 14 years, but he was able to stop Tuesday.
Local, state and federal authorities gathered in Waukegan on Tuesday to celebrate the end of a decades-long effort to clean the city's polluted harbor.
On July 29, the lead US Iran negotiator warned lawmakers that congressional action now that would threaten to impose new sanctions on Iran if a final nuclear deal is not reached in November could jeopardize the sensitive negotiations at a critical moment, and un
Members of Congress and thousands of Israel supporters gathered for solidarity rallies in New York and Chicago.
Sixty eight members of the United States Congress have banded together to petition the United Nations to take action and disarm Hamas, which, according to the document, is singularly responsible for the current conflict that has cost numerous Palestinian lives since early July.
Some 2,000 Chicagoans stood united with Israel Monday morning at a rally supporting the Jewish homeland’s right to defend itself from Hamas terror attacks.
Hamas’ rockets, and the expansive network of tunnels it uses to move and deploy them, are singularly responsible for the ongoing violence in Gaza that has left as many as 800 Palestinians dead, mostly civilians.