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Frigid Weather, Medical Marijuana Among Most-Read Stories This Week

Catch up on the biggest stories of the week in Glenview.

Photo: David Trood/Getty Images
Photo: David Trood/Getty Images
Here's a list of the most read stories during the past week on Glenview Patch:

Extreme Cold: No Trash Pickup Monday, Warming Shelters Open
Trash pickup was delayed and public facilities were open as warming shelters during the cold snap early this week.

Medical Marijuana Growers, Dispensaries Could Be Coming to Glenview
Medical marijuana cultivation centers and dispensaries could be coming to Glenview, after a state law allowing the businesses took effect Jan. 1.

All Glenview Public Schools Closed Monday Due to Extreme Cold
Glenbrook South High School and school districts 34, 31, 37, 30 and 63 shut down Monday and Tuesday, when temperatures dipped to -15 degrees Fahrenheit.

$4,500 Watch Stolen During Move
A resident of the 1000 block of Hunter Road reported that someone stole a watch from a jewelry box in his master bedroom closet between Dec. 24 and 27, according to police. 

Drunk Person Enters Home Without Permission
A resident of the 1700 block of Pickwick Avenue reported that an intoxicated person entered the residence without permission at 1:49 a.m. Friday, Dec. 27, according to police. 

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