Week In Review: Escapee Captured and New Ghost Rider Trial Date
In the last week, you may have missed stories about snowflakes for Newtown, new laws in 2013, Ashford House 5 going to prison, Girl Scout cookies and looking back at 2012 in and nearby Orland Park.
We look back at stories from the past year about ghost riding, grief shared through, Twitter, recovery, community images, a demon, pizza, murder and others.
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Students and parents will be gathering Thursday afternoon at the Orland School District 135 Administration building to make snowflakes in support of Newtown students as they return to school.
The news may not always be good, but in the last year a lot of people in the Orland Park area did great things for those around them. Look back at their efforts.
From social media privacy in the workplace to a ban on shark fins (no, really) and stricter rules for firearms card applicants, more than 150 new laws will take effect in Illinois on New Year’s Day.
The OPPL went from Media on Demand shared with other libraries to an in-house system for ebooks and other media solely belonging to the local library.
Justin Jachimiec, whom police say is the wheelie-popping, police-fleeing motorcycle rider seen on YouTube, is scheduled to begin his trial on Feb. 6.
The Mother McAuley student will be waked on Friday, Jan. 4.
Kenneth Conley, 38, was arrested by Palos Hills police Friday afternoon.
Five Indiana men charged with assault in the Ashford House brawl pleaded guilty to three felony counts of armed violence against the advice of their attorneys Friday, Jan. 4 and were sentenced to various stints in prison.
It’s that time of year to indulge your hunger for Tagalongs, Thin Mints and even those coconut cookies. We’ve made a list of how to place Girl Scout cookie orders.