Saturday, February 2, 2013
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.
Original post: Thursday, Nov. 22, 2012 It's Thanksgiving week, and Orland Park Patch wants you prepared for the holiday, as well as the shopping season that follows it (or in some cases, during it). Here are guides we've posted on the site this week to help people navigate this busy week in Orland Park a little more easily: Bookmark our Small Business Saturday topic to see further updates throughout the rest of the week. For today, our loyal Facebook fans think you should know about of Orland Park's small and independently owned businesses—listed in alphabetical order and with links to their Patch directory listings—that do a great job of keeping their customers informed about what's going on at their shops and restaurants with their own …
Sunday, November 25, 2012
In the past week, you may have missed stories about a BB gun carjacking case in court, another Eva’s Bridal rebirth, bond sales, small businesses on Facebook, cell phone evidence in a murder case, retail theft sting and other Orland Park news.
MONDAY Village Saved Over $2 Million in Bond Sales and More (Live Blog Transcript) A new bike path connecting trails on Wolf Road and 108th Avenue also was discussed Monday night, as were plans for a new McDonald's on 179th Street near Wolf Road. Read the full meeting transcript. Attorneys Done Exchanging Evidence in BB Gun Carjacking Case Lawyers said Thursday that they are finished with the discovery phase of the felony carjacking case against Jonathan Sarolas and April Schmidt, who are accused of stealing the car of an Orland Park restaurant employee with a BB gun. Eva’s Bridals of Oak Lawn Opening Second Location in Orland Park The wedding dress salon will be taking over the former House of Brides location on LaGrange Road. TUESDAY …
Friday, November 25, 2011
With Small Business Saturday coming this weekend, you can help drive feet — and wallets — to your favorite independent business.
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Friday, November 25, 2011
You might be the type who finds sleeping on a freezing sidewalk for the best Black Friday deals exciting. Or perhaps you've already started working out your mouse-clicking finger for Cyber Monday. But if neither scenario appeals to you, there is an alternative — Small Business Saturday. Small Business Saturday, conceived by American Express to help spotlight the efforts of local small businesses, comes at the beginning of the big holiday shopping sprint — this Saturday — and encourages shoppers not to bypass Main Street for the mega-mall. Orland Park Patch would love to hear which small businesses you can't live without in Orland Park and Orland Hills. Tell us in the comments which independently owned business is a must for shoppers this …