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Longtime Wilmette crossing guard knows everybody’s name

April 15, 2019 by Hilary Anderson, Freelance Reporter News, Community

Every neighborhood should be lucky enough to have a Herb.

Wilmette’s Herb Sheriff that is.

He is the crossing guard at Wilmette and Forest Avenues, who for more than 27 years, twice a day, crosses about three dozens children on their...

Scouts fundraise for New Trier Township pantry with spaghetti dinner tradition

by Staff Report News, Community

Glencoe Boy Scout Troop 28 served hundreds of guests during its annual Spaghetti Dinner April 8 at Glencoe Union Church.

The troop has held this fundraiser for more than 30 years to help support the New Trier Township...

Museum, police open houses return May 5

by Submitted Content Community

The Wilmette Historical Museum and the Wilmette Police Department will jointly host a family-friendly Open House from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday, May 5. The two facilities are located a block apart on Ridge Road at 609 Ridge Road and 710 Ridge Road....

Movie night fundraiser benefits District 39 Educational Foundation

by Alexa Burnell, Freelance Reporter News, Community

Wilmette District 39 moms and dads headed to the Wilmette Theatre on April 11, eager to see the comedic classic, “Best in Show,” while supporting yet another District 39 Educational Foundation fundraiser, benefitting all six schools within the...