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  • Commercial composting could be coming to suburbs

     
    Winnetka Talk reports: Could Glencoe be the first town in Illinois to pick up organic waste from residences and haul it away for composting? That …...
  • Cook County issues West Nile Virus advisory

     
    Winnetka-Glencoe Patch reports: After finding evidence of West Nile Virus in the area, the Cook County Department of Public Health is advising residents to wear …...
  • Welcome Home: Navy Seaman Returns to Winnetka

     
    Winnetka Patch reports: Clutching an American flag and anxiously checking her cell phone, 18-year-old Mary Molitor waited at Erickson Woods on Friday with friends and …...
  • Monday marks deadline for property tax appeals

     
    Winnetka-Glencoe Patch reports: With recent floodwater creeping up and U.S. economy trickling down, it might be worth taking a second look at your property value …...
  • Borders’ Bust Brings a Boon to Indie Rivals

     
    Winnetka-Glencoe Patch reports: Roberta Rubin can in no way celebrate the demise of the Borders bookstore chain. All booksellers, large and small, operate in a …...
  • Conversation on Storm Water Management, Sewer Protection Continues in Winnetka Village Council

     
    Winnetka-Glencoe Patch reports: In the wake of this summer’s record-breaking rainfall, protecting the community from storm water and sewer back-up was still a top priority …...
  • Liquor Code Revised, Officers Honored

     
    Winnetka-Glencoe Patch reports: Amidst much back-slapping and congratulating, the Northfield Village Board voted unanimously Tuesday to replace the liquor code in its entirety with an …...
  • State: July flood damage insufficient to request federal disaster funds

     
    Thousands of basements across the Chicago area flooded after a major storm in late July, but the damage wasn’t enough to request federal disaster assistance, …...
  • Retirement perks cost towns millions

    Retirement perks cost towns millions
    Lax pension rules are costing suburban taxpayers millions of dollars by allowing job perks and hefty pay hikes to inflate retirement checks for local leaders, the Tribune has found. In Glencoe, a free Jeep, bonuses and other perks to an outgoing parks...
  • Chicagoland literary events: April 23 - 29

    Saturday Amy Stewart will discuss "Wicked Bugs: The Louse That Conquered Napoleon's Army and Other Diabolical Insects" at 7 p.m. at the Chicago Botanic Garden, 1000 Lake Cook Rd., Glencoe; $12. Tuesday Brian Schultz, a professor at Northeastern...
  • Growing gratitude

    Growing gratitude
    The trowels and shovels have been cleaned and stowed, and the summer garden is now just a memory. In this quiet time of autumn, with Thanksgiving about to usher in the winter holidays, we asked gardeners, plant breeders, horticulturists and designers to...
  • Fatality raised more questions about Kimberly Even's credentials as drug counselor

    Fatality raised more questions about Kimberly Even's credentials as drug counselor
    In the last year of his life, Chase Beh's parents had enlisted a drug counselor to help the 20-year-old deal with his increasingly self-destructive behavior. He died in 2009 of a heroin overdose while being counseled by Kimberly Even — a woman...