The Winnetka-Northfield Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony in conjunction with the first birthday party celebration of The Floured Apron, a non profit social enterprise bakery that creates specialty baked goods hand-crafted by women building brighter futures through participation inRead More
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Pro Remodeler Magazine has awared Rocky Macia of Get Dwell, 1046-C Gage Street, Winnetka, the honor of “40 Under 40” which recognizes the year’s best and brightest in the remodeling industry. The idea isRead More
In honor and memory of relatives and friends who have been affected by breast cancer Rib and Stitch Yard Shop has partnered with KnittedKnockers.org, and their store became an approved collection and distribution center for knitted knockers.Read More
It was 1961 when Bob Berger leased a run down Phillips 66 station off of the main road and began to specialize in servicing VW Beetles. In 1966 Hubbard Woods Motors moved to its current location, 985 Green Bay Road, Winnetka, IL and has been a thriving business since!
The business has evolved over the years…Read More
The WNCC held a ribbon cutting on Tuesday, April 19 to welcome Source Healing to 723 Elm Street, Winnetka. Christie Jordan and her staff’s goal is to help guide you back to clarity and flow through Chinese Medicine and their proprietary Source Method. This is their second location. They are also located at 650 N. Dearborn Street, Suite 800, Chicago. You can read more about Source HealingRead More
The Winnetka-Northfield Chamber of Commerce held it’s 40th Annual Recognition Lunch on Wednesday, April 6 at the Winnetka Community House in Winnetka. A fashion show and a silent auction were also featured in the event. Over 225 people attended to recognize the honorees. The funds raised will be used toRead More
Co-owners Keith Franson and Scott Dallmeyer have moved the Winnetka Institution, Phototronics to a new location…996 Green Bay Road, Winnetka! To commemorate the relocation, the WNCC held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, April 1 to kickoff their weekend of sales, raffles and celebration! (April 1- 2) Phototronics has been operating in Winnetka for over 65 years and is still going strong!Read More
The Winnetka-Northfield Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon for Londo Mondo, 558 Green Bay Road, Winnetka, to commemorate the opening of the new addition to their store. Village Officials, Winnetka-Northfield Chamber members, friends and family attended the celebration. Londo Mondo has been open for one year in Winnetka.Read More
To better reflect the diversity of students it serves and how it has evolved over the years, The Hadley School for the Blind announces that today, it has changed its name to Hadley Institute for the Blind and Visually Impaired. Founded in 1920, Hadley remains the largest providerRead More
The new Writers Theatre designed by Studio Gang Architects held a ribbon-cutting at their spectacular “statement location”, 325 Tudor Court, Glencoe on Feb. 12. It was an event attended by the Theatre’s Trustees, Board Members, Theatre Subscribers,Theater Staff, State Representatives, Glencoe Village officials, Press, Glencoe residents and friends.Read More
Italian Culinary Specialist and Iron Chef America judge, Mario Rizzotti of Academia Barilla will be in Mrs. Green’s Natural Market’s Winnetka store, at 925 Green Bay Road, on Friday and Saturday, February 5 and 6, from Noon to 3pmRead More
This year Lehman School of Dance is celebrating its fortieth year on the North Shore!
The culmination of our celebration will be the weekend of June 11 + 12, 2016 at The Christian Heritage Academy on Waukegan Road, with three shows, to which all of our past students and teachers are being invited. The shows will […]
The Village of Northfield will hold two meetings in February to help answer questions from residents about the upcoming bond referendum to fund infrastructure projects.
“We’ve scheduled the meetings to help residents understand their choices and get the information they need to make an educated decision when they vote,” said Village President Fred Gougler.