Police said the three suspects were involved in a scheme in which stolen retail merchandise would be purchased “for approximately 10 cents on the dollar,” then resold in the Chicago region and shipped to at least two locations in New York on a weekly basis.
Area youth will have no excuse for being bored the summer because Triton College has education and athletic camps available that cater to them.
July 9 10:37 a.m. |
River Forest police took part July 3 and 4 in the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over/Click It or Ticket” campaign, a statewide safety effort funded by the Illinois Department of Transportation.
Triton College officials want to make significant upgrades requiring the issuance of bonds and are seeking input from the community prior to a decision being made.
In the words of another former village official, Thomas Cusack Jr. “was a guy who loved River Forest deeply.”
Norma Husick’s voice swells with pride as she talks about her children, their lives, their desire to give back and their goals. Husick has two biological sons, but the 22 children she and her husband, George, have fostered — eight of which they’ve adopted — have just as much of her heart.
Oak Park and River Forest High School’s decision to cut its property tax levy by about $10 million has led to “tiny tax increases” for business owners, said Oak Park Township Assessor Ali ElSaffar.
A variety of folks from every corner of the village came out in their patriotic bests to stroll in this year’s Fourth of July parade in Oak Park. At the front of Saturday’s parade was the village’s Board of Trustees, joined by Village President Catherine Adduci of neighboring River Forest.
The Oak Park and River Forest High School Friday night stadium lighting is back on the agenda for the Oak Park Village Board.
July 7 12:33 p.m. |
The Oak Park Village Board meets tonight, July 7, at 7 p.m. and kicking off the meeting will be a report from Village Manager Cara Pavlicek about the Lake & Forest Garage update, along with an update on the Lake & Forest development project.
July 7 11:39 a.m. |