• Lincoln-Way West freshman Taylor Gugliuzza penetrates through the lane Thursday, Feb. 16, during a regional final game against Marian Catholic. Paul Bergstrom/22nd Century Media

    Girls Basketball: Shooting, rebounding woes cost West’s regional title hopes

    February 17, 2017 By James Sanchez, Editor Sports, High School

    For Lincoln-Way West girls basketball head coach Ryan White, this was the best chance for the Warriors to win a regional final.

  • Naurice Moffett and Nicole Graves became engaged as of Jan. 31. Photos by Regina Herod

    Boyfriend, now fiancé, gets creative with wedding proposal

    February 13, 2017 By Megann Horstead, Freelance Reporter Life & Arts

    The words are always the same — will you marry me? — but the stories of the proposals themselves are like finding meaning in photography: no two images are the same. 

  • New Lenox native Brian Turnbough took first place in the Master Solo Division at the 30th Annual American Sandsculpting Championship in Fort Meyers Beach, Florida, with this sand sculpture titled “Finding Peace.” Photos Submitted

    NL native evolves hobby into business, awards

    February 13, 2017 By Amanda Stoll, Assistant Editor News

    Brian Turnbough says he just likes to make stuff. 

  • Terri Rossi (center) stands with Lincoln-Way East football players. Rossi, a longtime Lincoln-Way employee and avid football fan, died Feb. 4. Photos Submitted

    LW community remembers longtime athletic secretary

    February 13, 2017 By Meredith Dobes, Freelance Reporter News

    It is often those behind the scenes who do not receive the recognition or the awards for the vital work they contribute.

  • Lincoln-Way Central Armed Exhibition Cmdr. Vincent Senese walks between fellow cadets who toss rifles to each other Feb. 6 at the SouthWest Suburban Conference invite in New Lenox. Photos by Adam Jomant/22nd Century Media

    Central, West students take first place at SWSC AFJROTC invite

    February 13, 2017 By Frank Gogola, Freelance Reporter News

    Lincoln-Way Central senior Vincent Senese wasn’t going to let his final home Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps invite go by without putting on display the skill he had been working o

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