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Paynters in Relay for Life for Bryan's sake

Bryan Paynter wouldn't have wanted to be the poster boy for this year's Relay for Life of Glenview, the American Cancer Society's annual fund-raising event that's staged in communities throughout Illinois over ...

Movers and shakers

Joseph Hudetz, president of System 27 Corp. and developer of English Rows Victorian Village in Naperville, was honored with the Award of Excellence in Business at the Illinois State Crime Commission's 12th ...

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It's not over 'til Sid the snake sings

Dancing in a circus doesn't suit Sid. The serpent's got to sing. He gets his chance, with hysterical results, in "Sid the Serpent Who Wanted to Sing." Children's Opera Works will present a scene from Malcolm ...

Dee Road, Kennedy Drive Next On Township Summer Street Repair List

Maine Township, like nearly every other government, is taking advantage of spring, summer and fall's more agreeable weather to repair streets and install new sidewalks.

Kids raise $5,000 for Freedom Memorial

An effort to establish a memorial at Gallery Park honoring two Glenview natives who died in Operation Iraqi Freedom and others who have served in America's military is about $35,000 from its goal.

Long-Term Investor: ITW's Diverse Product Lines Help Ease Risk

View Long-Term Investor Screen Whether you're in the automotive, construction or restaurant business, there's a good chance Illinois Tool Works supplies some of the parts or equipment you're using.

Many social service agencies struggling

By BOB SEIDENBERG bseidenberg@pioneerlocal.com Staff members who sometimes wore sweaters in Peer Service Inc.

Shore gets first peek at 'Zero Energy Home'

The atmosphere was festive May 7 on a tree-lined street in far eastern Glenview, just off of Glenview Road near the Edens Expressway.

Chef shares White House desserts

Favorite presidential desserts are on the menu Saturday at a demonstration class at the new Viking Cooking School and Culinary Shop, 1140 Milwaukee Ave., Glenview. via Sun-Times News Group


Growing Midwest Palliative Calls Glenview Home

It started out 25 years ago as a hospice volunteer program. It worked out of a North Shore office and had just five patients.

Smoking foes eye suburbs
Encouraged by Chicago's recently approved anti-smoking law and given a green light by a new state law, activists are poised to launch campaigns for tighter smoking restrictions throughout the suburbs.

Chicago Jewish Theatre Announces Move To Skokie Chicago Jewish Theatre will be relocating to Skokie in July of 2006. The theatre, which has occupied their own 50-seat storefront space in Andersonville, at 5123 N. Clark Street since 2003, will have its new ...

Woman who got teens drunk, high gets 3 years
A Mt. Prospect woman was sentenced to 3 years in prison Monday after pleading guilty to giving teenagers rum drinks and prescription drugs at a party in her apartment.

Candidates' primary goal is to get on the ballot
The last time state Rep. Sidney Mathias and Scott Bludorn were pitted against each other in an election, Bludorn was a Libertarian and accused his opponent of being a "Republican in name only." That was in ...

U.S. to fund new Skokie Swift stop
Skokie is on track to get its first new Chicago Transit Authority train stop in 40 years, thanks to $9.2 million in federal funding announced last week.

'Second Oldest Profession' coming to Cutting Hall
Wood Street Theater Company will present a free staged reading of 'The Second Oldest Profession,' a new musical in eight periods at 7:30 p.m. Jan.

Des Plaines TIF plan makes residents wary
Des Plaines officials said they won't release until spring their goals for redeveloping an area known as Five Corners, north of the suburb's downtown.

Educator sued in child's death back in Glenview
A former Glenview school teacher who had been sued after one of his pupils died when she choked on marshmallows while playing a classroom game is working again in the northern suburb as an elementary school ...

Illinois High School Football - Glenbrook South trounces Niles North
Glenbrook South Titans fans were pleased Friday as they witnessed their football team trounce the visiting Niles North Vikings , 55-0 in a non-league game.

