• Eight-year-old Abby Schonhoft (right) gets her portrait painted by artist Lisa Parenteau-DePinto on Saturday, June 25, at Art in the Village in Winnetka. Gerri Fernandez/22nd Century Media

    After 61 years, local art show returns to Hubbard Woods Park

    June 28, 2016 By Libby Elliott, Freelance Reporter Life & Arts
    Hubbard Woods Park was teeming with activity last weekend, as the North Shore Art League’s annual Art in the Village event relaunched in the Winnetka Park District’s newly unveiled public space on Saturday-Sunday, June 25-26.
  • Troop 18 Unit Committee Chairman Dick Danstrom names Charlie Cohen (middle) and Nicholas Jarmusz, both New Trier students, as Eagle Scouts on May 24. Photo Submitted

    Two locals named Eagle Scouts after church, bluff projects

    June 29, 2016 By Megan Maginity, Editor News
    Winnetka’s Boy Scout Troop 18 recently awarded its highest rank to two residents, Charlie Cohen and Nicholas Jarmusz, after they completed extensive projects in the North Shore.
  • Pastor Sarah Walker Cleaveland ponders recent comments at the open prayer vigil June 23 at Winnetka Congregational Church. Gerri Fernandez/22nd Century Media

    Winnetka congregation hosts open prayer vigil

    June 27, 2016 By Daniel I. Dorfman, Freelance Reporter News

    In light of the mass shooting in Orlando, representing just the latest of high-profile incidents, officials from the Winnetka Congregational Church decided it was time f

  • Winnetka’s Audrey Guo reads to her 2-year-old son Jesse on Saturday, June 18, in the newly renovated youth services section of the library. Photos by Lynn Trautman/22nd Century Media

    New youth services room unveiled at library

    June 22, 2016 By Megan Maginity, Editor Life & Arts

    The shell of youth services at the Winnetka Library is the same — but what’s now inside is a whole different story. 

  • Lazzaretto (red) strips a ball from a Glenbrook North player during a game this past season. The rising junior was a force defensively for the champion Ramblers at the long stick midfielder position. Photos from Varsity Views

    Stalwart defender Lazzaretto a major cog in the Loyola Academy machine

    June 24, 2016 By Derek Wolff, Assistant Editor Sports, High School

    In Italian, a lazzaretto is a quarantine station for buildings or ships, used primarily for detention.

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