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Police: No foul play suspected in Skokie drowning

Skokie Answers: Mexican restaurants in Skokie, village improvements and more

Every week, members of the Skokie community give their thoughts on a few trending topics for a weekly feature called Skokie Answers.

A Skokie man filed a lawsuit  in federal court claiming the state unconstitutionally denied him a permit to carry a concealed gun. | Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Skokie man sues over denial of concealed carry permit

A 69-year-old Skokie man filed a lawsuit Monday in federal court claiming the state unconstitutionally denied him a permit to carry a concealed gun.

Photo: Roycemore School

What is high-stakes testing?

High-stakes testing is a controversial subject in the world of education, as it puts large amounts of stress on teachers and students alike...

Skokie Police Officer Tammy Jacobsen gives Esther Eisenstein a purse hanger last week at Panera Bread to better protect her from would-be thieves. Many purses are picked inside such venues.  |  Mike Isaacs/Sun-Times Media

Skokie Police educate public on 'crimes of opportunity'

Skokie Police have noticed a rise in such crimes, and insist the best prevention for potential victims is to better protect themselves. That was behind Skokie Police Deputy...

Divya Barod pumps up her balloon in a race to pop it. The District 73.5 PTA hosted its annual Fun Fair Saturday at McCracken Middle School.  |  Jason Glosniak/for Sun-Times Media

District 73.5 Fun Fair serves up fun while raising funds

SKOKIE — To put District 73.5’s annual Fun Fair in perspective, you have to consider what is not in walking range from its three schools.

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Earth Day and Arbor Day events in suburban Chicago

Find a fun way to make a difference in the community with these Earth Day and Arbor Day celebrations in suburban Chicago.

<p>Double decker grilled cheese. &nbsp;| &nbsp;Courtesy of Lucy Rendler-Kaplan</p>

Lucy Blogs: Slice of Life

Lucy Rendler-Kaplan gives us her review for Slice of Life in Skokie.

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Skokie residents participate in the 2014 Boston Marathon

Boston hosts runners and spectators for the 2014 Boston Marathon, which marks the one-year anniversary of the bombings. Security has been tightened at this year's marathon.

The Skokie round up: Top stories, April 11-18

Here's a roundup of what you might have missed this week in the Skokie Review.

Fashion store, Mexican eatery slated to open at Old Orchard

SKOKIE — A new upscale fashion store and an authentic Mexican restaurant are heading to Westfield Old Orchard in future months.

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