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A 45-year-old Waukegan man has contracted West Nile virus disease. He became sick on Sept. 1, was hospitalized and discharged. This is the county’s first human WNV case since 2007.
Lake Bluff Library is bringing opera to Scranton Avenue, with three presentations and performances by opera insiders. The events begin on Sunday, Sept. 26
Mettawa is saying no to the no-mow trend that’s taking place in the roadsides and parkways of Lake Forest and other communities. “These aren’t just any weeds,” said MOLA President Cheryl Pytlarz.
Lake Forest Parks & Rec is facing what its staff calls “difficult decisions” about local parks, and it wants residents to speak up about which amenities are important to them.
Cry not, those of you who miss the Lake Bluff turkey. Local writer Catherine Driscoll is giving the bird a new life as the subject of a children’s book aptly named The Town Turkey, which tells the story of a little turkey who unexpectedly drops into town.
Saturday is the fall rummage sale at First Presbyterian Church of Lake Forest. Great bargains will be found in clothing, furniture, toys, books, bicycles, linens and many other categories.
Traffic on Deerpath has been backed up as far west as Waukegan Road during morning rush hour due to the resurfacing of Greenbay Road in Lake Forest. This situation compelled aldermen at Monday’s City Council meeting to request that the contractor avoid the Greenbay/Deerpath intersection until after 9 a.m.