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Classes were underway at the time.
The Village refutes the notion, set form in an editorial by 22nd Century Media.
Also, radio personality Kathy Hart wants to open a restaurant and Duran Duran's locally-based fan club gets sued.
Public is welcome to free summer celebration on August 7 at the North Suburban YMCA, 2705 Techny Road in Northbrook.
Also, a man was arrested in Evanston for driving around with a loaded weapon and body armor.
A man was also accused of assaulting a paramedic who came to his aid.
The street, which opened to traffic July 3, had been closed after the railroad bridge over it collapsed in July of 2012.
The storms could produce hail up to two inches in diameter, wind gusts in excess of 70 mph, torrential rainfall and localized flooding, frequent cloud-to-ground lightning and the possibility
There's also a lawsuit against Trader Joe's among the top stories last week on North Shore area Patch sites.
Crain’s Chicago Business takes an interesting, in-depth look at the two decommissioned bases to see why one ‘soared and the other staggered.’
There was also a strange story of a man who got arrested while trying to buy a couch and West Nile virus arrives on the North Shore.
The Highland Park mom will have her right kidney removed next week and transplanted into her son, who had both of his removed because of a rare disease.
Don't miss the main parade, the children's bike parade, concert and, of course, fireworks.
The weekly market runs June 21-Oct. 11.
For the first time in more than 13 years, there will be a full moon on Friday the 13th.
His landlord says the rapper, who has run afoul of the law in the past, was not evicted, but the sheriff’s office disagrees.
Also, a charter bus filled with kids caught fire and Homemade Pizza abruptly closed. These and other stories were among the most read in the area last week.
The Glen Town Center's new owners and a decision on GBS-GBN boundary changes also made the list.