Warehouses coming to former shopping center in Bridgeview

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The village of Bridgeview will be getting two warehouses at the northeast corner of 79th Street and Harlem Avenue. At its July 18 meeting, the board approved a letter of understanding between Sponte Sales, doing business as HawkAuto.com. “This is the sale of the south half of the shopping center on 79th Street, for about…

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Video gambling vote in Palos Heights may be coming

By Anthony Caciopo Regional News Editor The hotly debated topic of video gambling in Palos Heights will likely be up for vote in the November general election. The vote will be a non-binding, advisory referendum but many of the elected City Council members spoke at Tuesday evening’s council meeting with words to the effect of…

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Brannigan, protestors unmoved one year later

  Rallying outside Palos Township headquarters Monday evening, people call for the resignation of Trustee Sharon Brannigan during the monthly board meeting. At least 80 people were on hand to continue to pressure her and her fellow board members. Photo by Anthony Caciopo   By Anthony Caciopo Regional News Editor   It’s been a year-long…

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Police Reports for July 13

LeClaire Courts reunion ends in shooting A 22-year-old man was shot in the groin and buttocks as he participated in the annual outdoor LeClaire Courts reunion near 44thÊand Lavergne at 1:27 a.m. Monday, July. The shooter was on foot when he fired, witnesses told police, and fled in a vehicle. The victim was transported to…

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A New Perspective on Robots and How They Will Shape Humanity

(NewsUSA) – Throughout the years, technology has improved drastically – creating machines and devices that were unimaginable 50 years ago. And perhaps the most advanced and interesting of society’s technological advancements is robots – but it is also the most misunderstood.In fact, according to recent Pew Research, more than 70 percent of…

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Police Reports for July 6

Man shot, killed on Western A 32-year-old Chicago Lawn man was shot and killed in front of his home in the 6600 block of South Western. Deantate Littlejohn was found by police after he crashed his car into a pole at 69thand Western at 4:56 a.m. Sunday, July 1. He had been shot several times…

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Russian ballet teacher opens dance studio on Archer

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An internationally acclaimed Russian ballet teacher who has been working quietly from the underground facility at Wentworth Park for the past five years has surfaced, opening her school on Archer Avenue and drawing praise from the community. “I started ballet before I was 4 years old,” recalled Madame Elizabeth Boitsov, as she spoke to a…

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LTHS announces honor roll for second semester: Sophomores

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Lyons Township High School announces its second semester Honor Roll for the 2017-2018 school year. The Semester Honor Roll is based on the entire semester work including final semester examinations. Listed are freshmen, sophomore, junior, and senior students who have achieved a grade point average of 3.125 or higher. Honor rolls are determined using an…

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AERO agrees to buy Queen of Peace for $3.25 million

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AERO Special Education Cooperative announced last week it had reached an agreement in principle to purchase the former Queen of Peace High School in Burbank for $3.25 million. Picone Advisory Group aided the Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters in the negotiations for the 13-acre campus at 7659 S. Linder Ave. in Burbank. The Queen of Peace site…

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AERO agrees to buy Queen of Peace for $3.25 million

7 4 2018 10 10 39 PM 8301446

AERO Special Education Cooperative announced last week it had reached an agreement in principle to purchase the former Queen of Peace High School in Burbank for $3.25 million. Picone Advisory Group aided the Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters in the negotiations for the 13-acre campus at 7659 S. Linder Ave. in Burbank. The Queen of Peace site…

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