• Highland Park quarterback John Sakos looks for a receiver downfield Tuesday, July 11, during the 24-team Central Suburban League 7-on-7 passing competition at Maine West. Scott Margolin/22nd Century Media

    Giants taste CSL competition at 7-on-7s

    July 17, 2017 By David Jaffe, Freelance Reporter Sports, High School
    The Highland Park, Glenbrook South, Glenbrook North and New Trier football teams put their skills to the test on Tuesday, July 11, during the 24-team Central Suburban League 7-on-7 passing competition at Maine West.
  • Matt Drummond pushes a canoe through the flooding with Josh Drummond (left to right), Bryan Springman, Gustavo Diaz and Hayden Schott Wednesday, July 12 at Highland Park High School’s Wolters Field. Jeremy Turley/22nd Century Media

    Highland Park experiences extreme flooding after storm

    July 17, 2017 By Jeremy Turley, Freelance Reporter News
    The lightning on the night of the storm was quite a spectacle. Highland Park residents watched from their doorsteps and windows as the brilliant purple bolts shot across the dark sky.
  • Backyard Grill’s buffalo wings ($7 for six, $10 for 12) are served with celery, carrots and a choice of ranch or blue cheese. Courtney Jacquin/22nd Century Media

    Poultry paradise: Chicken wings abound on the North Shore

    July 19, 2017 By Staff Report Life & Arts, Dining Out
    Chicken is such a versatile food.
  • Carol D’Anca, a Highland Park resident and nutritionist, poses in her outdoor kitchen. Alan P. Henry/22nd Century Media

    Highland Park nutritionist turns passion into book

    July 19, 2017 By Alan P. Henry, Freelance Reporter Life & Arts
    Tens of millions of Americans take some combination of what Highland Park nutritionist Carol D’Anca MS, LDN, CNS, calls “the holy trinity of medications” for high cholesterol, high blood pressure and Type 2 diabetes.
  • Former Highland Park kicker Jacob Swartz punts the ball during the Giants’ game against Elk Grove Sept. 9, 2016. Victory Views

    Going Places: Swartz ready to compete at Miami University

    July 19, 2017 By Jake Markowitz, Editorial Intern Sports
    When he first met the coaches at Miami University, preferred walk-on Jacob Swartz knew he had found the place where he wanted to continue his football career.



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