• Levine, a Highland Park native, has begun to make a name for himself in the ARCA Racing Series, which has launched the careers of multiple drivers now in the NASCAR circuit. Photos submitted by Lira Motorsports PR

    Highland Park’s David Levine making a mark in stock cars

    April 17, 2015 By Kyle Pokrefky, Staff Writer Sports

    When it comes to stock car racing, you don’t typically think of the North Shore as a breeding ground for prominent names within the ranks of the sport.

  • Highland Park’s goalie, sophomore John Shulz, makes a nice save on a shot from a New Trier attacker during his team’s loss to the visiting Trevians on April 22. Jamie Bradley/22nd Century Media.

    Boys Lacrosse: Giants routed by Trevs on home turf

    April 24, 2015 By David Jaffe, Staff Writer Sports

    The New Trier boys lacrosse team completely controlled possession of the ball from the start in its road matchup against Highland Park on Wednesday, April 22, at Wolters Field.

  • Highland Park sophomore Jacob Edelchik, the No. 1 singles player, returns a shot near the net versus New Trier on Tuesday, April 21, at Danny Cunniff Park in Highland Park. Eric DeGrechie/22nd Century Media.

    Trevians hold on for narrow win over Giants

    April 24, 2015 By Eric DeGrechie, Contributing Editor Sports

    The New Trier boys tennis team definitely had its collective hands full versus Highland Park on Tuesday, April 21, at Danny Cunniff Park. 

  • Dal Ponte Interiors, 1300 Old Skokie Valley Road, will close its doors on April 30, after more than 50 years of business. Hope HOlmberg/22nd Century Media

    Dal Ponte Interiors closing in May

    April 21, 2015 By Hope Holmberg, Assistant Editor News

    Dal Ponte Interiors, 1300 Old Skokie Valley Road in Highland Park, will close its doors on April 30.

  • Christy Jones (left) and her daughter, Sydney, 6, of Highland Park, enjoy a croissant, a quiche and a strawberry crepe. Hope Holmberg/22nd Century Media

    Elm Place Middle School students present French café

    April 21, 2015 By Hope Holmberg, Assistant Editor Life & Arts

    Eighth-grade students at Elm Place Middle School sold crepes, quiche and croissants on April 14 at the annual “La Fleur de Paris” café.

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