EDITOR’S NOTE: Content appears as it is provided in public records. 696 Elm Place, #304: Ilona Moroz to Jacob Cohen and Shula Elbaz-Cohen for $155,000...
Sept. 16 2:33 p.m. |
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Nineteen local high school seniors were named National Merit Scholarship semifinalists Sept. 10, putting them in upper echelon of all people who applied for the award based on the results of the standardized test all entrants take.
Sept. 16 12:50 p.m. |
The North Shore Yacht Club, based at Park Avenue beach, is spearheading a petition drive to persuade the City of Highland Park to delay plans to close the south beach to boaters next year. The petition says the city’s plan to restrict public access to the south beach starting with the 2015 boating season does not allow sufficient time for the Park District of Highland Park to provide safe and viable alternatives to the community impacted by the closure.
Sept. 16 12:35 p.m. |
Highland Park residents have the option of paying $30 extra for their vehicle stickers — or $75, rather than $45 — to provide revenue for the 112 Education Foundation’s grant program. The deadline for purchasing the 2015 stickers is Sept. 30. The stickers must be displayed on Oct. 1.
The following incidents were listed in the official reports of the Highland Park Police Department. Readers are reminded that an arrest does not constitute a...
Several pieces of jewelry were reported missing Sept. 8 from a residence on the 1600 block of Northland. Items taken during the theft, believed to have occurred around Aug. 28, include a Tiffany silver heart necklace, Tiffany silver heart earrings and a David Yurman silver and gold bracelet.
Highland Park police are reminding residents to lock their vehicles and keep valuables out of view in light of a recent spate of burglaries committed by people who were able to easily gain access to items left in plain sight.
Lake County Crime Stoppers, and the Lake County Sheriff’s Office / Warrants Division are seeking your help in learning the whereabouts of a Roxann M. Cardona, a wanted fugitive.
Trading accusations about how they would handle Medicare and Social Security, Rep. Brad Schneider, D-Deerfield, and his opponent in the Nov. 4 election, former Rep. Robert Dold, R-Kenilworth, tried to make each other look like a senior citizen’s worst nightmare.
Sept. 14 3:11 p.m. |