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Northbrook police and school officials are reviewing allegations of abuse made by Northbrook native Aaron Wulf in a 585-page manifesto he issued to media outlets before he killed his parents and then himself in Las Vegas last week.
Matthew Yan
Police received a report from a resident who witnessed a subject break the front passenger window of a park vehicle and enter it at 12:10 p.m. on Aug. 23 in the 1700 block of Techny Road. In the next 24 hours, police received ten more reports of vehicle break-ins.
Martin Carlino
Eleven Glenbrook North student-athletes fulfilled their dreams on May 1 first when they signed their letters of intent to play collegiate sports.
Michal Dwojak
A vacancy in Northbrook’s downtown area, due to the closure of Drumstix Market, is one the Village hopes will be filled both in a timely manner and by another restaurant.
Martin Carlino
At first sight, North Shore residents Hallie Bodman and Liz Hayward might not strike the average observer as top-tier athletes. The two seem like average residents, but the same can’t be said when they’re on the paddle tennis court.
Matthew Yan

The North Suburban Special Education School District had much to celebrate at its Association of Parents and Staff’s 13th annual Best Practice Awards on April 15 at North Shore Academy in Highland Park.
Teachers and students from Northbrook Junior High School, Highland Park High School and Glenbrook South High School were recognized at the Best Practice Awards for promoting the inclusion of children with special needs into their schools’ programs.

Dayna Fields
Maintaining a “hot moms list,” telling a player he would kick her in the vagina and constantly commenting on players’ attractiveness are just some of the accusations made against former Loyola Academy girls soccer coach Craig Snower.
Michal Dwojak

Brandon LaBunski doesn’t get much rest these days. Most afternoons he can be found running sprints in a field near his home, or lifting weights at Glenbrook North. 

The recent graduate isn’t just getting in shape for the sake of it — he’s preparing his mind and body to play Division I football at the University of Dayton this fall.

Riley Simpson
Guests of Northbrook Court will have a new experience to entice them this fall as the shopping center plans to debut Northbrook Play, a brand-new, “museum-quality” nature-themed children’s play space.
Martin Carlino
Ari J. Milat, 20, of Northbrook, was charged with unlawful delivery of cannabis, unlawful possession of cannabis and improper lane usage at 12:28 a.m. Dec. 14 in the intersection of Dundee and Waukegan Roads.
Martin Carlino

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