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Blood drive honors former public safety officer

June 12, 2017 by Emma Palatnik, Editorial Intern News, Village

The Glencoe fire station garage was filled with beds, snacks, stress balls, coolers and bags of blood for the Glencoe Public Safety blood drive on June 1.

Chief Deputy Mary Saikin organized the blood drive that...

Glencoe residents remember veterans

May 30, 2017 by Hilary Anderson, Freelance Reporter News, Village

Freedom is never cheap. That message rang true as Glencoe residents gathered at Veterans Memorial Park on Memorial Day, Monday, May 29, to remember those heroes who served their country and made the ultimate sacrifice. 


Ships sail and sink at Glencoe’s inaugural cardboard regatta

June 26, 2017 by Alexandra Greenwald, Freelance Reporter News, Village

The sun was bright over Perlman Boating Beach Saturday afternoon as ten intrepid sailors launched into Lake Michigan in front of the beached sailboats — in slightly less seaworthy vessels.

Glencoe Park District’s...

From the Village: Car burglaries, thefts on rise in Glencoe

News, Village

In recent weeks, Glencoe has experienced numerous vehicle burglaries and vehicle thefts during the overnight hours. All of the targeted vehicles had been left unlocked by the owners. Thieves are finding an abundance of unlocked...

Glencoe vendors bring it all to the table at annual sidewalk sale

by Emma Palatnik, Editorial Intern News, Village

Artists, local stores, restaurants and other vendors surrounded Glencoe’s streets for the annual sidewalk sale.

As per tradition, the Glencoe Chamber of Commerce held the sidewalk sale in the last weekend of June.


News From Your Neighbors: Northfielders urged to take precautions amid burglary increases

by Staff Report News, Village


Northfielders urged to take precautions amid burglary increases 

During the Village of Northfield’s June 20 board meeting, Police Chief William...