NTHS superintendent issues apology for not allowing new Holocaust Remembrance Day activity

New Trier High School Superintendent Dr. Paul Sally acknowledged on Tuesday evening the “hurt” that was caused when he decided…

Donation to promote school referendum is returned after drawing controversy

After some residents recently cried foul, a local parent-teacher group’s donation in support of a school referendum has been…

Alchemy Coffee will return March 1, owner says

A small note taped to a coffee shop’s window created a quite a stir recently in Wilmette. The message, “…

Athlete of the Week: 10 questions with Kelsey Langston, Loyola basketball

Kelsey Langston is a senior guard for the 34-0 Ramblers. She is a three-year varsity starter. 1. Do you have any…

Kenilworth officials ramp up referendum outreach

Kenilworth voters should soon get postcards in their mailboxes reminding them to vote March 19 on a referendum asking if the…

Village Board green lights engineering for Happ Road upgrades, including roundabout

Northfield trustees have approved a supplemental agreement with the engineering firm working on the long-anticipated second phase of Happ Road…

Dr. Chala Holland to take reins of District 113

Not much has come easy of late for Township High School District 113. But School Board members agreed that selecting the…

Ballyhoo grabs another slice of Greenleaf building for Pizza by Sal

Another year, another expansion for Ballyhoo Hospitality, the surging restaurant group that has opened several North Shore properties in the…

Police Reports: $18,000 theft from computer scam, attempted robbery of gas-station ATM

These reports were pulled from the latest police summaries provided by departments in our coverage area (Wilmette, Winnetka, Highland Park,…

Glencoe volunteers prep 192 care bags for migrants who come through town

No migrant buses have stopped in Glencoe as of yet but Glencoe is preparing for their potential guests. Volunteers gathered…