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Illinois voters are being asked whether spending on transportation programs, enforcement, and infrastructure should be protected under the Illinois Constitution.
Fouad Egbaria
7:30 p.m. Friday, May 9, at Writers Theatre: “Next to Normal” (more showtimes, at 7:30 p.m., throughout the week)
Megan Bernard

What: Five bedrooms, 4.5 baths 

Where: 600 Stonegate Terrace, Glencoe

Megan Bernard
The Glencoe Public Library Board of Trustees appointed a new round of board committee chairs during its regular meeting on Wednesday, June 21.
Sarah Haider

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The gang talks a huge win for Highland Park football, discuss a 5-1 record and anthem-kneeling with Loyola coach John Holecek, guess between GBS's coach Schoenwetter and iconic UM coach Bo Schembechler in CoachSpeak, preview this week's games and the looming playoffs, and they do not forget about HPHS volleyball or local golf champs.

 

Michael Wojtychiw
Coming into last season’s Guerin Prep Yuletide Classic, not much was expected of the Regina Dominican basketball team.
Michael Wojtychiw
New Trier High School students ushered in the holidays by creating a seasonal display for Westfield Old Orchard Shopping Center. In return, they got a real-life lesson in marketing.
Fouad Egbaria

Pamela Porter Gee, a New Trier graduate, 74, died in Lexington on Sept. 1, surrounded by family. She was in the fifth year of her courageous battle with ovarian cancer. Gee served as president of Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Bluegrass, the Lexington Medical Society Auxiliary and Baby Health Service, which provides free healthcare to children who do not have medical insurance. She also worked as manager and buyer for the gift shops at St. Joseph Hospital and St.

Megan Bernard
We all know Santa Claus is going to be a hungry guy this Christmas. Even though St. Nick has been doing it for countless years, sleighing around the world can be a tough job.
Fouad Egbaria

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