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Officials seek to 'keep the word alive' in SIU student's February death

Oct 18, 2014 • Chicago Tribune
With the facts in dispute and people seeking answers about a Southern Illinois University student's death in February, Morton Grove Mayor Dan DiMaria held a news conference Saturday to “keep the word alive.” "This is not just a tragedy,' DiMaria said. More

Taxpayers critical of new partnership between Districts 219 and 69

Oct 14, 2014 • Skokie Review
SKOKIE — School District 219 officials were scrutinized during a packed Oct. 1 town hall meeting for spending millions on a partnership with Skokie School District 69 that some taxpayers believe excludes other feeder school districts. The town hall ... More

Weekend Wrap: Reams produces for Warren

Sep 29, 2014 • Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette (blog)
NAQUAN JONES, a junior defensive tackle at Evanston (Ill.) High School, and the Wildkits lost 47-42 at home to Skokie (Ill.) Niles West High School on Friday night. Jones, who has offers from Illinois, Indiana and Iowa, and the Wildkits (2-3) return to ... More

Converts to Judaism to celebrate Rosh Hashana

Sep 24, 2014 • Chicago Tribune
Burian's first exposure came in the early 1980s, as an exchange student at Niles West High School, when she lived with a Jewish host family. After graduation she went back to Serbia, attended college and ... She lights Shabbat candles, keeps kosher and ... More

Weekend Wrap: DeKalb's Brown dazzles again

Sep 22, 2014 • Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette (blog)
Jones, who has offers from Illinois, Indiana and Iowa, and the Wildkits (2-2) are back in action at 7:30 p.m. this Friday at home against Skokie (Ill.) Niles West High School. JAMAL MILAN, a senior defensive tackle at Chicago Al Raby High School, and ... More

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