Locals are enjoying the nice weather and it shows in this week's Top 20 photos. Baseball, pool time and family fun are featured.
Niles police are not saying yet if graffiti sprayed on a home is, as the owner believes, anti-Israel in nature.
July 25 5:45 p.m. |
The village of Niles’ 2010 designation as the “best place to raise your kids” in the state — according to Bloomberg Businessweek — has been marked four years later with the placement of an art boulder this week outside of Niles Village Hall.
Niles residents will soon see trash bags disappearing from curbs and new garbage and recycling carts as a result of a newly approved contract with Groot Industries.
Embers Elementary School has sold its property at 2000 W. Sibley St. and will begin the new school year Aug. 26 at its new home inside the west wing of the former Our Lady of Ransom Catholic School building in Niles.
July 25 3:59 p.m. |
When Fear City rolls into town each Halloween season, teenagers line up during weekend nights in October for a chance to get spooked in the award-winning haunted house.
July 25 1:34 p.m. |
Check out the biggest stories from the Niles-Herald-Advocate for the week of July 18-25.
WINONA, Minn. (AP) — One-time Niles West football coach Curtis Tate says Shawn Afryl, a former Wolves football standout who collapsed and died during a workout Monday at Winona State University in Minnesota, likely died of a previously undetected heart condition.
July 23 4:30 p.m. |
The Associated Press
The decision to enact stricter gun laws, ban the sale of assault weapons and increase background checks will be left up to Cook County voters who will be given a chance to weigh in on the measure voted through Wednesday by the Cook County Board.
July 23 3:46 p.m. |
Aggrego News Service
The Niles Village Board gave the OK Tuesday night for a gun shop and shooting range to open on Howard Street, despite the concerns of local school leaders and residents.