Cook County Sheriff Tom Dark shared his memories of James Foley, the journalist beheaded in Syria.
Aug. 20 2:22 p.m. |
Aggrego News Service
After taking a two-year hiatus after the birth of her twins (aside from posting a new song on YouTube each week for the year-long Real Women/Real Songs project), Alice Peacock is back on the road.
Readers are reminded that an arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt. Only a court of law can make that determination.
Aug. 19 9:48 a.m. |
Pioneer Press Staff
When Matt Strauss was a West Virginia University student, his experience as a soccer coach for kids from a poor community and a drive through Chicago’s South Side on his way home for a visit convinced the Wilmette native he wanted to help kids from the city’s impoverished neighborhoods.
Arts & Entertainment
Aug. 19 8:29 a.m. |
Children living in New Trier Township interested in joining the cast of “Shrek the Musical” are invited to attend auditions held the first week of September in Winnetka.
Aug. 18 10:31 a.m. |
The summer months annually mark an uptick in the number of stolen bicycle reports Wilmette police field, and this year is no different.
Aug. 18 10:26 a.m. |
What’s happening in Ferguson, Mo., is a warning sign for the road that America is on and an indication of where we are headed unless we address the festering issue of the disparity between blacks and whites in America.
Aug. 18 9:24 a.m. |
What happened in Wilmette over the past week.
Aug. 16 9 a.m. |
The Kenilworth Park District Board decided unanimously to put off a referendum until April on increasing property taxes to buy and maintain the Kenilworth Assembly Hall building at 410 Kenilworth Ave.
Aug. 15 8:26 p.m. |
The longtime leader of the Evans Scholars Program, Jim Moore, has died