High School Football - Central Suburban North League
Maine Twp. Mainstay
Journal & Topics Newspapers | 22 hours ago
Journal Reporter Maine Township resident Robert "Bud" Phillips has lived in the same home since his birth 59 years ago, and his influence can be seen in everything from Des Plaines' education and recycling
American Profile | Sunday Sep 18
Tension, fatigue, eyestrain and allergies --there are many things that cause headaches.

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Chicago Tribune | Saturday Jul 23
Troops of Boy Scouts pumped, squirted and splashed at Water Works, a 1,000-gallon exhibit planned for the $18 million Kohl Children's Museum under construction in Glenview, delighting designers . The best in Remodeling Chicago kitchens, bathrooms, fireplaces, decks, built-ins, and Interior Design Chicago

Potential Businesses Want To Make Residents Sweat
Journal & Topics Newspapers | Friday Jul 22
Commuter Fitness and ShapeXpress would like to give Mt. Prospect a workout. The fitness gyms are seeking conditional use approval from the village to operate their gyms

Teachers turn to `clickers' to gauge students' individual progress
The Wichita Eagle | Wednesday Jul 20
After lecturing for 45 minutes about different ways to clear trees from a forest, environmental ... And at Henking Elementary School in Glenview, Il


Continue Ismaili Worship Discussion
Journal & Topics Newspapers | Friday Jul 22
An Ismaili religious following has its work cut out for it as it plans to build a house of worship near Shermer and Golf roads.

Cheeburger Cheeburger coming to The Landings
Herald Tribune | Tuesday Jul 19
Say the following out loud: Cheeburger Cheeburger. What do you think of? John Belushi in a "Saturday Night Live" skit? A 1950s-style burger joint? Maybe both.

Illinois Budget Shortchanges Teacher Pensions
Heartland.org | Tuesday Jul 19
The FY 2006 Illinois budget, which passed in May, includes a $314 million increase in funding for K-12 education, bringing the guaranteed per-pupil expenditure to $5,164. To fund the education increase and ..

Plaza gives the boot to non-shoppers
Chicago Tribune | Wednesday Jul 13
"Where did you park?" has zoomed to the top of the customer-greeting charts for at least three North Shore business owners.

Construction News
Daily Reporter Publishing Co. | Tuesday Jul 12
Big donors to the financially troubled Milwaukee Public Museum are upset about a requirement in a $6 million loan it obtained recently calling for the museum's 750-acre nature preserve in Costa Rica to be put .

Blogging and job prospects: from the academy to the SCOTUS
Episteme.arstechnica.com | Monday Jul 11
As Jon knows, I disagree with him on the matter of academics and blogging. I have a few reasons.

Fourth Frenzy In Glenview
Journal & Topics Newspapers | Jul 8, 2005
Five neighborhoods across Glenview experienced power outages after a thunderstorm swept through the area Monday afternoon.

Principal involved in marshmallow choking death suit resigns
WLS Chicago | Jun 23, 2005
WINNETKA, Ill.) , An elementary school principal in this Chicago suburb who was involved in a lawsuit filed by the family of a sixth-grader who choked to death on marshmallows while playing a classroom game has ...

Principal involved in marshmallow choking death suit resigns


WLS Chicago | Yesterday
WINNETKA, Ill.) , An elementary school principal in this Chicago suburb who was involved in a lawsuit filed by the family of a sixth-grader who choked to death on marshmallows while playing a classroom game has ...

ITW cuts outlook on sustained market weakness
MarketWatch | Wednesday Jun 15
Guiding Greenspan Is the Fed on the right course? Economist bloggers debate the pace of rising rates.

Somehow, Couch still leads
Chicago Sun-Times | Sunday Jun 12
The LaSalle Bank Open has been a strange tournament for Chris Couch. He's hit barely half of his fairways off the tee and his putting has been nothing special, either, but he's still leading the $750,000 ...

