Two words can be used to describe Lake Forest High School’s Principal Barry Rodgers’ outlook for the 2014–2015 school year. He’s excited.
Lake Forest’s Stacy Moe puts the “mo” in dynamo—literally. As a married mother of three, crafter extraordinaire, entrepreneur, and all-around volunteer, we get tired just thinking about her schedule.
Lake Forest’s Rebecca Makkai is one of the most admired young fiction writers in America. With the release of her second novel, The Hundred-Year House, Rebecca shares how her hometown shaped the pages of her book.
The Lake Bluff 4th of July Parade is the quintessential summer event. And, no one knows this better than Deb Dintruff.
As Wenban Funeral Home celebrates its 125th year in Lake Forest this June, owner Jim Iacubino reflects on his 44 years of caring for local families in their most difficult moments.
When David Belmonte was promoted to Chief of Police in Lake Bluff earlier this year, residents felt a little bit safer knowing that someone who had been watching over them for nearly 25 years was taking the reins of the department.
The Lake Forest Woman’s Club has put the “fun” back in fundraising.
If you look up the definition of the word “mother” in the dictionary, chances are good that you’ll find a picture of Lake Forest’s Margaret Hartman.
A lifelong passion for the environment has led Lake Forest’s Kate Sackman to help others make a similar connection, one simple funny nugget at a time.
Lake Forest’s Denise Murphy is the married mother of five children, Varsity Tennis coach at Lake Forest High School, and an active member of the community—a true woman who does it all.