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Three years after the Illinois General Assembly passed a law intended to make stepping off street corners safer, police reports indicate some Orland Park pedestrians still prefer crossing in the middle of the block. Orland Park officials hope to...
A recent study shows that Tinley Park and Orland Park homes have retained more value than other cities through the housing crisis although the suburbs continue to struggle after the market crash. "It's a little bit of good, a little bit of not so great,...
Tags: Homes, Tinley Park, Frankfort, Mokena, Services and Shopping
Nutrition education The story "Nutrition off many doctors' plates; Too few physicians doing enough to watch what you eat" (Page 1, March 26) contained a contradiction that baffled me. The content of the story describes doctors of being ignorant of...
Letters to the editor from Orland Park residents: Thoughtful students Tribune columnist Barbara Brotman's "A philosophical experiment: College-level program offers students a new angle on education" (News, March 14) is a wonderful breath of...
One of four men charged in a 2011 high-profile jewelry store robbery in Orland Park was sentenced to 22 years in prison after pleading guilty to the crime, police said. Charles Harper, 38, of Lansing pleaded guilty to one count of armed robbery with a...
Tags: Trials, Police Arrests, Lansing, Bridgeview, Prisons
The following items were taken from Palos Heights police records. Catalytic converters were removed from two vehicles parked in a Metra lot between 8 a.m. and 6:20 p.m. on March 13. A 26-year-old Maywood man was charged with speeding, improper lane...
Consolidated High School District 230's school board voted to approve $1.7 million in building and facility upkeep at its three schools during a meeting at Stagg High School in Palos Hills last week. The work is a hodgepodge of projects, including dance...
Tinley Park trustees are considering joining a class-action lawsuit against 18 online firms that offer hotel and motel rooms at discounted prices. Expected to be filed by mid-May, the suit claims the firms don't pay full taxes on rooms they sell at...
Tribune reporterA 17-year-old Orland Park girl died three days after she was struck by a vehicle while walking in a roadway in Olympia Fields, authorities said. Rosabel Gutierrez, of the 15100 block of El Camino Drive, was hit in the 3600 block of Lincoln Highway about...
An SUV was going the wrong way on a southwest suburban road early today when it hit a car head-on, killing an Orland Park man, police said. John Anagnopolous, 64, died following the crash at 105th Street and La Grange Road near Palos Park, according...
An Orland Park committee voted Monday to spend $1.13 million to bury ComEd utility cables in three different spots along La Grange Road in preparation for the major road widening project set to begin later this year. Some overhead cables have already...
The following death notices appeared in a daily edition of the Chicago Tribune: Margaret D. Lysen Margaret D. Lysen, nee Long, age 94, of Orland Park. Beloved wife of the late Walter H.; loving mother of Linnea (Tom) Gavin and Lucinda K. Lysen (Jim)...
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