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In the Rear View: Fire In Heat and BB Gun Carjacker in Court

We look back at a week of outdoor celebrating, property tax rebate plans, new frozen yogurt, Independence Day, garage sales, police’s views on heroin use and drug treatment near Orland.

MONDAY

The village continues its summer festival after last year’s 50th anniversary.

Also in today's Business Comings & Goings, an eye care office opens and a gyros restaurant closes in Tinley Park.

TUESDAY

A Cook County Circuit Court judge set the bail amount Tuesday morning after considering Jonathan Sarolas, 23, had been out of state prison just 11 days before the carjacking occurred.

Now the whole board has to vote on the rebate plan, after the finance committee looked it over at Monday night’s Orland Park Village Board Meeting.

WEDNESDAY

An Orland Park firefighter was treated on scene for a heat-related injury in the fire in a four-unit townhome in the 15000 block of Mayo Drive in Orland Park's Silverlake Village. Authorities have not yet determined a cause.

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THURSDAY

Despite the hottest 4th of July on record for the south suburbs, it didn't stop the dancing in Centennial Park.

Orland Park Police Commander John Keating offered details on what Orland Park officers are encountering in relation to drug use, during Orland Township’s Community Link Symposium.

FRIDAY

Whether you're jettisoning junk or in search of treasure, Orland Park Patch is the place to go to get word out about your unloading.

SATURDAY

Affordable Recovery in Blue Island services people from across the area, including from Orland Park, who are looking to kick drugs and alcohol by combining group therapy, strict chore regiments and vocational classes.

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