In The Rear View: Marathon Runs and bin Laden Reflections
We look back at a week of thoughts on the death of the man responsible for 9/11, the Southwest marathon, new trustees, hospital issues, armed robbery and new site features.
The annual race had its largest turnout ever with 2,000 runners from across the south suburbs lacing up for action, including runners from Orland. We also created a gallery of the event.
Orland Park trustees swore to uphold state and federal constitutions Monday night. Now they have to follow through.
At a Monday hearing, Diane Roth told public officials that Cook County is doing little to help patients find new inpatient facilities.
Police said they have arrested Ronald W. Townsend Jr. of Orland Park in connection with last week's robbery at the Payday Loan Store in Bolingbrook.
Local Voices: A Note From Arianna Huffington, President and Editor-in-Chief of The Huffington Post Media Group
Patch’s First Lady explains a new feature on all sites that will highlight the work of local writers.
The death of Osama bin Laden had many people cheering. But for parents of soldiers still stationed in Afghanistan, the fight still isn’t over and neither are their concerns about what could happen next.
Gov. Pat Quinn and members of the Illinois General Assembly are looking for a few more dollars that previously went to municipal governments. If the deal goes through as it stands, Orland Park could lose around $1.25 million, according to the village.
Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms out there from Orland Park Patch.