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Officer Maureen O’Neill in her final days on the job at the Chicago Lawn (8th) District Police Station. --Greater Southwest News-Herald photo by Lorena Paredes

She bleeds blue

Officer Maureen O’Neill retires after 38 years By Tim Hadac If things appear a little unglued in the commander’s office at the Chicago Lawn (8th) District Police Station, it’s because Officer Maureen O’Neill recently retired after serving in the district for 38 years, 7 months and 1 day. “It’s fair to say that in some…

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Purple for a purpose

Taking a momentary break from tying purple ribbons around trees and fenceposts at West Lawn Park last Saturday are CPD Officers Sarai Trevino, Maria DeLaTorre, Raymond Tracy and Jose Supulveda, and Shari Grassmuck and Nancy Arroyo. The group made the park go purple in observance of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. DVAM has been a national…

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Scouts march in Houby Parade

  Members of Boy Scout Troop 1441, sponsored by St. Mary Star of the Sea Holy Name Society, participated in the annual Houby (Czech word for mushroom) Parade, held in suburban Cicero earlier this month. Scouts enjoyed food vendors, live music, games and a carnival. Any boys ages 11 to 17 from any school interested…

U.S. Rep. Bobby Rush (D-1st)

Rush wants lower phone rates for inmates

From staff reports U.S. Rep. Bobby L. Rush (D-1st) this month continued his push for his Martha Wright Prison Phone Justice Act (H.R. 2489) in the Energy and Commerce Committee’s Subcommittee on Communications and Technology. The bill would ban the commissions that prisons and other confinement facilities receive from communications providers, which are the primary cause…

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Scouts set pancake breakfast fundraiser

From staff reports Boy Scout Troop 465 and Cub Scout Pack 3465 will host a pancake breakfast fundraiser from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 7 at Five Holy Martyrs Church’s Abramowicz Hall, 4327 S. Richmond. Meals will consist of pancakes, sausages, eggs, orange juice, milk, coffee and tea. Meals are priced at $8…

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Greene, Calmeca set for heating, cooling repairs

From staff reports Two public schools—one in McKinley Park and the other in Brighton Park—are among seven public grade schools set to receive improvements Tax Increment Financing (TIF) funds, Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced last week. Nathaniel Greene School, 3525 S. Honore, will be given $159,000 in TIF funds for heating and cooling system repairs. Calmeca…

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Tabares leads way to big success for police

Raises $21,000 for protective vests By Joan Hadac When 23rd Ward Ald. Silvana Tabares planned her annual Get Behind the Vest pancake breakfast at St. Daniel the Prophet Church, her goal was to surpass last year’s total of $10,500. To say she succeeded is an understatement. After the final pancake was sold at the drive-through…

Helen J. Mallis stands next to the plaque that will hang in the newly named Helen J. Mallis Gymnasium in Argo High School. (Photos by Carol McGowan)

Argo celebrates Homecoming, names West Gym for Helen Mallis

By Carol McGowan It was a chilly morning last Saturday, but the spirit at Argo Community High School was as warm as ever for its homecoming parade and dedication of West Gym. The parade kicked off from Summit Park at 9 a.m., with over two dozen participants. Marchers reached the school on 63rd street just…

Lisa Boland, Oak Lawn Park District Board President, cut the ribbon at the Brandt Park ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday evening at 89th and Tulley Avenue, Oak Lawn. (Photos by Kelly White)

Oak Lawn Park District unveils new Brandt Park

By Kelly White The Oak Lawn community takes great pride in its many parks. The Oak Lawn Park District Board of Commissioners invited local area residents out to attend a ribbon cutting ceremony at the newly renovated Brandt Park, 89th and Tulley Avenue, Monday evening. “All of our playgrounds are on a Master Plan list…

Orland Park Trustee William Healy is not keen on spending money upgrading audio and visual systems in the money-losing Civic Center. (Photo by Jeff Vorva)

‘White Elephant’ Civic Center a center of attention at Orland Park board meeting

By Jeff Vorva It appears that over the years, the Orland Park Civic Center may have become the “white elephant” that long-ago village trustee William Vogel was worried about. Shortly before the center opened its doors to a business expo in September 1989 to debut the new place, Vogel told the Star Newspaper, “Let’s face…

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Officer Maureen O’Neill in her final days on the job at the Chicago Lawn (8th) District Police Station. --Greater Southwest News-Herald photo by Lorena Paredes

