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Located on the western shore of Lake Michigan, Waukegan is 42 miles south of Chicago. Waukegan, visited by Jacques Marquette in 1673, is one of the oldest communities in Illinois. The city started as a French trading post and Potawatomi Indian settlement known as "Little Fort". Records dating back to 1829 tell of a treaty signed by the Potawatomis in which they ceded all of their land in this area to the Federal Government.
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'Getting people out of the shadows': Dreamers rally for support in Waukegan
A statue of President Abraham Lincoln was the background to a demonstration rally that took place in Waukegan on Tuesday to support the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which was rescinded by the Trump administration Sept. 5. The environmental activist group Clean Power Lake County and the Father Gary Graf Center led the event, which called to action those who support the program that advocates say has allowed about 800,000 immigrants to stay in the U.S. Known as Dreamers, those who qualified for DACA are children who entered the United States before age 16 with parents who were undocumented immigrants.Former North Chicago cop turns himself in
Ludwin W. Barreno, an eight-year veteran of the North Chicago Police Department, turned himself in Friday and remains held in Lake County jail on $250,000 bail, said Lake County sheriff's Sgt. Chris Covelli.Gurnee man killed in Waukegan shooting, two others wounded
One man was killed and two others wounded in Waukegan after a shooting on the street outside some apartments early Friday morning. Brian Hopkins, 34, of Gurnee , died of a gunshot wound according to Lake County Coroner Howard Cooper after conducting an autopsy Monday morning.Gurnee man killed in Waukegan shooting
A 34-year-old Gurnee man was killed early Saturday in a shooting that wounded two others outside a Waukegan apartment complex, police said. Brian Hopkins was pronounced dead at the scene of the shooting, which was reported about 2:30 a.m. in the 600 block of Pickus Court.AGO: Waukegan violated law in denying FOIA request about District 60...
Superintendent Theresa Plascencia talks with Jack Benny Middle School students in the cafeteria, on Sept. 15, 2017 in Waukegan.Joshua Stuart Krinsky Memorial golf outing raises almost $25,000
From left, Bob Santini of Buffalo Grove, Ricky Schmidt of Waukegan and Steve Fenchel of Lake Forest at the Joshua Stuart Krinsky Memorial Golf Outing. The Joshua Stuart Krinsky Memorial Golf Outing celebrated its 17th annual event on Aug. 11 at White Deer Run Golf Club in Vernon Hills.5 things to do this weekend in the suburbs
Charges were filed Thursday against three men accused of restraining an employee at a Buffalo Grove business while armed, and then fleeing with several containers of key fobs Wednesday night, authorities said. Buffalo Grove officials released information Thursday about what was taken in the armed robbery on the 1500 block of North Barclay Road, at a locksmith that specializes in keyless entry remotes.Lake County Metra riders brace themselves for 'necessary evil' of more fare hikes
"I don't have to worry about traffic or a full parking lot at school," said the Waukegan High School psychologist, just before boarding a train to go home Wednesday. Earlier in the day, Metra officials announced that they're looking to raise fares for the fourth year in a row, citing higher costs as well as state budget cuts and lower sales tax revenues.Veteran North Chicago cop accused of soliciting prostitute while on duty
An arrest warrant has been issued for a veteran North Chicago police officer accused of patronizing prostitutes while on duty, authorities said. Ludwin W. Barreno, an 8-year veteran of the North Chicago Police Department, was indicted Wednesday by a Lake County grand jury on four felony counts of official misconduct, three felony counts of patronizing a prostitute and two misdemeanor charges of solicitation of a sexual act, officials said.Fairs & festivals: Oktoberfests, Heritage Fest, Fiestas Patrias and more
ArtsFest-St. Charles: Runs through Sunday, Sept. 17, at various venues in St. Charles.Northern Illinois county raising minimum tobacco age to 21
A northern Illinois county is to become the first in the state to raise the minimum age to purchase tobacco products and electronic cigarettes to 21 years. The Waukegan News-Sun reports the Lake County Board passed the measure Tuesday that impacts unincorporated areas of the county.Libertyville physician hopes to challenge Schneider in 10th
Pledging to champion the role of "citizen legislators" and serve no more than three terms if elected, Libertyville physician and business owner Sapan Shah is joining the field of potential Republican challengers to 10th District congressman Brad Schneider. "Government should be run by citizen legislators, not professional, career politicians," Shah, 37, said in his campaign announcement Tuesday.Gurnee man charged with child sex abuse; ordered held on $1 million bail
A Gurnee man was being held on $1 million bail after his arrest Tuesday morning on charges of child sexual abuse that allegedly occurred in Round Lake Park. Rodrick R. Linnear, 36, was arrested by Round Lake Park police at his place of employment in Waukegan Tuesday morning following a month-long investigation into allegations of the sexual abuse of a minor, according to Round Lake Park Police Chief George Filenko.Images: 9/11 ceremonies in the suburbs
Suburban residents gathered Monday with local officials, police officers and firemen in Elgin, Des Plaines and Waukegan to remember those who lost their lives in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.Watch 'The Force Awakens' at Gorton Center's block party
A brass quartet plays while vendors offer food at last year's Gorton Block Party. This year's entertainment will include live music by TKO Duo, youth violin performances, a storytelling stage, a Star Wars costume contest and a robotics demonstration and more.Northern Illinois Airshow fills the skies over Waukegan
A large crowd of people of all ages watched a sky filled with plane stunts during the Northern Illinois Airshow Saturday at the Waukegan National Airport. The aerobatics show had planes from a historic military flight era, where tactical maneuvers made the powerful machines with wings dance with one another in the air.
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