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  1. Freezing for a reason in Fox LakeRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Daily Herald

    Nearly 300 people jumped into frigid water in honor of the Fox Lake Polar Plunge at Lakefront Park Sunday morning. The annual event raised almost $63,000 for the Special Olympics athletes of Illinois.

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  2. Two Mundelein High School students charged after social media postRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Daily Herald

    Two Mundelein High School students were arrested Sunday on charges they created a social media post showing a photo of a hand holding a gun and warning "Mundelein ain't ready for this." Juan Bello, 18, of the 800 block of Walnut in Mundelein, was charged with a class 4 felony, and a student who was not named because he is underage will be prosecuted in juvenile court, Mundelein police said Sunday evening.

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  3. Mundelein High School taking extra precautions after social media postRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Daily Herald

    Mundelein High School will take extra precautions Monday after a student's Snapchat post warned students not to go to school and stated "Mundelein ain't ready for this." Mundelein High School District 120 posted a notice on its Facebook page saying a student posted the message Saturday evening accompanied by a photo of a hand holding a handgun.

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  4. Mundelein High School email aims to allay latest fears on campusRead the original story

    Saturday | Daily Herald

    Capping off an emotionally trying week at Mundelein High School, officials sent out an email Friday that dismissed fears arising out of two disturbing finds on Thursday evening: a threatening online message accompanied by the image of a rifle, and a student's report of finding a shotgun shell in a school bathroom. "We have been working with the Mundelein police on this issue and they have confirmed the source of the post came from out of state," the letter said in noting that the message with the rifle image was not a valid threat for Mundelein High School.

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  5. Libertyville accountant's faith fed desire to help othersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Daily Herald

    While he made his career in finance, lifelong Libertyville resident Joseph "Joe" Sheahan spent his life helping others through countless community organizations and charities. Sheahan, 82, died Thursday at Advocate Condell Medical Center, surrounded by his family.

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  6. Diamond Lake Road in Mundelein reopened in MundeleinRead the original story

    Friday Feb 23 | Daily Herald

    The train stalled at about 6:30 a.m., forcing the shut down of Diamond Lake Road between Route 60 and Hickory Street in Mundelein, Sigalert was reporting . However, the Lake County traffic service "Passages" announced at 7 a.m. the event was cleared and the roadway is back open.

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  7. Dawn Patrol: Mundelein principal says school must rise above racial slurRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 22 | Daily Herald

    The swift response to an instance of racially insensitive conduct reported Tuesday at Mundelein High School also comes with a challenge to students. "Whether we want it or not, it's making a statement about our community," Principal Anthony Kroll said Thursday in a brief but powerful address to a hushed gym packed with students during a special all-school assembly.

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  8. All Mundelein High students told after racial slur: 'We have to rise above this'Read the original story

    Thursday Feb 22 | Daily Herald

    The swift response to an instance of racially insensitive conduct reported Tuesday at Mundelein High School also comes with a challenge to students. "Whether we want it or not, it's making a statement about our community," Principal Anthony Kroll said Thursday in a brief but powerful address to a hushed gym packed with students during a special all-school assembly.

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  9. Free tax return helpRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 22 | Daily Herald

    Volunteer tax preparers from AARP will be available by appointment at the Fremont Public Library, 1170 N. Midlothian Road in Mundelein, to assist community members with their tax returns. The service is free and available to anyone but is specifically designed for people over 50. AARP will prepare and file the return with the IRS and the state.

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  10. Arlington Heights might change rules to allow microbreweryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 22 | Daily Herald

    The proprietors behind Arlington Beer Co. want to open their microbrewery and tap room on Hickory Avenue in Arlington Heights.

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  11. Big project list to begin this summer in District 76Read the original story

    Wednesday Feb 21 | Daily Herald

    Voters in Mundelein-based Diamond Lake Elementary District 76 this summer will see in earnest what their approval last spring of an $11.4 million borrowing plan means for schools. The school board on Tuesday approved selling $3.63 million in bonds to investors to fund projects mainly at Diamond Lake and West Oak Middle schools to begin May 28. A new key card security system at all three schools and a monument sign and minor roof repair at West Oak already have been done.

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  12. Dawn Patrol: Prosecutors say baby sitter caused devastating injuriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 21 | Daily Herald

    A baby sitter from Hoffman Estates was ordered held on $500,000 bail Wednesday. She is accused of shaking a 5-month-old girl repeatedly, causing what one doctor described as catastrophic injuries from which the baby will never recover.

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  13. Mundelein's top cop named 2018 Chief of the YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 21 | Daily Herald

    Mundelein Police Chief Eric Guenther, well known in Lake County for his work with opioid prevention and other community issues, has been named the top cop by the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police. The 1,300-member organization on Wednesday cited Guenther's leadership in the community and his department and the law enforcement profession in announcing its 2018 Chief of the Year .

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  14. Mundelein High student's earrings spelled a racial slurRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 21 | Daily Herald

    An unspecified disciplinary action has been taken against a Mundelein High School student who was filmed at school wearing six small earrings that, when put together, spelled a racial slur. The eight-second video appeared this week on social media platforms, including Snapchat and Twitter.

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  15. Nominations being accepted for GLMV business awardRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 20 | Daily Herald

    Nominations are being accepted for Green Oaks, Libertyville, Mundelein, Vernon Hills Chamber of Commerce Business Awards. All businesses within the GLMV chamber are eligible.

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  16. Mundelein District 75 looks to raise funds by selling headquartersRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 20 | Daily Herald

    The time may have come when an old building in downtown Mundelein is more valuable as a commercial business than a school district office. That's the thinking of Mundelein Elementary District 75, which authorized an appraisal of its longtime administrative office on the southwest corner of Route 45 and Park Street.

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  17. Two Republican candidates have different vision for Lake County Forest Preserve developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 19 | Daily Herald

    Jeralyn "Jeri" Atleson, left, and Charles "Chuck" Bartels are Republican candidates for the 10th District seat on the Lake County Board and Lake County Forest Peserve District. One of the Republican candidates running for the 10th District seat on the Lake County Board and Lake County Forest Preserve District board would like public amenities added to a Wauconda-area site the forest district purchased in 2015 .

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  18. Holcomb Hollow bakery expands in MundeleinRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 19 | Daily Herald

    Holcomb Hollow , the first dedicated vegan and gluten free bakery in Lake County, has expanded to a larger facility in Mundelein where it will continue to produce its signature muffins, biscotti and other foods for distribution to coffee shops, high schools, health food stores and restaurants. "We are very excited to be moving to a new location that is all ours," says Owner Melissa Norton.

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  19. Grayslake Central's Cramer, Carmel's Palm take 2A titlesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 17 | Daily Herald

    Both Grayslake Central's Alex Cramer and Carmel Catholic's Riley Palm produced the downstate runs they needed to make history. The Lake County duo produced performances full of power, offense and intelligence to capture Class 2A wrestling state championships at State Farm Center on Saturday night.

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  20. Girls gymnastics: Young Carmel gymnasts vault to prominenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 17 | Daily Herald

    Carmel Catholic freshman Lyndsey Basara and sophomore Izzy Kropiwiec landed in the vault finals of the girls gymnastics state meet on Saturday afternoon, and both walked off Palatine's mats with smiles. Madison Hickey of DeKalb Co-op won vault with 9.75, but the difference among the 10 competitors in the event was just .25.

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