When Betsy Leibson is digging in the dirt along the Green Bay Trail, between Harbor Street and Scott Avenue, she hears two questions from passing joggers.
Chicago Zoological Society officials say three Brookfield Zoo bottlenose dolphins are pregnant. Officials say Allie, 26, Tapeko, 31, and Spree, 10, are due to give birth this summer and fall.
After everybody oohed and ahead at the plans for the new Writers’ Theatre at its official debut May 15, it was left to Andre Lerman, who had little or nothing to do with the project, to say what many in the overflow crowd were thinking. …
May 20, 1988 is the day that many North Shore residents say their faith in the safety of their children’s school was damaged. That was the day that Laurie Dann, 30, who grew up in Glencoe, went on her rampage.
Matthew Giedt is a newer resident to Glencoe near South School and Watts Park. He is the proud father of toddler Charlotte Ann who just turned 1. As the head of technology for a trading firm, Giedt, finds that simple pleasures at home give him satisfaction.
GLENCOE — “I opened the door, and he came in, and he was covered with blood.” Max the Maltese, 7, and his pal Lexi the Labrador retriever, 6, had always enjoyed the freedom of a big Glencoe backyard, their master, Karen Ettelson said.
Sacred Heart School is preparing to turn its technology center into something similar to what the kids may see in college, or their first job after graduation.
Ilir Ademaj, administrative intern at the Glencoe’s Village Manager’s office, is completing his two-year internship, and he is thankful for his time spent here reaching out to the business community.
Former 10th District Congressman Bob Dold announced last week that he will run again in 2014, seeking to reclaim the seat he lost to U.S. Rep. Brad Schneider (D-10th) last November in the north suburban congressional district.
NORTHBROOK — More than a few giant steps backward are needed to admire the new colorful and meaningful mural at Solomon Schechter Day School in Northbrook.
If your dreams of treading the stage, or helping bring the stage to life, goes beyond your school’s fall production, Wilmette’s Loyola Academy may be where you want to be this summer.
That goes double if you happen to be a fan of “Glee.”
Keki R. Bhote, one of the more active local volunteers in Glencoe’s history, died Tuesday. He was 88.
Bhote died peacefully, at home, in the last full week of his term on the Glencoe Village Board.
Born in Coimbatore, in the state of Tamil Nadu, …
WINNETKA — A week ago, New Trier High School senior John Burns went to see “Big Fish” at the Oriental Theatre in Chicago. On April 29, the show’s composer visited the school to meet Burns and his classmates.
EVANSTON — All four NorthShore University HealthSystem hospitals – Evanston, Glenbrook, Highland Park and Skokie – again earned ‘A’ grades in The Leapfrog Group’s semi-annual Hospital Safety Scores released Wednesday.
The four hospitals also received ‘A’ marks in Leapfrog’s ratings released last year.
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U.S. Congressman Brad Schneider, 10th District, signed a letter urging U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood to use the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) new funding flexibility to keep open Waukegan Regional Airport’s control tower and the 148 other contract towers scheduled for closure.
Glencoe Police are now looking for the den of a coyote suspected of attacking two Maltese dogs in three days.
Both dogs were hospitalized after the attacks, April 28 on the 400 block of Lakeside Terrace, and May 1 on the 500 block of Sheridan …