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Fox Lake police union backs village, police administration
By Lee Filas
Nov 17, 2015 5:44 PM
The Fox Lake police union expressed "sadness and extreme disappointment" over the actions of Lt. Charles Joseph Gliniewicz, officials said in a statement.
Gliniewicz wife's accounts frozen in embezzlement case
By Lee Filas
Nov 18, 2015 12:37 AM
The Lake County state's attorney's office has frozen the personal and financial bank accounts of Melodie Gliniewicz, her lawyers said Tuesday. But they also released legal documents containing several details on what Lt. Joe Gliniewicz is alleged to have spent illegally.
Six volunteers join CASA Lake County
CASA Lake County submission
Nov 16, 2015 9:46 AM
Judge Valerie Boettle Ceckowski swore in six volunteers as CASA volunteers, Court Appointed Special Advocates, for abused and neglected children.
Demolition marks the end of mom-and-pop landmark in Volo
By Mick Zawislak
Nov 16, 2015 11:09 AM
The Skyline Motel overlooked Route 12 in Volo for 62 years but its demolition this past week marked the end of a familiar mom and pop business.
‘Heartbreaking': Suburban Francophiles devastated by Paris attacks
By Marni Pyke
Nov 14, 2015 4:30 PM
France's shock and horror at Friday's attacks reverberated in the suburbs for people with ties there. "I'm getting choked up just talking about it," Palatine rugby coach Alan Burton said.
Lake Zurich hires county to do building inspections
By Bob Susnjara
Nov 13, 2015 5:23 AM
Lake Zurich has hired another government agency to handle building inspection duties in a move officials say should result in a six-figure cost savings.
Dawn Patrol: High winds will continue today; Carpentersville theater getting a makeover
By Melissa Silverberg
Nov 12, 2015 5:47 AM
Wind advisory contines today. Carpentersville theater getting luxury makeover. Gliniewicz did 'whatever he wanted.' LPGA event won't be at Rich Harvest Farms. Elk Grove marching band invited to Washington, D.C. Keith closer to returning to Blackhawks. Bears will have to stop Rams rookie Gurley on the ground. Renteria looking ahead with Sox, not back on Cubs.
Dawn Patrol: Fox Lake mayor defends Bears trip; funds in memorial account frozen
By Christopher Placek and Lee Filas
Nov 11, 2015 6:00 AM
Fox Lake mayor defends Bears trip. Funds frozen in main memorial account for Gliniewicz family. Batavia standoff ends with man in custody. Veterans Day events abound in the suburbs. Fire breaks out at Des Plaines retirement home. Five vehicles involved in Rt. 53 crash. Severe weather alert for tonight. Toews surprises Wheaton students. White Sox add Renteria, Starks to coaching staff.
Late Daily Herald reporter honored during Veterans Day ceremony
By Lee Filas
Nov 11, 2015 8:04 PM
Former Daily Herald writer Tony Gordon was honored for his work covering Lake County courts and his military service during the annual Veterans Day ceremony in Waukegan.
Funds frozen in main memorial account for Gliniewicz family
By Lee Filas
Nov 10, 2015 6:08 PM
The main memorial bank account set up for the family of Lt. Joe Gliniewicz has been frozen, a spokesman from BMO Harris Bank said.
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