• Highland Park's Ryan Brincks navigates his way around the Prospect defense during the Giants' game Friday, Sept.15, in Mt. Prospect. Photos by Neil Ament/22nd Century Media

    Football: Brincks ‘unbelievable’ in Giants’ first win

    September 16, 2017 By Erin Redmond, Sports Editor Sports, High School
    Ryan Brincks had just one word for the Giants’ win against Prospect: unbelievable. And the same could be say for the way he played.
  • The Giant ($19.95) is two half-pound beef patties topped with Wisconsin cheddar cheese, strips of bacon, three onion rings, lettuce, tomato and red onion between a brioche bun served with thick-cut french fries. Xavier Ward/22ND CENTURY MEDIA

    A North Shore twist on an American classic

    September 12, 2017 By Staff Report Life & Arts, Dining Out
    Editors from 22nd Century Media looked for unique burgers from all around the North Shore, this is what they found.
  • Crowds of people check out art from a number of local and national artists at the Port Clinton Art Festival in downtown Highland Park from Aug. 25-27. SUBMITTED PHOTOS

    Port Clinton Art Festival brings around 85,000 people to Highland Park

    September 12, 2017 By Katie Copenhaver, Freelance Reporter News

    The 34th annual Port Clinton Art Festival and the 11th annual Taste of Highland Park took place on Aug. 25 through Aug.

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    Athlete of the Week: Justin Illes

    September 11, 2017 By Erin Redmond, Sports Editor Sports, Athlete of the Week

    Justin Illes is a senior at Highland Park High School who plays midfield/defense for the boys varsity soccer team. 

  • Illinois District 58 Rep. Scott Drury announced his bid for attorney general, dropping out of the gubernatorial race. Xavier Ward/22ND CENTURY MEDIA.

    Rep. Scott Drury drops gubernatorial bid, announces run for attorney general

    September 19, 2017 By Xavier Ward, Editor News

    The Illinois race for governor will have one less democratic competitor as State District 58 Rep. Scott Drury, D–Highwood, has announced his candidacy for attorney general instead.

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