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Police Reports: Neighbor dispute boils over at grocery store

September 19, 2019 by Staff report News, Police-Fire

Bad blood between two Glenview neighbors led one to damage the other’s car after an encounter at the grocery store, according to incident reports from the Glenview Police Department.

At 5 p.m. Sept. 15, a shopper at Jewel-Osco, 2775...

Chief Ensign to retire from Glenview Fire Department; 2 deputy chiefs hired

August 17, 2019 by Submitted Content News, Police-Fire, Local Government, Village

More than four decades after launching his career in the fire service, Glenview Fire Chief Ralph Ensign is ready to hang up his helmet for the last time. 

“After 43 years in the fire service, I have decided it is time...

Hundreds compete in 18th annual Park Center triathlon, inaugural Junior Triathlon

July 31, 2019 by Neil Milbert, Freelance Reporter News, Community

The highlight of Vachee Loughran’s 47th birthday celebration came early on Sunday, July 28.

It was just  7:16 a.m. when the Glenview resident crossed the finish line first in the 18th annual Park Center Sprint Triathlon.

Winning this...

D225 board approves 2019-20 tentative budget, attributes $9.1M difference to usage of existing reserves, legal settlement with Allstate

July 30, 2019 by Neil Milbert, Freelance Reporter News, School

The tentative budget for Glenbrook High Schools District 225 that projects $187.7 million in expenditures and $178.6 million in revenue for fiscal year 2019-20 is available for public viewing at the reception desk of the district...

Northbrook: Northbrook Days moving to Northbrook Court following restrictions on use of Village Green

July 29, 2019 by Martin Carlino, Contributing Editor News, Regional

Northbrook Days is in for a big change in its 95th year. 

Organizers of the annual five-day festival are implementing an “emergency plan” to move the centerpiece of summer in the Village to Northbrook Court, due to park district...

Inaugural Blocktoberfest aims to draw families to downtown Glenview

by Catherine Rolfes, Freelance Reporter News, Community, Business

Don’t let the color of changing leaves send you packing up your sandals and visors just yet. The shopkeepers of downtown Glenview want you to stretch those summer feelings into the fall as they host the town’s first Blocktoberfest on Saturday,...

Paragliding photo propels Isaac family to victory in annual Family Vacation Photo Contest

by Staff report News, Contests

Midway through this summer, we at The Lantern asked our readers to send us their best family vacation photos.

We wanted to see where our readers got to this summer, whether it was Greece, Switzerland, Alaska or even right here in...

Glenview Park Board approves $20 million tax levy

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

An estimated tax levy of just more than $20 million was approved by the Glenview Park District Board at its Sept. 19 meeting. The levy translates to about a $32 increase for a home valued at $500,000. 

If the final...