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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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Weekly picks: Steve Winwood visits the Chicago Theatre
John P. Kee headlines College of Lake County's 34th Salute to Gospel at the Genesee Theatre in Waukegan at 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 24. The 20th anniversary world tour of "Riverdance" returns for three performances at the Rosemont Theatre between Friday and Saturday, Feb. 23 and 24. Fans of pop hits such as "Higher Love," "John Barleycorn" and more won't want to miss seeing Steve Winwood perform in concert Thursday at the Chicago Theatre, 175 N. State St., Chicago. $45. 745-3000 or thechicagotheatre.com .Koinonia Christian Fellowship Announces Conference
Men's Conference. The event is slated for Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will feature guest speaker the Rev.Early voting to start Tuesday in Lake County
Ballots for the March 20 primary election will be available Tuesday, Feb. 20, for those choosing to vote early at the Lake County clerk's office or by mail. Candidate certification and ballot printing were delayed throughout the state because the court was reviewing a decision by the Illinois State Board of Elections.Elder abuse seminar set for Thursday in Waukegan
The Lake County state's attorney's office is hosting a training seminar titled "Detecting and Responding to Elder Abuse" from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday at the Genesee Theater, 203 N Genesee St., Waukegan. The speakers include elder abuse expert Paul Greenwood of California.Former Lake County coroner denied request to expunge criminal record
A judge denied a request by former Lake County Coroner Richard Keller to expunge or seal his criminal record in a drug-related death involving the Waukegan methadone clinic he ran. Keller, 63, made the request to Lake County Judge Daniel Shanes because he said the 2011 criminal case that resulted in Keller pleading guilty to delivery of a controlled substance and obstruction of justice had made it hard for him to hold a job or find a place to live.Students say renovated big-box store feels 'like a real high school' on opening day
With their first assembly behind them, students at Cristo Rey St. Martin College Prep head out to find lockers and their first classroom Tuesday morning. With their first assembly behind them, students at Cristo Rey St. Martin College Prep head out to find lockers and their first classroom Tuesday morning.'A milestone moment': Catholic high school in Waukegan ready to open in renovated Kmart
Waukegan 's Cristo Rey Saint Martin College Prep, a work-study opportunity for hundreds of students of limited economic means over the last 14 years, is slated to open a state-of-the-art campus Tuesday utilizing an old Kmart store. The new high school at 3106 Belvidere Road is the result of an $18.5 million adaptive reuse project led by JGMA architects and the McShane Construction Company that wows visitors with a bright palette of blues and greens both inside and outside the structure.5 things to do this weekend in the suburbs
Sweet treats await at Morton Arboretum's Chocolate Weekend, former Styx frontman Dennis DeYoung plays the Genesee, and stunt performers show off their skills at the Chicago Progressive International Motorcycle Show. Here are five fun ideas for the weekend.Police probe follows Lake County bar association leader's resignation
The sudden resignation of the Lake County Bar Association's executive director last week led to an internal investigation by the group and now a police investigation. No criminal charges have been filed against Christopher Boadt as of Wednesday, court records show.Suspect in 8 Waukegan burglaries arrested
When Waukegan officers responded to a burglary alarm at 12:15 a.m. at the Waukegan Food Mart, they found fresh footprints in the snow. Police said the footprints led to 58-year-old Thomas O. Anderson, of unincorporated Lake County, who was found hiding behind a nearby residence.Footprints in snow lead to suspect in eight burglaries, Waukegan police say
A burglary suspect was tracked through fresh snowfall early Wednesday from Waukegan Food Mart on Sunset Avenue to the backyard of a nearby house, where officers arrested a man now linked to a total of eight burglaries, Waukegan police report. Cmdr.Secret Service at Waukegan High School as part of investigation, district says
Agents with the Secret Service visited both the Washington Street campus of Waukegan High School, shown here, and the Brookside Campus on Feb. 6, 2018. Agents with the Secret Service visited both the Washington Street campus of Waukegan High School, shown here, and the Brookside Campus on Feb. 6, 2018.Waukegan approves higher sales tax with mayor's tie-breaking vote
The sales tax in Waukegan is set to climb to 8.5 percent this summer following a tie-breaking vote Monday evening by Mayor Sam Cunningham. The proposed increase comes in the wake of a series of infrastructure assessments that collectively identified more than $550 million in recommended or needed improvements across a range of city-owned infrastructure.Weekly picks: Bob Saget slings standup at the Raue Center
Actor and comedian Bob Saget performs at the Raue Center for the Arts in Crystal Lake on Wednesday, Feb. 7. Author and poet Eve L. Ewing reads from her work at Oakton Community College's Footlik Theater in Des Plaines on Wednesday, Feb. 7. Dennis DeYoung, a founding member of the band Styx, performs at the Genesee Theatre in Waukegan on Saturday, Feb. 10. Actor and comedian Bob Saget may be famed for family shows like "Full House" and "America's Funniest Videos," but he's also known for his adults-only style of standup comedy. See what taboo topics he tackles on Wednesday at the Raue Center for the Arts, 26 N. Williams St., Crystal Lake.Suburban arrests made in national prostitution sting
Arlington Heights, Cook County Sheriff's and Lake County Sheriff's police made nearly 70 arrests of accused sex buyers in recent weeks as part of a massive sting operation involving more than 30 law enforcement agencies in 16 states. The 15th National Johns Suppression Initiative, which took place from Jan. 7 to Feb. 4, led to almost 650 arrests across the country, including 18 on sex trafficking-related charges, Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart announced Tuesday.Waukegan, Zion men sentenced in separate heroin death cases
Two local men charged in separate cases involving heroin overdose deaths have been sentenced to prison under plea deals in Lake County Circuit Court. Darrin S. Reed, 33, of Waukegan, was sentenced to 18 years in prison on Jan. 31 by Judge Daniel Shanes for a Class X felony charge of unlawful delivery of a controlled substance, specifically heroin.Gurnee backs plan to move radio stations to mall
Gurnee Mills is one step closer to bringing four Alpha Media radio stations to the mall after the village of Gurnee voted Monday to pay them $93,600 over three years to help offset the renovation costs. The proposal includes two Kenosha-based stations -- WIIL 95.1-FM and WLIP 1050-AM -- and two based in Waukegan -- WKRS ESPN Deportes 1220-AM and WXLC 102.3-FM.Comedian John Mulaney to perform at Genesee in Waukegan March 16
The 35-year-old comedian just played seven sold-out shows at the Chicago Theatre, and on Monday his production company announced he will return to the area to perform at 8 p.m. March 15 at the Genesee Theatre in Waukegan. And he isn't only in demand here.Pieces of Lake County's past immortalized in new Illinois bicentennial book
Historical agencies in Lake and McHenry counties dug into their treasure trove of artifacts to find just the right ones to tell the story of their communities. Debbie Fandrei sometimes imagines how Janice Ausbrook looked wearing her green suit as she took a ship from America to reunite with her husband in Japan during the Korean War.Kohl Children's Museum pop-up a big hit in Waukegan
That was the review of Jaslynn Uriostegui, 8, who enjoyed the opening of the Kohl Children's Museum pop-up museum Saturday afternoon at the Urban Edge space in downtown Waukegan . "The paintings," is what she liked best while exploring the museum with her sister, Allyahnii, 5, and brother, Jesus, 10, and her mother, Lisa.
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