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The occupant of a Glencoe home – found to be holding 35 dogs, well in excess of limits allowed in Village ordinance – was charged with six misdemeanor counts, according to a Glencoe Department of Public Safety release from May 18.
Jeanne Harper, the occupant of the home in the 800 block of Greenwood Avenue, faces three charges relating to owner’s duties to companion animals and three charges relating to cruel treatment of companion animals.
For Jeannie Boehm, it’s all in the family.
Her parents, Rodger and Susan, met in 1985 at Harvard University, where they both attended graduate school. One of her four older brothers played basketball at Harvard (while three others also played a sport in college, including one currently in the Ivy League).
Things are looking up for the Cubs, but not necessarily the Cubs you might be thinking of.
Andrew Berlin, a longtime Glencoe resident and Chairman and CEO of Berlin Packaging, purchased the South Bend Silver Hawks in 2011, then the Class A affiliate of Major League Baseball’s Arizona Diamondbacks.
“Rock the Ramblers” read the banner unfurled by the Maine South cheerleaders just before the kickoff of their under-the-lights encounter with invading Loyola Academy.
Instead, it was the Ramblers who rocked around the clock on Friday, Sept. 4, activating a running clock early in the third quarter as they rolled to a 49-8 victory over a team that was presumed to be a formidable foe.
Loyola drove 80 yards to score on its first possession and take a 7-0 first quarter lead. By halftime, the Ramblers were on top 35-0.