In the Rear View: Election Debating and Carjacking Accomplice
This week, you may have missed new business beginnings, police contracts, a townhouse fire, scary movies, pizza for breast cancer and more in Orland Park.
The Orland Park business has spent the past 37 years in town at three different locations. Now owning their own building, they are looking forward to remaining in town in their revamped store.
If you have a question for the candidates, submit it in the comments section below and it could be asked during the televised Oct. 16 Town Hall Presidential Debate.
Orland Park has settled a 16-month contract standoff with one village police union, though negotiations will continue with another.
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A defense attorney for April Schmidt, who is accused of assisting a man with carjacking an Orland Park restaurant employee with a BB gun, received more evidence in the case in court Tuesday.
Orland firefighters handled a fire in a townhome Sunday morning, where they found flames within the walls and attic.
See both Bill Cuningham and Barbara Bellar's full responses recorded during a candidate forum Wednesday night.
Barbara Bellar calls the Affordable Care Act a "disaster fiasco" during a recent candidate forum.
Patch editors held a live online chat during Thursday's debate, but that doesn't mean the discussion is over. Who helped his running mate the most? Read last night's chat transcript and tell us what you thought of the debate.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which means a variety of pink products will be hitting the shelves. An Orland Park pizzeria is among those offering to donate proceeds to the cause.