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Tasha Franklin, of Northbrook, was fatally struck by a vehicle late Friday afternoon in Glenview.

According to a release from the Glenview Police Department, Franklin, 43, was standing behind a stopped vehicle in the roadway at 4:18 p.m. in the intersection of Milwaukee Avenue and Sanders Road when she was struck by a vehicle traveling north on Sanders Road. 

Martin Carlino
Paul Chanan already had a problem to solve when he became the Willows Academy Director of Athletics, but he knew how he’d solve it.
Michal Dwojak
Nathan Ross spent his childhood at the movies. Today, he is the man behind the silver screen.
Matthew Yan
A pedestrian was struck and killed by an Amtrak train at 9:03 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 17 at the Northbrook Metra station.
Martin Carlino

Roughly 30 Mission Hills residents boarded a bus headed to the Cook County Zoning Board of Appeals meeting in downtown Chicago on Sept. 17. In the board room, they waited to hear the fate of the back nine holes of their beloved 18-hole golf course.
Unfortunately, it didn't take long for ZBA Chairman Kevin Freeman to shoot down the residents' objection that the golf course is covered by a "planned urban development" ordinance from 1971 that would require its 781 homeowners to consent to any building project, such as Red Seal's proposed 137 condos, duplexes and town homes.

Dayna Fields
Selling The Book Bin was the easiest decision Janis Irvine ever made, and the hardest thing she ever did. Irvine officially transferred ownership of her business to store manager Allison Mengarelli on Sept. 22, marking the end of her 43-year career as co-owner.
Chris Pullam
Northbrook’s Unger family loves Halloween. And it’s easy to see their affinity for All Hallow’s Eve by simply gazing at their front lawn.
Martin Carlino
It all started with a quick email.
Martin Carlino
Joe Klein didn’t stumble when he faced adversity.
Michal Dwojak
It all started as a prank. Fifteen years ago, a group of Glenbrook South and Glenbrook North students raided the McDonald’s at Glenview’s Plaza del Prado in an attempt to buy every burger the staff could make. Nowadays, the tables have turned.
Martin Carlino

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