Week in Review: Candidates for April and Holiday Helping
In the last week, you may have missed stories about Buddy Guy, a pledge not to text while driving, local football players, lottery scams and others regarding Orland Park and nearby.
Students, including those from Orland Park and nearby, and staff from the Catholic school recently took a pledge to ignore an increasingly common distraction while driving.
Salon superstore leasing space in Orland Park • New kids store to open soon in Brookside Marketplace • Firehouse Subs coming to Lakeview Plaza • Subway opens new location in Park Hill Towne Center.
A class of 5th graders at Meadow Ridge School in Orland Park made sure that patients at Hope Children’s Hospital would have fun on the holiday during their stays.
The legendary bluesman and Orland Park resident was recently recognized for his immense, and continued, influence and contribution to American music throughout his lifetime. Catch the broadcast Wednesday at 8 p.m. on CBS.
Hopeful candidates for five Orland Park boards have submitted their petitions to get on the ballot. Find out who is running in the races.
Graduates from Sandburg, Providence, and Joliet Catholic are among the athletes from Chicago suburbs—and Patch towns—on some of the best teams in college football this season.
Feeling a bit tipsy after the New Year's Eve party, why not call for a free limousine ride.
The Cook County Sheriff is urging residents to not respond to notices that claim people won lotteries they never entered, and report them to the sheriff’s office.
If Congress fails to pass an extension of the Bush era tax cuts by midnight Monday, American paychecks will get smaller. You can use the fiscal cliff calculator to see the impact on your paycheck.
Originally as part of Patch's countdown to Small Business Saturday, check out—and follow—some of the village shops and restaurants that frequently update their statuses with news and sales alerts. Plus, add your own suggestions.
Over 40 volunteers from the Orland Park Christian Reformed Church spent a day serving homeless women and children from Roseland and Chicago Heights.