• Mother’s Day contest enters final stretch

    April 17, 2015 By Bill Jones, Managing Editor News

    OK, this is it, final call to step up and show your mothers you love them.

    Don’t screw this up. Time’s running out.

  • Frankfort resident Lisa Thomson (not pictured) is helping spread the word about Noonday Collection, a fair trade accessories company. Brooke Van Gronigen

    Frankfort woman helping spread Noonday Collection’s message

    April 17, 2015 By Jennifer Nunez, Staff Writer Life & Arts

    In 2010, Jalia and Daniel were living in Uganda, literally praying for their next meal.

  • Lincoln-Way North senior Maddie Witt, playing the title character, sings a solo April 15 during a rehearsal of the school’s production of “Peter Pan.” Photos by Jon DePaolis/22nd Century Media

    Lincoln-Way North students to take flight in ‘Peter Pan’

    April 17, 2015 By Jon DePaolis, Editor Life & Arts

    “Peter Pan” starts out with a boy who never wants to grow up, but for the directors of this year’s Lincoln-Way North musical, the growth of the student musicians can’t be overstated.

  • Lincoln-Way North’s Max Lawrence (middle) attempts to spike the ball Thursday, April 16, during a match against host Sandburg in Orland Park. Photos by Paul Bergstrom/22nd Century Media

    Phoenix boys volleyball puts up fight, still falls to Sandburg

    April 17, 2015 By Dave Owen, Staff Writer Sports, High School

    Ethan Klosak and the Lincoln-Way North boys volleyball team could have potential for big things this season. But matching up with Sandburg is a tall order.

  • Lincoln-Way East sophomore Hannah Barnard competes in the 100-meter hurdles during the triangular meet. Barnard won the event. Photos by Tristan Zeier/22nd Century Media

    Shorthanded Griffins girls track team still shows mettle at H-F Invite

    April 17, 2015 By Dave Owen, Staff Writer Sports, High School

    The Lincoln-Way East’s girls track and field team competed April 11 in its first big outdoor meet of the season since winning the Class 3A state title by 33 points last May.

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