Most high school football teams start thinking about playoff possibilities now, but Deerfield has been in postseason mode all month.
Oct. 21 4:10 p.m. |
Unexpected rain washed the Highland Park Sectional girls tennis tournament from one outdoor site to three indoor venues and back outside again.
Oct. 21 3:49 p.m. |
Deerfield Public Schools District 109 took the first step withdraw from the North Shore Special Education District (NSSED).
Oct. 21 10:01 a.m. |
Students in Deerfield Public Schools District 109 six schools are testing substantially ahead of other students in the state, according to a report from Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning Jeff Zoul.
Oct. 21 10 a.m. |
A few handwritten words on a printed invitation can be life changing, as it was when one Deerfield woman penned a short note to another.
Oct. 21 6 a.m. |
An empty nester housing development near the intersection of Deerfield Road and Carlisle Avenue rejected by the Village Board of Trustees Oct. 6 has new life.
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Oct. 20 11:22 p.m. |
Tradition will be tweaked by the Deerfield Park District for this year’s rendition of the 27th annual Halloween Hoopla.
Oct. 17 3:30 p.m. |
Hobby Lobby, the Oklahoma City based nationwide crafts and home décor retailer, plans to become the newest tenant at Deerfield’s Deerbrook shopping center.
Oct. 16 6:13 p.m. |
Both Dold and Schneider had a hand in bipartisan budgets during their respective Congressional tenures. Their record differs when it comes to Medicare and the Affordable Care Act.
Oct. 15 6 p.m. |
Former Navy SEAL trainer Nick Early became coach of the Bannockburn Midtown Athletic Club’s youth and masters swim teams in June, and has translated some of what he learned in the four years developing the country’s warriors into success with young competitive swimmers.
Oct. 13 6 a.m. |