• The DeGroot family, of Glenview, (left to right) — 7-year-old Liliana, 9-year-old Caden and 3-year-old Grant put the finishing touches on their scarecrows on Saturday, Oct. 3, at Wagner Farm. Photos by Dave Kraus/22nd Century Media

    Families build scarecrows at Wagner Farm

    October 5, 2015 By Hilary Anderson, Staff Writer News
    Toni Behof always wanted to build a scarecrow at Wagner Farm, but her children had grown up, and there was no one around to help make a straw person for her Halloween festivities.
  • Glenbrook South High School senior Connor Olen poses onstage. Olen has Asperger’s syndrome but is raising money through IndieGoGo.com to fund a documentary called “The Artistic Spectrum.” (Photos submitted)

    GBS senior making documentary film

    October 6, 2015 By Chris Pullam, Assistant Editor Life & Arts
    Connor Olen, a senior at Glenbrook South High School, loves theater.
  • Glenview resident Vicki Schult (center) stands with her nephew Clint Reames and friend Kathy Lange after the Chicago 5K on Sunday, Sept. 27. Victoria has ovarian cancer but power walked the 5K. (Photo submitted)

    Glenview resident with ovarian cancer power walks Life Time 5k

    October 6, 2015 By Chris Pullam, Assistant Editor Life & Arts
    Vicki Schult, 62, has been undergoing chemotherapy since June 2015.
  • Glenbrook South wide receiver Jack Healy reaches beyond the coverage of Maine South defender Matthew Schneider for the ball on Friday, Oct. 2, in Park Ridge. The Titans lost 34-31 to the Hawks in overtime. (Photos from Varsity Views)

    Football: Titans lose heartbreaker in overtime to Maine South

    October 3, 2015 By Neil Milbert, Staff Writer Sports, High School
    Silently, the Glenbrook South football players strode out of their locker room and moved past reporters as they headed for the bus that would take them back to Glenview from Park Ridge.
  • Photos by Varsity Views Loyola quarterback Emmett Clifford connects with wide receiver David Terrell versus Providence Catholic on Friday, Oct. 2, at New Lenox.

    Football: Ramblers remain unbeaten with dominant victory

    October 3, 2015 By Chris Walker, Staff Writer Sports, High School
    Loyola Academy cruised behind the play of running back Dara Laja and a stingy defense, and the Ramblers put a major damper on Providence’s homecoming in the process, with a 31-7 road win on Friday, Oct. 2, in New Lenox.