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Gorton Community Center has launched its Community Spirit Transformed Capital Campaign, which will revolutionize the historic building — converting it to a 21st-century arts, cultural and educational venue — while strengthening Gorton’s endowment.
Lake Forest police are investigating the source of a bomb threat that was called into Lake Forest High School at about 11:30 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 17.
Art Miller writes in the Reader Forum: “The City of Lake Forest, with funding from IDOT, the state’s Dept. of Transportation, seeks to replace the century-old bridge over the ravine near Woodbine and between 955 and 975 N. Lake Road with a new wider bridge with sidewalks on both sides, not just on one as presently is the case.”
Nature in all its beauty and abundance will be on display at the Re-invent Gallery of Lake Forest this holiday season, featuring the works of three highly-regarded Michigan landscape artists.
More than half of Lake Forest High School seniors admitted to having consumed alcohol within the past 30 days, and over a third admitted to binge drinking sometime within the past two weeks
The Lake Bluff Park District Board of Trustees is preparing a schedule for renovations to Sunrise Beach, Blair Park Pool and several other facilities thanks to a $3.1 million referendum that more than 71% of LBPD voters approved on Election Day Nov. 4.
Sometimes the bars on the windows are needed to keep the crazies out, rather than keep the patients in.