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Residents celebrate bountiful Harvest Supper at Wagner Farm

October 15, 2018 by Chris Pullam, Freelance Reporter News, Community

To some, autumn means orange-tinged leaves and pumpkin spice lattes. For others, it means harvesting the squash, sweet potatoes and cauliflower before the year’s first frost. In Glenview, it means both.

During Historic Wagner Farm’s Harvest...

Glenview psychologist arrested on federal health care fraud charges pleads not guilty

October 3, 2018 by Jason Addy, Editor News, Police-Fire, Village

A Glenview psychologist facing federal fraud charges for allegedly submitting false claims to Medicare and private insurers pleaded not guilty to the charges Tuesday, Oct. 2, according to federal authorities.

Pamela Antell, 66, of Deerfield...

Update: Former Loyola Academy teacher under investigation for 'internet crimes against children'

October 2, 2018 by Jason Addy, Editor News, Breaking, Police-Fire, School

Glenview police are investigating former Loyola Academy teacher Matthew Laird for “alleged internet crimes against children,” according to an email sent to alumni Tuesday, Oct. 2. 

The Glenview Police Department notified school...

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...

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.

Five months prior, Maureen sat in...

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