• Orland Park woman sustains life-threatening injuries in I-294 crash

    January 18, 2019 By Bill Jones, Editor News, Breaking, Police-Fire
    A 30-year-old woman from Orland Park reportedly was hospitalized with life-threatening injuries following a crash with a semitruck on Interstate 294 near Glenview.
  • Sandburg fraternal twins Molly (left) and Patrick Nolan are not only great athletes but also have impressed in music. JEFF VORVA/22ND CENTURY MEDIA

    Music and athletics are big parts of the Nolan twins’ lives

    January 18, 2019 By Patrick McGavin, Freelance Reporter Sports, High School
    Molly Nolan is so hyper-competitive it no doubt drives her wild that her fraternal twin brother, Patrick, was born a minute earlier than her. “I definitely grew up a competitor, no matter what it was,” Molly said. “I am aggressive. I hate losing, at all costs. When I play, I make sure I play with grit.”
  • Spread the love in the annual Valentine’s Day Coloring Contest

    January 17, 2019 By Bill Jones, Editor News, Contests
    We [heart] you. As much as our editorial team hates to admit it, there are some things that simply are not conveyed quite as well by words.
  • Mike Polz (middle) and his son Clinton (right) demonstrate a move to Sandburg wrestler Kevin Zimmer during a break in the action on Saturday, Jan. 12. JEFF VORVA/22ND CENTURY MEDIA

    Wrestling: Another meet, another honor, another retirement

    January 16, 2019 By Jeff Vorva, Sports Editor Sports, High School
    For the second Saturday in a row, a veteran Sandburg coach was recognized for his retirement. For the second meet in a row, veteran assistant and former head wrestling coach Mike Polz picked up an honor.
  • Sandburg junior Zach Kusper, shown in a game earlier in the season, came off the bench and hit a huge 3-pointer in the third quarter against state-ranked Bolingbrook on Jan. 8. JEFF VORVA/22ND CENTURY MEDIA

    Boys Basketball: Eagles in foul mood after loss to state-ranked Bolingbrook

    January 16, 2019 By Tim Cronin, Freelance Reporter Sports, High School
    If brownie points were awarded for tenacious efforts against testing foes, Sandburg would have come home from Bolingbrook with a bushel basket full of them. They did not, so the 74-64 loss on Jan. 8 left the Eagles feeling empty, their winning streak stopped at four, their record slipping to 10-8.

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