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More than 60 Deer Path Middle School staff members and parents attended a special Lake Forest School District 67 board meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 8, in search of information regarding Principal Tom Cardamone, whose absence from the school starting two weeks ago has left many unanswered questions.
Peter Kaspari
Shawheen Sariri, 23, of Lake Villa, was charged with predatory criminal sexual assault of a child under the age of 13, criminal sexual assault and aggravated criminal sexual abuse on March 20, in Lake Forest, according to a police report from the Lake Forest Police Department.
Alyssa Groh
John “Jack” Ireland Adams, 20, of Lake Forest, died at Clear Lake, Ind. on Saturday, June 29, while wake surfing, one of his favorite activities.
Alyssa Groh
The assistant athletic director at Lake Forest High School, Christopher J. Morehead, 56, of Vernon Hills, was charged with felony theft for allegedly stealing $2,280 from the school.
Alyssa Groh
Two people who had been dating until recently were identified as the deceased after a Lake Forest shooting Wednesday morning, Jan. 3, according to a coroner’s report.
Alyssa Groh
The Lake Forest Police Department is seeking the public’s help of locating two North Shore teenagers who allegedly ran away together, according to the Lake Forest Police Department.
Alyssa Groh
Bigger is always better has been Wendy Deeter’s motto. She has displayed her motto through her bakery at Deeter Cookies in Lake Bluff.
Alyssa Groh
The Lake Forest Police Department has identified the person who died on March 29 in a roll-over accident on Route 41 in Lake Forest, as 20-year-old Sierra Riley, of Zion.
Alyssa Groh
One week after being arrested for stealing $2,280 from Lake Forest High School, Christopher J. Morehead submitted his resignation as the school’s assistant athletic director.
Alyssa Groh

No amount of rain could keep Lake Forest High School’s Class of 2016 from shining on its graduation day on Saturday, June 4.

The honorary ceremony traditionally held on the school’s front lawn was moved indoors to the fieldhouse and gymnasium to accommodate graduates, administrators and well-wishers alike.

More than 400 students’ names were called during the presentation of diplomas.

Derek Wolff

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