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July 28, 2013 6:43PM An elderly Oak Lawn woman suffered only minor injuries July 10 after being struck by a pickup truck while standing on the median at 108th Street and Cicero Avenue, police said. The 77-year-old woman had cuts, swelling and
The fourth annual Oak Forest Fleadh is Saturday. File photo Updated: March 6, 2013 6:42PM What started as a way to kick the winter blahs has become a popular event held every March in Oak Forest. The fourth annual Oak Forest Fleadh which is Gaelic
A biker in Blue Island pedals along what will be the Cal-Sag Trail. File photo Millions of transportation dollars are headed to the south and southwest suburbs, paving the way for more bike trails, and causing Steve Buchtel, executive director of
Whoa!" he said, craning his head around as I passed what appeared to be a restaurant, "What the hell is a Brazen Head?" He picked up my recorder: "The Brazen Head be sure to use The Brazen Head." It was the kind of vaguely satiric, improbable (though
Cook County Commissioner John Fritchey has proposed a cemetery for indigent burials be developed on Oak Forest Hospital property. The five-acre site would be adjacent to a cemetery where nearly 91,000 bodies were buried between 1911 and 1971.
July 27, 2012 9:40PM Beginning Aug. 6, Cicero Avenue in Alsip will be reduced to one lane in each direction on the bridge over the CSX Railroad because of construction...Vixen Construction, Inc., of Bridgeview, is working on the $208,000 project.
May 29, 2012 8:46PM If Oak Forest community development director Adam Dotson is right, city officials did more last week than approve a property purchase...Cicero Ave., the former home to Chicago's House of Brews, Numero Uno restaurant and other
The Oak Forest-Crestwood Area Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the city of Oak Forest, will host the third annual Oak Forest Fleadh (pronounced flah) on March 10. Taking place on Cicero Avenue between 151st and 159th streets, the fleadh is
August 9, 2011 11:30PM A plan to dress up a neglected crossroads of the southwest suburbs is taking shape. Developer Paul Dresden is close to acquiring about 18 acres near the busy corner of 127th and Cicero in Alsip, where there's access to the Tri-
Midlothian mayor Terry Stephens (left) and Frank Sottrel, president of Prestige Club Destinations, cut the ribbon during a ceremony and reception at Aura, 14400 S...Brett Roseman ~ Sun-Times Media Updated: July 18, 2011 9:36PM Although Midlothian's