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Ready for the next chapter: Graduating Glenbrook South seniors say final farewell to high school

June 4, 2019 by Jason Addy, Editor News, Community, School

Fifteen minutes after Glenbrook South’s Class of 2019 first started taking its place, the stage at the Rosemont Theater was a sea of blue and gold, with 728 students eagerly waiting to move the tassels on their caps and complete their...

Police Reports: Multiple vehicles vandalized in business parking lots

May 30, 2019 by Staff report News, Police-Fire, Community

Two cars were vandalized May 18 while their owners were busy shopping at Glenview businesses, according to incident reports from the Glenview Police Department.

At 12:16 p.m. that day, a customer at a business in the...

Summer Fun Guide: 51 fun things to do in Glenview and Northbrook

May 23, 2019 by Staff report News, Community

Take pride, Glenview and Northbrook; you outlasted another brutal Chicagoland winter. Finally, it’s time to enjoy some fun in the sun, and you won’t have to travel far to do it. In fact, you won’t even have to leave...

19 years running: More than 700 local runners take part in annual Lew Blond 5K

May 21, 2019 by Neil Milbert, Freelance Reporter News, Community, School

In a tradition that now spans nearly two decades, more than 700 local runners gathered Saturday, May 18, in Northbrook for the 19th annual Lew Blond Memorial 5K.

Similar to each of its predecessors, this year’s race started and finished at...

Mercado brings regional Mexican cuisine to Glenview

May 3, 2019 by Jason Addy, Editor News, Village, Community, Business

Chef Yanitzin Sanchez and owner/operator Richard Vallejo are bringing traditional tastes of the seven regions of Mexico to Glenview, and there certainly seems to be an appetite for it in the Village.

Mercado Cocina and Cantina...

'Overwhelmed with immense gratitude': Glenview widow inspired, comforted by community’s support for family

by Jason Addy, Editor News, Community

In the days, weeks and months following Justin Ericsson’s skin cancer diagnosis in May 2017, life quickly began to change for him and his family.

With Justin requiring extensive treatment and regular medical appointments — and doctors...

Community flocks to Wagner Farm for annual Dairy Breakfast and Stock Show

by Hilary Anderson, Freelance Reporter News, Community

It was a Saturday morning but Glenview’s Gavin McGowan dragged his mom out of bed early.

“I wanted to make sure we didn’t miss any of the activities at this year’s Wagner Farm Dairy Breakfast and Stock Show,” he said.

Gavin, 11 and...

Loyola students trace family roots in humanitarian effort

by Hilary Anderson, Freelance Reporter News, Community, School

Many young people spent their school’s recent spring break somewhere warm basking in the sunshine with friends.

Not Loyola Academy's Ivana Cooper, 16, and Marco Signoretto, 14, of Wilmette.

The two cousins instead traveled at their...