City, Maine West Gearing Up Against For Clinical Government Program
Journal & Topics Newspapers | Saturday Jun 11
Beginning Monday, June 13, twenty-one Maine West High School juniors will be attending class at ... They also visit the Des Plaines Park Dist., the Cook County Courts in Skokie, the Grove (Glenview Park Dist.
Morton Grove Champion | Thursday Jun 9
The following incidents were listed among official reports of the Morton Grove Police Department.

Glenview, resident fight on over village's legal-fee rule
Chicago Tribune | Wednesday Jun 1
Michael Zwick's problems in Glenview began when he complained that a fence his neighbor built in 1998 posed a security concern.

Dog Gone, Dog Back: One Frank Franchise Replaces Another
Journal & Topics Newspapers | 15 hours ago
The U-Dawg-U restaurants in Niles and Glenview have been recently replaced with another well-known hot dog franchise of the North Suburbs: Dear Frank's. Dear Frank's is a family-run eatery based out of ...
Glencoe News | Yesterday
Construction on Shermer Road is expected to be substantially complete by July 4. Glenview Public Work's Director Bill Porter said crews were expected to reopen Shermer between Central and Glenview roads to ...

Janitor says teacher aided student who was choking


A Glenview teacher was not in his classroom when a sixth-grader began choking on four marshmallows during an eating game, but he tried to save the girl's life as soon as he was alerted that she was in distress, ...
Chicago Sun-Times | Saturday

Lookalike contest deadline June 3
Only one week is left to enter Pioneer Press' Father-Son Lookalike Contest. Send us photos of father and son and we'll choose three winners from among the entries.
Morton Grove Champion | Thursday May 26

Senior Status
Asking people about their past experiences at Grandpa's Place will, often enough, stir up conversations about what Glenview's Irish pub is best known for: cold beer and live music.
Journal & Topics Newspapers | Wednesday May 25

Guns, Drug Paraphernalia Seized In South Side Raid
The raid was conducted at 2:12 p.m. Saturday at 308 E. 47th St., where police arrested Susan Shin, 41, of 1120 Bette Lane in Glenview, and Bobby Barker, 66, of 853 W. 51st St., according to police News Affairs ...
WMAQ Chicago | Wednesday May 25

Wishes come true on 89th birthday
One day after her 89th birthday, lifelong Evanston resident Wynne Bauer was granted her dream Monday.
Lake Forester | Thursday May 26

Ironic note struck in band director hiring
AURORA , In a strikingly familiar situation, East Aurora High School's new band director was once ousted from a suburban school district despite the protests of hundreds of parents and students.
The Naperville Sun | Wednesday May 25

Muslims Hope To Build House Of Workship Near Golf, Shermer Representatives hoping to build an Ismaili Muslim house of worship in Glenview, near the Village of Niles, are scheduled to appear before the Glenview Plan Commission May 24. Journal & Topics Newspapers | 22 hours ago

IDOT's long-range plan short on area projects Illinois Department of Transportation Secretary Tim Martin last week unveiled a six-year, $9.15 billion road plan to modernize, expand and maintain the state's highway system. Glencoe News | 15 hours ago

Parents sue Metra in death of son
The family of a Glenview boy killed by a Metra train last year as he rode his bicycle across the railroad tracks on a sidewalk near the village's downtown station filed a lawsuit Monday, alleging that officials ... Chicago Tribune | Tuesday May 10

Vacant Home Catches Fire
Area firefighters established defensive positions overnight May 2 to prevent a blaze in unincorporated Maine Twp. Journal & Topics Newspapers | Wednesday May 4

He's the spitting image of his dad
Wanted: sons and dads who look alike. Women, does your son look like your husband did when he was his age? Men, do you look at a photograph of your son and feel as if you are looking at a photo of you at a ... Morton Grove Champion | 16 hours ago

District 207 begins its superintendent search
On Monday, the board of Maine Township High School District 207 officially embarked on the arduous task of finding a new superintendent, agreeing to solicit detailed proposals from a long list of search firms ... Daily Herald | Tuesday May 3

