The 10 topics that most interested readers during the past year were stories about child endangerment, a train derailment, local deaths and more.
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Friday, December 21, 2012
Now that the year is nearing its end, it offers an opportunity to look back on which stories most interested Glenview Patch readers. What story did you follow most closely? 1. A 4-year-old drowns at a Glenview pool while with his child-care center. Vincente Cardenas was visiting Roosevelt Pool, 2239 Fir St., with Glenview-based Wesley Child Care Center. Eight counselors were at the pool with the kids. Lifeguards unsuccessfully administered CPR before Cardenas was transported to Glenbrook Hospital. 2. Neal Pagano dies after after falling into a firepit. Neal Pagano, 46, died at his Glenview home after falling into a firepit in his backyard. 3. Freight train derails, bridge collapses, crushing couple in their car The frieght train, which …
Softball came close to a sectional championship while a pair of gymnasts earned all-state status.
They played smart, they played tough and they definitely played hard. Here, catch Patch's picks for the top 10 most memorable Titan moments from the 2010-2011 school year. 10. Football upsets No. 6 Barrington in First Round: Glenbrook South built a 28-point lead at halftime and hung on to upset Barrington. John Strickland had 141 rushing yards on 26 carries and Kyle Kwasniewski had 181 on 17 carries to lead the Titans’ offensive attack. 9. Strickland Breaks Own School Record in Long Jump: John Strickland may not have the ideal ending to his senior season – failing to qualify for the state finals in the long jump – but he walks away with Glenbrook South’s school record. Strickland outdid his previous personal best with a jump of 22-9 ½ at …