Highland Park Cancels 4th Of July Events“Data suggests that large gatherings present a great risk for transmission of COVID-19."
Ravinia Festival Cancels 2020 Season; First Time Since Great DepressionRavinia Festival announced the decision to cancel its 2020 season, late Thursday night.
Highland Park Mayor Nancy Rotering Explains Why She's Calling Out Social Distancing ViolatorsWe’ve heard a lot about what Mayor Lori Lightfoot and Gov. JB Pritzker are doing to control the spread of coronavirus – but what about mayors in the suburbs?
'Not A Proud Moment': Highland Park Mayor Posts Social Distancing WarningThe mayor encourages anyone who sees a group out to call police.
Highland Park Restaurant Giving Hospital Workers Sweet SmileA Highland Park restaurant has come up with a delicious way to put a smile on the faces of those working on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Chicago Jewish Film Festival Kicks Off This WeekThe festival features 52 films and will take place at venues across the city and suburbs.
K-9 Browser Credited In Arrest Of Identify Theft Suspect In Lake CountyA K-9 named Browser is credited in helping in the arrest of an identify theft suspect.
Broken Water Main Causing Backups On SB 41 In Highland ParkA water main break in Highland Park is causing a backup in the southbound lanes on Route 41.
'Dine With A Purpose': Curt's Cafe Opens New Location In Highland Park TodayIt's an eatery where you get more than food.
Deerfield Gets Shout-Out As ‘The Marvelous Ms. Maisel’ Star Alex Borstein Wins Emmy"The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" star and North Shore native Alex Borstein won the Emmy for outstanding supporting actress in a comedy Sunday night.
Park District Of Highland Park Seeking Permit To Address 'Sand Emergency' At Rosewood BeachIt's being called a sand emergency. Record high levels and erosion have taken a toll on a popular beach in Highland Park.
Mosquitoes In Lake County Test Positive For West Nile VirusFor the first time in 2019, Mosquitoes tested positive for West Nile virus in Lake County.
Plenty Of Laws Protect Historic Buildings, But What About Long-Standing Trees?There are rules to protect historic homes and buildings, but in many places no such laws exist to preserve magnificent towering trees.
Walter Payton College Prep To Spend Over $22,000 On Reprinting YearbooksAdministrators at Walter Payton College Prep announced the decision to spend over $22,000 for yearbook reprints after the yearbooks were printing containing offensive content.
Highland Park High School's Yearbooks Printed With 'Offensive' Senior Quote Linked To Nazi LeadersHighland Park High School's yearbook distribution was put on hold after a student's senior quote was linked to Nazi leaders.