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This home, located across from a protected bird sanctuary and designed by architect Paul Konstant, sits on a quiet street close to town.
What: Five-bedroom, 4.1-bath home
Where: 602 South Ave., Glencoe
Amenities: This home — originally built for former Notre Dame Fighting Irish and Candian Football League quarterback Tom Clements’ family — features a two-story front entry and hardwood floors. The approximately 3,600-square-foot home includes four second-floor bedrooms with an au-pair suite on the lower level.
Glencoe 150 Hall of Fame Sesquicentennial dinner was held Saturday, Jan. 26, at the Skokie Country Club.
John Kastl, Glencoe resident, lawyer and former Hollywood actor, served as master of ceremonies.
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Blacksheep General Store, located at 346 Park Ave., opened its doors on Friday, Sept. 26, the latest addition to the downtown business district.
A pedestrian was struck and killed by a train Wednesday, May 29, near the Indian Hill train station in Winnetka, as reported by The Winnetka Current.
Metra was notified at 7:12 p.m. that a Union Pacific North train hit the pedestrian near the station while heading north toward Kenosha, said Sylvia Cooper, a Metra spokesperson.
“The Winnetka Fire Department confirmed the fatality,” she said.
As of press time, details on the victim are not available.
Emily and Elizabeth Hinkler know a thing or two about being identical twins — they live and breathe it every day.
But, being conjoined? Well, that’s a whole different story.
The two actors — originating from the North Shore — were cast in ABC’s “The Good Doctor” as Jenny and Katie, conjoined twins who undergo a separation surgery, a step towards physical independence despite the high risks.