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GBS students give back at MLK Day of Service event in Winnetka

January 22, 2019 by Alexa Burnell, Freelance Reporter News, Community

While there were dozens of ways to spend the day off of school and work Monday, Jan. 21, hundreds of folks headed to the Winnetka Community House, paying tribute to the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. during the Volunteer Center of N.E. Metro...

Police Reports: Fight at Motel 6 leads to GPD’s first arrest of 2019

January 15, 2019 by Staff report News, Police-Fire

The Glenview Police Department made its first arrest of 2019 just three hours into the new year after a Cook County sheriff was pushed while investigating a fight at Motel 6. 

JR Baker, 26, of Chicago, was arrested at...

Illinois state trooper dies at Glenbrook Hospital after being struck on I-294 in Northbrook

January 13, 2019 by Staff report News, Police-Fire

An Illinois state trooper was fatally struck by a Jeep at 4:45 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 12, while investigating a traffic crash on I-294 in Northbrook, according to a statement from Illinois State Police.

The trooper was identified late Saturday...

Village Board candidates weigh in on delayed vote on minimum wage, sick leave ordinances

January 9, 2019 by Jason Addy, Editor News, Local Government, Village

After the Glenview Village Board postponed a vote Thursday, Jan. 3, on whether to adopt Cook County’s minimum wage, all seven candidates seeking a seat on the board in the upcoming April 2 municipal election shared their thoughts on the board’s...

Village Board candidates weigh in on delayed vote on minimum wage, sick leave ordinances

January 9, 2019 by Jason Addy, Editor News, Local Government, Village

After the Glenview Village Board postponed a vote Thursday, Jan. 3, on whether to adopt Cook County’s minimum wage, all seven candidates seeking a seat on the board in the upcoming April 2 municipal election shared their thoughts on the board’s...

D30, Park Districts ready to keep students busy during long summer

by Neil Milbert, Freelance Reporter News, Community, School

Many years ago, the documentary motion picture “Endless Summer” chronicled the global search by a couple of surfers for the perfect wave.

This summer, Maple School will present its own rendition of “Endless Summer.”

Because of the...

Stepping Stones provides path to recovery for sex trafficking victims

by Katie Copenhaver, Freelance Reporter News, Community

National Human Trafficking Awareness Day was Friday, Jan. 11, with all of January being observed as National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month.

These events have been established within the last couple decades to bring...

Park Board: Park Center track gate paying dividends

by Neil Milbert, Freelance Reporter News, Local Government, Community

The admission gate that has been installed at the entrance of the Park Center’s running track is proving to be a cash cow for the Glenview Park District.

As of Wednesday, Jan. 16, runners and walkers have had to use a pass to get...