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Windy City Salmon Fishing Charter

Salmon Fishing With Captain Rick

Fishing for coho salmon remains very good as we move through the end of May.  Weather  stability remains key to keeping the fish concentrated but we seem to have a healthy quantity near Waukegan at the moment. With this spring being about 2-3 weeks behind and cold water and bait abundant, I think we could […]

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Long Grove Chocolate Fest

The first weekend in May has rolled around, and guess what that means?  It’s time for the Long Grove Chocolate Fest again!  Chocolate Fest is a family-friendly opportunity to taste various types of chocolates, visit art galleries and other shops in Long Grove’s unique business district, and listen to live music throughout the day. Chocolate […]

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2013 Construction Map of Lake County

Extensive Roadwork in Lake County This Summer

This summer will unleash the largest road improvement season in Lake County history with an approximate construction value of $126 million. This means that many local residents and visitors alike will encounter some sort of construction during their daily drive across the county. The plan calls for a grand total of 32 construction projects. The […]

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How Hot WAS It?

This is an open letter to all the potential pranksters, jokesters, quipsters, jesters, wisenheimers, smarty pantsers, cut ups, clowns, kidders, wits, wags, wackadoos, buffoons and goofs that insist on asking everyone they see anywhere “Hey, is it hot enough for ya?” You are all being warned. I think it’s safe to say I can speak […]

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The Cook Memorial Public Library by Grace

Did you ever go to the spectacular Cook Memorial Library in Libertyville, IL? If you’ve never been there and you enjoy reading and learning, then this is the perfect library place for you to go! It has the most stunning current information books that make you say “W O W!”, and the service is wonderful. […]

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Lake County – Border War Neutral Zone

One of the many things I love about living in Lake County is the ideal location. I have business dealings and personal friends throughout both the Chicago and Milwaukee areas, and being right smack dab in the middle is about as convenient as it gets. I’m halfway there before I get started. Something most people […]

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