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What happened in Glencoe this week?
Glencoe fireworks decision still up in the air
Bannockburn mayor resigns amid sexual misconduct probe
Kenilworth Club provides perfect background for colorful wedding
Local athletes take preemptive approach to avoid ACL injuries
Labor Day weekend events in Chicago and the suburbs
Woody brings his Magic premier to Chicago
Caterer True-ly loves parties
Movies: ‘Love is Strange’ and other new, recent films reviewed
Northfield’s Jan Churchwell sworn in as township assessor
Illinois Tollway wants to give back up to $2.2M from inactive I-PASS accounts
Rush hour clear after overnight storms
Aspyn Repp joins Eclipse Select teammates, chooses Northwestern
Brookfield Zoo animal spotlight: Mossy tree frogs
Mommy on a Shoestring: Stress busting on a shoestring
Winnetka Council receives first look at NT renovation plan
Governor Quinn announces $31 million for construction projects in Cook County
Love Essentially: Boyfriend great with kids, but passion isn’t there, says divorced woman
New ownership at Growth Spurts means more programming, new food options
Family Friendly: Bid summer farewell at Winnetka’s Family Luau
Local rabbi recalls recent trip to Israel amid fighting
George Kotsiopoulos: Fashion maven, North Shore native
Things to do around Glencoe this weekend, Aug. 22-24
Cook County Sheriff shares memory of murdered journalist James Foley
Celebrate Chocolate Pecan Pie Day Aug. 20 with these recipes
A day in the life of an AAU player: Lake Forest’s Noah Karras Sports
A day in the life of an AAU player: Lake Forest’s Noah Karras
I started to play organized basketball for a Lake Forest recreation league team in the fifth grade. In the seventh grade, my dad started taking me to Lake Forest High School games. The Scouts had a shooting guard named Matt Vogrich. He earned a scholarship to Michigan and became the school’s all-time leading scorer. That’s when I really started to see basketball as part of my future.
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