WILMETTE — Four months ago, 11-year-old Ryan Novosel was reading the latest Guinness Book of World Records that he and twin brother Luke received for Christmas. He happened upon a particularly interesting record – the most twins in the same academic year at one school.
WINNETKA — Hoping to provide a community and national service, five juniors from New Trier High School teamed up in support of United States Troops serving overseas.
WILMETTE — Police have charged a Wilmette man with burglary after the person whose car he allegedly rummaged through confronted him in the act.
Mark O. Leondorf, 19, of 930 Greenleaf Ave., was arrested Tuesday and held overnight for a May 15 bond hearing.
WINNETKA — New Trier High School’s plan to install a larger backstop net at Duke Childs Baseball Field could be waved home if the village council approves the plan next month.
Chicago Zoological Society officials say three Brookfield Zoo bottlenose dolphins are pregnant. Officials say Allie, 26, Tapeko, 31, and Spree, 10, are due to give birth this summer and fall.
Barbara Richmond was working her regular front desk shift at the Wilmette Park District’s Centennial Park tennis club when she heard an explosive bang from the tennis courts behind her. It was the east wall of the club tumbling down.
WILMETTE — Wilmette Police have charged a Chicago woman in connection with a May 15 hit-and-run case in which she is alleged to have driven away from a traffic confrontation with another woman hanging on to her car.
May 20, 1988 is the day that many North Shore residents say their faith in the safety of their children’s school was damaged. That was the day that Laurie Dann, 30, who grew up in Glencoe, went on her rampage.
WILMETTE — A Saturday presentation for people with Type 1 Diabetes and their supporters will allow them to hear about the latest research on the disease, and find out about technology advances aimed at improving life for those who live with it. The May 18 …
WILMETTE — Wilmette police are hunting for a woman who apparently drove away from a Lake Avenue fender-bender Wednesday, with another woman hanging on to the side of her vehicle.
The May 15 incident started as a minor traffic accident shortly after noon on the …
WILMETTE — When it comes to birds and bees, Sallie Smith finds the latter tends to be attracted to the former’s homes in her courtyard garden in Wilmette.
WILMETTE — Two Wilmette Park District commissioners bid goodbye Monday, and two new commissioners took their place on the dais, as the board held its first meeting since last month’s elections.
Commissioners Darrell Graham and Mike Murdock stepped down after serving from 2007 and 2009 …
WILMETTE — Wilmette park district officials believe they can shoot for a June 8 opening at Centennial Pool, now that they and insurance adjusters have agreed on a repair plan for the Centennial complex’s storm-damaged east wall.
Shortly after becoming Wilmette’s village board president Chris Canning had an epiphany about the nature of governmental communication in the age of instant feedback.
He’s humble, but if you ask Ulises Acosta, 18, to break into a song, the Wilmette Theatre Actor’s Training Center repertory student will do just that. Acting and singing are passions.
NORTHBROOK — Amy O’Leary started her new position as executive director of Youth Services at the McLennan Center for Youth this week. She previously served as the director of Haven Youth & Family Services in Wilmette. She replaces Nancy Bloom, who officially retired after 24 years of service.