• Glenbrook South's Belle Tiesi battles for control of the ball against North Shore Country Day on Friday, Oct. 19, in Glenview. David Kraus/22nd Century Media

    GBS field hockey ends historic season in fighting loss

    October 20, 2018 By Gary Larsen, Freelance Reporter Sports, High School
    When it mattered most, the girls on this year’s field hockey team at Glenbrook South showed the kind of character and guts that head coach Tom Rosenbaum felt something beyond pride in his players.
  • Glenbrook South quarterback Evan Whetstone is brought down by New Trier defender David Davidkov (73) on Friday, Oct. 19, in Winnetka. Scott Margolin/22nd Century Media

    Glenbrook South football falls to New Trier in CSL clash

    October 20, 2018 By Michael Wojtychiw, Contributing Sports Editor Sports, High School
    Coming off of a loss to Maine South that knocked it out of contention for a Central Suburban League South, New Trier looked to bounce back against a two-win Glenbrook South squad that tried to end its season on a high note.
  • Glenview hit by string of unlocked-car burglaries

    October 17, 2018 By Jason Addy, Editor News, Police-Fire
    Neighborhoods in the northwestern and southeastern areas of Glenview were hit by a string of more than a dozen car burglaries over a four-day period in early October, according to incident reports from the Glenview Police Department.
  • Glenbrook South's Elizabeth Hoo returns a ball at the IHSA State Tournament on Thursday, Oct. 18, in Hoffman Estates. Photos by Michal Dwojak/22nd Century Media

    Photo Gallery: Glenbrook South girls tennis at state

    October 18, 2018 By Michal Dwojak, Sports Editor Sports, High School
    Glenbrook South competed at the IHSA State Tournament on Oct. 18.
  • Ashley Surin, 12, of Schaumburg, rides her bike down the street. Earlier this year, Ashley inspired a new medical-marijuana law in Illinois. Photos submitted

    Glenview native reflects on fight for Ashley’s Law

    October 16, 2018 By Jason Addy, Editor News, Community
    Sitting at her home in Schaumburg in early October, Glenview native Maureen Surin reflected on the spring day when her family’s fight to change Illinois laws finally came to fruition.