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Births A daughter, Evelyn Marie Anderson, was born to Max Anderson and Caitlin Cox of Boyne City on Sunday, March 3, 2013, at Charlevoix Area Hospital. Evelyn weighed 8 pounds, 4 ounces at birth. Grandparents are Thomas and Kathy Zatorski of Suttons Bay,...
Special to the TribuneFormer Illini basketball player Jereme Richmond must serve eight days in the Lake County Jail, but he’ll still be able to join a Premier Basketball League team, a judge ruled today. The modification to Richmond’s probation for a weapons...
Tags: Judges, Prisons, Trials, Prosecution, Justice System
The $2 million interest-free deal expected to save the Central Lake YMCA in Vernon Hills is being hailed as a model of cooperation as government, non-profit and private interests work to keep the 12-year-old facility open well beyond a temporary extension...
Daniel Spungen was at a Pennsylvania stamp show in June 2007 when something he saw changed his life forever. Ken Lawrence, a fellow stamp collector and avid postal history buff seated at a nearby table, was holding a piece of Torah that a World War II...
Tribune reporterMore than 25 years after Bennie Starks was charged with raping and battering a 69-year-old woman in Waukegan, Lake County prosecutors have agreed to give up the last vestige of a prosecution contradicted by DNA. Three days into his first term as state&...
Three days into his first term as Lake County state's attorney, Mike Nerheim announced he will drop a case from 1986 that his predecessor steadfastly pursued despite DNA evidence indicating the suspect's innocence. Bennie Starks spent 20 years in prison...
Tags: Abusive Behavior, Judges, Trials, Prosecution, Chemical Industry
Special to the TribuneA Lake County judge today denied former Illini basketball player Jereme Richmond’s request to move to Sterling, Ill., to play basketball with the Sauk Valley Predators. Richmond, 20, who is on probation for a weapons violation, is on the roster...
Tags: Prisons, Judges, Trials, Punishment, Justice System
Dogs that attack other dogs can now be impounded in much of Lake County while an investigation is conducted. The changes affect unincorporated Lake County and 40 of the 52 communities in the county that contract animal-control service to the county....
Tags: North Chicago, Animal Attacks
Former Illinois basketball player Jereme Richmond wiped tears of relief from his eyes as he exited a courtroom Friday after a judge granted him a three-day pass for a basketball tryout in Philadelphia. Richmond, 20, of Waukegan, was placed on a 24-hour,...
Tribune reportersLake County Coroner Thomas Rudd has reversed his office’s ruling from “undetermined” to “homicide” in the case of a man who died after North Chicago police restrained him, hit him with batons and shocked him with a Taser....
Change of SubjectIn order to facilitate the growth of community and (I hope) promote somewhat more civil exchanges, I’m starting an occasional feature in which regulars tell us a bit more about themselves. Commenter ID: Wendy Real name: Wendy Clark Gender: Female......
Humbled a few days earlier by Providence-St. Mel, North Chicago received a surprising threat upon its return to conference play. Leading Lakes by just two with less than seven minutes to play, the No. 11 Warhawks turned it into overdrive and cruised...
Tags: North Chicago, Lakes and Ponds
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