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The Skokie-Morton Grove school district voted 6-1 against having a skate park on the Lincoln School propery.
The local athlete gets some big support from his Greek family. Kontos played at Wrigley Field against the Chicago Cubs last Friday.
With the help of village officials, police officers will be getting new software.
Skokie's village board agrees to permit a new massive sign as part of a $10 million renovation of Old Orchard.
Government, Restaurant Reviews
Skokie's longtime state representative, Lou Lang, is stymied in attempt to get gaming expanded in Illinois.
Lang confident he will eventually get a gaming bill through the House even after recent defeat.
Government, Schools, Volunteers in the News, Sports, Awareness
Students and faculty at Oakton Community College set up shanties to try and simulate what being homeless is all about.
The $3 monthly increase is expected to kick in this January.
A trio of elected officials spoke on jobs, healthcare and the struggling economy during a forum in Skokie on Friday.
Questions remain about how much the new train stop on Oakton will affect business
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