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A new face will be joining a returning trustee on the Orland Park Public Library Board. In the nonpartisan race between three candidates for two six-year terms on the Orland Park Public Library Board of Trustees, Bridget Mary Lindbloom and incumbent Charles McShane were victorious over candidate Daniel F. Sanchez.
Bill Jones
A 43-year-old man has been accused of sexually assaulting a woman inside his Orland Park home. Gregory E. Perkins, of 13723 Legend Trail Lane in Orland Park, was charged with two counts of criminal sexual assault, a Class 1 felony, following an investigation into a Jan. 29 incident inside his home, according to a press release issued Feb. 1 by the Orland Park Police Department.
Bill Jones
The Orland School District 135 Board of Education this week accepted the resignation of Superintendent DJ Skogsberg, but it does not take effect until June 30, and he remains on leave for unspecified reasons and for an undetermined length of time.
Bill Jones
As if there wasn’t already enough variety on the menu at Joey’s Red Hots in Orland Park, a new expansion is set to bring even more fare to the community. Just across the parking lot from Joey’s Red Hots at 17400 Wolf Road in Orland Park, a new structure bearing the Joey’s name is getting set to open some time in the next several weeks, according to Nick Iozzo, who owns the business along with Anthony Nardo.
Bill Jones
As in the past, The Orland Park Prairie newspaper is asking for your help in renewing its special class of mail that enables free delivery of an award-winning newspaper to your Orland Park home or business every single week.
Bill Jones

A 22-year-old Orland Park woman died after she reportedly was involved in a head-on motor vehicle collision.

Lidija Krajewski, of the 16600 block of Paw Paw Avenue, was pronounced dead at 6:04 a.m. Oct. 6, according to a spokesperson from the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office.

She was involved in a head-on motor vehicle collision on Route 83 near Archer Avenue, according to the spokesperson.

Bill Jones

The Sandburg-blue bracelet on Michael Schofield’s thick wrist clashed badly with the dark, ranger green workout tank he was wearing at the 2014 NFL Combine, but he didn’t seem to care.

Schofield wasn’t trying to make a fashion statement; he was sending a message:.

Cancer — much like those poor Big Ten defensive linemen that Schofield smashed while playing offensive tackle for the University of Michigan — doesn’t stand much of a chance.

Erik Schmidt
Back in 2014, with their sons heading to college and new bills to pay, Shawna Howard and Darlene Mstowski came up with an idea to make some extra money. Roughly four-and-a-half years later, their party-assisting business, Maid To Party, has graduated from a concept to a full-fledged operation.
Bill Jones
A convicted felon found to be living inside of a closed storefront in Orland Park was allegedly in possession of two loaded handguns, more than 100 rounds of ammunition, a bobcat and more when police searched the space Feb. 28.
Bill Jones

The Taste of Orland Park is to return July 31-Aug. 2 at the Orland Park Village Center, 14700 S. Ravinia Ave.

In its twelfth year, the Taste of Orland Park showcases Orland Park eateries, community organizations and event sponsors, and offers a number of activities, including Kids’ Day, a car show and live entertainment on two stages.

Bill Jones

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