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New attorney moves Highland Park murder case forward
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Stay injury free as you push to the finals
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New attorney moves Highland Park murder case forward News
New attorney moves Highland Park murder case forward
After months without formal legal representation, a defendant in the 2013 shooting death of Highland Park 20-year-old Colin Nutter has a new attorney. Philip Vatamaniuc, a 17-year-old charged with first-degree murder in Nutter’s death, is now being represented by private defense attorney Patrick Quilty.
Oct. 21 3 p.m. |
Stay injury free as you push to the finals Local Voices
Stay injury free as you push to the finals
Whether you are cheering for the Trevians, Spartans, Wildkits or another favorite team, the time has come to root loudly for the North Shore student athletes participating in fall sports. But with all the twists, pivots and jumps come a greater risk of injury. We need to be diligent about keeping these young athletes injury-free on the field and on the court.
Oct. 21 11 a.m. |

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