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Patch Roundup: Teen May Plead Guilty to Reckless Homicide, Local Athletes Seek Olympic Gold

Other big news from around the area: a new mall may be in the works west of Old Orchard, and a nonprofit comes under fire for the number of dogs euthanized.

Carly Rousso is willing to plead guilty to reckless homicide and accept the court's judgment, according to her lawyer. Photo by Stacy Westcott of the Chicago Tribune as part of a court approved media pool.
Carly Rousso is willing to plead guilty to reckless homicide and accept the court's judgment, according to her lawyer. Photo by Stacy Westcott of the Chicago Tribune as part of a court approved media pool.

Here's a look at the biggest stories around the North Shore this week.

HIGHLAND PARK--Rousso Would Plead Guilty to Reckless Homicide. Highland Park teen feels remorse for her role in causing the death of a 5-year-old. Prosecution refuses to say whether the offer is acceptable. 

BUFFALO GROVE — Buffalo Grove Hockey Player Seeks Olympic Gold — A Stevenson High School graduate will represent Team USA on the 2014 Olympics women’s ice hockey team.

SKOKIE -- New Mall Could Sprout On West Side of Old Orchard -- A developer may knock down an office tower to build a retail building with a residential tower. 

EVANSTON - Number of Dogs Euthanized at Evanston Nonprofit Raises Alarm From Volunteers, City Officials - After a group of volunteers came forward with concerns about the percentage of dogs being recommended for euthanasia by C.A.R.E., city officials are taking a hard look at the nonprofit that supports the Evanston Animal Shelter.

MORTON GROVE--Muslim School Buys Site of Former Jewish School -- Morton Grove’s Muslim Community Center is expanding to a second campus, and paid $2.2 million for a building where students learned Judaism since 1978.

NORTHBROOK-- Northbrook's Vapor4Life Expands Into Chicago - The local e-cigarette company has opened a shop in Lincoln Square.

DEERFIELD--DC Sarnies Closes Feb. 8. Restaurant served Village’s best hamburger, according to Patch readers. Eatery cites insufficient demand for its type of eatery.

LAKE FOREST — Lake Forest Approves Hospital Revitalization Plan — Northwestern Lake Forest Hospital’s main hospital building will be replaced and the campus will be revitalized under a plan approved this week by the Lake Forest City Council.

GLENVIEW - Glenview Speed Skater Greets Young Skaters Before Heading to Olympics - Brian Hansen, who was born in Evanston and grew up in Glenview, stopped by the Northbrook Speed Skating Club Tuesday before heading to Sochi.


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