Don’t make any rash decisions: Experts say Dec. 21, 2012 is going to be just another typical winter solstice.
A 58-year-old Wilmette man died in mid December after falling backward through a glass coffee table and severely wounding his back, police reported.
After serving the North Shore for more than 20 years, a Wilmette business will be closing its doors.
Operated by Gilson’s co-owner Chuck Rometty, the family-friendly restaurant will take over The Crystal Cave’s former location at 1141 Central Ave. Its menu will blend barbecue and upscale bar food paired with wine and a list of about 50 beers from around the world. While entrees at Gilson’s peak at $28.95, no dishes at The Big Black Dog will cost more than $19.99.
Two victims were taken to the hospital, two cars were towed from the scene and Glenview PD briefly shutdown eastbound Lake Ave. traffic
The Wilmette eatery features an extensive beer list, a large menu, flat screen TVs, an internet jukebox and many pictures of big black dogs.
A Waukegan man admitted to stealing over $42,000 during his time as a manger of a Wilmette business by diverting customer credit card payments into a personal bank account, police reported.
The Winnetka native and Loyola Academy alum will be bringing the top medal home to the North Shore.
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