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Chicago Tribune › 2 hours ago
Andrew Kurland is a 2019 graduate of Glenbrook South High School. He studies sports journalism at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University and hopes to someday work for NASCAR. Kurdland loves country music, scuba diving and...
Chicago Tribune › 1 day ago
Columnist Sally Schwartz Higginson describes the agony of having a birthday be overshadowed by the holiday season.
Chicago Tribune › 3 days ago
Several children and their families got a chance to volunteer with the North Suburban YMCA to package toiletries that will be distributed to the homeless.
Chicago Tribune › 3 days ago
The Northbrook Police Department blotter.
Chicago Tribune › 3 days ago
As of Jan. 1, recreational marijuana will be legal for some adults age 21 and older. Here’s five things to know about how the law will impact Northbrook.
Chicago Tribune › 1 week ago
The following items were taken from Highland Park police reports and press releases. An arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt.
Chicago Tribune › 1 week ago
A Vernon Township trustee is challenging U.S. Rep. Brad Schneider for the Democratic nomination to represent voters in large swaths of Lake County and portions of northern Cook County.
Chicago Tribune › 1 week ago
Area families took part in the Tree Lighting Celebration at Village Presbyterian Church in Northbrook after Thanksgiving.
Chicago Tribune › 1 week ago
Northbrook has begun two new green initiatives.
Chicago Tribune › 1 week ago
A contingent of over 100 volunteers helped The Hunger Resource Network with its "Community Day" outreach, packing thousands of pounds of chicken onto a truck for distribution to regional food pantries, shelters and soup kitchens.
Chicago Tribune › 1 week ago
The Northbrook Police Department blotter.
Chicago Tribune › 1 week ago
Shout Out with Peggy Martin, a family and consumer science teacher at Maple Middle School in Northbrook where she’s worked for nearly 20 years.
Chicago Tribune › Entertainment › 1 week ago
Chicago data scientist Alex Damisch tries to win her third "Jeopardy!" game.
Chicago Tribune › Entertainment › 2 weeks ago
Chicago data scientist Alex Damisch went for her first "Jeopardy!" win. Naperville's Beth Stewart won two episodes that aired this week.
Chicago Tribune › 2 weeks ago
An application for a recreational marijuana dispensary was recommended for approval by the Northbrook Plan Commission Tuesday night.
Chicago Tribune › 3 weeks ago
Police have an arrest warrant for the suspect in the shooting death of a Buffalo Grove couple, according to a Wednesday morning news release.
Chicago Tribune › 3 weeks ago
The following items were taken from Morton Grove Police Department reports and releases. An arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt.
Chicago Tribune › 0 month ago
The Northbrook Police Department blotter.
Chicago Tribune › 0 month ago
Columnist Sally Schwartz Higginson writes that while she doesn't have a tattoo,"there was a time when I was known as the Tattoo Mom. That's because I had a child who, when she turned 16, begged and begged and begged for a tattoo. In the murky dark...
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