She bleeds blue

Officer Maureen O’Neill retires after 38 years By Tim Hadac If things appear a little unglued in the commander’s office at the Chicago Lawn (8th) District Police Station, it’s because Officer Maureen O’Neill recently retired after serving in the district for 38 years, 7 months and 1 day. “It’s fair to say that in some…

GSWNH_PurpleForAPuurpose_102221

Purple for a purpose

Taking a momentary break from tying purple ribbons around trees and fenceposts at West Lawn Park last Saturday are CPD Officers Sarai Trevino, Maria DeLaTorre, Raymond Tracy and Jose Supulveda, and Shari Grassmuck and Nancy Arroyo. The group made the park go purple in observance of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. DVAM has been a national…

GSWNH_HoubyParade_102221

Scouts march in Houby Parade

  Members of Boy Scout Troop 1441, sponsored by St. Mary Star of the Sea Holy Name Society, participated in the annual Houby (Czech word for mushroom) Parade, held in suburban Cicero earlier this month. Scouts enjoyed food vendors, live music, games and a carnival. Any boys ages 11 to 17 from any school interested…

U.S. Rep. Bobby Rush (D-1st)

Rush wants lower phone rates for inmates

From staff reports U.S. Rep. Bobby L. Rush (D-1st) this month continued his push for his Martha Wright Prison Phone Justice Act (H.R. 2489) in the Energy and Commerce Committee’s Subcommittee on Communications and Technology. The bill would ban the commissions that prisons and other confinement facilities receive from communications providers, which are the primary cause…

pancakes110721

Scouts set pancake breakfast fundraiser

From staff reports Boy Scout Troop 465 and Cub Scout Pack 3465 will host a pancake breakfast fundraiser from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 7 at Five Holy Martyrs Church’s Abramowicz Hall, 4327 S. Richmond. Meals will consist of pancakes, sausages, eggs, orange juice, milk, coffee and tea. Meals are priced at $8…

CPSlogo033121

Greene, Calmeca set for heating, cooling repairs

From staff reports Two public schools—one in McKinley Park and the other in Brighton Park—are among seven public grade schools set to receive improvements Tax Increment Financing (TIF) funds, Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced last week. Nathaniel Greene School, 3525 S. Honore, will be given $159,000 in TIF funds for heating and cooling system repairs. Calmeca…

CRRNH_SilvanaTabaresOfficial_081121

Tabares leads way to big success for police

Raises $21,000 for protective vests By Joan Hadac When 23rd Ward Ald. Silvana Tabares planned her annual Get Behind the Vest pancake breakfast at St. Daniel the Prophet Church, her goal was to surpass last year’s total of $10,500. To say she succeeded is an understatement. After the final pancake was sold at the drive-through…

Helen J. Mallis stands next to the plaque that will hang in the newly named Helen J. Mallis Gymnasium in Argo High School. (Photos by Carol McGowan)

Argo celebrates Homecoming, names West Gym for Helen Mallis

By Carol McGowan It was a chilly morning last Saturday, but the spirit at Argo Community High School was as warm as ever for its homecoming parade and dedication of West Gym. The parade kicked off from Summit Park at 9 a.m., with over two dozen participants. Marchers reached the school on 63rd street just…

Lisa Boland, Oak Lawn Park District Board President, cut the ribbon at the Brandt Park ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday evening at 89th and Tulley Avenue, Oak Lawn. (Photos by Kelly White)

Oak Lawn Park District unveils new Brandt Park

By Kelly White The Oak Lawn community takes great pride in its many parks. The Oak Lawn Park District Board of Commissioners invited local area residents out to attend a ribbon cutting ceremony at the newly renovated Brandt Park, 89th and Tulley Avenue, Monday evening. “All of our playgrounds are on a Master Plan list…

Orland Park Trustee William Healy is not keen on spending money upgrading audio and visual systems in the money-losing Civic Center. (Photo by Jeff Vorva)

‘White Elephant’ Civic Center a center of attention at Orland Park board meeting

By Jeff Vorva It appears that over the years, the Orland Park Civic Center may have become the “white elephant” that long-ago village trustee William Vogel was worried about. Shortly before the center opened its doors to a business expo in September 1989 to debut the new place, Vogel told the Star Newspaper, “Let’s face…

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