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  • Cops: Teen driver had drugs in system when woman killed by car

    Cops: Teen driver had drugs in system when woman killed by car
    A Des Plaines-area teenager had drugs in his system when the vehicle he was driving hit and killed a 65-year-old Niles woman last week, authorities said. Dustin Aranda, 18, was charged Thursday with aggravated driving under the influence causing death,...
  • Niles discusses overturning video gambling ban

    Niles discusses overturning video gambling ban
    A Niles task force of residents and village officials is expected to make its recommendation next month on whether to overturn the suburb's ban on video gambling. Created in October by Mayor Andrew Przybylo, the task force held two days of hearings...
  • Glenview, Northbrook police blotter: Jan. 28

    Glenview, Northbrook police blotter: Jan. 28
    The following items were taken from police reports: Glenview A 43-year-old Wheeling woman was arrested on the 2600 block of Willow Road on Jan. 21 for not having a valid driver's license and failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident. A 26-year-...
  • Skokie paving the way for a vibrant downtown

    Skokie paving the way for a vibrant downtown
    Three years ago, during the depths of the housing crisis, a Chicago-area homebuilder set his sights on Libertyville, marketing 26 homes that embraced the principles of new urbanism. The practical designs of School Street homes — spaced close...
  • Business profile: Rover's Place

    Business profile: Rover's Place
    Name: Ray Schuler Age: 42 Hometown: Chicago Name and location of business: Rover's Place, Highland Park Describe what you do: We are a doggy day care, boarding, grooming and training facility. What sets you apart from similar businesses?: We...
  • Winnetka, Wilmette police blotter: Jan. 6

    Winnetka, Wilmette police blotter: Jan. 6
    The following items were taken from police reports. Wilmette A Hebron man was charged with DUI and traffic violations on Dec. 31 following a crash at Skokie and Glenview. He also was wanted on five outstanding traffic warrants.. Cash totalling $5,...
  • Man accused of assaulting 6-year-old girl at birthday party

    Man accused of assaulting 6-year-old girl at birthday party
    A Northbrook man has been charged in the sexual assault of a 6-year-old girl in Glenview, according to authorities. Martin Flores, 25, was arrested on Tuesday and was charged with predatory criminal sexual assault of a child in connection with an...
  • Snow blankets north suburban towns

    Snow blankets north suburban towns
    As crews in Northbrook, Wilmette and Winnetka worked around the clock to clear more than a foot of snow from local streets, officials in the north suburbs were cautiously optimistic, saying light traffic indicated many residents may be staying off the...
  • Minor problems due to snow in Des Plaines, Park Ridge and Morton Grove

    Minor problems due to snow in Des Plaines, Park Ridge and Morton Grove
    It's been a snowy start to 2014 in Des Plaines and Park Ridge, with some towns near Chicago receiving up to a foot of snow since the first flakes started to fall on New Year's Eve. In Park Ridge, police thus far have responded to 16 car crashes since...
  • Authorities identify three who died in Glenview crash

    Authorities identify three who died in Glenview crash
    Authorities have identified the three people who died when a garbage truck hit and crushed a car in Glenview last week. Chicago residents Won Suk Lim, 56, his wife Jung Ran Min, 50, and their friend, Gwi Rye Kim, 65, were officially identified today...
  • District 28 might see small tax rate increase

    The tax levy in School District 28 might increase as much as 3.75 percent, bringing the total collected to $31.9 million, if the initial estimates approved by the school board hold up. But district officials say it's more likely that the rate would...