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  Time had taken its toll on the nearly 147-year-old document. But the rare copy of the 13th Amendment that ended slavery, signed by President Lincoln and lawmakers who voted for it, still was beautiful to James Cornelius and Russ Maki when they...

Lincoln-signed copy of 13th Amendment restored

Updated: 12/6/2011 10:16 PM

  The Batavia Library Monday reported 32 DVDs stolen. The items were checked out in September and never returned, according to a police report.

Police reports

Updated: 12/6/2011 05:03 PM

  Geneva 2nd Ward Alderman Robert Piper is resigning, effective Dec. 31, as he has moved out of the ward. Piper actually moved in to the 1st Ward several months ago, intending it to be a temporary move, as he works through a divorce.

Geneva 2nd Ward alderman resigns due to move

Updated: 12/6/2011 04:59 PM

  Shaqir Veseli, 51, of the 1400 block of Royal Oak Lane in Lake in the Hills, was arrested and later charged with battery, a misdemeanor, after his boss said he got mad at him, pushed him to the ground and kicked him just before 4:30 p.m. Monday in...

Police reports

Updated: 12/6/2011 04:58 PM

  During a few hours on the morning of March 24, Kyle Kowal could have ended several lives and set the stage for a long prison sentence. But good fortune intervened when no one was injured by the fires Kowal set, and on Tuesday he was given a chance...

Libertyville man gets prison, probation in arson case

Updated: 12/6/2011 04:58 PM

  Elgin City Council members will discuss moving forward with two green initiatives Wednesday. One would create bioretention basins in the South West Area Neighborhood and the other would convert most of the City Hall parking lot into permeable...

Elgin going green on infrastructure

Updated: 12/6/2011 04:16 PM

  Wheeling officials working to close a $1 million budget shortfall won't be filling the gap by imposing higher fees on residents. The village board, which has spent several weeks trying to balance the 2012 budget without hiking the property tax levy,...

Wheeling won't hike fees to cut $1 million deficit

Updated: 12/6/2011 04:16 PM

  Palatine Park District officials aren't interested in renaming Towne Square after the late state Sen. Wendell Jones, who held the 27th District seat for a decade. That honor is typically reserved for longtime park district commissioners and...

Palatine district won’t rename park after Wendell Jones

Updated: 12/6/2011 07:53 PM

  The Lake Zurich Rotary Club will host Deer Park author Jim Proebstle to discuss his latest novel, Fatal Incident, a World War II adventure set in Alaska at 12:15 p.m. Friday, Dec. 9.

Author to speak at Rotary meet:

Updated: 12/6/2011 04:07 PM

  The Grayslake Historical Society will host a Christmas open house from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 11, featuring music, refreshments, children's activities and tours at the Grayslake Heritage Center and Museum, 164 Hawley St., Grayslake.

Grayslake Historical Society event:

Updated: 12/6/2011 04:07 PM

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