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All three businesses were fined, and two also had their liquor licenses suspended for four days, after beer was sold to minors during May 24 compliance checks by Algonquin police.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
The village of Lake in the Hills recently announced winners in its photo contest.
The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to rule on challenges to the Affordable Care Act this week.
Beaubien has filed enough signatures to appear on the ballot as an Independent candidate for the 52nd House District.
The village of Lake in the Hills hopes to draw in more tenants and boost revenue brought in by the airport.
The Illinois Department of Transportation is expected to award a bid for the construction project in coming weeks.
The village of Lake in the Hills has outdoor watering restrictions in place year-round while Algonquin puts restrictions in place typically during these summer months.
Government, Local Connections
Village administration is looking to the Village Board for direction on what to do with the equestrian center, which is located on 9.5 acres of the Larsen property, 1109 Pyott Road
Government, Local Connections, Summer
The first summer concert in Algonquin will be next Thursday, June 28, in Riverfront Park.
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