Megan Bernard

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Megan Bernard is a co-founder and the managing editor who directs day-to-day journalism of The Record. Megan is a former editor of The Winnetka Current and The Glencoe Anchor. She was the recipient of multiple scholarships at Illinois State University and also spent time as a communications professional at New Trier High School.

Recent Stories

Electric go-karts fuel curiosity in New Trier's revamped automotive course

News Briefs: Writer Theatre's film premiere; Gillson Beach's Sunday cleanup; New Trier's May 23 virtual 5k

Surprise! Pizza Pies for Headlines is back for one more week thanks to Napolita Pizzeria in Wilmette

The Show Must Go On: New Trier’s Menz Dance pivots to parking garage for annual performance

News Briefs: Ravinia lineup; Regina state scholars; Winnetka-Northfield Library's strategic planning

Pizza Pies for Headlines partner for its fourth week is … North Shore Pizza Company!

Are You Thirsty For More?: Behind-the-scenes stories and footage from 'Home Alone' will highlight Winnetka Historical Society gala

News Briefs: Raiders raise $16K for Alzheimer's research; Free small business assistance panel; Native plant sale at Gillson

Pizza Pies for Headlines partner for its third week is ... Lou Malnati's!

Despite local bans, villages and sustainability groups still seek relief from gas-powered leaf blowers

News Briefs: Trevs take third at National Japan Bowl; Glencoe Boy Scouts tweak spaghetti fundraiser; Local student accolades

The Flower Shop in Glencoe thanks customers with 'floral bomb'

Second Pizza Wednesday host is ... Marco Roma! Support the pizzeria and The Record on April 28

News Briefs: New Trier teacher earns top honor; Household Hazardous Waste dropoff details; Author to discuss importance of trees

The Record to deliver pizza-night fundraising series starting Wednesday, April 21, at Grateful Bites

Newcomers gain victory in Sunset Ridge D29 school board race

Glencoe voters authorize $10M bond issuance for village improvements

Wilmette's first restaurant month promotes local eateries after 'a very tough year'

News Briefs: Winnetka church's April workout challenge; Family Service of Glencoe's upcoming benefit; Trevians' cooking fundraiser

Heading to Glencoe Beach this summer? So are 5,525 pass-holders — and counting

Nursery school students learn the importance of giving back during the pandemic

News Briefs: Ravinia reopens for 2021 season; New Trier Science Olympiad heads to state; Household-item drive set for April 10

Glencoe Park District's largest-ever grant — $2.5 million — will go toward renovating Watts Center

Two squad cars struck in police pursuit of suspects who reportedly stole Glencoe Public Works equipment

News Briefs: Writers Theatre to continue streaming shows; New Trier seeks nominations for alumni awards

Public is welcome to attend free author talk in honor of Women's History Month

Well-attended spring Rummage Sale not going to happen once again in Winnetka

100-plus volunteers offer help to book vaccines for Wilmette's seniors, less-mobile community

News Briefs: Wilmette musicians earn honors at prestigious competition; Three Trevs excel at national Chinese essay contest

'Shark Tank' investor takes a bite out of Glencoe-based snack company Quevos — and business has doubled

Glencoe Library takes curbside service up a notch with smart locker system

Faith in solar: Kenilworth Union Church among first places of worship on North Shore to use solar energy

Ash Wednesday still a go on the North Shore thanks to paint brushes, to-go packages and live streams

Heated blanket is expected cause of Wilmette house fire, fire chief says

The dog days of Wilmette? Second dog park planned and a third is being considered

Northview Bank opens on Willow Road after three years of construction

Boy Scouts get creative, local crews get to work after 12 inches of snow blankets the North Shore

One year later: Contracted janitor remains at large after allegedly recording in Sunset Ridge School bathroom

Glencoe couple launches fitness hub, book to ‘beat the workout pandemic blues’

Students, staff 'happy' to return to North Shore Country Day campus

Annual MLK Jr. Day of Service goes virtual with Sunday workshop, at-home project

Northfield's longtime police chief Bill Lustig on medical leave

New Trier students influence taqueria to open location in Winnetka

Wilmette native competes on Trebek's final 'Jeopardy!' episode, which airs today