This season, kick it up a notch and do something good for your “sole” by giving your old shoes a much-needed makeover.
Oct. 1 4:20 p.m. |
Morton Grove recently lost a notable citizen whose great-grandparents were among the original farm families who settled in the village in the 1840s.
Sept. 30 6:56 p.m. |
Shel Marcus, a Morton Grove Village Trustee, recently attended a B’nai B’rith International Policy Forum in Panama City, Panama.
Starting this fall, Morton Grove will spotlight nine standout community members nominated by the public for making the community a better place to live.
Sept. 29 12:05 p.m. |
Dear Help Squad, The Village of Skokie did construction on our street this summer. On July 10, they accidentally hit a gas pipe. Nicor was called; they came out and told us a tree had to be removed to fix the pipe.
Sept. 29 11 a.m. |
The Friars' Olivia Ryan won the girls' race, while Buffalo Grove took first in the boys flight at the Gummerson Invite.
Sept. 27 7:02 p.m. |
The Wolves marched 73 yards in 2 minutes, 48 seconds to score the game-winning touchdown on their last possession. They earned a 47-42 CSL South win over Evanston.
Things To Do
Introducing young kids to classical music can make them lifelong fans. That’s the goal of Ars Viva Symphony Orchestra’s “Music for Life program.”
Sept. 26 11:45 a.m. |
When running back Munkh Bayer broke his leg, more pressure was put on Woody Corey to produce on offense. He even shifted to quarterback against Niles West.
Arts & Entertainment
Cavern dwellers unpack animated family weirdness in “The Boxtrolls,” Denzel Washington balances out the good-guy/bad-guy equation in “The Equalizer,” Simon Pegg seeks satisfaction in “Hector and the Search for Happiness” and Mia Wasikowska happily walks alone in “Tracks,” all in area theaters.
Sept. 25 2 p.m. |