• Vote "No" and vote "yes" signs pepper the front lawns of homes throughout Wilmette.

    A town divided: Residents face tough lakefront decision

    March 24, 2015 By Joe Coughlin, Editor News

    Wilmette’s treasured lakefront, which could be considered the community’s most significant unifier, has seemingly split the village in two. 

  • Loyola’s KK Phelan creates some space on her two-goal night in a 3-2 win over Glenbrook South March 16. Photos by Tracy Allen/22nd Century Media

    Phelan gets Loyola off on the right foot

    March 20, 2015 By Neil Milbert, Staff Writer Sports, High School

    With high hopes for a successful spring the Loyola Academy and Glenbrook South girls opened their soccer seasons under the lights at John Davis Stadium.

  • Ady Gould, 2, and her father Chris Gould, of Wilmette, work on an art project at the first Family Fine Arts Day Saturday, March 14, at the Community Recreation Center. Photos by Rhonda Holcomb/22nd Century Media

    All things art celebrated at Family Fine Arts Day

    March 18, 2015 By Alexa Burnell, Staff Writer Life & Arts

    Kids were invited to make masterpieces Saturday, March 14, during the inaugural Family Fine Arts Day through the Wilmette Park District. 

  • Alumni Achievement honoree Paul Zelinsky shows New Trier students an invention of his in the illustration field during a talk March 11 in Winnetka. Christa Rooks/22nd Century Media

    Honored alumni fondly remember time at New Trier

    March 16, 2015 By Christa Rooks, Assistant Editor News, School

    In its long prestigious history, New Trier High School has produced an impressive list of successful alumni, but formally recognizing them is a fairly new occurrence.

  • Heavenly Hearth Bread Company bakes two styles of Irish soda bread, one with and one without reason, during the St. Patrick’s Day season. Photo by Joe Coughlin/22nd Century Media

    Go green for dinner this St. Patty’s Day

    March 12, 2015 By Staff Report Life & Arts, Dining Out

    Most holidays honor anniversaries of major events in history, and the celebrations are representations of what those events stand for. 

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