Burbank Little League field benefits from Ball Park Buns

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From Staff Reports Children 6 to 9 years were among the first to play on the newly renovated tee-ball field in Narragansett Park on June 5. Ball Park Buns provided funding to Burbank National Little League for the ultimate field makeover to celebrate the return of baseball and softball. The effort was part of the…

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Community Calendar

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AREA WIDE ¥ Aging Care Connections’ 14th annual Sports Ball benefit gala will be held Friday, Sept. 25, at 6 p.m. at Pinstripes in Oak Brook. Comedian Pat McGann will headline an evening of tailgate cocktails, skybox dining, auctions, bocce and bowling. Sports Ball is Aging Care Connections’ major fundraising event held to…

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Death notices

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BRIAN L. BAKALICH Brian Bakalich, 58, of La Grange Park, passed away May 5. He was an Army veteran. Beloved husband of Sandra Bakalich (nee Joyce); devoted father of Alexandra Bakalich and Rachel Bakalich; loving son of Ruth Bakalich (nee Feddern) and the late Lawrence Bakalich; dear brother of Bruce Bakalich and Craig Bakalich; son…

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A few smiles for St. Laurence after loss to Providence

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By Jeff Vorva, Correspondent There were smiles from some St. Laurence football players at Kavanaugh Field on Friday night after their game with Providence Catholic. But they may have been a little forced. After the 33-7 loss to the Celtics in a Chicago Catholic League/East Suburban Catholic Conference crossover showdown in Burbank, the players trudged…

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High School Football: Providence ices St. Laurence offense

AARON WOOFFORD

By Jeff Vorva, Correspondent There were smiles from some St. Laurence football players at Kavanaugh Field on Friday night after their game against Providence. But they may have been a little forced. After the 33-7 loss to the Celtics in a Chicago Catholic League/East Suburban Catholic Conference crossover showdown in Burbank, the players trudged off…

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Evergreen Park mayor is optimistic about economy post-pandemic

By Joe Boyle Despite marking a year of the pandemic this past week, Evergreen Park Mayor James Sexton believes he can see the light at the end of the tunnel. The mayor said that the economic outlook this year for the village is encouraging. “Our sales tax has picked up,” Sexton said during the Evergreen Park…

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