• Loyola’s Bridget Ruddy jumps up to block a shot during a game against Regina Dominican on July 28 at the Energy Sports Complex in Niles. Carlos Alvarez/22nd Century Media

    Loyola volleyball completes perfect summer season

    August 3, 2015 By Neil Milbert, Staff Writer Sports, High School

    “Six is enough,” is the message the Loyola Academy Ramblers sent to opponents when they swept all four of their matches on July 28, in Niles, to wind up as the undefeated champions of th

  • Glenview artist Bruce Cascia holds a hot dog in front of his photorealistic painting of Harry’s Hot Dogs, which will hang with Cascia’s nine other pieces at the Glenview Public Library until Sept. 16. Riley Simpson/22nd Century Media

    Glenview artist paints reality in big picture, details

    August 3, 2015 By Riley Simpson, Assistant Editor Life & Arts

    As he talked about his photorealistic paintings hanging in the Glenview Public Library, artist Bruce Cascia was approached by library worker Annie McCauley about purchasing one of his pi

  • Glenview Park Golf club reopened July 24 after an extensive renovation project — which included $1.9 million in stormwater work — caused the course to close for nearly a year. Photo Submitted

    Enhanced GPGC offers improved conditions

    August 3, 2015 By Alex Mayster, Editor News

    Rick Jacobson grew up about a mile away from the Glenview Park Golf Club, where he learned to play — and developed a passion for — the game of golf.

  • Suspended Glenview Police Officer Jim Horn looks on during a disciplinary hearing conducted by the Glenview Board of Fire and Police Commissioners on July 28 at Glenview's Village Hall. Alex Mayster/22nd Century Media

    Glenview seeking termination of officer charged with perjury

    July 29, 2015 By Alex Mayster, Editor News, Police, Village

    One of the two Glenview Police officers caught lying under oath last year resigned from the force on July 8, 2015, while the other remains suspended while awaiting the results of a disciplinary hearing.

  • County sales tax increase could hurt Glenview businesses

    July 24, 2015 By Alex Mayster, Editor News

    The Cook County Board’s recent decision to approve a 1-percent hike in sales tax could affect Glenview businesses.