Congregating with a group of volunteers outside of the Oak Park & River Forest Day Nursery this past Friday afternoon, Chatka Ruggiero recalled her days at the nursery nearly 80 years ago.
Sept. 23 2:15 p.m. |
A River Forest resident told police that a man exposed himself to her on a train on Sept. 9. The victim said that she was riding on the CTA Blue Line train at around 7 a.m.
Runners in the village were stopped in their tracks earlier this summer when Competitive Foot owners Tim and Tyna Eggert announced that the store, located at 102 N. Marion St., would end its 37-year run in late July.
Sept. 23 12:40 p.m. |
Along with friendly completion, it was more like a family reunion for participants in Triton College’s first annual Alumni Athletic Day.
Sept. 23 11:04 a.m. |
First Bank & Trust has received a top rating of Green with Three Stars, the highest designation possible, from VERIBANC, Inc., a banking analysis firm in Woonsocket, RI.
Sept. 23 10:12 a.m. |
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In addition the D90 administration also submitted a list of actions that could be taken to improve the safety of the school’s north parking lot.
Sept. 23 9:35 a.m. |
The vote moves forward a three-year process of parent meetings, community communications, discussions with River Forest Village, Park District, and Public Library officials, traffic and safety studies, several architectural plans, and additional outreach efforts to various constituencies.
The Village Board confirmed its commitment to environmental sustainability by hiring an organization credited with creating the national model for smart grid project planning, implementation and management.
Property transfers in the Western Suburbs, including Oak Park, River Forest, Elmwood Park, Franklin Park and Schiller Park.