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New Deerfield boutique designed to create ‘joyful community’
Chicken consultant advises Deerfield residents to ‘share the eggs’
Highland Park hockey game will support Gina Bronge Scholarship
Outgoing Deerfield High School principal remembers her tenure fondly
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Deerfield Missed Connection: Workplace romance?
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Police union endorses Lake County Sheriff’s challenger, Jason Patt
Letter: “Keeping George Fornero for a year? Are you kidding me?”
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Letter: Fornero should be terminated immediately
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Grandbooking: Collaboration
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Thefts reported at Deerfield Golf Club
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Deerfield Property Transfers: Lake Cook Road property sells for over $2M
‘Sukkah City’ to premiere in September
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Wings of Freedom Tour comes to the North Shore
Tourism brought $1.2 billion to Lake County in 2013
Chicken consultant advises Deerfield residents to ‘share the eggs’
Chicken consultant advises Deerfield residents to ‘share the eggs’
Only five people have licenses to raise chickens in the village, but if a recent class at the Deerfield Public Library is any indication, that number is likely to grow. More than 35 people showed up when chicken consultant Jennifer Murtoff conducted a class, “Chicken Keeping for City Folks,” Saturday, July 26, at the Deerfield Public Library to learn how to care for the birds. Deerfield currently allows people to raise up to four hens for egg production only. Murtoff talked about raising chickens from baby chicks, how to feed them, collect the eggs, maximize their health and safety and how to determine which ones are roosters.
July 29 4:29 p.m. |
Search-firm screening underway for new District 113 superintendent, principals Schools
Search-firm screening underway for new District 113 superintendent, principals
Township High School District 113 plans to hire a single search firm to find a replacement for Superintendent George Fornero and fill its principal openings at Highland Park and Deerfield high schools. Amid public calls to replace Fornero, the District 113 school board approved a retirement package July 21. The agreement keeps him in the post through next June and does not require the district to buy out the last two years of his five-year contract, which ran through 2017.
July 25 3:51 p.m. |
Moran: Why is attendance down at the Lake County Fair? News
Moran: Why is attendance down at the Lake County Fair?
In 1998, more than 250,000 attended the Lake County Fair. Granted, it is now a five-day festival rather than a six-day one, but for whatever reason, 200,000 visitors is the stuff of memories. In 2009, attendance was 138,000. It dropped below the 100,000 mark in 2011 and remains there.
July 25 11:59 a.m. |
Highland Park-based Campus Colors opens fifth location Business
Highland Park-based Campus Colors opens fifth location
Ever been to Mequon, Wisc.? Jon Rubenstein and his parents, Neil and Barbara, had never spent time in the affluent Milwaukee suburb, but when the three owners of Highland Park-based Campus Colors were deciding where to open their fifth store, Mequon is the town they chose. “The demographics are very similar to Highland Park,” said Jon Rubenstein, who for the past 12 years has worked full-time for the collegiate and professional sports apparel and novelties stores. “Our stores do well in suburban communities where there’s an importance placed on education.”
July 25 8:30 a.m. |
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