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Top Stories on Lake Zurich Patch Week of June 25

Train fire, justice for Gabby and Take A Stand are among hottest stories this week.

Sheriff Mark Curran says passing of Deputy Brian Winandy, 39, "left a void in our ranks and a heaviness in our hearts."

Lake Zurich Police continue to investigate hit and run that killed 18-year-old Gabby Drozdz.

The cause of the blaze was confirmed by Lake County Forest Preserve officials.

As the death toll from drugs in the suburbs continues to rise—three Antioch residents died last week of overdoses—residents found hope at the Take A Stand drug awareness walk held over the weekend in Lake Zurich.

The Lake Zurich Village Board approves a $760,000 improvement plan for Paulus Park, allowing the park board to apply for a grant that would fund 50 percent of the project.

Americans are saving $200 million per day on gasoline, compared to April. 

The Lake County RPC voted to reschedule the debate and recommendation regarding rezoning the property at Route 12 and Old McHenry Road over concerns that North Barrington and Hawthorn Woods were not notified of the opportunity. 

The annual Independence Day celebration includes family activities at Paulus Park.

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