Art teachers tend to focus on helping their students grow into better artists rather than basking in the glow of their own work.
Oct. 31 2:26 p.m. |
Instead of taking out a bank loan, Davros and Koder turned to crowdfunding, an increasingly popular type of lending that funds businesses through loans provided by the community.
Oct. 29 12:27 p.m. |
The following incidents were listed in the official reports of the Lincolnwood Police Department. Readers are reminded that an arrest by police does not constitute a finding of guilt; only a court of law can make that determination.
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Turkey Trotters are getting their running shoes ready for the fast-approaching 38th Annual Lincolnwood Turkey Trot on Nov. 23.
Oct. 27 5:20 p.m. |
At 23 years old, Lincolnwood native Eric Ronning is making waves as a successful inventor in the mechanical engineering industry.
Oct. 24 6 a.m. |
The army veteran-turned animal rights activist has been active with PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) for many years, and this month Alpert was named as one of seven finalists in the organization’s “Sexiest Vegan Over 50” contest.
Oct. 23 12:10 p.m. |
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. |
A plan to give the barren Devon Avenue Corridor area a makeover was set in motion this week by village trustees.
Oct. 22 4:20 p.m. |
Notes from School District 219.
Oct. 21 5:08 p.m. |
Pioneer Press Staff
Niles Township District 219 school board members Monday, Oct. 20, approved a tentative 2014 tax levy of $124.1 million—about a 2.1 percent increase from last year’s $121.5 million levy for its operating fund.
Oct. 21 4:25 p.m. |