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In the Rear View: Court Moves and Tasting the Taste

We look back at a week of an array of different court actions, a plan for a new superintendent, another brush fire in Orland Park and more.

MONDAY

Steven Reynolds, of unincorporated Hinsdale, will return to court for a pre-sentencing report in August.

Also in this week's business news, learn how to cash in on Cow Appreciation Day at Chick-Fil-A, see what car wash business is expanding its horizons and find out all you need to know about Tinley's Caribbean Block Party.

TUESDAY

The Orland School District 135 Board of Education won’t be contracting with the Illinois Association of School Boards to help with the upcoming permanent superintendent search.

WEDNESDAY

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Matthew Senica is facing a felony DUI charge after authorities said he caused a car accident Sunday morning that killed a 51-year-old Lockport woman.

Cook County Judge John J. Hynes said Monday that evidence of other crimes in the case of Kevin Skaritka, who is charged with multiple counts of aggravated criminal sexual assault, will be allowed even though the defense argued it would be prejudicial.

THURSDAY

The schedule for Orland School District 135’s Board of Education has been set, though the board is still talking about what they will look for in a candidate.

Jack Redmond was sent back to live with his father in Ireland, while his mother Mary remains in Orland Park and continues to fight for custody, according to CBS Chicago.

FRIDAY

In the week since the last brush fire, hotspots have had to be repeatedly extinguished by the Orland Fire Protection District.

Despite defense attorneys' insistence that _five men police say were among 18 who recently unleashed on a group of local diners are "upstanding citizens" with "longstanding ties to their communities," a judge denied their bail reduction motions Wednesday

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