Lake Bluff Youth Baseball Association’s 11-year-olds won the Lake Shore Feeder Baseball League Championship on Sunday, July 31. The team beat Evanston 8-3
Deafness has no respect of age, wealth, or rank â€“ it strikes people of all economic, social, and age categories with equal frequency. The Lions Clubs of Illinois every year sponsor free hearing screenings for persons 18 and older and 10-17 years old with parental consent, in communities all over the state. In line with their chapter, the Lake Forest â€“ Lake Bluff Lions Club is sponsoring a hearing screening on Lake Forest Day, August 3, after the parade. The Hearing Bus will be at Market Square from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. to screen anyone interested.
Friends of the Lake Bluff Park District Foundation invite everyone to the annual summer fundraiser, Be Cool By The Pool, on Saturday, Aug. 27 at the Blair Park Pool.
In the wake of widespread loss of power throughout the Chicagoland area, state Rep. Karen May (D-Highland Park) and members of the Illinois Houseâ€™s Public Utilities committee will hold a subject matter hearing on Power Outages in Northeastern Illinois on Tuesday, August 16 at 10 a.m. in the Ballroom of the Highland Park Country Club, located at 1201 Park Ave West.
Gazebo vs. the Square (Market)? Battle on the Bluff? … Perhaps GazeboNews readers can submit a fitting name for this Saturday that finds Lake Bluff and Lake Forest baseball players locked up in two semi-final battles. (Provide your naming ideas for these games by commenting on this story!)
Bob Clifford of Lake Bluff represented more than 73 Village residents who live in the vicinity of Lake Bluff Middle School and whose lives are being negatively impacted every day and night by the noise pollution being emitted by the HVAC compressors at the middle school. We are enduring the third summer of this nuisance that is interrupting our otherwise tranquil and peaceful neighborhood. I stand before you tonight to let you know that our patience is wearing thin. Our goal is to work with the school district to return the noise levels in the neighborhood to what they were before the HVAC compressors were installed, in other words, full noise abatement.
Kenneth A. Dachman, formerly of Lake Forest, was charged with 11 counts of wire fraud in an indictment returned by a federal grand jury on July 27.