• Former Lincoln-Way North football player Ryan Arthur has continued his career at Washington University. He will face his brother Jake Arthur on the field when his team plays Illinois Wesleyan on Oct. 20. Danny Reise/WUSTL

    Brothers, former LW football players set for battle on gridiron

    October 18, 2018 By Jon DePaolis, Freelance Reporter Sports, Alumni-College
    It’s brother against brother.
  • Frankfort Mayor Jim Holland (middle) poses with Frankfort Bluegrass Festival committee members (left to right) April Jackson, Nikki Giblin, Brooke Groszek, Jennifer Wonnell, Jon Hamilton and Steve Haberichter during the Frankfort Village Board’s Oct. 15 meeting. Photo by Megan Schuller/22nd Century Media

    Frankfort Bluegrass Festival honored after receiving worldwide recognition

    October 18, 2018 By Megan Schuller, Freelance Reporter News, Village

    In mid-July a surge of bluegrass music swept through Frankfort during the community’s eighth annual bluegrass festival.

  • John McAuliffe, co-owner of Durbins Pizza in Frankfort, stands behind the carry-out counter of the newly remodeled restaurant in downtown Frankfort. The pizzeria recently reopened after an arson fire in July resulted in a full remodel of the restaurant. Photos by Amanda villiger/22nd Century Media

    Durbins reopens with new look following arson in July

    October 16, 2018 By Amanda Villiger, Assistant Editor News

    Durbins in downtown Frankfort is open again after a July 15 fire that Frankfort Fire Protection District officials determined was an act of arson, which led to a complete remodeling of the inside o

  • Willow Svehla (left), Delaney Fritz (middle) and Laurel Svehla play a witch-themed game together Friday, Oct. 12, during the Frankfort Park District’s Witches Brew event held at the Founders Community Center. Rochelle McAuliffe/22nd Century Media

    'Witches Brew' event offers ghoulish fun for Frankfort children

    October 16, 2018 By Rochelle McAuliffe, Freelance Reporter News

    The leaves are changing color, the air is getting cooler, and the season of pointed hats and black cats is approaching.

  • Lincoln-Way East’s Nate Warning (45) and Joshua Vargas (14) take down Thornwood’s De’Aviyon Rockett on Thursday, Oct. 11, during the second half of the game in South Holland. The Griffins defeated the Thunderbirds 56-18. Julie McMann/22nd Century Media

    With rout of Thornwood, Griffins set new mark for most points in a season

    October 12, 2018 By Jon DePaolis, Freelance Reporter Sports, High School
    The 2018 Lincoln-Way East football team began the year carrying the weight of continuing on from last year’s undefeated Class 8A state championship team.

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