• GBN attacker James McFarland (left) scores a goal in a game during the 2013-2014 season. 22nd century media file photo

    Going Places: McFarland to score goals at Williams College

    July 22, 2014 By Fouad Egbaria, Assistant Editor Sports

    When the 2014 season at Glenbrook North came to a close, he had 78 goals to his name.

  • Residents, Red Seal argue their case on Mission Hills

    July 22, 2014 By Neil Milbert, Staff Writer News, Village

    Hundreds of residents from Mission Hills Country Club Village and from surrounding neighborhoods protested at a Cook County Zoning Board of Appeals hearing on Monday, July 21, at the Glenbrook Nort

  • Four-year-old Evan Schack (left) and 1-year-old Sydney Schack, of Northbrook, enjoy ice cream and watermelon at Sundae in the Park, hosted by the Northbrook Historical Society and local Dairy Queen in honor of their 40th anniversaries on Sunday, July 20, at Village Green Park. Scott Margolin/22nd Century Media

    NB Historical Society, Dairy Queen celebrate 40th anniversaries

    July 21, 2014 By Danielle Perlin, Staff Writer News, Life & Arts

    Cooling off with Dairy Queen sundaes, community residents sported sunglasses and hats while relaxing on picnic benches and lawn chairs, listening to the Northbrook Symphony Orchestra’s Brass Quinte

  • GLASA athlete Ben Spengel (left), 17, of Northbrook, dances with Push America biker Francis Ahrens, 21, of Missouri, at the NSYMCA on July 15. PHOTOS BY DAYNA FIELDS/22ND CENTURY MEDIA

    NSYMCA hosts party for Push America, GLASA athletes

    July 21, 2014 By Dayna Fields, Editor News, Life & Arts

    About 30 bike riders from the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity descended upon Northbrook July 15 at the North Suburban YMCA, where they were greeted with smiles from young athletes of the Great Lakes Adapti

  • Pictured is the first slide of the updated Waterway presentation and proposal. PHOTO SUBMITTED

    Plan Commission: Divisive 5-4 vote a blow to Waterway proposal

    July 17, 2014 By Dayna Fields, Editor News

    A “no” vote isn’t going to stop Waterway, according to Michael Goldman, vice president of site development.