While Viccino’s Pizza Company in Northfield told patrons business was closed for a few days due to a power outage, it appears there is more to the story than just a lack of power supply to the restaurant.
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Four local men drowned Sunday, Jan. 3, in an early morning canoe accident on Mill Lake in East Troy in Walworth County, Wisc.
According to authorities, the four men ranged from 20-23 years old. Two bodies were recovered from the lake Sunday evening and were identified as Lanny Patrick Sack, 20, and Christopher McQuillen, 21. A third body was recovered at 2:33 p.m. Monday and identified as Mori Weinstein on Tuesday. The search resumes for the fourth body.
As New Trier High School’s Winnetka campus renovation gets closer to completion, a posthumous legacy to two recent alums will now be in place, according to the school.
At the June 5 School Board meeting, officials from the Raise the Stage campaign announced the school would receive a donation of more than $1.2 million toward the construction of a black box theater that will be part of the new arts building on the refurbished Winnetka campus.
Days after nine Loyola Academy varsity football players did not play in a season-opening loss to Phillips, an explicit photo showing dozens of Ramblers showed up on social media.
In the photo, allegedly taken prior to the first game Saturday, Aug. 26, more than 50 uniformed members of the Loyola football program are arranged in a phallic shape on the school’s football field.
A 22-year-old man was found dead in his home in the 800 block of Foxdale Avenue on Wednesday, July 2.
An investigation from the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office showed Parker Scully passed away from self-inflicted knife wounds.
Winnetka Police officers responded to a call at 6:40 a.m. July 2 after family members found Scully unresponsive, according to a release from the Winnetka Police Department.
North Regional Major Crimes Task Force assisted the Winnetka Police with the investigating.
DVR your sports games — “The Bachelor” is on the big screen at the bar now.
On Jan. 26, nearly 30 ladies flocked to get their weekly dose of ABC’s hit show “The Bachelor” at Winnetka’s Trifecta Grill. The best part: it wasn’t just any watch party, it was being hosted by bachelor Chris Soules’ very own sister, Lori Nielsen, of Winnetka.
Nielsen, who told The Current she was the one who actually signed Chris up for the show, hosted the event as a fundraiser for Winnetka Community Nursery School.
Winnetka native Steve Sanders, of WGN since 1982, and Catherine Crown have announcement their wedding engagement.
Steve is the son of the late Bill and Gladys Sanders. He has one surviving son, Tyler Sanders. His siblings include Bill “Chip” Dean Sanders, Jr., singer/songwriter John Lee Sanders and esteemed college professor Cindy Sander Strickler.
Catherine, an associate director and producer of WGN-TV, is the daughter of the late honorable Judge John J. Crown and Sandy Kenoe Crown.
A New Trier High School special education teacher faces DUI charges after being stopped by Highwood police early Thursday morning.
Colleen Koulentes, 36, of Northbrook, was found to have a blood alcohol level more than twice the legal limit — 0.198 — when Highwood police stopped her car at 1:28 a.m. Sept. 25 after the car blew a stop sign in the 200 block of Waukegan Avenue. Koulentes was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and disobeying a stop sign.
After recently reuniting, two childhood friends from Northfield have collaborated to open Stacked & Folded, a new restaurant in Winnetka. One calls it serendipity. The other calls it karma.
Whatever the force may be, the product is going to be delicious.
Chefs Josh Keating and Lindsey Lauter completely remodeled 551 Lincoln Ave. and turned it into a “light and bright space” for a chef-driven, artisanal, local food joint.