Six new labs, four for science, one for STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) and another for communications media arts built over the summer will be on display to the public at 6 p.m. Oct. 6 at Shepard Middle School.
Sept. 22 6:55 p.m. |
The city of Naperville has once again made Money Magazine’s annual “Best Places to Live” list as the highest-ranked city in Illinois.
Sept. 22 5:14 p.m. |
The newest plan for Stonebridge — the stalled redevelopment of the former Harrison House property in Lake Bluff — will come before the Village Board this October after receiving approval from the Plan Commission & Zoning Board of Appeals (PC/ZBA).
The Doings Oak Brook
Sept. 22 4:45 p.m. |
The following incidents were listed among the official reports of the area police departments.
The vote moves forward a three-year process of parent meetings, community communications, discussions with River Forest Village, Park District, and Public Library officials, traffic and safety studies, several architectural plans, and additional outreach efforts to various constituencies.
Buffalo Grove Countryside
Pat yourselves on the back, Buffalo Grove, because it’s official: You deserve a pat on the back.
Lake Zurich Courier
Sept. 22 4:35 p.m. |
The Lake Zurich High School community is rallying around some of its most beloved friends and family members at upcoming football games and a fundraising event next month.
Sept. 22 3:55 p.m. |
Two different Illinois Department of Transportation resurfacing projects were up and running in the western half of the county on Monday, Sept. 22, as IDOT continued an autumn 2014 road program pegged at more than $17.7 million in Lake and McHenry counties.
Sept. 22 3:32 p.m. |
Bea Rashid began taking ballet lessons when she was just 4 years old, at a dance school in suburban New Jersey where she grew up.
Sept. 22 2 p.m. |
After spending time talking with Sean Anderson, two things immediately crossed my mind. I hope politics never change his passion. And, boy, would his mother be proud.
Dear Help Squad, I’m hoping you can help me! We hired Kater Floor Service, in Glenview, to refinish some of our wood floors in December 2013.
Sept. 22 12:30 p.m. |
This year’s Central School Fall Carnival had to deal with lowering skies and intermittent but insistent rain showers, both turns of event that could have made the annual celebration a damp squib.
Sept. 22 12:12 p.m. |
Multi-million streetscaping projects are once again on the docket to discuss at the Oak Park Village Board — with possible options ranging between $10-20 million.
Sept. 22 11:11 a.m. |
The following incidents were listed among the official reports of the Mundelein police department.
The Doings Clarendon Hills
The park district’s next scheduled special event is the Prospect Park Campfire from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Oct. 3.
Sept. 22 11:05 a.m. |
A Libertyville man has been charged with trying to meet up with someone who he thought was a 14-year-old boy for sex on Friday night.
The Doings Hinsdale
Sept. 22 10:57 a.m. |
Sun-Times Media Wire
More than 700 people had registered by Saturday. Larson expected total participation on Sunday to range from 750 to 1,200.
Sept. 22 10:23 a.m. |
Mundelein residents spent Saturday afternoon celebrating their own cultures, while taking the opportunity to experience many others.
Trustees unanimously approved the 2014 holiday lighting program for the Village of Winnetka, but plan to take a closer look at future lighting costs.
Vernon Hills Review
Sept. 22 10:17 a.m. |
About 90 people from throughout the United States, and one from New Zealand, trekked to Vernon Hills last week to square off in four major championships, collectively known as “Race Week.”
The Doings Weekly
Sept. 22 10:15 a.m. |
"When we saw the writing on the wall that the district was exploring outsourcing options, we filed as a union to protect ourselves and our jobs."
Sept. 22 9:40 a.m. |
Evanston’s new programmed meters may allow officials to respond to a parking crunch on football game days by adjusting meter rates in some parking lots around Northwestern University’s Ryan Field.
Norridge-Harwood Heights News
Sept. 22 9 a.m. |
The Eisenhower Public Library District has been nominated by U.S. Rep. Mike Quigley, D-5th of Chicago, for the 2015 National Medal for Museum and Library Service, the nation’s highest honor given to museums and libraries.
The following incidents were listed among the official reports of the Libertyville police department. Readers are reminded an arrest does not constitute a finding of...
Highland Park News
Actions can speak louder than words. That’s what actor, teacher and photographer Robert Schleifer, who is deaf, demonstrates to his many acting and singing students. It’s also something that the Highland Park resident plans to show through his translation of Yasmina Reza’s play “Art” into American Sign Language (ASL).
A roundup of concerts happening throughout Chicago's suburbs
Sept. 21 6:30 a.m. |
At her first art class with David Gista in Glencoe, Sally Haglund took out her drawing pencil. Gista replaced it with a paintbrush.
Sept. 21 5:55 a.m. |
Sheryl De Vore
Tarbox, a junior, is a starting center back for the Titans' boys soccer team and the starting placekicker for Glenbrook South's football team.
Vernon Hills Review
Sept. 20 10:32 p.m. |
Eric Van Dril
Nearly 500 employees from Riverwoods-based Discover Financial Services showed they care about their community Friday by trading their work day for a service day at Lambs Farm.
The Titans improved to 4-0 with Friday's win in Skokie as Stadler finished 5-for-12 for 112 yards with three touchdowns and one interception.
Park Ridge Herald-Advocate
Sept. 19 10:58 p.m. |
A desire to bring more music to people halfway around the world sent a Park Ridge native to the streets of a Mongolian city this past summer.
Sept. 19 6:07 a.m. |
Wilmette-based furniture designer Rohan Ward was hard at work completing a job earlier this year when he received a surprise phone call from the U.S. State Department.
Sept. 19 6 a.m. |