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The North Shore native and former mathematics professor Daniel Biss has moved up to the Illinois Senate determined to work on the state's pension liability.
If you live in the district, expect a tax increase of approximately $45 on a $6,000 tax bill. Board members raised the levy 4.19%, saying they wanted to prepare for Springfield shifting pension costs onto individual school districts.
Unopposed Democratic State Representative continues to press for safer roads in Illinois and the 15th district.
Schools, Sports, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
In this multi part series, we look at a day in the life of baseball player George Kontos, a local kid from Lincolnwood who is now playing for the San Francisco Giants. Kontos played the Cubs over the weekend.
Obituaries, Local Connections
When Neil Armstrong became first person to walk on moon, a Lake Forest resident was his backup. They were friends for 50 years.
Government, Business, The Neighborhood Files, Awareness
A special legislative session in Springfield last week made no progress. Here, Patch rounds up reactions from local politicians and residents.
Paula Nixon, a recovering heroin addict, and her mother, a former drug counselor, hosted a forum Tuesday night to promote awareness of the rise in drug addiction in the community. 'It is not an epidemic, but there is a problem,' police officials shared.
Government, Police & Fire
Vicente Cardenas' uncle speaks to Patch about the family's tragic loss. Glenview Police are still investigating the drowning and until further notice, the Glenview Park District has suspended use of Roosevelt and Flick pools for all camps.
The four-year-old camper died Friday—just five days shy of his birthday—following an accidental drowning at the Park District’s Roosevelt Pool. Cardenas was on a trip with Glenview-based Wesley Child Care.
The Neighborhood Files, Awareness
Following the accidental drowning of four-year-old Vicente Cardenas at Glenview’s Roosevelt Pool June 15, local guards share safety tips. Roosevelt Pool staff are still recovering from the tragedy, Park District Executive Director Chuck Balling told Patch
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