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  • Glencoe gets another honor for its tap water

     
    Glencoe's tap water, second to none in Illinois, is second nationally only to that of Greenville, S.C., in taste, as judged by the American Water …...
  • Commercial composting could be coming to suburbs

     
    Winnetka Talk reports: Could Glencoe be the first town in Illinois to pick up organic waste from residences and haul it away for composting? That …...
  • Cook County issues West Nile Virus advisory

     
    Winnetka-Glencoe Patch reports: After finding evidence of West Nile Virus in the area, the Cook County Department of Public Health is advising residents to wear …...
  • Merger attempts to protect interlibrary loans

     
    Officials at the five parts of the Illinois Library System that serve northern Illinois have approved a merger of staff, services and facilities in an effort to save money and protect the ability of patrons to use an online database and borrow books...
  • Villages receive federal money to combat emerald ash borer

     
    Winnetka will plant 59 new trees this year thanks to a federal grant to combat the invasive Emerald Ash Borer insect that is ravaging the …...
  • New Trier schools keep large fund balances

     
    Most public school districts in New Trier Township are sitting on reserve money well above the state average. But officials say the extra money hasn’t …...
  • Glencoe gets bragging rights for tap water

     
    A toast to Glencoe for having the best-tasting drinking water in Illinois, as recognized by the Illinois Section of the American Water Works Association. Glencoe …...
  • Jan. 17, Northbrook: Man uses pepper spray on officer, and more

     
    Burglary A 65-inch TV, two laptop computers and a glass jug of change were reported stolen at 8:55 p.m. Jan. 15 from a home in …...
  • Moment of silence expected to return to classrooms

     
    The mandatory moment of silence is expected to return to Illinois classrooms this month, and most local schools already know how to incorporate it into …...
  • Wilmette, Dec. 16-19: Apartment building hallway lights smashed, and more

     
    The following incidents were taken from Wilmette Police Department reports between Dec. 16-19. PROPERTY DAMAGE Someone smashed 26 light bulbs, a picture frame and two …...
  • Trustees agree on water main fix

     
    Winnetka trustees have agreed to re-route the village's largest water main, which has become exposed due to soil erosion at Lloyd Beach. The emergency action …...