Grab your capes! It’s time to celebrate our favorite superheroes with delicious recipes courtesy of Matthew Mead, author of “The Official DC Super Hero Cookbook.”
SKOKIE — The legendary Sir Elton John has never come to Skokie to perform a concert, but an Elton John concert has been performed in Skokie.
When the final bell of the day rings and most students book it for the school bus, a small group of Rutledge Hall students situate themselves in a computer lab, where they’ll...
After a report Wednesday said Meijer is the leading candidate to open a new grocery store in Morton Grove’s Prairie View Plaza, Mayor Dan DiMaria could only partially confirm it.
A book about a young Sudanese girl’s daily journey to find clean water inspired Golf Middle School fifth-graders to simulate her experience during a four-hour walk that raised...
The following incidents were listed in the official reports of the Morton Grove Police Department. Readers are reminded that an arrest by police does not constitute a finding of...
Since we purchased our new homestead and planted a number of garden beds, I’d always been worried about infiltration by rodents, skunks and rabbits. To be fair to these smaller...
Niles police investigated eight reports of theft and two burglaries between April 25 and May 4, according to police reports.
A woman stands accused of breaking a car window with a golf club while another yelled gang slogans in the middle of a busy Niles street recently.
Free of charge, we offer tales of odd news, strange crimes, dumb criminals and otherwise silly stories from the Chicago suburbs.
Park Ridge-Niles School District 64 is threatening to sue the city of Park Ridge if payments totaling roughly $600,000 are not made this month.
Dry cleaning is a more costly method of cleaning your clothes than washing at home, but some garments are simply not made to be put in the washing ...
Pierre Watts, 50, of 9147 Princeton, Chicago, was charged with felony theft at 11:10 a.m. May 3 in Norridge.
A 54-year-old Norridge man was sentenced this week to 27 months in prison on his conviction of mail fraud, distribution of human growth hormone and money laundering.
Sayuri Mancilla Ortiz, 18, of 4648 N. Kasson, Chicago, was charged with driving under the influence of drugs.
“I believe loving someone makes you a better person,” says Oscar-winner Dustin Lance Black. Moreover, Black doesn’t believe the state can tell you who that person is.
Ongoing construction at Park Ridge’s Centennial Park won’t be a road block for this year’s Harry O’Brien Spring Dash/Walk, according to coordinator Sheri Roche.
It’s safe to say that there’s not a lot of music that 11-year-olds and their grandparents can agree upon.
A new design for Park Ridge’s mothballed 9/11 memorial is under consideration after an earlier plan endorsed by the Park Ridge Art Commission languished for more than one year.
A 62-year-old Chicago man was hit with an immediate ticket after his SUV scraped the front of another vehicle — which happened to be a Park Ridge squad car.
SKOKIE — There came a time some 10 years ago when Jeffrey Tasch and his father had a pivotal decision to make.
They all came back just as everyone knew they would — Mrs. Wylie’s former students and their parents, her current-day preschool students, the fellow teachers and administrators...
During the winter, ice damming can cause significant damage to your roof. Ice dams are solid areas of ice that build up on the roof of a home when ...
Love works wonders in Curtain Call Children’s Theatre’s production of “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Jr.” at Skokie Theatre, 7924 Lincoln Ave, May 9-11.