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.