Martin Carlino

martin carlino

Martin Carlino is a co-founder and senior editor who assigns and edits The Record stories, while also bylining articles every week. Martin was previously editor of The Northbrook Tower and is an award-winning education and news reporter. Martin, a graduate of Dominican University, has also spent time covering River Forest, Oak Park and Berwyn.

Recent Stories

Officials recommend renderings, cost for New Trier's proposed $75-million overhaul of its athletic facilities

Avoca D37 readies to restart its hybrid model, but talks are underway for a shift to daily in-person learning

Wilmette Village Board says improvements to Indian Hill Club are on par

Glencoe Park District's highly anticipated Duke Park is now open

New Trier officials see ‘no hurdles’ on path to increased in-person learning later this month

Wilmette Public Schools will keep hybrid learning model for students in grades 5-8

Early estimates show Wilmette Public Schools could receive $210K from federal stimulus bill

Now required, New Trier's COVID-19 screening sees ‘extraordinary high compliance’ — but not yet 100 percent

After submitting permit to demolish historic Winnetka home on Oakley Avenue, owners reverse course and opt to preserve property

‘We are ready’: Glencoe D35 prepares to welcome COVID-tested students back to classrooms later this month

Winnetka consignment shop is now a permanent part of Hubbard Woods

Berkshire Hathaway will relocate after 35 years, creating ‘interesting possibilities’ for a high-profile Winnetka corner

Northfield plan commission endorses location and hours for potential cannabis facilities. Village Board up next.

'Bear'ers of good deeds: Glencoe families donate 60-plus teddy bears to hospital

The fight to preserve 740 Ardsley Road is on as teardowns remain a 'huge problem' in Winnetka

Northfield to continue discussion on cannabis sales at Jan. 4 planning meeting

New electric-bike shop rides into Winnetka’s Hubbard Woods

Winnetka's Take Out Challenge gives residents chance to win prizes for supporting local restaurants this winter

Why did Clucker's cross the road? To open a chicken spot in Wilmette

Completion of Kenilworth fountain restoration now targeted for spring

Phase 2 of Wilmette's stormwater-relief project to start in January, end in October

Wilmette's second phase of restaurant grants to serve more than $80,000 to local eateries — and there may be more to come

A fitness studio, coffee shop and art gallery in one: Proposed overhaul of building on Green Bay Road advances to Kenilworth Village Board

Nearly 100 years old, Gates Gym may be torn down in plan to overhaul New Trier's athletic facilities

Addition, new library and plenty more are part of a $25-million plan to modernize Kenilworth's Joseph Sears School

Kenilworth School Board approves tax levy estimating a $616,000 revenue increase

Winnetka Public Schools considers an all-day learning model at start of next year

If called upon by county, New Trier High School ready to serve as COVID-19 vaccine distribution center

New Trier to mandate COVID-19 screening for in-person learners before it moves to 50% capacity

'Grateful' restaurateurs to get additional funding from Village of Winnetka

Owner will demolish former Glencoe Walgreens to make way for 22,000-square-foot retail and office building

Furniture store Casa Spazio opens in Winnetka's Hubbard Woods Business District

Rosati’s Pizza gets slice of market in Wilmette

Wilmette Village Board approves tax levy with 3.9 percent increase, or $75 per average household

COVID-19 screening program — similar to one used at New Trier High School — coming to Wilmette Public Schools

Wilmette Public Schools to return to hybrid model for one week despite staffing uncertainty

Northfield’s approved tax levy will increase $10,000 property-tax bill by $26, officials say

Glencoe District 35 projects share of property taxes will increase by $109 for $15,000 tax bill

Glencoe D35 lays out plan to provide COVID testing to students and staff returning to classrooms after winter break

New Trier board sets path to 50% in-person learning in January, including adding struggling students right now

Winnetka Public Schools will temporarily pause in-person learning after winter break

Winnetka proposes no increase to property taxes, but an average household will see $179 extra annually in municipal fees

Wilmette School Board OKs second week of in-person pause but denies district's recommendation of going remote through holidays

Locals encouraged to kickoff their holiday shopping on Small Business Saturday, Nov. 28

Taxpayers should see drop in Winnetka Public Schools’ share of property taxes in 2021

New Trier superintendent recommends maintaining current learning model, but board wants another week to think on it

Couple makes sure Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home will stand the test of time

Glencoe will allow local restaurants to pay for next year's liquor licenses in installments

Glencoe’s proposed budget includes $3.6M for capital improvements — which could lead to a bond referendum

North Shore Country Day students create, publish e-book based on summer reading program

Glencoe's Guanajuato upgraded its space just down the street. But no guests are allowed to enjoy it yet.

