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8 | January 25, 2018 | The glenview lantern news glenviewlantern.com From The Village This chili is hot For the sixth year, Glenview firefighters will face off against Northbrook firefighters for the honor of serving the best chili. The Chili Cook-Off, which benefits Youth Services of Glenview/Northbrook, will take place 5-9 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 27, at Chicago Harley-Davidson, 2929 Patriot Boulevard. Admission is $10 in advance and $15 at the door. The evening’s festivities will also include a trivia contest. THE LAKE FOREST LEADER UPDATE: Murder-suicide witness hit shooter with car The shooter in a Jan. 3 murdersuicide in Lake Forest was struck by a vehicle after killing his exgirlfriend and himself in the parking lot of the apartment the former couple once shared, according to new information from the Lake Forest Police Department. Further investigation into the shooting revealed that a third party, a U.S. Navy member, coworker of VanLandingham’s and Highland Park resident, witnessed the incident and, out of fear for his life, drove his Land Rover into the shooter, Ryan Zike, 33, just after Zike shot himself in the head, according to a press release from the LFPD. The witness is a 37-year-old man who arrived at VanLandingham’s apartment in the 200 block of E. Deerpath Road on the morning of Jan. 3 to drive her to work. The release also reveals that Zike, of Louisville, Ky., and Van- Landingham lived together for a period of time in VanLandingham’s apartment. In October of 2017, Zike moved out of VanLandingham’s apartment and moved back in with his family in Louisville. Zike, who allegedly shot Van- Landingham, 27, multiple times in the incident, reportedly drove to Illinois and stayed overnight at an unknown location on Jan. 2. Reporting by Alyssa Groh, Contributing Editor. Full story at LakeForestLeader.com. THE WILMETTE BEACON Woman stabbed by daughter in Wilmette A Wilmette woman accused of stabbing her mother is being charged with attempted murder, among other charges, according to the Wilmette Police Department. Dinah Larson, 27, allegedly used a knife to stab her 60-yearold mother multiple times while the she was in bed Thursday morning, Jan. 18, in the 1900 block of Highland Avenue. By the time police arrived, the daughter had fled the home. Responding officers located the offender in the 2000 block of Washington Avenue, where she was taken into custody. The mother was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. After further investigation and review by the Cook County State Attorney’s Office, Larson was charged with attempted murder, aggravated battery against a person over 60 and aggravated domestic battery. Larson was transported to the Cook County Department of Corrections and remains in custody on a non-bond. According to her Facebook page, Larson had attended New Trier High School. Reporting by Eric DeGrechie, Managing Editor. Full story at Wilmette- Beacon.com. Recycling reminder Christmas trees and holiday lights can be recycled until the end of January. For more information, visit www.glenview. il.us. The trees turned into the Village of Glenview will be used to create reefs in Lake Glenview. The trees are bundled and placed on the frozen lake. As the ice melts, the reefs sink to the bottom to create new fish habitats. Trees dropped off at the listed parks are mulched and used by the Glenview Park District. Grant opportunity for nonprofits The Charitable Trust Stabilization Fund was created in 2007 to help small nonprofit groups working in especially challenged economic areas. Money in the fund comes from the nonprofit community, not Illinois taxpayers, and is administered by the Illinois Treasurer’s Office. Applications for grant money will be accepted through March 31. An 11-member board will consider the applications. This year, the Charitable Trust Stabilization Fund will focus on three categories: food programs, housing, and workforce development and economic development. For more information, call (312) 814-1817. Compiled from the e-Glenview newsletter. Faster, easier ways to save. Welcome to the modern world. Call 1-800-950-2182 to see how much you could save on car insurance. Not available in all states. Savings may vary.

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