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In what has become a tournament highlight, the Northern Suburban Special Recreation Association (NSSRA) Special Olympics Gator Tennis team took the courts on Monday, July 8 to greet the crowds at the Nielsen Pro Tennis Championship and perform an exhibition prior to opening matches.
Michael Wojtychiw

What: Five-bedroom (plus one in lower level), 4.1-bath home

Where: 920 Bluff St., Glencoe

Megan Bernard

Baseball

New Trier 4, Barrington 0

Andrew Kost and Patrick Jodloman combined to throw a three-hit shutout Saturday, April 20.

New Trier 10, Niles North 0

Kost and John Perkins combined for throw a no-hitter, striking out 12 in an April 16 win.

 

Softball

Loyola 12, Trinity 2

KK Raymond had four RBI and Marisa Michi three in an April 16 road win.

 

Girls lacrosse

Loyola 17, St. Ignatius 1

Michael Wojtychiw
Although Loyola Academy graduated three golfers from last year’s state runner-up team, the Ramblers return many talented golfers.
Fouad Egbaria
This year has been packed with exciting events and celebrations in the Village of Glencoe — all for a great reason, its 150th anniversary!
Megan Bernard
Lake Forest Elementary School District 67 students will soon find themselves taking class in spaces optimized for learning and development.
Fouad Egbaria

What: Five-bedroom, 4.1-bathroom home 

Where: 939 Valley Road, Glencoe 

Amenities: This 2004 home includes architectural details like high ceilings, arched doorways, oversized moldings and French doors opening to the porch and patio. 

The high-end eat-in kitchen features professional stainless steel appliances. The master bedroom includes a fireplace and spa bath. 

Fouad Egbaria
Wow, did that go fast.
Michael Wojtychiw
What: 4-bedroom, 3.2-bathroom home
Fouad Egbaria

This past year, the Glencoe Historical Society celebrated its 80th anniversary as the repository of the history of the village. 

GHS is an all-volunteer organization that serves the public through educational activities, exhibits and original research of Glencoe history as a means of learning from the past to inform the present. 

Megan Bernard

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