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Danielle Pascual, 18, a senior at Tinley Park High School, worked with the Business Professionals of America club at school to raise funds for victims of Super Typhoon Haiyan in her native Philippines.
On Saturday, February 22, Zion Lutheran School placed second overall for the third year in a row in the annual South Suburban Lutheran Schools Spelling Bee, held at Trinity Lutheran in Tinley Park.
Automotive parts manufacturer UGN Inc. plans to build a new $50 million plant in Monroe to support growth in its carpet and underfloor products segments.
Local mayors can't get together on a single site for a gambling casino in the south suburbs, and there also seems to be wide disagreement on a revenue-sharing plan if a casino eventually is built.
Radio Shack, the gadget and electronic parts retailer, will be closing more than a fourth of its stores after reporting huge losses last year, according to a statement on the company's website .
Community Consolidated School District 146 committee D146 Gives recently stopped by PAWS in Tinley Park, IL with a large donation courtesy of the D146 staff.
Durbin's restaurant in Tinley Park has received state approval to offer video gambling and could get clearance from the village to install gambling terminals in about a week.
Whether he was taking advanced math courses at Marian when he was in seventh-grade, participating in school plays as a Marian student, or teaching classrooms of Marian students in his present role, it is not a stretch to say Tortorello has a long-time connection to the Chicago Heights school.
FEBRUARY 13: Dan Egar helps a customer shop for a handgun on February 13, 2014 in Tinley Park, Illinois.
"Everyone loves a parade." "On St. Patrick's Day everyone is Irish." It's difficult to find the origin of either of those quotes, but combined they define the entire Chicago area beginning more than a week before the actual St. Patrick's Day on March 17. Maybe it's the large population of Irish in Chicago, or maybe it's an excuse for the first ... (more)
Finding a job can be a tough task. Putting together a rAŠsumAŠ, hitting the streets looking for "Help Wanted" signs and making the best impression on potential employers can be a tall order for anyone.
For many area residents, Fat Tuesday - which falls on March 4 this year - is not complete without the delectable Polish delicacy known as paczki.
Tinley Park police and fire were on the scene of a small car fire Monday afternoon around 3 p.m., after a driver mowed down a tree and crashed into a barrier in front of Menard's, 6851 W 159th St. Firefighters weren't sure exactly what transpired, but said the driver was taken to an area hospital with what appeared to be minor injuries after ... (more)
The Ryan family of Tinley Park have spent every night the last week with flashlights in hand, combing woods in the area of their home near 167th and Oak Park Avenue.
It doesn't get much more authentic than this. The Village of Tinley Park have chosen Aidan Cronin, the Consul General in Chicago from the Republic of Ireland, as the grand marshal for the 15th annual Downtown Tinley Irish Parade.