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Santa Claus stops at Lyons Village Hall

Santa Claus stops at Lyons Village Hall This past Sunday, Santa Claus stopped by the Lyons Village hall for breakfast and pictures with children. The Village of Lyons Parks and Recreation department hosted the annual Breakfast with Santa.  “It was a great success” said, Frank Torres, Parks and Recreation Director. “We had over 300 people […]

Officials of the Town of Cicero responded forcefully to numerous false accusations made by a small handful of critics who are misleading the public into believing that animals are abused at the Waggin’ Tails Cicero Animal Shelter. The small handful of critics have used false allegations to play to the emotions of many members of the […]

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By Barry Dredze In what is being hailed by advocates as the first successful application of the State of Illinois’ Citizens Protection Act, a DuPage Circuit Court Judge dismissed a defamation lawsuit on Tuesday, November 18 filed against a Winfield newspaper publisher by a Village Trustee who also publishes another local paper. Winfield Village Trustee […]

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From the Right: Reaching Out After Ferguson

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The events in Ferguson have brought out many strong opinions, but clinging to our comfort zones and ignoring a great chance to move grow? By Justin Shimko I’m curious how many people have had their Facebook news feed flooded with comments relating to the events in Ferguson. How many of you had your Twitter feed […]

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Local officials and community leaders celebrated Arab Heritage Month in Orland Park Tuesday Nov. 11 recognizing contributions of American Arab veterans By Staff Reports Officials from local and regional government attended an Arab Heritage cultural event Tuesday night in Orland Park held to recognize the achievements and contributions American Arabs have made to America. The […]

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Governor-elect Bruce Rauner names broad transition team

Governor-elect Bruce Rauner named a transition team that seemed to represent a cross-section of Illinois. By Ray Hanania Governor-Elect Bruce Rauner unveiled his transition team including names that represents a cross-section of Illinois and sending a strong message that he intends to work with everyone for the best interests of the State of Illinois. On Wednesday […]

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OFPD District honors firefighters for service and heroism The Orland Fire Protection District Tuesday awarded its highest honor to Lt. Pete Vassios for saving the life of a female victim of a home fire in Orland Park last month, and gave recognitions to 29 other firefighters. Fire Chief Ken Brucki and the OFPD Board also […]

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Morton High School Teacher Shari Hayden Honored by North Park University By Evelyn Riveros Sprinting one-hundred meters is no easy feat, especially if ten hurdles stand between you and the finish line, but running it in 14.73 seconds without knocking down a single hurdle? Well that’s worthy of some praise. Morton High School P.E. Teacher Ms. […]

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Morton 2014 Boys Varsity Soccer Poster Available

Morton 2014 Boys Varsity Soccer Poster Available By Michael Flaherty Morton Athletics released the second in a new series of posters highlighting the high school’s sports teams. Seniors of the Morton Varsity Boys Soccer team are pictured on the newly-installed artificial turf of Morton’s Hoffman Stadium. The 11″ x 17″ full-color posters feature 14 Mustang […]

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Community Leaders Discuss Foster’s Legislation to Combat Prescription Drug Abuse

Community Leaders Discuss Foster’s Legislation to Combat Prescription Drug Abuse Aurora, IL – Today in Aurora Congressman Bill Foster was joined by community leaders for a discussion on prescription drug abuse and legislation he has introduced to combat the growing problem in our communities.  The discussion came in advance of National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day […]

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