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Northbrook Village Board: Glenview Blaze eyes Northbrook for new training facility
North Shore towns required to address affordable housing shortages
Incumbent members file re-election bids for D225 board
Three candidates file for Northbrook Village Board; Ross, Hebl and incumbent Israel to run uncontested
Year in Review: 2018 filled with highlights for Park District
Year in Review 2018: District 225 keeps referendum promises
Year in Review 2018: Village achieved ‘diversity of accomplishments’ in 2018
From the Village: New no left turn restriction on Meadow Road at Dundee road effective Jan. 2
D31: Finalized levy a tick higher than tentative proposal
D30: Double-digit tax levy finalized
District 31 denies request for letter addressed to Winkelman principal; Tower appeals decision
Park Board: Commissioners approve levy at 5.7 percent increase
News Briefs: GBN alumnus announces run for Glenview Village Board
D27: Tax levy calls for near 4 percent increase
Northbrook Court updates could cost $250 million, developers say
D225: Tax levy approved with 4.4 percent increase
D31: Requested tax levy calls for 5.1 percent increase
Park District eyeing 2020 for opening of new 44K-square-foot activity center
D30: Board approves double-digit estimated tax levy
Northbrook Village Board: Residents overwhelmingly support minimum-wage increase, but trustees delay action
D225 board rebukes potential state resolution to arm teachers
D225: Board unanimously rejects collegiate-style calendar for 2019-20 school year
Election 2018: Gabel retains 18th House District seat
Election 2018: Morgan wins 58th District in landslide
Election 2018: Morrison defeats Davie in campaign ‘lacking civility’

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