• New Trier’s starting offensive line — (left to right) seniors Jack Palmer (65), James Doan, Jack Klein, Matt Balch and Matt Kaskey — break huddle Friday night, Oct. 17, and have teamed to become the backbone of dynamic, run-first Trevians offense. Joe Coughlin/22nd Century Media

    Men up front happily lead Trevs’ ground attack

    October 21, 2014 By Joe Coughlin, Managing Editor Sports, High School

    It’s third-and-short and the New Trier offense breaks huddle. 

  • Fireman Scott Porter (right) cuts into the windshield as Capt. Tom Hutchison explains to the crowd how firefighters rescue someone during the Winnetka Police and Fire Department open house Saturday, Oct. 11. PHOTOS BY LOIS BERNSTEIN/22ND CENTURY MEDIA

    Winnetka police, fire departments open doors to public

    October 15, 2014 By Elizabeth Manaster, Staff Writer

    The Winnetka Police and Fire Department opened the doors to their vehicles as well as their station on Saturday, Oct.

  • Attacker Sarah Hagedorn (front) makes a play on the ball during her team’s 4-1 victory over Highland Park on Thursday, Oct. 9. Photos by Jamie Bradley/22nd Century Media

    Ramblers respond in big away against visiting Giants

    October 14, 2014 By Jamie Bradley, Contributing Editor Sports, High School

    Loyola Academy welcomed Highland Park to its turf for a field hockey match Thursday, Oct. 9, with revenge on its mind, and the visiting Giants did little to change that mindset.

  • Cai Carpnter, 3, plays with a toy fire truck at the Northfield Fire Department open house and pancake breakfast Saturday, Oct. 11. PHOTOS BY GERRI FERNANDEZ/22ND CENTURY MEDIA

    Firefighters bond with community

    October 15, 2014 By April Dahlquist, Editor News

    Nothing gets a community together quite like a pancake breakfast. 

  • Camden Egeland (left) and Kasha England point on the map where their house is after walking to Crow Island School Oct. 8. PHOTOS BY April Dahlquist/22nd Century Media

    Students trot to school

    October 13, 2014 By April Dahlquist, Editor News, School

    District 36 students were excited to go to school Oct. 8 not necessarily for the learning, but for how they were getting there.