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Stay injury free as you push to the finals
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D219 approves $124.1M tax levy
Niles Township District 219 school board members Monday, Oct. 20, approved a tentative 2014 tax levy of $124.1 million—about a 2.1 percent increase from last year’s $121.5 million levy for its operating fund.
Oct. 21 4:25 p.m. |
Skokie Library sets sights on engaging community more News
Skokie Library sets sights on engaging community more
A series of discussions — a “Community Conversation” as the library is calling it — comes from the library’s new Community Engagement Department, the result of an innovative realignment that occurred at the library earlier this year. The library has already held several conversations with invited guests, but the next three will be open to the public.
Oct. 21 3:17 p.m. |
Stay injury free as you push to the finals News
Stay injury free as you push to the finals
Whether you are cheering for the Trevians, Spartans, Wildkits or another favorite team, the time has come to root loudly for the North Shore student athletes participating in fall sports. But with all the twists, pivots and jumps come a greater risk of injury. We need to be diligent about keeping these young athletes injury-free on the field and on the court.
Oct. 21 11 a.m. |

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