The path to Brushwood, off of Riverwoods Road, winds its way through a chute of tall trees, with sinuous limbs that appear to reach out for each other to form a hooded canopy.
With one man dead in Dallas, two nurses receiving treatment in Atlanta and Bethesda, Maryland, and, as of Tuesday night, two sick Liberian travelers under observation in Chicago, just how prepared are local hospitals to handle Ebola should it come to the North Shore?
Bailey Donnally passed away in his sleep from pancreatic cancer on Friday, October 17th. He was 84 years old.
The City of Highland Park’s Corporate Counsel Steven Elrod has confirmed that petitioners Arie Friedman and the Illinois State Rifle Association have filed an appeal with the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals against the city’s ban of assault weapons and large-capacity magazines.
Leaves are changing color. The air is brisk. And autumn is just warming up. Here are six things to do this weekend, before the weather fades …
The Lake Forest City Council unanimously voted to reject the state’s bid for road salt on Monday night, after having received a quote from Morton Salt for $137.69 per ton—a price that’s almost three times as much as last year’s, and “materially varies” from other municipalities in the area.
The first thing one noticed at Lake Forest College’s Center for Chicago Programs was the sound: a metronomic, gentle scraping, like the sound a dentist’s drill makes as it chips plaque from your teeth or, in its later iteration, like the sound of crickets chirping outside on a balmy, summer night.
Bake 425°, a farm-to-table, bake-at-home pizza operation similar to HomeMade Pizza Co., has opened in Highland Park and is set to open several more across the North Shore, including one on Deerpath Road in Lake Forest.
Someone stole hundreds of toys from a Catholic Charities of Lake County storage facility.