The following items were discussed and/or action was taken at the village of Lincolnwood board of Trustees meeting on Oct. 21.
Chicago Bears kicker Robbie Gould signed autographs for nearly 400 fans at the Lincolnwood Meatheads location the night of Tuesday, Oct. 21.
Oct. 22 4:31 p.m. |
Lake Forest Graduate School of Management, announced that its board has appointed Jeffrey J. Anderson as the 5th President and CEO of the graduate school
Help Squad invites savvy readers to share money-saving tips on credit cards, phones, Internet and cable services.
Halloween is coming. With Halloween comes trick-or-treating. And trick-or-treating comes with warnings, such as: Accept only wrapped and packaged candy; Stay within your neighborhood and only go to homes you know;
Go out in daylight. The implication is that trick-or-treating might be dangerous.
Oct. 20 10 a.m. |
More and more lately, when President Obama says stuff, I think to myself, “Uh-oh.”
Oct. 20 8 a.m. |
The Trevians finished one-two in doubles at the New Trier sectional as Laura Swenson and Catherine MacKinnon beat Tess Lubin and Nikki Katz in the final.
Oct. 19 3:55 a.m. |
Eric Van Dril
Maine East senior Orion Yamat leads the boys event while the Hinsdale Central boys and girls both find themselves in position to win team titles.
Oct. 17 7:51 p.m. |
In addition to the story about the Connecticut Huskies recruit, the notebook includes stories about New Trier, Glenbrook North, Glenbrook South, Evanston and Niles West programs.
Oct. 17 7:01 a.m. |
Eric Van Dril
The Wolves senior receiver had 22 catches for 374 yards and seven touchdowns before suffering the season-ending injury in practice.
Oct. 16 9:39 p.m. |