Sandburg sophomore Max Farley attentively watches his iron shot fly toward the green Saturday, Oct. 14, during the second round of the Illinois High School Association boys golf Class 3A state final. Clark Brooks/PhotoNews
As Anna Loureiro was competing in the singles sectional final match, Sandburg girls tennis coach Brian Ostrander said it was just another day for the Sandburg junior.
The Hawaiian BBQ salmon burger ($9.99) is one of the gourmet burgers on the menu at Happy Bites Burger in Tinley Park. It and features coconut caramelized pineapple, fresh avocado, lettuce, fresh cilantro, pickles, jalapeño and Swiss cheese. Photos by Thomas Czaja/22nd Century Media
When regular customer Michael Garren began to strike up conservations with Charlie Patel at the tobacco shops where he worked in Tinley Park, they often focused on Patel’s dream to open a restaurant.
The two became fast friends, and Patel told Garren he envisioned opening a restaurant that sold beef and hot dogs.
The late Rev. Walter Ledogar is pictured in 1964 and 2015. He led Christ Lutheran Church in Orland Park for 50 years. Photos submitted
The Rev. Walter Ledogar, 79, served as pastor of Christ Lutheran Church in Orland Park for more than 50 years, but he will be best remembered as a devoted family man and member of the community.
He died Sept. 20.
The Village of Orland Park Veterans Commission is to hold its annual steak fry for Orland Park veterans Sunday, Nov. 5.
The 1 p.m. event is to be held at the Orland Park Civic Center, 14750 S. Ravinia Ave.
It is hard to meet people nowadays. Between social media, dating applications and modern matchmaking services, connecting with someone on a genuine level has become a rarity.
Orland Township’s Senior Services found a remedy for this courtship conundrum with a blast from the past.
One Sunday afternoon a number of years ago, I found myself sitting on the back deck with friends, conversing with the dozen adults sitting on patio furniture and enjoying the summer with glasses of wine or beer in their hands. Children played games in the backyard while their parents chatted.
At one point, the conversation turned to taxes, and everyone agreed that taxes were too high.
One said, “Taxes are killing us.”
Another responded, “We can’t make ends meet.”