• Glenbrook South defender Luke Howland harasses a Glenbrook North player in the Ttians’ 3-0 loss to the Spartans on Wednesday, Nov. 25. (Photos from Varsity Views)

    Boys Hockey: Spartans gobble up Titans in annual Thanksgiving eve matchup

    December 1, 2015 By Neil Milbert, Staff Writer Sports, High School
    Senior goalie Matt Grinde records 44 saves in 3-0 GBS loss.
  • Loyola senior running back Dara Laja runs for a big gain during the Class 8A football state championship game versus Marist on Saturday, Nov. 28, at Huskie Stadium in DeKalb. (Photos by John Wagner/22nd Century Media)

    Football: Ramblers complete perfect season with state title

    November 29, 2015 By Neil Milbert, Staff Writer Sports, High School
    Now that the evidence is all in, a powerful case can be made that this was the finest football team in Loyola Academy history.
  • June deCastro poses for a picture at the 19th annual Tall Trees Turkey Trot, on Thursday, Nov. 26, in Glenview. She has been the Tall Trees Turkey Trot mascot for six years in a row. Photos by Stacey Rupolo/22nd Century Media

    Record 645 trot in 19th annual Tall Trees 5K

    November 30, 2015 By Neil Milbert, Staff Writer News
    Former and current GBS athletes, staff race well in Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving
  • Glenview resident Theresa Weber Corasis’ pet cockatiel, Billy Boy, starred in Corasis’ new holiday book, “Candy Cane the Christmas Cockatiel,” the story of a bird who flies to the North Pole to be one of Santa Claus’ elves. (Photos submitted)

    Holiday book, decorations highlight winter for Corasis

    November 23, 2015 By Riley Simpson, Editor Life & Arts
    Glenview resident Theresa Weber Corasis is all about the decorations. They're the setting for her 64-page book, entitled “Candy Cane the Christmas Cockatiel,” which stars her pet bird, Billy Boy (renamed as Candy Cane), who flies to the North Pole to become one of Santa’s little helpers.
  • Johnny’s Kitchen and Tap’s Go West Turkey Burger, served with Havarti cheese, avocado and tomato, as well as your choice of soup or a salad, costs $9.95 during lunch. (Chris Pullam/22nd Century Media)

    Quick Bites: Trotting out for turkey on the North Shore

    November 23, 2015 By Staff report Life & Arts, Dining Out
    It’s that time of the year when calories don’t count. So work up an appetite and loosen your belt — it’s Thanksgiving.