Representatives from three north suburban conferences met earlier this month to discuss the idea of forming a football-only conference, however talks now seem to be at a standstill.
Sept. 18 5:06 p.m. |
Notes about college athletes from Vernon Hills, Lake Zurich, Maine South, Glenbrook South, Niles West, Stevenson, New Trier and Fenwick.
A packed program of ethnic music and dance is planned for Evanston’s Hispanic Heritage Month Kick-Off Celebration, 1-4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 20 at Robert Crown Center, 1701 Main St. The free event is presented by the City of Evanston and Latino Resources.
Arts & Entertainment
Sept. 18 1:38 p.m. |
James McAvoy and Jessica Chastain get tragically romantic in “The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby,” trapped teens get fleet-footed in “The Maze Runner,” Jason Bateman and crew get family-phobic in “This is Where I leave You, “Justin Long gets kidnapped in “Tusk,” Liam Neeson gets gravely endangered in “A Walk Among the Tombstones” and Christoph Waltz gets equation anxiety in “The Zero Theorem,” all in area theaters.
Sept. 18 1:20 p.m. |
Using the words “good” and “Ray Rice videotape” in the same sentence might seem inappropriate, or even offensive.
Sept. 18 1:17 p.m. |
Evanston police are teaming up with the Drug Enforcement Administration for the ninth time in the past four years, allowing the public to turn in unwanted prescription drugs.
Things To Do
Sept. 18 1:14 p.m. |
A roundup of upcoming free events in Evanston
Sept. 18 8:45 a.m. |
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Happy Birthday, Frances Willard!
Sept. 18 8:41 a.m. |
SKOKIE — One of the first plaques to be installed on the Ferro Fountain of the Righteous wall outside the Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center was one honoring Jan Karski, an emissary for the Polish Underground State during World War II.
Things To Do
Sept. 18 8:35 a.m. |
Score big this football season with these Chicago Bears-themed crafts.
Sept. 17 1:19 p.m. |