When Northbrook’s third Village Hall opened in 1928, residents likely figured it would serve the community’s needs well into the future.
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10:52 am CST December 19, 2017 Opinion, Contributing Columnists
One story about Hope Union Church from the Northbrook Historical Society’s archives states that without plaster on the walls and with a wood stove providing the heat, local residents gathered to worship in their new and unfinished non-denominational church for the first time on a cold Christmas Eve in 1892.
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2:12 am CDT May 21, 2015 Opinion, Contributing Columnists
The time has come … I have decided to bow out of my writing responsibilities for The Northbrook Tower’s North Shore Mom column.
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