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Miss a day, miss a lot, so take a moment to catch up on some of the past week’s headlines from across the North Shore.

Field Middle School Named 2020 National Blue Ribbon School

Field Middle School has been named a 2020 National Blue Ribbon School by the United States Department of Education for its “progress in closing achievement gaps among student subgroups… Read more

Student, Contractor In NSSD112 Test Positive For Coronavirus

A student and a contractor in North Shore School District 112 both tested positive for the coronavirus Wednesday, administrators announced. In response, Superintendent… Read more

2nd Staff Member Tests Positive For Coronavirus At Deerfield High

For the second time in less than two weeks, a staff member at Deerfield High School has tested positive for the coronavirus. In a letter sent to parents, students and staff Friday… Read more

Coronavirus Case At Northbrook School Involves ‘Individual’

An “individual” at Northbrook District 28 has tested positive for the coronavirus. Parents were informed of the news last week following the Sept. 14 diagnosis. Terry Ryan, communications… Read more

D-225 Students Return To In-Person Learning Oct. 5

At a special meeting Monday night, the Glenbrook High Schools District 225 Board of Education approved the implementation of a two-week phased-in approach to a hybrid model beginning… Read more

Kindergartners Return To Classrooms Thursday In District 109

Following recommendations from a school task force, Deerfield Public School District 109 is allowing kindergartners to return to the classroom Thursday as part of a hybrid learning… Read more

Glenview Ice Center Opens Amid Minor Project Delays, Coronavirus

After 15 months, the Glenview Community Ice Center is now open to the public. A combination of the typical challenges a major construction project presents, along with the unique obstacles… Read more

Social Equity Cannabis License Lottery Delayed For Scoring Review

People seeking state licenses to sell marijuana who missed out on perfect scores in the first round of applications for permits will get a chance to correct errors that cost them points… Read more

Northbrook Businessman Accused Of Conspiring With Nuclear Company

A Northbrook resident who owns a Pakistani technology company is accused of illegally exporting computer equipment from the United States to a nuclear research agency of the Pakistani government… Read more

Glenview-Based Family Video Shutters Hundreds Of Locations

The last video rental chain in the United States is about to get much smaller. Family Video, headquartered in Glenview, announced earlier this week it is closing more than 200 locations… Read more

Village To Allow Igloos, Greenhouses For Outdoor Dining In Winter

When temperatures drop this winter, diners at Glencoe restaurants may have the chance to enjoy their meals in igloos, greenhouses, or covered personal bubbles. The Village Board Thursday… Read more


(Village of Lake Bluff)

After Years On Market, Blair House Site Sells For Just $3 Million

More than 26 acres of lakefront land changed hands in Lake Bluff earlier this month, with a closing price of less than a third of what its sellers asked for it prior to demolishing… Read more

Here Are The 3 Most Expensive Winnetka Home Sales Of 2020 So Far

The coronavirus pandemic has not slowed the village’s luxury real estate market in the first three quarters of the year. If anything, it has accelerated it. There were no… Read more


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