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Orland Park Mayor Dan McLaughlin touted the village's financial standing, economic growth and declining crime statistics in 2012 during his recent State of the Village address.. "With our country and the state of Illinois struggling, these issues are of...
After 16 years at Village Hall, Orland Park Village Clerk David Maher is packing up his office and making room for someone with a little more energy. "I have 16 years in here and I have 45 years of working in politics, and you just know when it's time,"...
Rep. Dan Lipinski, D-Ill., has opened a local office in Orland Park's Frederick T. Owens Village Hall to assist constituents with Social Security, Medicare and veterans' benefits and to help arrange visits to Washington, D.C. The space is across from...
After a land acquisition by the Cook County Forest Preserve District last year caught Orland Park officials by surprise, they're asking for more due diligence by the county next time a land purchase is in the works. Village officials say they were not...
Tami Khuntia, the charismatic 2012 president of the Orland Park Area Chamber of Commerce officially handed her seat over to a calm and collected Marc Lochow during an installation ceremony last week. Their differing leadership styles were on display...
Retail theft rings targeting Orland Square Mall and Orland Park Place were uncovered earlier this month during a coordinated law enforcement effort, officials said. Orland Park Police report the covert operation resulted in 12 felony and 10...
It's arguably the greatest jazz recording every conceived with an influence that resonates even after nearly 54 years. Orland Park Public Library visitors can find out why as Miles Davis' monumental 1959 album "Kind of Blue' is featured in a Feb. 28...
The following items were taken from Orland Park and Homer Glen police records. Orland Park DUI charges reported •A 25-year-old Chicago man, injured Jan. 18 in a crash on Orland Park's northwest side that hurled his vehicle's engine into "a...
A bike path on 153rd Street between Wolf Road and 108th Avenue could prove to be more than just a half-mile trail when it's completed in 2013, according to one of Orland Park's most vocal biking advocates. Gina Kenny, outreach director for the League of...
Tribune reporterAn Oak Lawn man suspected of committing a string of burglaries in Orland Park and Burr Ridge last year was charged with two counts of residential burglary this month and faces possible additional charges, said Orland Park police. Kenneth N. Jackson, 53,...
Tags: Prosecution, Northfield, Oak Lawn, Burr Ridge
Tribune reporterA Chicago Ridge man who has been held on child pornography charged in Will County since May was charged with the same crime in Cook County last week following a separate investigation by the Orland Park Police Internet Crimes Unit, officials said. ...
ITT Technical Institute likely will move its Mount Prospect location to Arlington Heights for cheaper rent, despite some parking concerns. The private college is now at 1401 Feehanville Drive in Mount Prospect. Last week, the planning commission...
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