In the Rear View: Slew of Court Dates and New Business
We look back at child pornography charges, tax rebates, crafty dog care, Black Friday starting early, election previews, 1st Congressional District thoughts and other Orland Park news you might have missed in the past week.
The man was arrested after a joint effort between Orland Park and Chicago police, as well as a Cook County State’s Attorney task force focused on Internet crimes against children.
Today is the day that Orland Park property owners can begin applying for a property tax rebate. The application period goes until Dec. 14
A man stuck in his SUV after it rolled over during an accident Tuesday distracted his large dog in the vehicle, as firefighters worked to remove them both.
Charged with several felony counts of fleeing and eluding police, Justin Jachiemiec, 22, was recently arrested after his missed a court date and is being held without bail, officials said Tuesday, Oct. 30.
Orland Park’s newest grocery store will be the 27,500 square-foot Whole Foods on the northwest corner of 153rd Street and LaGrange Road. Take a look at the inside as staff prepares for the opening Friday at 8:45 a.m.
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Cheryl Becker, 54, of Oak Forest was released on a $15,000 bond and is scheduled to be back in court next month on charges of felony theft.
Best Buy and Target will match prices of online retailers beginning Nov. 1. Do you have your holiday shopping list ready?
Matthew Senica, 26, remains in custody on felony reckless homicide and aggravated DUI charges in the case where an Advocate Christ Medical Center nurse was killed on her way to work.
Blue Island Mayor Don Peloquin, who is the Republican candidate in the 1st Congressional District Race against incumbent Democrat Bobby Rush, shared his views on ways to simplify taxes and bolster local business.
Eileen and Dwight Burnson were not aware that their gas line caught fire until Tom and Janice Hart called, helping them and their son Eric escape unscathed.
Many state and local government bodies have outlawed placing leaves and other yard waste material in landfills. So, how do you dispose of your leaves in the fall?
The veteran GOP strategist visits Chicago and touts Romney • Will Illinois Democrats make income tax hike permanent in lame-duck session? • Teachers Retirement System may "bleed out".