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The Wounded Warrior Project's Soldier Ride, a three-day event where wounded veterans and service members join to help overcome their ordeals and support one another,... [Read More]
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Soul Force: Seven Pivots toward Courage, Community and Change, the book released this year by nonprofit advocates Shawn Casselberry and Reesheda Graham-Washington, opens in sunlit Robben Island,... [Read More]
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The River Forest Development Review Board will hold a public hearing about a proposed development at Lake Street and Lathrop Avenue. [Read More]
A Chicago resident was attacked by a woman on the Oak Park/East Avenue Blue Line CTA platform at 1:47 a.m. on June 17. [Read More]
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Oak Park's downtown area could soon get more upgraded apartments with the sale of the six-story apartment building, known to some as the Oak Hotel. [Read More]
Oak Park Elementary Schools District 97 school board members are trying to resolve critical space issues at Lincoln and Longfellow. [Read More]
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This is National Pollinator Week, so celebrate by having a little honey. [Read More]
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Night of Champions celebrates the accomplishments of top high school teams, athletes and coaches from OPRF and Fenwick high schools on June 20. [Read More]
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In 1968 Don Offermann taught English and coached track at Oak Park and River Forest High School, and Rich Brooks was a new member of... [Read More]
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A local painting and remodeling business accused by the Cook County State's Attorney's office of consumer fraud is allegedly back at it again, this time... [Read More]
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Kathleen Huttner, by her own admission, is a rule follower. So much so that when the Oak Park condo dweller decided to get a companion... [Read More]
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Point of view, brand, style, mission: call it what you will, but every business has one.  It refers to how they see the world and... [Read More]
Tags: Point - View - world
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It was a good run but the once-powerful Village Manager Association (VMA), which vetted and slated candidates for Oak Park's village government for more than... [Read More]
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We were recently walking around the South Oak Park Avenue business district near the Eisenhower Expressway – known to some as Southtown – and came... [Read More]
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