• Nancy Doyle, a Winnetka resident and New Trier graduate, released her latest book in May about helping millennials on the road to financial independence and success. PHOTO SUBMITTED

    Winnetkan shares insight on millennial finances with new book

    June 12, 2018 By Maryann Pisano, Freelance Reporter Life & Arts
    With the release of her second book on finances, Winnetka resident Nancy Doyle said she specifically hoped to reach younger generations. “When you’re young, time is on your side,” said Doyle, the author of “Manage Your Financial Life: Just Starting Out.” “Young people need to exercise discipline and be thoughtful and organized when they’re first starting out.”
  • Northfield resident Ben Duke’s photo with his daughter, Bianca, and the story behind their relationship captured our hearts at The Current to win this year’s Father’s Day Photo Contest. PHOTO SUBMITTED

    Northfield father demonstrates a role-model relationship

    June 12, 2018 By Staff Report News, Community
    While life as an adult is undoubtedly busy, the men who are also fathers have an even tougher job, ensuring they spend quality time with their children to form close relationships and create lifelong bonds.
  • Sam Smith, of Northfield, began his own construction business, SRS Management Construction Group, at the age of 19 following enjoying helping his family out with construction projects in the area. PHOTOS SUBMITTED

    Northfielder enhances North Shore properties with business

    June 12, 2018 By Jacqueline Glosniak, Editor News, Community, Business
    While most young adults have a general idea of the type of career they hope to follow, most don’t taking the plunge right after high school to creating a business of their own. However, after helping some family members with a series of local remodeling jobs, Sam Smith decided that he enjoyed the work so much that at the age of 19, he would start his own construction company.
  • Graduates Clayton Durning (left), of Winnetka, and Braden Adamson-Tate, of Skokie, strike poses before graduation on Friday, June 8, in Winnetka. PHOTOS BY JAY YOUNG/NORTH SHORE COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL

    NSCDS graduates ‘strong self-advocates’

    June 12, 2018 By Megan Bernard, Contributing Editor News, School
    As the notes of “Pomp and Circumstance” played from an organ, 59 Raiders proceeded into North Shore Country Day School’s 99th Annual Commencement. On Friday, June 8, the Class of 2018 donned long white dresses and dark suits as they carried or wore purple flowers while they said their goodbyes to the Winnetka institution.
  • Loyola's Jake Novak slides safely into third base before the tag can be applied by Huntley's Evan Tocmo during the teams' super-sectional matchup Monday, June 4, in Schaumburg. Tracy Allen/22nd Century Media

    Baseball: Loyola falls just short of final four, ends season in supers

    June 5, 2018 By David Jaffe, Freelance Reporter Sports, High School
    Even when things aren’t going well, the Loyola Academy baseball team doesn’t quit playing until the very last out.

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