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Patrick Duncan’s timely goal pushes Lyons past New Trier
Dara Laja, Loyola ground out win against Fenwick
Dara Laja, Loyola ground out win against Fenwick
What happened in Wilmette this week?
Watch: Fenwick football vs. Loyola Academy
Pope Francis names Blase Cupich as Chicago archbishop
New Trier rolls Deerfield for best start since 1996
Third pub crawl makes effort a charitable tradition
Wilmette resident running for cancer care and research
Wilmette property transfers: Home in Wilmette sells for $1,105,000
October concert guide for suburban Chicago
Famed furniture designer visits New Trier
New Trier girls golfer Louise McCulloch proves a quick learner
Loyola football team knows where it needs to improve
Talks to combine NSC, CSL, MSL for football appear dead
College notes: Nicole Amari, Carly Manso chipping in for Ohio women’s soccer team
Family Friendly: Evanston celebration kicks off Hispanic Heritage Month
Movies: ‘The Skeleton Twins’ reviewed, along with new, recent films
Movie Review: Romantic ‘Eleanor Rigby’ tells half the story
New Trier School Board approves $110.5M ’14-’15 budget
7 free Wilmette events in the next 2 weeks
Lambrecht’s renovation pleases patrons, proprietors
Things to do around Wilmette this weekend, Sept. 19-21
Love Essentially: The good we can take from the Ray Rice videotape
Cool back-to-school looks for fall’s cool days

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Sydney Martin rocks the beach for LCH News
Sydney Martin rocks the beach for LCH
Bright sunshine, crisp, late-summer temperature just warm enough to make outdoor events pleasant, the only clouds in the sky decorative and fluffy – Sydney Martin couldn’t have asked for a more glorious day than Sunday to hold her “Rock the Beach” fundraiser.
Sept. 16 3:42 p.m. |
Labor Day no day for labor, contractor finds News
Labor Day no day for labor, contractor finds
Here’s a pop quiz for building contractors in Wilmette. If you’ve got a construction job to complete, and there’s a holiday coming up, do you down tools for a day off or decide to use the holiday efficiently by making it a day like any other for you and your employees?
Sept. 11 9:48 a.m. |
Friday storm hits Wilmette power lines, trees
The windy thunderstorm system that blew across Chicago and its suburbs Friday afternoon toppled almost a dozen trees in Wilmette, downed power lines across the village and, as of shortly past 4 p.m., left more than 1,300 Wilmette and Kenilworth customers without power.
Sept. 5 4:34 p.m. |
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