• Dr. Matt Eriksen is employed with District 112 through June 30.

    Embattled D112 principal ousted from new job in wake of accusations

    June 14, 2018 By Joe Coughlin, Publisher News, Local Government, School

    The fallout from anonymous allegations made against a Highland Park school administrator continued Thursday, June 14, when the Evergreen Park School District 124 Board of Education voted

  • Maria Mangiardi finds a great spot to snooze on her father, Paul, for the winning photo in our Father’s Day Photo Contest. (Photos Submitted)

    Adorable, surprise moment wins Father’s Day Photo Contest

    June 15, 2018 By Joe Coughlin, Publisher News, Contests

    Penny Mangiardi expected cute to happen when she placed baby Maria on her father’s back. But more funny cute, then adorable cute. 

  • Jolie Carl, HP junior

    Team 22: 2018 Girls Soccer

    June 14, 2018 By Staff Report Sports, High School
    Welcome to 22nd Century Media’s All-Area team: Team 22. Thanks to help from area coaches and the eyes of 22nd Century Media staff, the best players were selected from eight high schools — Glenbrook North (GBN), Glenbrook South (GBS), Highland Park (HP), Lake Forest (LF), Loyola Academy (LA), North Shore Country Day (NSCD), New Trier (NT) and Regina Dominican (RD) — in our coverage area.
  • Highland Park alumnus Fitz Laurie, shown here during the 2017 cross country season, will run with the Pac-12’s Sun Devils Division-I team this fall. Photo Submitted

    Going Places: Laurie prepares for Pac-12 cross country, track landscape

    June 12, 2018 By Brittany Kapa, Sports Editor Sports
    In the world of competitive running, an athlete’s athletic prowess is always measurable.
  • Petal, a new rose-water creation from Highland Park's Candice Crane, is on sale at Sunset Foods. (Harrison Raft/22nd Century Media)

    Petal rose water starts to grow on Highland Park

    June 12, 2018 By Harrison Raft, Editorial Intern Life & Arts, Living
    An idea planted in Candice Crane’s head was nourished by her roots in South Africa. It grew from love given by Crane’s grandmother and has now sprouted and is ready for you.