• Brad Schneider (D-Deerfield) speaks Tuesday, Nov. 6, in his victory speech to a packed room of supporters at the Highland Park Country Club. (22nd Century Media File Photo)

    Rep. Schneider touts efforts to check and balance Trump’s actions

    February 19, 2019 By George Castle, Freelance Reporter News, Local Government

    Despite being well into tax season, the U.S.

  • Highland Park alumnus Francesco Moore squares up his opponent in a college match with Indiana University. Moore was drafted in January by the Portland Timbers of the MLS. (Photos submitted by IUHoosiers.com)

    Time for Moore: HP native achieves lifelong dream of playing pro soccer

    February 18, 2019 By Joe Coughlin, Publisher Sports, Alumni-College

    The biggest moment of his young life was about to unfold, and wouldn’t you know it, Francesco Moore was in the weight room. 

  • Highland Park High School students (left to right) Joey Schwartz, a soccer player; Caitlin Goldberg, a tennis player; and Julia Shafir, a golfer, sign to colleges Feb. 13 at Highland Park High School. Erin Yarnall/22nd century Media

    HPHS celebrates nine Giants on signing day

    February 15, 2019 By Erin Yarnall, Editor Sports, High School

     Nine student-athletes at Highland Park High School made a big commitment public on Feb. 13 at a ceremony held outside of the school’s gym.

  • NSSD112: Ravinia Greenhouse flourishes students’ enjoyment for lettuce

    February 13, 2019 By Eric Bradach, Freelance Reporter News, School

    A parent trying to convince their child to eat their vegetables at the dinner table is an all too familiar sight, but a one elementary greenhouse has convinced some student’s taste buds

  • Chicago Tribune film critic Michael Phillips gives his picks for who he believes will win big at the Academy Awards, Feb. 7, at the Highland Park Public Library. (Erin Yarnall/22nd Century Media)

    Film critic Michael Phillips gives Oscar picks at library

    February 12, 2019 By Doug Rapp, Freelance Reporter News, Community

    Chicago Tribune film critic Michael Phillips asked the packed auditorium who would win Oscar for Best Picture.