• Carole Dibo addresses the large crowd at the centennial celebration Saturday, Sept. 12, at the Michigan Shores Club. Photos by Rhonda Holcomb/22nd Century Media

    Mette attracts big audience for centennial celebration

    September 17, 2014 By Daniel I. Dorfman, Staff Writer Life & Arts

    When Woodrow Wilson resided in the White House one century ago, a new building was constructed at 1122 Central Ave.

  • Tatiana Papakos catches her daughter Nahla, 3 1/2, after finishing the North Shore Triathlon Sunday, Sept. 13, at Wilmette’s Gillson Park. Photos by Rhonda Holcomb/22nd Century Media

    More than 500 compete in second North Shore Triathlon

    September 16, 2014 By Neil Milbert, Staff Writer News

    Carter Lindberg is only a sixth-grader at Highcrest Middle School but he outdid more than 400 adults in the second annual North Shore Triathlon Sunday, Sept.

  • Governor candidate Bruce Rauner greets Bob and Shelia Ryan on a surprise visit Saturday, Sept. 12, to Walker Bros in Wilmette. Photos by Joe Coughlin/22nd Century Media

    Rauner visits with voters at Walker Bros

    September 15, 2014 By Joe Coughlin, Editor News

    Siblings Coty and Brad Condon grew up sharing a property line with the Rauner family in Winnetka. 

  • At the “Art in Bloom” exhibit reception, Ralph Behrens studies the members’ paintings on display Sept. 5 at the North Shore Art League in Winnetka. Photos by Lois Bernstein/22nd Century Media

    NSAL opens 90th Members’ Art Show with benefit

    September 11, 2014 By Megan Maginity, Assistant Editor Life & Arts

    More than 200 pieces of art created by 140 local artists graced the halls of the North Shore Art League during the 90th Annual Members’ Art Show.

  • Karen Glennemeier’s photo of Annie and Maggie VonDohlen in Porcupine Mountains State Park in Michigan is the winner of the annual Family Vacation Photo Contest. Photos Submitted

    Wilmette family visualizes Family Vacation Photo Contest victory

    September 10, 2014 By Joe Coughlin, Editor News

    While hiking in upper Michigan, Annie VonDohlen saw something in the water she couldn’t shake — herself.