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
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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.
The Winnetka-Northfield Chamber of Commerce orchestrated a ribbon cutting ceremony honoring Yogi Barre LLC, 549 Lincoln Avenue, Winnetka on Wednesday, January 27. Village Representatives, Chamber Officials and members were all in attendance to welcome the new Fitness Studio to Winnetka. To learn morRead More
It’s Official…Mrs. Green’s Natural Market opened it’s doors for business on Wednesday, January 27. A ribbon cutting ceremony was conducted by the Winnetka-Northfield Chamber of Commerce along with Village Officials, representatives of the Chamber, Winnetka residents and fellow merchants.Read More
David M. Trandel, the Developer of ONEWinnetka has sent out a letter to Winnetka residents and businesses addressing questions that have arisen about the project. He presents factual answers to misconceptions surrounding the Project. Read the letter in it’s entirety..Read More
Zengeler Cleaners, the Midwest’s oldest and largest drycleaner, is proud to introduce the company’s 2016 “20-Year Club.” The historic family-owned business now has 28 of their 93 employees who have been with the company for 20 or more years, combining for an astonishing 815 years of service to Zengeler Cleaners customers. With dedicated and loyal employees like these, it is no wonder the company has excelled in business for nearly 160 years!Read More
I wanted to share our experience at Sawbridge with changing out all of our Halogen track bulbs for LEDs…in the six months since we began the change, our electric bill has gone down 25%!Read More
WNCC Teams with Make It Better to Create the 2016 Winnetka-Northfield Chamber of Commerce Lifestyle & Business Guide.
The 2016 Winnetka-Northfield Chamber of Commerce is teaming up with Make It Better to create the 2016 Winnetka-Northfield Chamber of Commerce Lifestyle & Business Guide. The Guide is the go-to source for information regarding the Villages,Read More
WNCC member Chad Fitzloff of Edward Jones shared this article with me and it is an interesting read….
For the first time in nearly a decade, the Federal Reserve (Fed) raised short-term interest rates. The widely expected 0.25% increase ended its zero rate policy. Short-term interest rates had been near zeroRead More