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Highland Park, IL, United States

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Recent articles by Steve:

Suburban businesses dip toes into the water of reopening, but just about ‘everything has changed’

As area businesses in towns like Deerfield, Buffalo Grove, Highland Park and Lincolnshire begin to reopen after months of closures related to the coronavirus pandemic, patrons adjust to the new normal. → Read More

Man arrested in Highland Park vandalism unrelated to George Floyd protests, police say

Broken windows and looting at businesses in Highland Park and Deerfield over the weekend were not part of the wave of nationwide protests connected to the death of George Floyd, police said. → Read More

Rochelle Zell’s Ari Rosen achieves dream of playing college baseball

Ari Rosen has committed to Rose-Hulman. → Read More

Virtual town hall brought Highland Park residents up to speed on current conditions, as Pritzker’s stay-home restriction lifts

Highland Park residents got updated on current conditions during a virtual town hall May 20. → Read More

Highland Park officials mulling the financial impact of ‘stay-at-home’ as businesses set to open in limited capacities

Highland Park expects to lose 12% of projected FY20 sales tax revenue due to businesses being closed during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Highland Park, Deerfield high schools expect some remote learning to continue in fall

Township High School District 113 officials say they expect remote learning to be part of the program for Deerfield and Highland Park high school students next school year. → Read More

Highland Park, Deerfield high schools to hold online commencement then pass out diplomas in person

Highland Park and Deerfield high schools will have a virtual graduation ceremony for the class of 2020, then pass out diplomas at a live event. → Read More

Skokie Park District names park in honor of pioneering local doctor

Skokie's newly named park honors an important figure in the village's history. → Read More

Carmel girls soccer coach Stephanie Kile, who is a nurse, guides her team through uncharted obstacles

Stephanie Kile has had an unusual first season as the head coach of the Carmel girls soccer team. → Read More

Maine East’s Chrisavgi Kotsifas in elite territory as scholar and athlete

Kotsifas enjoys the team aspect of sports and became a standout student at Maine East. → Read More

Vernon Hills senior Josh Liu finds balance between academics, athletics

Josh Liu has found excellence in all areas during his time at Vernon Hills. → Read More

North Shore farmers markets prepare for a socially distant summer

Farmers markets will be required to develop social distancing plans to protect customers and vendors from the coronavirus. → Read More

Deerfield’s Malori Killoren staying sharp after canceled senior season

Malori Killoren was a go-to player for Deerfield. → Read More

Deerfield freshman Will Holtz shifts to virtual racing during coronavirus pandemic

Will Holtz has not left his house during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Suburban schools prepare for cancellation of spring sports: ‘I’m filled with sadness.’

The IHSA announced that an official ruling would come Tuesday, but the governor's closing of all schools would make any plan to play spring sports almost impossible. → Read More

Skokie Spirit Shines Through campaign aims to connect community, raise funds for those impacted by COVID-19

Skokie Spirit Shines Through aims to connect residents and raise money for local people in need. → Read More

Following husband’s COVID-19 diagnosis, Highland Park resident is distributing signs to support health care workers and donating proceeds

As the coronavirus pandemic intensified and turned personal for her family, Margi Bordo, a Highland Park resident, felt compelled to do something to show support for the essential workers who can’t stay home. → Read More

For Washington Capitals coach Todd Reirden, COVID-19 dangers hit close to home

Washington Capitals coach Todd Reirden, a Deerfield native, and his wife are caring for their 17-year-old son Travis, who has an immune deficiency. → Read More

New pastor selected to lead Christ United Methodist Church in Deerfield

Rev. Esther Lee is set to become the new pastor of Christ United Methodist Church in Deerfield later this summer. → Read More

North Shore senior centers turn to technology to connect, entertain residents during stay-at-home order

The North Shore Senior Center and Levy Senior Center in Evanston have made programming available online. → Read More