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Rocky Miller Park project facts Government
Rocky Miller Park project facts
In June of 2013, Northwestern University officials announced plans to upgrade Rocky Miller Park, which has housed Wildcats baseball since 1943 and was last renovated in 1983, with the help of a challenge grant from the family of Roxy Pepper, a northwestern alumna, and Miller’s daughter.
Oct. 21 9:50 a.m. |
Police link Wilmette robbery to Oct. 7 Skokie heist News
Police link Wilmette robbery to Oct. 7 Skokie heist
In both cases, the cameras show a smiling woman. In the Wilmette incident the offender wears a red sweatshirt over what appears to be another hooded sweat shirt that covers her head; pictures from the Skokie robbery show a woman whose face is partially obstructed by both a sweatshirt hood and a billed cap.
Oct. 15 3:15 p.m. |
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