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Athletes from Deerfield High School, Glenbrook South, New Trier, Highland Park, Niles West, Maine West, Maine South, Notre Dame of Niles, Niles North, Glenbrook North, Maine East and Loyola competed for berths at the State Meet at the Niles West Sectional
The opening market for the spring took place May 11; the season gets underway in earnest on Saturday June 8, and will run through October.
Why does Michael Lane hate the idea of driving downtown so much? And why does he forego Elston Avenue and go seven miles out of his way to take the lakefront trail? Here's why he does it, summer and winter, 21.5 miles each way.
Make something special to thank your child's teacher this year
Jolie made three important decisions other women can learn from, said Dr. Heidi Memmel of Advocate Lutheran General Hospital, a breast cancer survivor herself. The actress announced she had a mastectomy.
After federal authorities charged a Glenview man with trying to sell North Korea materials for making weapons of mass destruction, local Korean Americans were skeptical. They said the North's hands are tied, but that doesn't stop it from blustering.
This year grab the kids and make Mom or Grandma a truly unique handmade gift
The Historical Society is mounting an exhibit of police badges, weapons and memorabilia. One of the most 'arresting' elements features Morton Grove's 1980s handgun ban. Also, take part in honoring fallen officers May 11 at 10 a.m.
It's time to start planning your float and getting your crew together.
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