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Park District of Oak Park trustees discussed at a Thursday meeting allowing owners and their pets to use an 8,000-square-foot rectangle on the south side of Stevenson Park as a temporary substitute for a 130,000-square-foot space at Ridgeland Common.
Housed in an 1882 structure that was the home of Tinley Park's first mayor, Henry Vogt, the gallery offers a look at history. People should stop by here because we are really a hidden treasure, said gallery director Julie Dekker, who is also a
The Arlington Heights Fire Department hired its first full-time firefighters in 1957 after operating as a volunteer force since the 1800s...David Mills, who stayed with the department for 32 years and rose to be deputy chief until his retirement in
The hikes will come as a surprise to people who think property taxes in California cannot rise more than 2 percent annually, as voters approved 35 years ago in Proposition 13. The 2 percent limit doesn't apply to homeowners who received a significant
Students sit outside the remodeled Legal Studies Center at McGeorge Law School. Official opening of the $10 million building that houses the Gordon D. Schaber Law LIbrary on the McGeorge School of Law campus in Oak Park...Supreme Court justice
Department staffers ground the chips from the host of trees that fell or lost limbs during a June wind storm, according to the Oak Park Public Works Department. This week, the department is still adding to the pile, said Public Works Director John
But the family wasn't overly concerned Tuesday evening when he decided to ride his bike to a friend's house in the old neighborhood. "I'll see you when you get home," his mother, Yolanda Paige, recalled saying to her son in a telephone conversation
I talked about spinsters, divorcers, separatees, guy pals and even love buddies, but came to the conclusion that there wasn't an adequate vocabulary in place for usyet. I mentioned that after a certain more mature age it no longer seems appropriate
An old ordinance restricting service until 11 a.m. was changed in 2011, but it wasn't done quite right, Village Clerk Teresa Powell said. At a recent board meeting, the village cleaned up the ordinance to end any confusion among restaurant owners. "
The Sacramento City Council has at the same time been weighing whether to relax restrictions on big-box stores, a move that would greatly benefit retail chains such as Wal-Mart. Schenirer solicited the contributions even as he backed the big-box