Week in Review: Nov. 8-14
A look back at news and stories from last week.
Highlights from last week's Winnetka-Glencoe Patch headlines:
- Fashion Designer Andrew Gn was in town for a trunk show at Neapolitan in Winnetka and Patch interviewed him about his impressions of the area and his first visit to Chicago.
- Glencoe police were led to a DUI arrest after an officer spotted a man in a car on Sheridan Road with sparks flying out of his flat tire.
- Glencoe police also arrested two men in connection to a recent driveway sealing scam in the area.
- Winnetka saluted its veterans in an annual ceremony on Veterans Day at the Winnetka Woman's Club.
- Two New Trier seniors on the varsity swim team signed letters of intent to swim in college.
- Little girls dressed in their fanciest garb to greet Jane O'Connor, author of the "Fancy Nancy" series, at The Book Stall.
- Q&A, the newest feature on Winnetka-Glencoe Patch, launched last week. It's a place where you can ask any question you want about your neighborhood and either your neighbors or your local Patch editor will find out the answer. Check it out!
- Winnetka police are advising residents to create a personal inventory of valuables using a free online service. The inventory would help detectives recover items if they are ever missing or stolen.
- A woman who runs a Northfield massage parlor was cited for violating an ordinance that mandates that a client's genitals remain covered while in the presence of a massage therapist.
- Katy Heider, our parenting columnist
- A painting and a Starbucks tip jar went missing and teens were cited for marijuana in Winnetka.
- In Northfield Township, Republican candidates had more of an edge there than in Cook County as a whole on Nov. 2.
- We profiled Woody Steinken, captain of one of New Trier's hockey teams, whose dedication to the sport earns him the respect of his teammates.