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Our Lady of Humility Holds Annual Craft Fair

Our Lady of Humility Women's Club held their 2nd Annual Craft and Vendor Fair on Saturday, October 27, 2018 at the Our Lady of Humility Catholic Church School. Funds raised were used to support the... Full story

 

Raise your Voter IQ

It’s important for every voter to have a good understanding of the voting process and feel confident when casting a ballot To help raise your voter IQ, here are some factoids based on the most common questions asked by Lake County’s voters. If...

 

Lake County Housing Authority To Hold Special Meeting

The Board of Commissioners of the Housing Authority of the County of Lake, Illinois, will hold a Special Meeting Monday, October 29, 2018 at 8:00 a.m. at the Authority Offices, 33928 North US Highway 45, Grayslake, IL 60030. The meeting will be open...

 

City of Zion Holds Home Rule Meeting

The City of Zion will hose a Home Rule Referendum Information Meeting on Saturday, October 27, 2018 from 10:00am to 12:00 Noon. The meeting will be held at the Zion City Hall, Council Chambers, 2828 Sheridan Road in Zion. The City of Zion’s...

 

Trick or Treating At City Hall

On October 28, 2018 the City of Zion will host a Trick or Teat event from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm for area children at City Hall. All residents are invited to come out and bring their little trick or treaters out for a fun time....

 

Youth Conservation Corp to Hold Fundraiser

The Youth Conservatory Corps of Waukegan will hold their annual fundraiser on November 8, 2018 at the Independence Grove of Libertyville. They will be presenting an award to Brian and Kevin Travers, CEO’s of Premium Retail Services who has been a...

 

ZB Library Holds Mini-Craft Fair

Zion-Benton Library hosted the Tiny Treasures Mini-Craft Fair on Saturday, October 20th, 2018 at the Library. Organized by Daryn Libasci and Benjamin Craig, the Tiny Treasures fair was a revival of a...

 

Seniors Temporarily Displaced From Apartment Building After Water Line Break

About 200 residents of a downtown Waukegan high-rise won't be allowed to return home for at least several days until water service can be restored, officials said. Waukegan spokesman David Motley...

 

K-9 Team Catches Domestic Battery Offender

On October 18, 2018, at approximately 2:20AM, Lake County Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched to a residence in the 18700 block of West Ash Drive, Warren Township, for a domestic battery incident. Deputies arrived and found out that Lonnie J....

 

Healthy Youth Promote Healthy Lifestyles at Zion-Benton Township High School

On Thursday, October 11, 2018 the Healthy Youth Club of the Zion-Benton Township High School held a training session at the Zion Park District Shiloh Center. About 100, students attended. The group's...

 

Rebuilding Together

A Zion-Benton Times Special Report On Saturday, October 13, four volunteers from Rebuilding Together-North Suburban Chicago partnered with thirteen members of Team Rubicon and Sears Heroes at Home to...

 

CLC celebrates Manufacturing Month in October with key events

With manufacturing accounting for one in seven Lake County jobs, according to the nonprofit Lake County Partners, the College of Lake County is celebrating Manufacturing Month in October with five public events. Unless otherwise noted, each event...

 

Winthrop Harbor Boy Scouts

The Winthrop Harbor Troop 667 held their 3rd Annual BBQ & Bake Sale on October 12, 2018 at the North Point Church on Lewis Avenue. The Current Scoutmaster is Bill Ryherd, the original Scoutmaster...

 

Class of 1988 Reunion

Zion-Benton Township Class of 1988 held their 30th Class Reunion on October 6, 2018 at the Illinois Beach Hotel in Zion....

 

A Little Library in Beach Park

There is a new library concept that is sweeping the nation, it is called the Little Free Library. The Village of Beach Park, Mayor John Hucker, recently held a ribbon cutting for a little Library in...

 

NorthPointe Resources Celebrates 65 Years of Empowering People with Disabilities

[ZION, IL] – Reflecting on a history of empowering people with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD), NorthPointe Resources announced recently the year-long celebration of their 65th anniversary. While the organization plans to...

 

Nasal spray a recommended option for 2018-2019 flu season

SPRINGFIELD – As soon as the influenza (flu) vaccine is available in your community, the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) recommends everyone six months and older be vaccinated. The nasal spray flu vaccine is now a recommended option...

 

Ann Ennesser Retires

Ann Ennesser retires after 22 years of service at Zion-Benton Township High School. Ann said she served 5 years as the Attendance Secretary and 17 years as the Administativie Assistant to the...

 

Preview November's Ballots Online

County Clerk Carla N. Wyckoff announced today that Lake County registered voters may now preview their ballot online for the November 6th election. Each web visitor will need to confirm his/her voter registration status at LakeVoterPower.info and...

 

Girls Scout Troop 45567 Helps With Pop Tabs

The Girls Scout Troop 45567 of Winthrop Harbor participated in the Pop Tab Collection program sponsored by the Zion Police Department to provide funds for the Ronald McDonald House. The ZPD's goal...

 

Kurt Melander recognized as Winthrop Harbor Citizen of the Year

Kurt Melander was recently recognized by the City of Winthrop Harbor as Citizen of the Year for 2018. He has been a longtime volunteer and spearheaded many of the neighborhood beautification...

 

Election of Zion Park District Board Commissioners:

Two seats on the Zion Park District Board of Commissioners will be up for election during the Consolidated Election to be held on April 2, 2019. Beginning on Tuesday, September 18, 2018 petition packets for the open seats will be available during...

 

A Shopping Cart On Sheridan

Zion has a problem when it comes to shopping carts. Several businesses in the area are losing thousands of dollars a month because of stolen and missing shopping carts. Shopping carts are a common... Full story

 

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