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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.

Population: 91452
Local Newspapers: Chicago Tribune Chicago Sun-Times
Local Sports Teams: Chicago Bears (NFL) Chicago Cubs (MLB) Chicago White Sox(MLB) Chicago Bulls (NBA) Chicago Blackhawks (NHL)
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Zip Codes associated with waukegan, illinois: 60085 60087
Towns/Cities near waukegan, illinois : Beach Park Gurnee Park City Lake Bluff Wadsworth Zion Gages Lake

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Indiana State Museum Exhibit Honors Percy Julian '20, "One of the...

In an article headlined "13 Indy museum exhibits coming and going", the Indianapolis Star notes that "'Making a Mark in Science: Percy Julian' ends Feb. 28 at the Indiana State Museum. Discover one of the the nation's most accomplished scientists, who graduated from DePauw University."

One week before mayoral primary, Cunningham calls for financial investigation

In what doubled as a last-minute campaign speech of sorts before the City Council, Waukegan Ald. Sam Cunningham, 1st, on Tuesday evening formally called for a "full forensic audit" of the city's finances.

Waukegan's Genesee Theatre welcomes classic pop bands

The Genesee Theatre in Waukegan announced tickets will go on sale Tuesday, Feb. 21, for May concerts featuring 1960s favorites Blood Sweat & Tears with special guest Allen Stone, and for the Cornerstones of Rock tour made up of onetime pop mainstays The Ides of March and The Buckinghams , along with The Cryan' Shames, The Shadows of Knight and The New Colony Six. Presale tickets will be available from 10 a.m. Tuesday to 10 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23, online at or by phone at 982-2787.

Consumers Credit Union to host 87th Annual Meeting

The meeting features the election of four members to the credit union's board of directors, along with the awarding of eight scholarships, each worth $2,000. The scholarships are selected and awarded by Consumers Cooperative Association, CCU's sponsor.

Waukegan mayoral race: Cunningham 'feeling good' about bid as primary nears

Waukegan Ald. Sam Cunningham, 1st, speaks in his office ahead of the Feb. 28, 2017, Democratic mayoral primary, which will mark his fourth run for the office.

Cooke Magnet School principal disciplined over 911 call about kindergartner

The now semi-retired principal at Cooke Magnet School received a three-day suspension as a result of calling 911 over an incident with a kindergartner last month, a district spokesman said Friday. The discipline for former Principal Nan Heim concludes a district investigation into whether school staff violated any district policies or procedures when Heim called 911 the morning of the Jan. 5 incident, Waukegan School District 60 spokesman Nick Alajakis said.

Waukegan police gang unit raids net arrests, guns and drugs

The Waukegan Police Department's Gang Intelligence Unit raided two homes Thursday, making two arrests and recovering firearms, drugs and money, according to a statement released Friday. Police report that at about 1:40 p.m., detectives from the gang unit entered a single-family residence in the 1600 block of 13th Street in connection with a weapons investigation.

6 Lube Ingredients You May Want to Avoid

Yes, when you have a vagina and are super-excited at the prospect of having sex, said vagina may lube up on its own. It's an interesting, convenient physical mechanism that happens as part of the still get turned on, but you want to amp up the wetness even more.

Arrests made after Waukegan armed robberies

The first armed robbery took place about 6 p.m. Sunday at a Citgo gas station on the 1000 block of Golf Road. One thief displayed a silver handgun and took money, firing the gun but not injuring anyone, Waukegan police said.

Former Lake County coroner Rudd charged with perjury over petitions

Controversial former Lake County coroner Dr. Thomas Rudd was indicted Wednesday on five counts of perjury alleging he knowingly lied on nominating petitions when seeking re-election in 2016, court records show. Lake County Undersheriff Ray Rose said about "15 to 20 signatures" on the five petition pages involved in the indictment were proven to be false.

Reminisce about the Grayslake Outdoor Theater Feb. 18

The Grayslake Outdoor Theater is gone but it will not be forgotten by those attending a Reminisce Session hosted by the Grayslake Historical Society at 10 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 18, in the Community Room of the Grayslake Heritage Center and Museum, 164 Hawley St., Grayslake. Former employees, along with people who watched the movies in their cars and trucks, will join to share and relive their memories.

Waukegan stabbing suspect held on $1 million bail

A 23-year-old Waukegan man who police say was involved in a stabbing Friday at a local McDonald's is being held on $1 million bail. Officers on Tuesday spotted Luis M. Medina, of the 700 block of Hickory Street, wearing the same clothing and black mask from the stabbing last week in downtown Waukegan, authorities said.

Lake County Board supports plan to ask voters if they want to pick chairman

A proposal to let voters decide if they should directly elect the Lake County Board chairman gained the board's support Tuesday. Commissioners voted unanimously to request an amendment to legislation already in the state Senate that seeks to change how the chairman is chosen.

Four armed robberies reported in Waukegan over weekend

Waukegan police are searching for this man and two others who they say robbed a gas station at gunpoint Friday night. Police are searching for this man and two others suspected of robbing a Waukegan gas station at gunpoint Friday night.

19th Judicial Circuit employees honored at Waukegan courthouse

At the presentation of awards for the 19th Judicial Circuit, from left: Chief Judge Jorge Ortiz, Mary Marsolek, Christine Morgan, Cassandra Smith, Jodi Luka, Olivia Puplava, Coleen Gavin-Obenauf and Sharon Klapperich. The Golden Gavel Award is a new award for 2016, presented to an individual or team of the judicial branch who supports the mission of the 19th Judicial Circuit "to serve the public."

Lester: Rooney working as high school teacher and state senator

Former Rolling Meadows Mayor Tim Rooney has been on the job as both a high school social studies teacher and a new state senator after working out an arrangement with Leyden High School District 212 . After Rooney was appointed to replace state Sen. Matt Murphy of Palatine last October, school officials paired him with first-year social studies teacher Emmett O'Keefe, Rooney tells me.

Costs increase, work accelerates to move and improve museum

The cost to relocate and reinvent the Lake County Discovery Museum has increased $350,000, or by more than 20 percent, as work involving exhibits and other elements progresses. "We're getting to the much more detailed parts of the exhibits instead of the concepts," said Nan Buckardt, education director for the Lake County Forest Preserve District, which has operated the museum since the 1970s.

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