A Boston-based real estate development company is set to buy the Edens Plaza property and announced that online retailer Wayfair will open a store there.
Eleven fascinating women tell their stories in “Talking With …,” at the Skokie Theatre, Jan. 20-23.
Blotter from the Wilmette Police Department.
There are three rules to follow when you play the Powerball lottery with your sister.
Notice of delayed print edition delivery.
Mailboxes in Wilmette and Winnetka reportedly broken into, mail stolen.
The year 2021 in review features elections and return to in-person instruction in Wilmette, Winnetka and Glencoe.
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Soaring numbers of students and teachers with COVID-19 prompted one of Illinois’ largest suburban school districts to cancel classes Monday, as educators in Chicago and the suburbs scrambled to safely reopen schools after the two week winter break
Mikael Burke directs Donja R. Love’s play "Fireflies," which is set in the heart of the Civil Rights Movement, for Northlight Theatre Jan. 20-Feb. 20.
North Shore-area businesses and government officials are taking stock in the rise in the current COVID-19 positivity surge, modifying operations and even shutting down.
North Shore police blotter.
A long tradition continues at the Music Institute of Chicago with its annual free Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Concert. This year’s event is at 3 p.m. Jan. 16 at Nichols Concert Hall in Evanston and will also be livestreamed.
For 25 years, friends and neighbors have gathered together on the Village Green to lift up their voices in song on Christmas Eve, and this year was no exception.
Whether I believe in the holiday spirit or not, I realize if I don’t have a stash of at home COVID-19 tests, the world will end.
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The future of gas-powered leaf blowers on the North Shore was recently debated at a community forum.
A Chicago man was charged in both Wilmette and Winnetka with similar crimes just four days apart, police said.
Music Theatre Works presents "Billy Elliot: The Musical" Dec. 23-Jan. 2, 2022.
A resident of west suburban Berkeley was killed Monday night in a car crash on the 1300 block of Willow Road in Winnetka, police said.
The 30th anniversary of a holiday tradition rolled into Wilmette and Evanston this year when Santa Claus arrived on the Allstate CTA Holiday Train.
The designer label affixed to the brouhaha? Chanel. More specifically, the lackluster gifts concealed in Chanel’s Advent calendar.
ecause of delays in production, the Thursday, Dec. 9, editions of the Pioneer Press and Doings suburban weekly newspapers will be delivered to subscribers on or alongside the Friday, Dec. 10, Chicago Tribune.
Four distinctly different musical icons will be honored by Tammy McCann when she presents “The Legendary Ladies of Jazz” at the Skokie Theatre on Dec. 18.
This weekend’s holiday celebration shined a spotlight on Wilmette businesses as downtown streets and Plaza Del Lago were decked out for festive fun.
Mark Kulas, Jr., of Lake Forest, and Christian Kulas, of Kenilworth, pleaded guilty to parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol Building.
What are you doing Dec. 12th? If you're quick, you can spend the night at the iconic 'Home Alone' house in Winnetka, with all the trimmings from the original movie.
Actors Training Center is presenting the musical version of Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel, “Little Women the Musical.” Dec. 10-12 at Music Institute of Chicago’s Puth Family Theatre in Evanston.