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Ouilmette Foundation tees off Wilmette Life
Ouilmette Foundation tees off
After being revived from a long institutional sleep, the Ouilmette Foundation is active, with replenished funds to help expand peoples’ use of the Wilmette Park District, and ideas for innovative new programs board members want to help create.
July 21 5 p.m. |
Police Blotter: Shoplifters steal 73 cans of cat food, cosmetics, etc. Libertyville Review
Police Blotter: Shoplifters steal 73 cans of cat food, cosmetics, etc.
Matthew R. Barbian, 22, of 524 Garfield Ave., Libertyville, was charged July 14 with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Police say they stopped Barbian at 3:10 a.m. on West Austin Avenue near South Stewart Avenue because the light over his rear license plate was not working. Police say the scent of marijuana was emanating from the car, and an officer then searched the vehicle and reportedly found marijuana and accompanying paraphernalia. Barbian is scheduled in court Aug. 13.
July 21 11:57 a.m. |
Roselle-based pharmacist wants to sell medical marijuana in Mundelein Mundelein Review
Roselle-based pharmacist wants to sell medical marijuana in Mundelein
Mark Mandel owns a chain of pharmacies that is known for customizing prescriptions. His company is also one of four that are interested in opening a medical marijuana dispensary in Mundelein. Village trustees voted to make medical marijuana businesses a permitted use during their July 14 meeting. The decision means a dispensary can open without an extra public hearing so long as state and local requirements are met.
July 21 8:17 a.m. |

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