This Week in Libertyville

Each week, Libertyville Patch will summarize the week's top stories, including links to those articles, for your convenience.

Gov. Pat Quinn signed into law Friday an incentive package that will keep Motorola Mobility's 3,000 jobs in Illinois and provide for an investment of more than $500 million in research and development over the next three years. Watch the video here.

Gardeners of Central Lake County will host its annual plant sale at Libertyville Civic Center on May 7. 

At a recent township board meeting, Libertyville Township officials voiced concerns over the proposed Senate Bill 173, which, if approved, would create The Local Government Consolidation Commission to make a list of local governments in Illinois to be consolidated, according to Illinois Senate President John Cullerton’s website.

Get ready Libertyville Metra commuters for train station “platform moving day.” It will begin around May 15.

’s fledgling art gallery, in its first year, is welcoming back one of its own — Ryan Shultz. Shultz, a 2001 alum, and a keynote speaker at the North Suburban Conference Art Festival hosted by LHS, is now exhibiting his paintings at the school.

With Mother's Day near, we're remembering our moms through our community's stories.


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