New BCC pro hopes he's a 'perfect fit'
Jim Miller can't remember the tournament or what year it happened. All he knows is Bloomington Country Club made an impression on him when he played the course and stayed with Dr. The Pantagraph | Monday May 2

New BCC pro hopes he's a 'perfect fit'
Jim Miller can't remember the tournament or what year it happened. All he knows is Bloomington Country Club made an impression on him when he played the course and stayed with Dr. The Pantagraph | 19 hours ago

Basements no longer a place for tools, clothes
Basements have risen to a whole new level. The correct term is now "lower level,'' not basement. Chicago Sun-Times | Friday Apr 29

Fumes from sealant send 2 to hospital, shut Glenview stores A strange odor at the Glen Town Center shopping mall sent two department store employees to the hospital Sunday and forced the temporary closing of two businesses, a Glenview fire official said. Chicago Tribune | 7 hours ago

Glenview prostitution sting nets four arrests
A monthlong undercover investigation by police resulted in four arrests on Thursday in connection with an alleged prostitution ring operated from a Glenview massage parlor. Daily Herald | Saturday

Hundreds Of Students Suspected Of Cheating Online Hundreds of students at Glenbrook South High School in Glenview are suspected of hacking the school's online Web site in order to get the answers to a homework assignment. WMAQ Chicago | 50 minutes ago

Corporate-sponsored Merit Scholarship awards given
The National Merit Scholarship Program announced Wednesday 1,070 high school seniors nationwide who have earned corporate-sponsored Merit Scholarship awards. Barrington Courier-Review | 7 hours ago

Used athletic shoes sought For the sixth year, the Solid Waste Agency of Northern Cook County is collecting worn athletic shoes from residents of its 23 member communities for Nike's Reuse-A-Shoe program. Morton Grove Champion | 7 hours ago

Goddard takes helm of Pioneer Press' North group
Award-winning editor and journalist Carol Goddard takes over this week as the new editor/bureau chief for Pioneer Press' Glenview-based North Group of newspapers. Morton Grove Champion | Thursday Apr 14

Police Catch Up To Suspect In Church Robbery
It took almost seven months, but Park Ridge authorities finally tracked down and arrested the man who they say burglarized a Park Ridge church back in October, 2004. Journal & Topics Newspapers | Thursday Apr 7

Evanston Northwestern Healthcare: FTC settles part of price-fixing complaint (Reg Req'd)
The Federal Trade Commission Tuesday said it has officially settled one part of a complaint that accused an Evanston Northwestern Healthcare physicians' group of price-fixing in the wake of the company's 2000 ... Chicago Tribune (Registration Required) | Wednesday Apr 6

Teacher seeks to augment service to education
Sharon Sheehan's life-long commitment to education began in the first grade. "Ms. Gilbert, my first-grade teacher ... made me feel a part of the school," she said. Daily Northwestern | Monday Apr 4

New Post Office In The Bag?
The Village Board was scheduled Mar. 15 to consider a land exchange agreement between the Village of Glenview and the United States Postal Service that would bring the community one step closer to enjoying a ... Journal & Topics Newspapers | Mar 20, 2005

PACE Rolls Out New Bus Routes
PACE Rolls Out New Bus Routes Mar 18, 2005 7:39 am US/Central The PACE Suburban Bus System is rolling out new routes on Sunday to service popular destinations. WBBM Chicago | Mar 18, 2005

North Maine Firefighters Mull Cost-Saving Options
The North Maine Fire Protection District may join forces with the Park Ridge Fire Dept. Journal & Topics Newspapers | Mar 16, 2005

Trustees at odds on MG future
Three members of the Morton Grove Caucus Party are challenging the entrenched Action Party in next month's race for three seats on the Village Board. Morton Grove Champion | Thursday Mar 24

