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Authorities responded Wednesday, June 5, to a bomb threat that “included anti-Semitic language and graffiti” written in a bathroom stall at Wilmette Junior High School, according to a press release from the Wilmette Police Department.
Eric DeGrechie
Mathew J. Laird, a former teacher at several North Shore schools, was denied bail Wednesday, Oct. 24, at the Cook County Second District Courthouse in Skokie, after his arrest the day before on criminal sexual assault and aggravated child pornography charges.
Eric DeGrechie
Loyola Academy fired its varsity girls soccer coach Craig Snower over allegations of inappropriate or offensive comments toward team members.
Eric DeGrechie
An unwavering commitment to his Catholic faith, a deep devotion to family, and the inner strength to model courage and caring in the face of personal medical misfortune informed the consequential life of Joseph Stewart Cosgrove, who died July 2 at age 57 following a 10-year battle with multiple myeloma.
Eric DeGrechie
Edmund H. Glueck, 49, of the 100 block of Woodbine Avenue, Wilmette, was arrested on Feb. 10 and charged with predatory criminal sexual assault and aggravated criminal sexual abuse on Feb. 11.
Eric DeGrechie
Something good is cooking along the North Shore thanks to the many local eateries that are adapting to the government issuing a shelter in place order by offering takeout, delivery and customized social distance service, feeding their communities while maintaining employment for their workers as well.
Eric DeGrechie
According to a notice on its website, Kenilworth’s A Joyful Noise Preschool announced Thursday, March 19, that a parent of student who was in a classroom at the school on March 12 was confirmed positive for COVID-19 (coronavirus).
Eric DeGrechie
The April 16 meeting of the Kenilworth Board of Education turned into an overwhelming vote of confidence by parents of The Joseph Sears School students for Principal Kendra Wallace in the aftermath of her mysterious April 12 resignation.
Eric DeGrechie

According to a recent study by an Internet research group, Wilmette is the best place to live in the state and it’s not really close. 

Using science and data, HomeSnacks.net analyzed 342 of the Prairie State’s most populous municipalities and ranked them in order. Using FBI crime data, the government census, Bureau of Labor statistics, Sperling’s Best Places and various other information, HomeSnacks determined what criteria people like or dislike about a place. 

Eric DeGrechie

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