Week In Review: Scheidegger’s Dash and Jewelry Store Robbery Plea
In the last week, you may have missed stories about a new Thai restaurant, Friday fish frys, same sex marriage, a trip for WWII veterans, home sales, a congressman’s thoughts on sequestration and others in Orland Park and nearby.
Hundreds gathered at Carl Sandburg High School Sunday to honor Bruce Scheidegger, the much-loved athletic director who died last week.
Orland OKs Thai restaurant • Tax sharing approved for Mercedes dealership • Golden Corral incentives expected to be approved.
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The bill to legalize same sex marriage has stirred a debate among legislators on both sides of the aisle.
Lucy Lou and Stosh are waiting at PAWS Animal Shelter for new homes.
A memorial service was held Monday in Tinley Park for Carl Sandburg High School Athletic Director Bruce Scheidegger.
Do you know a WWII veteran who would like to participate in this year’s Honor Flight Chicago day trip to Washington D.C.?
Charles Harper was sentenced Wednesday to 22 years in prison after pleading guilty to the armed robbery of an Orland Park jewelry store.
Orland Park saw a solid rise in home sales compared to Jan. 2012, but median prices went down again, compared to both Jan. 2012 and Dec. 2012, according to the Mainstreet Organization of Realtors.
Rep. Dan Lipinski shared his frustrations about stalled deficit-reduction talks on the eve of sequestration in Washington, after opening a new office in Orland Park.
Frankfort pediatrician Kishor Jain was sued by another woman claiming he groped her.
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