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Businesses adjust to accommodate customers during pandemic

March 24, 2020 by Christine Adams, Freelance Reporter News, Community, Business

While COVID-19 threatens to interrupt life for the foreseeable future, residents of Winnetka and Northfield can take comfort that their villages’ stores are making significant accommodations to ensure the well-being and safety of all...

100-plus North Shore households participate in neighborhood ‘Bear Hunt’

by Christine Adams, Freelance Reporter News, Community

North Shore residents are going on a bear hunt, and they’re not scared.

Fans of the beloved children’s book “We’re Going on a Bear Hunt” have been delighted to see stuffed animals popping up in the windows of...

Winnetka family offers free games as a 'gift to the community' during pandemic

by Hilary Anderson, Freelance Reporter News, Community

Winnetka’s Christine Walker and her family did something novel during the current COVID-19 pandemic.

They pulled puzzles and board games out of a closet in their home and gave them away for free to residents who found...

Generosity contagious as township food pantry meets needs amid coronavirus concerns

by Bill McLean, Freelance Reporter News, Community

Coronavirus has failed, spectacularly, to diminish the resolve of the superheroes at the New Trier Township food pantry in Winnetka.

It also has spurred more donations from township residents who had been carriers of...