• Betsie Hicks (left), owner of Frank and Betsie’s restaurant in Glencoe and a graduate of New Trier, speaks with Stephen Colbert on “The Late Show.” Photo Courtesy of CBS YouTube Page

    New Trier graduate appears on ‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’

    November 14, 2018 By Libby Elliott, Freelance Reporter News, Community
    Betsie Hicks, a North Shore resident and Glencoe restaurateur got 15-minutes of fame — literally ­— when she made an impromptu appearance recently on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.”
  • Eleven New Trier media students pose in Times Square during their trip to the All American High School Film Festival. Photo Submitted

    New Trier student films screened at festival

    November 12, 2018 By Submitted Content News, School
    Four New Trier student films were featured on the big screen in New York City as part of the All American High School Film Festival, the world’s largest high school film, photography and media arts festival.
  • Photos by Rhonda Holcomb/22nd Century Media ]Susan Pinkowski, auxiliary president of American Legion Hueter-Wilmette 46, places a memorial wreath at a Veterans Day ceremony Sunday, Nov. 11, at Veterans Park in Wilmette.

    Honoring Wilmette’s veterans

    November 11, 2018 By Staff Report News, Village, Community
    While the nation celebrates the many sacrifices of our men and women in the military, the Village of Wilmette made sure that local veterans knew of their gratitude.
  • A rally, led by the Wilmette Justice Team, is held in front of Wilmette Village Hall in May prior to a special meeting of the Wilmette Village Board discussing Cook County minimum wage and paid sick leave ordinances. 22nd Century Media File Photo

    A Word From The (Former) President: Opting in, public opinion finally prevails

    November 9, 2018 By John Jacoby, Contributing Columnist Opinion, Contributing Columnists
    Wilmette’s Village President Bob Bielinski announced in a press release last week that the Village Board will be taking a third vote on whether employees in the village will be covered by Cook County’s minimum wage and paid sick leave ordinances.
  • Loyola's Trevor Cabanban (8) weaves his way out of the grip of Maine South defenders and up the field Saturday, Nov. 10, in Park Ridge. Photos by Margo Grogan/22nd Century Media

    Football: Loyola earns rematch with Lincoln-Way East with shutout of Maine South

    November 11, 2018 By Neil Milbert, Freelance Reporter Sports, High School
    After avenging their loss to the team that defeated them in the 2016 Class 8A state championship contest in a quarterfinal road game on Saturday, Nov. 10, the Loyola Academy Ramblers will return home on Saturday, Nov. 17, for a semifinal encounter in which they will try to bring down the team that beat them in the 2017 Class 8A state title game.



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