• Julie Stevens (right) dances with Harlem Wizards player Rashaan “Rocket” Barner Sunday, Feb. 22, in order to get her purse back during the Summit Hill Educational Foundation’s ninth annual fundraiser, hosted at Lincoln-Way North High School in Frankfort. Photos by Paul Bergstrom/22nd Century Media

    Harlem Wizards perform magical show at annual SHEF fundraiser

    February 27, 2015 By Laurie Ford, Staff Writer News

    Donning crowns and wigs while wearing colorful striped socks, Summit Hill School District 161 faculty took to the court behind the cheers and applause from more than 1,400 fans and supporters in at

  • Ryan Arthur looks to pass during a game from the 2014 season. Arthur threw for more than 4,000 yards during his three-year stint as starting quarterback at Lincoln-Way North. 22nd Century Media File Photo

    North QB signs letter of intent to play at Washington University in St. Louis

    February 27, 2015 By Jon DePaolis, Editor Sports, High School

    After leaving his mark on a young football program at Lincoln-Way North, senior Ryan Arthur has committed to continue his playing career at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.

  • Bloom’s Danielle King (right) tries to find room inside against Lincoln-Way North’s Lanie Hicks (left) and Kayla Kieklak Friday, Feb. 20, during the Class 4A Thornton Regional title game. King scored 19 points and helped lead the Blazing Trojans to a 58-57 overtime victory over the Phoenix. Photos by Jon DePaolis/22nd Century Media

    Blazing Trojans get by Phoenix in regional title game

    February 27, 2015 By Jon DePaolis, Editor Sports, High School

    In the end, the ball just wouldn’t go in.

  • Pictured are the four flavors of the Ehman family’s Jolly Pelican dessert. The family makes the dessert themselves, and each flavor is vegan, gluten-free and made with fresh fruit. Photo Submitted

    Family tested, Frankfort approved

    February 27, 2015 By Rebecca Susmarski, Assistant Editor Life & Arts

    After being in the dry cleaning business for 40 years, Frankfort resident Greg Ehman decided to switch to an entirely new product — and so far, his efforts have paid off.

  • Pictured is the home at 11 White St., which is to be sold by the Village of Frankfort. The home is expected to be sold at a low price, but it must be moved by the purchaser off the property. Tristan Zeier/22nd Century Media

    Homes for ‘$19.99,’ shipping and handling not included

    February 27, 2015 By Jon DePaolis, Editor News

    Village hopes to sell board-owned homes in downtown district