Drone Views | Teacher Hacked | New Mixed-Use Developments Proceed

Jonah Meadows
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Miss a day, miss a lot, so take a moment to catch up on some of the past week's headlines from across the North Shore.

'Chicago From The Air' Offers Birds-Eye Views Of North Shore Sites

A new public television special takes viewers on a soaring trip through the air around the Chicago area while offering tidbits of history on the region's landscape, architecture and... Read more

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'Beyond Troubling' Emails Sent From Hacked Teacher's Account

Someone hijacked the email account of a teacher in Niles Township High School District 219 last week and used it to send offensive emails to students and community members, according... Read more

Hospitals Near 'Breaking Point' From Coronavirus, Doctor Warns

With warnings that the latest wave of coronavirus patients is pushing hospitals toward their capacity and leaving health care workers stretched thin, doctors and public health officials... Read more

Construction Resumes On 8000 North Project In Downtown Skokie

Construction resumed on the 8000 North development project in downtown Skokie after a new developer closed on the deal earlier this month. John Murphy, the developer who took... Read more

Optima Wilmette Development Receives Final Approval From Trustees

Village trustees unanimously approved final plans for a seven-story mixed-use development at the northwest corner of Central Avenue and Green Bay Road. The current site of an International... Read more

35% Of Illinois Teachers Consider Quitting Due To Coronavirus: Survey

More than one in three teachers in Illinois are considering leaving the profession, according to a survey of members of the state's largest teachers union outside Chicago. The... Read more

Convicted Murderer Yang Contracts Coronavirus In Prison

Marni Yang, currently serving two life sentences for the 2007 murder of Deerfield resident Rhoni Reuter and her unborn child, has tested positive for the coronavirus. According to... Read more

Mayor Orders Highland Park Gyms Closed To Slow Coronavirus Spread

Mayor Nancy Rotering ordered the closure of indoor gyms, fitness centers and dance studios for 30 days starting Wednesday night, imposing tighter restrictions on local workout... Read more

Highland Park, Deerfield High Schools Set For Remote 2nd Semester

Township High School District 113 administrators announced the suspension of all on-campus services at Deerfield and Highland Park high schools, effective Friday. District... Read more

Evanston Township High School Suspends Extracurricular Activities

All indoor and outdoor extracurricular activities at Evanston Township High School were suspended until further notice ahead of new statewide coronavirus mitigation measures that went... Read more

City Council Candidates File Paperwork For 2021 Election

Candidates for mayor, aldermen and city clerk began filing nomination petitions Monday to run in Evanston's municipal elections next year. Evanston voters are set to pick a... Read more

District 67 Set To Stay Remote Until MLK Day

Fully remote learning began Wednesday for students in Lake Forest Elementary School District 67 and is set to continue until after the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday, administrators... Read more

Accused Bank Robber Charged With 7 More Robberies While On Bail

An Ohio man, accused of robbing a TCF Bank in Glenview in August, is now being charged with seven other bank robberies or attempted bank robberies. Tyler O'Toole, 23, of Cleveland,... Read more

Village Awarded For Top Ranking In Resident Satisfaction Survey

Glencoe has won one of the first-ever "Leading the Way" awards in recognition with residents' level of satisfaction with village services. The prestigious designation is based on the... Read more

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