From the Community
Healthy adults are a diverse population, outstandingly different in our goals and intentions.
Steve Werner considers himself a true entrepreneur. In addition to being one of the founders of D.A.W.G.S., a Chicago-based vacant property guard systems company, Werner is also the owner of his Northbrook-based coaching business, Live To Win, as well as a private consultant in the distressed real estate market.
Illinois’ largest health system is about to get even bigger.
The following incidents were listed among the official reports of Glenview Police Department. Readers are reminded an arrest is not a finding of guilt.
SKOKIE— The fall shopping season at Skokie’s Westfield Old Orchard will bring in two new popular full-service restaurants and a trendy children’s athletic store.
Sept. 11 2:21 p.m. |
Thousands of members from the Glenview and Northbrook communities attended the Glenbrook Back-to-School Party. Below is a press release with more information: Nearly 2,000 members...
When young Drew Sternheimer was born premature at 33 weeks, he had cerebral palsy but more health maladies befell the 6-year-old from Glenview.
Sept. 11 11:38 a.m. |
Maine Township High School District 207’s board of education has unanimously approved its budget for the upcoming school year, spending $1.3 million more than it expects to receive.
Sept. 10 11:07 a.m. |
In support of opening a medicinal marijuana store in Glenview, a lawyer said it would be the most secure building in the village.
Sept. 10 6 a.m. |