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Bears kicker Robbie Gould promotes charity at Lincolnwood Meatheads
Devon area corridor to receive makeover
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Target offers free shipping on all holiday items
D219 school notes: Partial solar eclipse, next board meeting
Play evokes the daily nightmare of child sex abuse
D219 approves $124.1M tax levy
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Chicago tops list of best mobile performing cities
Northwestern University revisits ‘Laramie Project’ events
Stay injury free as you push to the finals
Stale Popcorn Podcast: ‘Walking Dead’ novelist Jay Bonansinga chews the zombie fat
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Biz Notes: Jeffrey J. Anderson appointed president, CEO of Lake Forest College Graduate School of Management
College notes: Glass gets it done in goal for Lawrence
Movie Review: Michael Keaton flies high in ‘Birdman’
Police Blotter: Lincolnwood police make theft, drug and DUI charges
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Chicago Sun-Times launches medical marijuana tracking project
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Paul Sassone: When did Halloween come with safety warnings?
Randy Blaser: Obama gives me a case of the uh-oh’s
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The Unemployee drives in for second run
All four New Trier entrants advance to girls tennis state tournament
Dangerous intersection data causes concern over Skokie, Morton Grove pedestrian safety
Maine East’s Yamat leads IHSA state golf after one round
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Residents protest O’Hare noise, demand talks with Emanuel
Footage of Lincolnwood native Jim Irsay’s arrest released
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D219 approves $124.1M tax levy
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. |
Stay injury free as you push to the finals Local Voices
Stay injury free as you push to the finals
Whether you are cheering for the Trevians, Spartans, Wildkits or another favorite team, the time has come to root loudly for the North Shore student athletes participating in fall sports. But with all the twists, pivots and jumps come a greater risk of injury. We need to be diligent about keeping these young athletes injury-free on the field and on the court.
Oct. 21 11 a.m. |


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