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From the North Pole to the North Shore: Youth Services calls in Santa to spread holiday cheer

December 13, 2018 by Jacqueline Zeisloft, Freelance Reporter News, Community

Decked out in yuletide garb and glee, an excited crowd of children from Glenview gathered at Youth Services Glenview/Northbrook Saturday, Dec. 8, to ring in the Christmas season at The Optimist Club’s fourth annual Breakfast with Santa...

Police, officials investigating ‘unacceptable’ racial video posted by GBS, GBN students

December 10, 2018 by Staff report News, Breaking, Police-Fire, School

An incident in which three students at Glenbrook South and Glenbrook North high schools posted a video on social media that contained “inappropriate and unacceptable racial content" is under investigation by local police, according to a...

Police, officials investigating ‘unacceptable’ racial video posted by GBS, GBN students

December 10, 2018 by Staff report News, Breaking, Police-Fire, School

An incident in which three students at Glenbrook South and Glenbrook North high schools posted a video on social media that contained “inappropriate and unacceptable racial content" is under investigation by local police, according to a...

Ex-North Shore teacher pleads not guilty to 64 child porn, sexual assault charges

December 4, 2018 by Jason Addy, Editor News, Police-Fire

A former teacher at schools around the North Shore pleaded not guilty Monday, Dec. 3, to more than five dozen felony counts of child pornography and sexual assault charges.

Mathew Laird, 33, of the 3900 block of Triumvera Drive in Glenview...

‘Citizens for Glenview’ backs three candidates for Village Board

December 3, 2018 by Jason Addy, Editor News, Local Government, Village

A group of village residents calling itself “Citizens for Glenview” threw its support behind a trio of Village Board candidates with a mix of experience at a meet-and-greet Saturday, Dec. 1, at Village Hall.

Citizens for Glenview will...

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