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Police looking to slow speeding problem on LaGrange by impounding vehicles

February 12, 2019 by Jon DePaolis, Freelance Reporter News, Village

During a Public Safety Committee meeting held Feb. 4, trustees voted 3-0 to recommend the Village Board approve an amendment to the Village Code that would allow for the seizure and impoundment of vehicles if the driver is cited for...

History Museum to explore the Great Chicago Fire

by Submitted by Village of Orland Park News, Village

A staple of elementary school history classes was studying the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. Theories on the fire’s origins continue nearly 150 years later.

Historian William Pack, author of “The Essential Great Chicago...

Residents provide input on next phase of Triangle project

by Analisa Trofimuk, Freelance Reporter News, Village

The master plan for the Main Street Triangle project is a work in progress. And the community recently had the opportunity to relay ideas to Structured Development representatives.

The two main topics of discussion Feb. 11? Entertainment...

Lincoln and his generals to take the stage at Orland Park History Museum

by Staff Report News, Village

President Abraham Lincoln and three of his generals will discuss the last six months of the American Civil War on Saturday, Feb. 16, at the Orland Park History Museum.

The live presentation with portrayals of Lincoln...