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Top Stories on Lake Zurich Patch: Week of April 29

Jewel's cart service, stalled train and arrests are most popular stories.

 

Is Jewel-Osco's Mandatory Cart-to-Car Service Too Much?

Whether you want them to or not, Jewel-Osco has implemented a new policy of following shoppers, and their carts, out to their vehicles. What do Patch readers think?

In response to reader requests, Patch found out why the train was stalled on Ela Road in Lake Zurich.

Buffalo Grove Resident Killed in 3-Car Crash

Buffalo Grove resident Mary Kay Affrunti died in a three-vehicle crash at West Erhart and North Gilmer roads in unincorporated Mundelein Tuesday morning.

Long Grove Chocolate Fest Runs May 3-5

Annual outdoor festival begins Friday morning.

Road projects include Miller Road, Cuba Road and Quentin Road.

Jeff Guzak wins Positive Coaching Alliance’s Double-Goal Coach® Award

 

Lake County Woman Charged with Multiple Drug Offenses

A Lake Villa woman arrested for intent to deliver heroin, among other drug charges, will appear in court Tuesday.

Kildeer Getting New Police Chief

Steve Balinski, who retired from the Buffalo Grove Police Department this month, is on his way to a new department.

Buffalo Grove Man Charged with Child Pornography

Michael Welstead was arrested April 24 by Buffalo Grove police.

Monk Charged with Attempting to Abduct Girl in Antioch

A 14-year-old girl told police the monk called her beautiful and told her to get into his car. The girl refused and ran away.

Lake Zurich Woman to Chair CLC Board

College of Lake County seats new trustees and elects board positions.

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