Trading accusations about how they would handle Medicare and Social Security, Rep. Brad Schneider, D-Deerfield, and his opponent in the Nov. 4 election, former Rep. Robert Dold, R-Kenilworth, tried to make each other look like a senior citizen’s worst nightmare.
Sept. 14 3:11 p.m. |
Tom & Eddie’s restaurant closed its Deerfield Square location in early September after three years in the village, because it did not perform as the company hoped it would, according to a company spokesperson.
“In the end, this location just did not prove suitable for our concept,” spokesperson Tony Dentice said. “The decision to close our Deerfield location was a difficult one for us and was made after much thought and of course, with a heavy heart.”
Sept. 12 5:14 p.m. |
One of downtown Deerfield’s newer businesses, Jelli Goods moved into its village center location at 829 Waukegan Road in May with a mission to help people convey their personality through casual clothing.
“We give people a vehicle to express their creativity in a way that is very unusual,” said owner Ken Freeman, who lives in Lincolnshire.
Sept. 12 3:30 p.m. |
Diane Sanderson, the director of voter services for the League of Women Voters of Lake County, was disappointed there would be no live debate before voters.
“Above all I would like voters in the 10th Congressional District to have a chance to see them in person,” Sanderson said. “You see a different side of each of them in person than when you watch it on TV.”
Sept. 10 1:40 p.m. |
Deerfield High School announced the school would be closed Sept. 10 due to a power outage.
Sept. 10 8:53 a.m. |
The 100,000-square-foot facility, which offers classes at all fitness levels, celebrates its fifth year under Deerfield Park District ownership and operation with an open house from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 13, where people can tour the facility and watch demonstrations.
Sept. 10 7:30 a.m. |
Holy Cross students Mac Silba of Highland Park, Reindel Weaver of Deerfield and Sarah Lincolnhol of Riverwoods won an anti-bullying awareness poster contest sponsored by Lake County State’s Attorney Mike Nerheim, and were honored for their achievement Aug. 25 at the school year’s opening mass.
Sept. 9 1 p.m. |
Sean Cannon, who is the CEO of Venue One, an event center in Chicago’s West Loop neighborhood, presented his proposal for transforming the Berto Center into a luxury entertainment venue Sept. 4. The full Board of Trustees will consider his proposal for a luxury entertainment venue Sept. 15, according to Management Analyst David Fitzgerald.
Sept. 9 10:27 a.m. |
Ernst Berlin has two passions in his life: funding cancer research and building motorcycles.
Those obsessions will come together when he drives the motorcycle he built in The Distinguished Gentlemen’s Ride to raise money to fight prostate cancer Sept. 28 in Chicago.
Sept. 9 9:57 a.m. |
Kung Fu Power owner Richard Baron of Highland Park describes the martial art he teaches as a journey. His business took a step forward on that trip when a stranger stepped into his path to help when he needed an approval from the Village of Deerfield.
Sept. 8 5:12 p.m. |