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Electrifying honor

Electrifying honor

      The Supalo family, father Michael, twin brothers Graham and Miller, 3, and mother Erin, throw the switch at the 40th-annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony in front of the Antioch, Ill., Village Hall, 874 Main St., on Nov. 27. The Supalo’s achieved the electrifying distinction by winning this year’s Village […]

 
 

A fallen officer’s sad tale of betrayal and suicide

A fallen officer’s sad tale of betrayal and suicide

Gliniewicz committed suicide to avoid facing criminal probe, officials say By Jason Arndt Staff Writer On the surface, Lt. Charles Joseph Gliniewicz was a military veteran, family man and well-respected officer with the Fox Lake Police Department. However, according to investigators, he was a thief and an embarrassment to the […]

 
 

Investigators say officer was killed with his own gun

Investigators say officer was killed with his own gun

Signs of struggle noted at crime scene Fox Lake Police Lt. Joseph Gliniewicz was shot and killed with his own weapon following what appeared to be a struggle, investigators in the case said Thursday. Authorities are continuing to investigate the case as a homicide, Commander George Filenko of the Lake […]

 
 

County officials are pushing flu shots

The Lake County Health Department Community Health Center is encouraging residents to get a flu shot this fall. Last year, six deaths and 49 intensive care unit admissions were associated with complications brought on by influenza in Lake County. “Those six months of age or older should get a flu […]

 
 

Construction closes Wilmot Road

Wilmot Road, north of Highway 173, will be closed to traffic through Oct. 21, for construction improvements crossing the roadway, according to McHenry County transportation officials. A detour will be posted. Northbound traffic will be rerouted to Siedschlag Road to Highway CK to reconnect with Wilmot Road/Fox River Road just […]

 
 

Planting symbols of hope

Planting symbols of hope

Members of the Antioch Upper Grade School Garden Club tend to a hill of topsoil at the Antioch Community Garden, east of Main Street, on May 19. The club, directed by science instructor Barbara Regan (far right) was on hand to prep and plant a variety of vegetables in the […]

 
 

Free Illinois Fishing Days set for June 5 to 8

The Illinois Department of Natural Resources hosts free fishing days throughout the state Saturday through Monday. With the Chain o’ Lakes running through the heart of the area, it’s prime chance for anglers to introduce youngsters to the sport, according to the DNR. During the free fishing promotion, no fishing […]

 
 

Let ‘em have it!

Let ‘em have it!

It’s all giggles for Morgan DeWitt, 8, (from left) Wyatt Flade, 5, and his sister, Abigail, 8, as they spray kindergarten teacher Tami Dati (left, foreground) and first-grade teacher Deon Obrochta with cans of Silly String during the Hillcrest Fun Fair held at the Hillcrest Elementary School in Antioch, Ill., […]

 
 

Antioch set to host Beer and BBQ walk

Tickets are on sale now for Antioch’s Beer and BBQ Walk on April 25 from noon to 4 p.m. Tickets may be purchased online at www.antiochchamber.org. Only a limited number of tickets are available. Tickets are $40 per person, and are nonrefundable. Credit Card payments must be made at time […]

 
 

Urban farmers

Urban farmers

Don Zienty (left) and wife Lynn learn a few of the finer points of honey and beeswax soap from “Keeper of the Bees,” Peter Poli, at the Antioch Public Library District, 757 N. Main St. on Saturday. Poli, owner of Humdinger Honey Works, held a discussion on “Urban Farming” and […]

 
 
 
 
 

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