New cafe Towne & Oak plants roots in Winnetka

Symptomatic or COVID-exposed Wilmette Public Schools students can now get tested by district for $20

Wilmette District 39 will shift to remote learning for the week of Nov. 30

New Trier expects $700,000 bump in property-tax revenue with annual levy increase

New Trier moves closer to more in-person learning, could make decision before end of month

Northfield’s Taco Nano plans to expand into adjacent space

Wilmette library closes to public after staff member tests positive for COVID-19; Glencoe library also closes until further notice

Though closed now, Koya will reopen soon in Wilmette with a new concept

Group of New Trier parents, students to rally for 'Half Day, Every Day' on Saturday, Nov. 14

As restaurants continue to feel the pandemic pain, the Village of Wilmette approves additional relief

Local couple makes video game, graphic novel based on infertility experience — and you can help make them happen

New French immersion program fills void left when French School closed in Winnetka

It's back to school for New Trier, as board members say 'maintaining the status quo is not working'

Election Roundup: Democrats sweep local and Township races; Fair Tax fails; Presidential race still up in the air

New Trier High School officials set special board meeting Wednesday, Nov. 4, to review options to bring students back

Several months and revisions later the Optima development gets its final approval

COVID-19 case at Romona Elementary is Wilmette District 39’s sixth probable case in last week

Northfield will attempt to finish its portion of the Skokie Valley Trail with a dual-path option that leaves 'nature trail' untouched

Nearby villages are looking at revenue bumps from cannabis sales. In '180,' Northfield trustees now want in on the action

New Trier boys outpace Barrington, while Loyola girls take top prize at cross-country regional

Trip to Go Green fair sprouts business idea for New Trier senior

New Trier's in-person pause to continue another week as area COVID numbers remain on rise

'Largest subdivision we've had in several decades': 29-home project on former Hoover Estate land gets Glencoe trustees' approval

New option to work around 'nature trail' and connect Skokie Valley Trail will be discussed Tuesday, Oct. 20

'Once-in-a-generation opportunity' allows Winnetka Park District to trade property and connect Elder and Centennial beaches

New Trier in-person learning to remain on pause through week of Oct. 19

Contactless book drive on Friday, Oct. 16, in Glencoe will support Bernie's Book Bank, at-risk Illinois children

Wilmette District 39 apologies to parents after student finds swastika on digital test

New Trier students head back home after jump in internal, regional COVID-19 cases

Longtime Wilmette resident opens marketing consulting firm

Say what? Technical difficulties force postponement of anticipated public hearing of Winnetka development

Families to help families with Music Institute's fundraiser Oct. 9-11

Glencoe residents lead interior design firm opening shop in Winnetka

Wilmette library to welcome Arshay Cooper — a member of the first all-Black high school rowing team — for first virtual author event

New Trier’s Fontanetta is first AD named to IHSA board

Library worker suffered 'serious' injuries after 'unprovoked' September attack, police say

Greenhouses, igloos and heaters. Whatever works for Glencoe winter dining

Village gives businesses signal boost with 'Distinctly Winnetka'

Wilmette OKs winter-tent permit applications to help restaurants 'battle through the pandemic'

Anonymous donation paves way for Kenilworth fountain restoration

New restaurant 501 Local brings community spirit, ‘creative menu’ to Winnetka

Historic but underutilized Masonic Lodge finally getting overhaul

Loyola's ‘once-in-a-generational’ performing arts center gets Wilmette's round of applause

Dozens of supporters join Otis Campbell on bike ride back to scene of August hate crime