Rich Glennie

06/17/2015 - 9:28am
My wife and I were walking along 14th Street the other day when we both stopped to watch a “moving rope” cross the street heading north near Ives Avenue. It looked like a rope because the line was ramrod straight … and it was moving! At its lead was a mother duck and 13 ducklings, marching quickly in unison. They scooted across the street, up the curb and into John Shamla...
06/03/2015 - 9:46am
A move is afoot seeking to change the current $20 bill and replace Old Hickory’s face with that of a woman. Apparently the idea of U.S. President Andrew Jackson, accused of exterminating Florida’s Indian population, is no longer politically correct. And, proponents claim, women need to be recognized for their efforts in history, too...
05/20/2015 - 9:32am
There’s a fine line between being anal retentive and having a routine. I’m not sure when, or if, I crossed that line, but I’m getting some hints. Twice recently I have been approached by people who say they judge how well their morning commutes are going by where they see me on my two-mile route around town, especially coming...
05/20/2015 - 9:21am
While the Lincoln Park street reconstruction project did not get started on time, the Glencoe City Council Monday night approved a deferred assessment resolution to help strapped homeowners pay for those street and utility assessments. City Administrator Mark Larson said Duininck Brothers was scheduled to start the reconstruction of streets and...
05/06/2015 - 9:46am
“Free-range kids.” I heard the term recently, and it took me a while to compose myself after the laughter. Free-range kids seems to be a new derogatory term where parents allow their children to run around unattended or not on a short enough leash. Parents can now be chastised by police and society for being bad parents. How dare...
04/22/2015 - 9:16am
Even before the Lincoln Park street reconstruction project in Glencoe got under way, it has increased in price. Monday night, the Glencoe City Council approved a $15,493 change order that increased the cost of the project to $5.868 million, but it won’t cost homeowners any additional money in assessments, according to Justin Black, city...
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