In the Rear View: Apartments, Walking and Capture
We look back at a week of approved apartments, insider trading, soccer, tremendous recovery, new beginnings, saying good bye and a heinous crime.
In front of a packed house, Orland Park trustees approve with one dissenting vote, but also agreed to find ways to lessen the financial risk.
Orland Park Patch is reporting, gathering and presenting the many aspects of the village’s bid to create a walkable downtown, and who has won and lost in the process.
Bassam Yacoub Salman, 52, of Orland Park is accused of trading stocks based on confidential information.
Patch's guide to locally grown produce and where to find it in the fall.
Reliving the Glory Days: Forward Josh Feigl helped the Eagles capture Sandburg's first state championship of any kind in 1993.
Josh Garza might have died after he was shot in the head by ‘Honeybee Killer’ Gary Amaya, but instead he exceeded doctors’ expectations in his recovery, and was honored by Advocate Christ Medical Center.
To hear ideas for increasing college admission and completion, Lt. Gov. Sheila Simon toured Moraine Valley Community College, meeting faculty, students and staff.
An 83-year-old woman was trying to help a man she thought was homeless when he attacked her. Dennis D. Dodson Jr. was found later near 170th and Harlem and was arrested. He has been charged with one count of aggravated criminal sexual assault, a Class X felony.
Initial plan for a new four-unit plaza to house the shoe store passes committee, as does Randy’s Market payout.
Several students honor the memory of Danny Host, who lost a battle with brain cancer at the age of 7, by planting a tree at Liberty Grade School, Friday, Sept. 23.