Murder charges added in 2 Glenview killings (Reg Req'd)
A Chicago piano player was charged Monday with murdering his former companion and her mother, prompting relatives of the two women to break into applause in a packed Skokie courtroom. Chicago Tribune (Registration Required) | Mar 1, 2005

Sound-off to Safety
On March 29, 2004, a fire inspector for the city of Evanston, Ill., asked a resident of a condominium building who had a television on in his unit if he could hear the new fire alarm sounding in the hallway. Security Distributing & Mktg. | Mar 1, 2005

WWII Hero Wallace Brings Story To Students
Several months after the federal government formally recognized Glenview-resident Lee Wallace's heroism in World War II, an area high school tapped this 83-year-old to speak during its popular annual event. Journal & Topics Newspapers | Mar 3, 2005

Four seek 2-year terms at Oakton
Seeking two two-year seats to be filled April 5 on the Oakton board are George Alexopoulos of Glenview, Donald E. Barshis of Wilmette, Michael Wolf Burnett of Lincolnwood and Michael Collins of Glencoe. Glencoe News | Mar 17, 2005

Wine and Cheese Pairing
Don't know much about wine and cheese, but you'd still like to impress your guests? Laura Fieberg of Dessert Gourmet in Glenview has some suggestions on the perfect cheese to pair with the drink you are ... WLS Chicago | Feb 28, 2005 Prepare To Crown Next Pizza Champs Pizza lovers will find their slice of heaven this Sunday, Mar. 6 when the annual Best of the Northwest Pizza Contest is held in Des Plaines. Journal & Topics Newspapers | Mar 5, 2005

Ryan sole Democrat Maine town trustee
In a repeat of an election four years ago, the Maine Township Town Board will have one Democrat among its Republican ranks. Glenview Announcements

Wireless customers win lawsuit (Reg Req'd) A Cook County Circuit judge has ruled that 234 municipalities--from Skokie to Downstate West Frankfort--must reimburse wireless phone customers $1.3 million in fees that were charged based on a statute ruled ... Chicago Tribune (Registration Required) | Feb 7, 2005

Maki Retiring, Walsh Taking Over At Franklin School
After about 20 years as Franklin School principal and 34 years in teaching overall, Tom Maki is retiring this June from educating children in Park Ridge-Niles School District 64. Journal & Topics Newspapers | Mar 3, 2005

Cardinal reflects on pope, and conclave
Polish flags with black streamers were already on several buildings around Milwaukee and Montrose in Chicago as Cardinal Francis George was eulogizing his mentor. Glenview Announcements | Thursday Apr 7

Late News from Crain's
The Fairmont Hotel is for sale. Swig Co., the San Francisco-based owner of the 692-room hotel, said it has hired Chicago-based Jones Lang LaSalle to sell the property at 200 N. Columbus Drive. Crain's Chicago Business | Jan 15, 2005

On Course For Consistency
It's common for a new visitor to walk out of the Valley Lodge in Glenview raving about the ribs, the burgers or the fresh fish dishes. Journal & Topics Newspapers | Feb 18, 2005

Marks wins presidency
Three from the ticket that said it was time for a change apparently convinced Northbrook voters, who Tuesday sent independent village presidential candidate Gene Marks, and trustee candidates Mike Scolaro and ... Northbrook Star | Thursday Apr 7

Paying elected officials
Compared to similar cities, DeKalb officials do well By Chris Rickert - City Editor DeKALB - Although members of the DeKalb City Council haven t seen their salaries increase in at least four years, it would be ... Daily Chronicle | Dec 5, 2004

Sidewalk May Be Added On West Side Of Schoenbeck
The scope of the 2005 Palatine Road reconstruction is reduced, but Prospect Hts. Journal & Topics Newspapers | Jan 27, 2005

Mourning continues for 2 area soldiers
Barbara Zimny said she's proud of her son, Chris, for serving his country. But she does not support the war that took the U.S. Marine corporal's life. Glencoe News | Mar 17, 2005



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