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New Trier High School junior Zan Fisher recently requested the Village of Wilmette host a hearing on backyard chickens.
Government, Patch's House & Home
Wilmette village trustees approved variations for a lot on Isabella Street that will help preserve historic structures by former associates of Frank Lloyd Wright.
Wilmette Park District's recreation committee reviewed a staff report on platform tennis on April 16 and are continue to research information about the sport, also known as paddle tennis.
The lawsuit claims John Losasso, head of the Evanston-Wilmette Golf Course, violated bylaws and seized power to conduct business dealings.
Colleagues see an autumn return as a real possibility.
Government, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
The change will help preserve two prairie-style structures in Wilmette.
First post-stroke picture of senator released.
Government, Opinion, Police & Fire
Medical marijuana is legal in 16 states. Should Illinois follow suit?
Republican leader reports on his visit with the senator.
Government, Police & Fire, Schools, Arts, The Neighborhood Files, Patch's House & Home, Local Connections
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