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On Tuesday afternoon, June 13, Northbrook Park District lifeguards performed a successful rescue of a child in the pool at Meadowhill Aquatic Center, 1501 Maple Ave., in Northbrook.
Matthew Yan
A resident of the 2200 block of White Oak Drive reported at 9:39 p.m. on April 14 that unknown person(s) entered their residence and rummaged through belongings.
Martin Carlino
Northbrook Baseball announced May 6 that it will open its own state-of-the-art indoor baseball training facility.
Michal Dwojak
Abby Slovin skated inside the Northbrook Sports Complex on a crisp early December day as if nothing happened.
Michal Dwojak

Three or four burglars crashed a car into Northbrook Court mall at 4:53 a.m. today and drove through to the Louis Vuitton store, where they stole merchandise, according to the Northbrook Police Department.

A member of the mall’s cleaning crew witnessed the 2009 silver Toyota Camry crash through an entrance near Neiman Marcus and drive through to the designer store, where the car then crashed into its doors. The worker alerted mall security, which ultimately called the Northbrook Police Department.

Danielle Tabor
Two vehicles were involved in a major traffic crash at 5:38 a.m. the morning of Friday, March 9, on Dundee Road and Western Avenue, according to Northbrook officials. Per Thomas Moore, a spokesperson for the Northbrook Police Department, one driver was transported to a local hospital with “injuries that are considered to be serious.”
Martin Carlino
Loyola Academy fired its varsity girls soccer coach Craig Snower over allegations of inappropriate or offensive comments toward team members.
Michal Dwojak

What: A five-room ranch home with attached garage

Where: 2215 Oak Ave., Northbrook

Matthew Yan
A female driver, of Northbrook, was taken to the hospital by helicopter after colliding with a semi-truck just after 10 p.m. Friday, Aug. 17, on Route 41 north of Old Elm Road, according to a press release from the Lake Forest Fire Department.
Martin Carlino
An incident in which three students at Glenbrook South and Glenbrook North high schools allegedly posted a video on social media that contained “inappropriate and unacceptable racial content,” is under investigation by local police departments, according to a letter sent to parents by school administrators.
Martin Carlino

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