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Customers who first walk into Rubino’s Italian Imports might assume it to be a good place to buy items to make authentic Italian meals at home. Though they would be correct, there is more to the market than meets the eye.
Those who venture past the stocked aisles and toward the red, white and green walls of the deli will find a slew of homemade Italian dishes for sale. Reminiscent of a deli in New York’s Little Italy, staff members rush to prepare roast beef, meatballs, eggplant Parmesan and other items from scratch.
A 62-year-old woman who was reported missing the morning of Tuesday, Nov. 11, has been found safe in Orland Park and reunited with her family, according to Lt. Tony Farrell of the Orland Park Police Department.
Dorothy A. Lavery, 62, of Orland Park, was found in the late morning hours of Tuesday, Nov. 11, and no foul play was suspected, Farrell said.
Two people received traumatic injuries the evening of May 3 after two vehicles collided head on, at high speeds, according to a press release issued May 4 by the Orland Fire Protection District.
The collision reportedly occurred around 8:15 p.m. in the 9200 block of 167th Street.
The Orland Fire Protection District responded to a report of the crash and found two cars that were involved in a “high-speed head-on wreck,” according to the press release.
Sandburg baseball standout Matthias Dietz has officially gone pro.
The San Francisco Giants selected the right-handed pitcher in the 29th round of the Major League Baseball Draft, as the 876th pick overall.
Dietz, a 19-year-old from Orland Park, is billed as throwing and batting righty, while standing 6-foot-5 and weighing in at 220 pounds. He just completed his freshman year at John A. Logan College, a community college in Carterville.