Stories about Gurnee
A fire in Spring Grove left one person dead early Thursday morning.
This is a list of those charged with felonies by the McHenry County Sheriff's Office and the Algonquin, Crystal Lake, Harvard, McHenry and Woodstock police departments for the week of June 5 through June 11.
Lou Malnati's Pizzeria announced that it will officially make Gurnee on Grand, located in the Northern suburbs, its newest home in the Chicago area.
On April 9, Gurnee Park District will welcome guests to this year’s Bunny Bash, which will be held indoors and outdoors at Viking Park (4374 Old Grand Ave.).
In collaboration with the Village of Gurnee, Gurnee Park District is looking to the community to select this year’s parade theme.
Six Flags Great America’s Yankee Harbor section – home to such favorites as BATMAN The Ride – has a new name, DC Universe, and will debut new features, park officials announced.
“We are proud of the strong year we had,” a Six Flags Great America spokeswoman said. “We were so excited to welcome guests back. The joy and enthusiasm was palpable from the full-time staff and the guests.”
Don't forget about ice skating with the Gurnee Park District. They also are hiring.
YWCA Metropolitan Chicago and YWCA Lake County have merged operations under the YWCA Metropolitan Chicago banner, paving the way for more comprehensive direct services across the region.
Parents in north suburban Lake County’s largest school district are mobilizing to push for a return to inperson schooling.
The family-owned Kloss Distributing in Gurnee recently installed enough solar panels to cover nearly 81,000 square feet of roof space.
Northwestern Medicine will now offer comprehensive health services in Gurnee, beginning Jan. 19. Patient services offered include family medicine, sports medicine, allergy and immunology, radiology and immediate care. The location will also have an on-site lab.
State Rep. Joyce Mason, D-Gurnee, is encouraging residents to register with the Lake County Health Department’s AllVax system.
State Rep. Joyce Mason, D-Gurnee, is promoting the Illinois Department of Natural Resources’ Bike Path Grant Program and encouraging local townships and municipalities to apply for funding through the initiative.