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Park Board: Progress on Activity Center continues forward
D30: Officials approve 2020 budget with $833K deficit
Northbrook Plan Commission considers zoning implications for potential cannabis businesses
Proposed development at Willow-Pfingsten intersection heads for third Glenview Plan Commission public hearing
D225 officials talk insurance, approve traditional 2020-21 calendar
GW Properties eyeing commercial development at northwest corner of Willow-Pfingsten intersection
Park District’s new Activity Center earns Net Zero Energy Building Designation
District 28 to form Communications Advisory Committee
Northbrook Police Department announces Labor Day enforcement numbers
Northbrook Village Board: Trustees approve intergovernmental agreement for multi-use path on Shermer
Park Board: Officials will work ‘in every way possible’ to see if Northbrook Days can return to downtown area
Village trustees working on ‘broad parameters’ for affordable housing plans in Northbrook
Glenview Plan Commission: Locals voice opposition to development at Willow-Pfingsten intersection
D225: ‘Traditional’ 2020-21 school calendar nearing approval
D31: 2019-20 tentative budget approved with 2.8 percent increase in spending
Northbrook Plan Commission: Culver’s proposal, with electronic ground sign, gets approval
U.S. Rep. Schneider leads storytime at library, visits Collaboratory
Culver’s proposal moves forward after second public hearing
Proposal for new Northbrook 7-Eleven reemerges, with initial concerns still unaddressed
D28 officials estimate $10K cost to record meetings
Inaugural ‘Friday Night Flights’ set for Sept. 6
D225: GBS, GBN principals provide brief staffing updates in 15-minute meeting
New superintendent Johns eager to continue D225’s tradition of excellence
29-home development set to be built in northwest Glenview, near Northbrook border
D30 officials support ‘conservative’ 2019-20 tentative budget