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City of Countryside Office Assistant-City Clerk’s Office

CITY OF COUNTRYSIDE OFFICE ASSISTANT – City Clerk’s Office The City of Countryside is seeking a candidate for an Office Assistant in the City Clerk’s Office.  This is a full-time position, with a starting salary of $48,356 plus an excellent benefit package. Please go to the City’s website www.countryside-il.org for more information.  Click on Employment…

Notice to Contractors Village of Summit 2023 Green Alley Program

NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS   VILLAGE OF SUMMIT 2023 GREEN ALLEY PROGRAM     TIME AND PLACE OF OPENING OF BIDS: Sealed Proposals for the improvement described herein will be received at the office of the Village Executive Director, Village of Summit, 7321 West 59th Street, Summit, IL 60501 until 10:15 a.m., June 13, 2023, and…

Invitation for Bids Village of Summit 2023 C.D.B.G. Alley Improvements

INVITATION FOR BIDS   NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the President and Board of Trustees of the VILLAGE OF SUMMIT, Cook County, Illinois, that sealed bids will be received for the following improvement:   2023 C.D.B.G. ALLEY IMPROVEMENTS CDBG No. 2206-019   and consists of the construction of Portland Cement concrete alley pavement; driveway and…

Request for Proposals for the Purchase and Development Of Property Owned by the Village of Lyons

Request for Proposals for the Purchase and Development Of Property Owned by the Village of Lyons             Please take notice that the Village of Lyons will receive sealed proposals for the purchase and development of the real property commonly known as 7847 43rd Street, Lyons, Illinois. Proposals will be accepted at the Lyons Village Hall,…

Village of Bedford Park Notice for Bids Event Center South Parking Lot-Phase 1

NOTICE FOR BIDS The Village of Bedford Park, a Home Rule Unit of Government, Cook County, Illinois will receive sealed proposals for the following improvements. Time and Place of Opening Bids: Sealed Proposals for the improvement described herein will be received at the office of the Village Clerk of Bedford Park, 6701 South Archer Road,…

Stickney Board of Fire and Police Commissioners accepting applications for lateral police candidates

PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the Stickney Board of Fire and Police Commissioners will accept applications for lateral police candidates beginning Monday. June 12, 2023. Applications may be obtained at the Stickney Police Department located at 6533 Pershing Road, Stickney, Illinois 60402 or the Village of Stickney website (https://www.villageofstickney.com). The Village of Stickney is…

Central Stickney School District 110 meeting

Notice of Timely and Meaningful Consultation, Central Stickney School District 110 Private schools and parents representatives of private school students in Central Stickney School District 110 with disabilities are invited to attend a May 30, 2023 meeting at 9:00 a.m. at Charles J. Sahs School in the conference room. Please contact the superintendent, Julie Egan,…

Steve Palmer, chairman of the Brew Moon Festival; Susanna Decker of Community Support Services; and McCook Mayor Terrance Carr pose with the oversized check donated from the festival. (Photos by Steve Metsch) 

Brew Moon raises $33,000 for two charitable organizations

By Steve Metsch Two local charitable organizations will benefit from the 12th annual Brew Moon Beer & Band Festival held in October at the MAX in McCook. The Kelli Joy O’Laughlin Memorial Foundation, based in Indian Head Park, and Community Support Services, based in Brookfield, each received $16,500. Checks were presented to representatives of each…

Mario DePasquale

Ex-McCook police chief sentenced to 27 months in extortion plot

By Bob Bong Mario DePasquale, the former police chief of McCook, was sentenced last week to more than two years in federal prison after pleading guilty last year to conspiring with the village’s former mayor to extort two businessmen out of tens of thousands of dollars. DePasquale, 50, was sentenced February 21 to 27 months…

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Palos Heights police bust mail theft ring

3 arrested for allegedly stealing mail in Palos Heights, Palos Park By Jeff Vorva The good news is that lost mail involving residents of Palos Park and Palos Heights has been found. The bad news is that it may be a while before they get that mail back. Three people were arrested for their alleged…

Shepard High School junior, Anastasia Kladis, has raised nearly $2,000 for Special Olympics Illinois and hopes to keep the amount growing before she takes the plunge at Shepard High School on March 7. (Supplied photos)

Shepard student to take the Polar Plunge for Special Olympics

By Kelly White One Shepard High School student has been excelling in raising funds for this year’s Polar Plunge. Anastasia Kladis, a junior from Palos Heights, has raised nearly $2,000 for Special Olympics Illinois and hopes to keep the amount growing before she takes the plunge at school on March 7. “I have made a…

Hon. Koula Fornier

Fournier resigns from TTO to become judge

From staff reports The Lyons Township Trustees of Schools is accepting applications for a vacancy on their board, after Trustee Koula A. Fournier resigned earlier this month after being sworn-in as a Judge of the Cook County Circuit Court. Fournier was appointed by the Illinois Supreme Court to fill the Maloney vacancy of the 4th…

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Cheesie’s coming to Garfield Ridge

. Popular ‘pub & grub’ coming to Archer/Nashville .  By Tim Hadac A business strip in need of a shot of adrenaline is about get a bit of zing next month. Cheesie’s Pub & Grub, a well known favorite on the North Side, is bringing its casual dining fun to the vacant Lindy’s/Gertie’s building at…

Nancy Diaz, area coach of operations for Panda Express, cuts the ribbon at the new Oak Lawn restaurant on Feb. 15. Joining her for the ceremony were (far left) Oak Lawn Trustee Paul Mallo (3rd) and Mayor Terry Vorderer. Xin Qin, the regional director of operations for the new Panda Express, is at far right. (Photos by Joe Boyle)

Oak Lawn welcomes second Panda Express restaurant

By Joe Boyle A large crowd of customers began lining up outside the new Panda Express in Oak Lawn the morning of Feb. 15 and were not disappointed when they entered the restaurant. A major draw to the grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony was that the first 88 customers to enter the restaurant would receive…