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An initial police investigation into the strangulation death of attorney Jigar Patel in his office at 1363 Shermer Road late Wednesday indicates Northbrook’s first homicide since 2009 was an isolated incident, Northbrook Police Chief Chuck Wernick said at a crowded press conference Saturday, Dec. 10, at the Northbrook Police Department.
Matthew Yan
Glenbrook North graduate Marley Isaacson went up against students from 60 universities across the country to win a $30,000 YMA Geoffrey Beene scholarship on Jan. 12 in New York City.
Matthew Yan
Catholic clergy members from across Illinois, including Northbrook religious institutions, were accused of sexual misconduct in a 182-page report published Wednesday, March 20, by the Minnesota-based law firm Jeff Anderson and Associates.
Martin Carlino
When rumor had it that restaurateur Guido Oliverii was thinking seriously about retirement, the opportunity to take on a new role at the longtime Northbrook restaurant Trattoria Oliverii filled Katie Keefe with excitement.
Martin Carlino
Winnetka resident and surgeon, Dr. Daphne Denham, has compelling evidence that the same hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBO) she uses to treat wounds in her busy Northbrook private practice can help heal a concussed brain.
Matthew Yan
Prepare to be amazed by this weekend’s 50th anniversary production of Northbrook-On-Ice.
Martin Carlino

The recent discontinuation of a popular children’s theater program in Northbrook has rattled some residents who called the move a "disservice" to the community.

Matthew Yan
A 30-year-old Orland Park woman suffered life-threatening injuries after her SUV rear-ended a parked semi-trailer. Police said Jan. 21 that the driver is in stable condition.
Megan Bernard
Five people suffered life-threatening injuries after a semi-trailer truck failed to stop Sunday afternoon and crashed into four vehicles on Interstate 94 in Northbrook, according to a press release from Illinois State Police.
Martin Carlino
Nearly 500 Glenbrook North students plan to participate in a non-political demonstration March 14, at GBN. District 225 administrators are aware of the planned action, but stressed students who elect to participate in the demonstration will be subject to school rules and attendance procedures as outlined in the Student-Parent Handbook.
Martin Carlino

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