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Glenview officials issued guidance last week for making trick-or-treating amid the COVID-19 pandemic a little less scary. Trick-or-treating hours set by the village are from... [Read More]
Two candidates, longtime incumbent U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-9th) and GOP challenger Sargis Sangari running to represent the 9th Congressional District, squared off in a... [Read More]
An estimated 130 gathered in Gallery Park for an "Open Illinois Schools" rally Wednesday, Sept. 23, specifically aimed at Glenbrook High School Dist. 225. Keynote... [Read More]
Although short in stature and quiet in demeanor, the late Judy Beck was in many ways a giant in Glenview with much of her life's... [Read More]
A 22-year-old man who police say was crossing Oakton Street west of Lee Street Saturday at about 8:30 p.m. was struck by a car that... [Read More]
Although Maine Township High School Dist. 207 schools believe "Black lives matter," they are not endorsing the Black Lives Matter organization and, in fact, take... [Read More]
A new education presentation aimed at finding ways to keep plants healthy and protect the environment, called "2020 International Year of Plant Health: Protecting Plants,... [Read More]
Chapter 1, a local cover band composed of three talented young musicians from the Northwest suburbs, will play a benefit concert for the Pediatric Brain... [Read More]
Township High School Dist. 214 will move students back into school buildings beginning Monday, Oct. 5 in an optional hybrid learning program that will combine... [Read More]
Niles park board officials met to discuss the possibility of making a proposal to lease and operate the Niles Family Fitness Center in closed session... [Read More]
Mount Prospect Elementary School Dist. 57 is pushing back in-person learning by about a month and is moving forward with a hybrid option that entails... [Read More]
Richard Giles Cubberly, 82, a long-time resident of Park Ridge, died Tuesday, Sept. 22, surrounded by family, after a short bout with cancer. He had... [Read More]
Michael Kurgan, a former Wheeling Park District commissioner and candidate for village president, died last month in Florida. His son, Michael Kurgan, Jr., a general... [Read More]
"Personal reasons" have been cited as to why Rosemont Public Safety Supt. Donald Stephens III asked for and was granted a leave of absence from... [Read More]
The following reports were taken from the files of the Elk Grove Village Police Dept. The Journal & Topics publishes the Elk Grove Police Blotter... [Read More]
Elk Grove Village police released the results of their Labor Day "Click It or Ticket" enforcement campaign which saw hundreds of citations issued between Thursday,... [Read More]
A proposed lease agreement, which would have seen the YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago assume operations of the village-owned Niles Family Fitness Center will not move... [Read More]
The following reports were taken from the files of the Elk Grove Village Police Dept. The Journal & Topics publishes the Elk Grove Police Blotter... [Read More]
Elk Grove Village's sponsorship of the Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl still reverberates with accolades. Last year's sponsorship is now a finalist for a prestigious advertising... [Read More]
After more than two decades with the village of Niles, Village Manager Steve Vinezeano announced his pending retirement at the Tuesday, Sept. 23 village board... [Read More]
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