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Apartment fire in Racine, cause under investigation

RACINE, Wis. - The Racine Fire Department responded to the area of Mt. Pleasant Street and William Street early Sunday morning, July 25 for an apartment fire. The call came in around 6:45 a.m. The fire was called in by a Racine firefighter driving from Racine Fire Station 3 to...
Elgin, ILPosted by
Elgin Updates

Work remotely in Elgin — these positions are open now

If you've thought about giving it a try, Check out these remote positions that are open today: 1. HR & Office Administrator; 2. Bilingual Spanish Sling Work At Home Customer Support; 3. Bilingual Spanish Work At Home Customer Experience Representative; 4. Licensed Medicare Insurance Sales - Work from Home,
Chicago, ILPosted by
NBC Chicago

Tick Native to Southeastern US Found in Suburban Chicago

A tick species native to the southeastern part of the United States has been found outside Chicago. Three Gulf Coast ticks were located earlier this month in the Dunham Forest Preserve in Wayne, according to The (Arlington Heights) Daily Herald. Wayne is roughly 40 miles west of Chicago. The species...
Elgin, ILPosted by
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Check out these homes on the Elgin market now

Whether you’re looking for a new home on acreage or a fixer-upper close to amenities, you can probably find a listing here to suit you: SPECTACULAR! QUALITY! CUSTOM BUILT ALL BRICK 2-STORY W/FULL FIN BSMT AND 3 CAR ATT/GAR! STUNNING 2-STY ENTRY W/CURVED OAK STAIRCASE, CATWALK, OAK HARDWOOD FLOORS
Elgin, ILPosted by
Elgin Updates

Where to find the COVID-19 vaccine in Elgin

Here are several locations where you can find the vaccine in Elgin: 1. 500 Dundee Ave (847) 695-2398; 2. 815 S Randall Rd 847-717-6510; 3. 1670 Larkin Ave 847-695-0198; 4. 1038 Summit St 847-695-7467; 5. 1000 S Randall Rd 630-503-2142; 6. 589 N McLean Blvd 847-697-9873; 7. 815 Summit St
Libertyville, ILPosted by
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Growth industry: Libertyville man plants urban farm in old shipping container

At the 5.5-mile mark of the North Shore Bike Path, east of Milwaukee Avenue in Libertyville, a mural depicting microgreens has emerged as a calling card for a new business. The canvas is the side of an old shipping container. Like the mural, which pictures the hands of Nobel Peace Prize winner Norman Borlaug surrounded by greens, the location of Zach Paronto's urban farm inside the converted container is unexpected.