• Northbrook animal control officer Gina Manski (left to right), volunteer Bill Kirkpatrick and crime analyst Millie Gomez stand in front of Dunkin’ Donuts May 20 in Glenview. Matt Yan/22nd Century Media

    Police, volunteers raise money for Special Olympics

    May 24, 2016 By Matt Yan, Editor Life & Arts
    Commuters driving past Dunkin’ Donuts on Willow Road last Friday, May 20, should have been greeted by the sight of police officers perched on the rooftop.
  • Maura Quirey (left) and Gail Brown head for the finish line at the Lew Blond 5K run at Maple School on Saturday, May 21, in Northbrook. David Kraus/22nd Century Media

    Annual Lew Blond 5K raises money to fight ALS

    May 24, 2016 By Courtney Jacquin, Assistant Editor Life & Arts
    Runners from Glenview and Northbrook raced away with most of the awards in both the 16th annual Lew Blond Memorial 5K and the one-mile kids’ run at Northbrook’s Maple School on Saturday, May 21.
  • Hannah Wilson competes in the Class 3A 200-meter dash preliminary competition on Friday, May 20, at the IHSA Track and Field State Finals in Charleston. Douglas Cottle/PhotoNews

    Girls Track and Field: Wilson finishes historic season with two state medals

    May 23, 2016 By Daniel L. Chamness, Freelance Reporter Sports, High School
    Glenbrook North only had one athlete at the Illinois High School Association Class 3A State Finals. But, that lone athlete, Hannah Wilson, was good enough to earn two medals.
  • Dan Humphrey, meat and seafood director at Sunset Foods, rides his “Cap’n Dan” float in the Fourth of July Parade. 22nd Century Media File Photo

    Summer Fun Guide: 51 fun things to do in Glenview and Northbrook

    May 18, 2016 By Staff report News
    Congratulations, Northbrook; you made it through another Chicagoland winter.
  • Northbrook Junior High’s Emily Erickson plays the flute with her classmates at a special concert set up for her in her front yard May 18. Erickson had missed the final band concert and organizers brought the band to her. Courtney Jacquin/22nd Century Media

    Northbrook Junior High community gives eighth-grader special final band concert

    May 23, 2016 By Courtney Jacquin, Assistant Editor News
    When eighth-grader Emily Erickson learned she would need a kidney transplant at the end of her final year at Northbrook Junior High, there were two things she was most upset about potentially missing: graduation, and her final band concert.

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