Alan P. Henry

Alan P. Henry is a New York Times bestselling author, six-time national fiction contest prize winner, and 35-year newspaper veteran with the Chicago Sun-Times, Boston Globe, Boston Herald, 22nd Century Media and The Record.

Recent Stories

Gary Cole's 'Newsboy' waxes nostalgic about Winnetka in the '60s and '70s

Former Village President Jacoby pens 'Wilmette 150,' a book he hopes will 'promote unity' among residents

'Just a regular, hard-working guy' to close local barber shop after 28 years

18 years after he helped deliver him in a Wilmette Starbucks bathroom, Griffin Baron meets Jonathan Celner

In Tribute: Rose Bowl champ and New Trier 'Funny Boy' Litt Clark dead at 92

In Tribute: Beloved Loyola Academy teacher dies at 61; Services set for Friday and Saturday

'Chicagoese' viral news segment is latest achievement for Loyola Academy's very own Mike Lowe

Wilmette's Leanne Star remembered as 'a true renaissance woman'

In Tribute: Former Wilmette resident remembered as respectful, passionate civic leader

At 104, Nioma 'Gigi' Eisen celebrates a first: a birthday party inside an igloo during a pandemic

Familiar face in Kenilworth can now be seen on Food Network's popular show 'Worst Cooks in America'

Former Glencoe Village president and twin brother release book detailing their 'fairytale' journey through Chicago sports history

Bedside Manor celebrates a quarter century in Winnetka

After three dozen years of public service, longtime Northfield employee calls it a career

Holiday light show on Happ Road is more than meets the eye

Forbes recognizes NSCD alumnus for work with OCD patients, treatments

In Tribute: Northfield's Pat Doherty was a 'voice on behalf of the community'

Famed architect Marion Mahony Griffin takes spotlight thanks to upcoming historical society event

After 120 years on Central Ave., Wilmette dry cleaners hangs 'em up

Winnetka officials said they will not enforce the governor's indoor-dining ban. But there is no indication local restaurants will defy the order.

'Frustration levels are through the roof' as local restaurants prepare to battle the latest pandemic challenge: no indoor dining

New director eager to turn the page after library's tumultuous chapter

In Tribute: Longtime Wilmette resident Garstecki remembered as visionary in field