• A 1-year-old bald eagle is now a resident at Lake Forest’s Wildlife Discovery Center. Photo submitted

    Bald eagle finds home at Wildlife Discovery Center

    September 13, 2016 By Submitted Content News
    A 1-year-old female bald eagle is now at home at the Wildlife Discovery Center in Lake Forest on 1401 W. Middlefork Drive.
  • Lake Forest outside hitter Meghan McGrail (11) and middle hitter Maren Douglass (10) go up for a tandem block during Lake Forest’s 25-20, 24-26, 25-17 victory over Loyola Academy on Sept. 13 in Wilmette. Photos from Varsity Views

    Girls Volleyball: Scouts stay perfect in big road win

    September 20, 2016 By Derek Wolff, Sports Editor Sports, High School

    Lake Forest captain Emma Patlovich stood at the far left corner of the volleyball court and bounced the ball, once, twice, before lofting it into the air for her serve.

  • David Roth is an 83-year-old Lake Forest resident who has been teaching photography for more than 42 years, including classes at Gorton Community Center. Photo submitted

    Longtime LF teacher emphasizes thought process in photography

    September 23, 2016 By Alan P. Henry, Freelance Reporter Life & Arts
    As David Roth sees it, one of his primary tasks as a photography teacher is to “inspire people to learn how to see.”
  • Second place winner Elias Theodosis, of Evanston, crosses the finish line at the Swinging Bridge 8K Trail Race on Sunday, Sept. 18. Photos by Claire Esker/22nd Century Media

    Runners compete in scenic Swinging Bridge 8K Trail Race

    September 21, 2016 By Staff Report News
    Runners raced through the Derwen Mawr and Skokie River Nature Preserves at the Swinging Bridge 8K Trail Race on Sunday, Sept. 18.
  • A new location of Valentina, a boutique owned by Lake Bluff resident Sarah Scott, opened at the end of August in Glencoe. Danielle Gensburg/22nd Century Media

    Lake Forest boutique adds location in Glencoe

    September 22, 2016 By Danielle Gensburg, Freelance Reporter News
    The first store Lake Bluff resident Sarah Scott opened was in 1997 — a Lake Forest children’s boutique called Penny’s from Heaven, which she named after her daughter, Penelope.