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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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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.
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.
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The atmosphere was festive May 7 on a tree-lined street in far eastern Glenview, just off of Glenview Road near the Edens Expressway.
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
Illinois High School Football - Glenbrook South trounces Niles North
High School Football - Central Suburban North League
Potential Businesses Want To Make Residents Sweat
Continue Ismaili Worship Discussion
Cheeburger Cheeburger coming to The Landings
Principal involved in marshmallow choking death suit resigns
ITW cuts outlook on sustained market weakness
City, Maine West Gearing Up Against For Clinical Government Program
Glenview, resident fight on over village's legal-fee rule
Dog Gone, Dog Back: One Frank Franchise Replaces Another
Janitor says teacher aided student who was choking
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