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A young Glenview woman was killed in a car accident when her vehicle was hit by a semi-tractor trailer on the Indiana Toll Road the morning of Tuesday, Dec. 30.
Emma Beth Pincus Hartman, 18, of Glenview, was driving eastbound on I-80/90 when her 2004 Jeep Liberty crossed over the median onto the westbound side of the highway. Her vehicle was hit on the driver’s side in the far right lane by the truck at approximately 11:13 a.m.
Four new tenants are joining the Mariano’s Fresh Market and Glenview Bank and Trust at the GlenGate development in Glenview.
Jason’s Deli, Bentley’s Corner Barkery, Hair Cuttery and Go Roma Italian Kitchen will all open locations at the development at Waukegan and Golf roads, according to developer Regency Centers.
Jason’s Deli will occupy approximately 4,800 square feet of an 8,500-square-foot building at the hard corner of the intersection. The other three tenants will rent spaces in the structure adjacent to Mariano’s, directly east of the bank.
A groundbreaking ceremony on April 26 officially welcomed the first Hindu temple to Glenview.
Construction will begin on Hanuman Temple in May, and the target for completion of the 37,000-square-foot temple is around the middle of next year, according to Dr. Chandra Khurana, chief devotee of the Hanuman Spiritual and Community Center, the nonprofit organization behind the project.
The temple, or “mandir,” will stand two stories tall and include a dome, spires and a 190-stall parking lot on the property.
Barring a major change of heart, the Glenview Village Board seems poised to approve a 63,000-square-foot commercial development at the southwest corner of Willow and Pfingsten roads.
During their Tuesday, Dec. 3 meeting, trustees voted 6-0 in favor of the development, which includes a 35,000-square-foot grocery store and three multi-tenant retail buildings totaling approximately 28,000 square feet, as well as associated parking lots.
Rows of classic American cars filled the expansive front yard of Gary “Mange” Campbell’s home on July 12 for the Glenview resident’s fourth annual Mangefest classic car show.
The classics kept pouring in, with engines and exhausts that rumbled like boats, some of the cars as big as boats, all restored and rested with their hoods opened to show the expert engine restorations.