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The preliminary results of an Orland Park police investigation into a body found in a pond at 157th Street and 76th Avenue suggest the man died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Bill Jones
Police are searching for a man who allegedly took a woman’s car at gunpoint in the parking lot of an Orland Park restaurant and fled the scene, and then struck a construction worker and a police officer while taking another vehicle in Oak Forest.
Bill Jones
Four men from Detroit reportedly were arrested after what police are describing as a “smash and grab type of theft” attempt the morning of Thursday, Sept. 8, at an Orland Park jewelry store in the 15100 block of LaGrange Road.
Bill Jones
A GoFundMe project led by an Orland Park woman has raised more than $22,000 for a local woman and her son, who facing health complications after having three heart surgeries in the last two months.
Bill Jones
Orland Park native Ashley Jurjovec lived every day of her life to the fullest, according to the people who knew her best. Today, her memory lives on through her family and friends as they work to raise funds and awareness for the rare heart condition that led to Ashley’s death at the age of 31, on May 10, 2016.
Bill Jones
A report of a mice at Marcus Theatres’ Orland Park Cinema that went viral after it was posted to Facebook has been confirmed by the Village of Orland Park.
Bill Jones

In an old house nestled in Orland Park’s old downtown is a lifelong dream, a labor of love for one local resident. 

Sugarbaker’s Darlin’ Decor & More is to open Saturday, Nov. 5, at 9925 W 143rd St.

Brittany Kapa
No one was injured, but a fire this weekend caused “major damage” to an Orland Park restaurant, according to officials. The Orland Fire Protection District responded around 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 17, to an automatic fire alarm at Red Robin, 15503 S. LaGrange Road, according to a press release issued the next morning by district spokesperson Ray Hanania.
Bill Jones

Two years after an Orland Park 11-year-old girl committed suicide, school boards across Illinois are being required to implement a suicide prevention and training policy in hopes that youth suicide rates decrease across the state.

The legislation, AnnMarie’s Law, was enacted into law Aug. 21, nearly two months after Gov. Bruce Rauner received the policy, then known as Senate Bill 1793.

Bill Jones
A 74-year-old Orland Park man allegedly responsible for a vehicle that left the roadway June 17, striking and killing 17-year-old David Dolitsky outside his family’s Orland Park home, was charged Dec. 1 with three traffic offenses by the Orland Park Police Department.
Bill Jones

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