Whole Foods Market's River Forest location may divert over half of the store's trash from the landfill, through recycling and composting programs, but this Earth Month the store hopes to turn its garbage into something a little more eye-catching.
The School of Professional and Continuing Studies (SPCS) at Dominican University will soon offer a Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies (BLS) on the campus of Triton College. The School is currently accepting applications for the first class, which will begin on August 29, 2013. The SPCS has offered the program online since thestart of 2012.
Ballots for the April 9 Consolidated Election can be cast early at Village Hall, 123 Madison St., beginning today. Early voting will be offered from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday, through April 6.
On March 23, 2010 the Affordable Care Act, often called "Obamacare" was signed into law. To celebrate this historic achievement in expanding healthcare coverage to over 30 million Americans, 22 local chapters of Organizing for America (OFA) across Illinois are holding events in concert with over 1000 OFA events across the country.
Trinity University's (San Antonio, TX) JV policy debate team of Nathan Rothenbaum (OPRF HS, 2012) and Maggie Solice took first place at the 2013 National Junior Division Debate Tournament held in Overland Park, KS this past weekend.
D200 Board Candidate Melanie McQueen will address the community on her vision for educational excellence in Oak Park and River Forest High School hosted by Chicago's Chicken & Waffles II Oak Park location.
Downtown Oak Park announces special recognition by West Suburban Living Magazine in the publication's annual "Best of the West" rankings. Downtown Oak Park was one of the destinations voted "Best Shopping Center" among Oakbrook Center and Geneva Commons.
Oak Park Police issued 25 citations – including five for driving under the influence – during a late-night crackdown over the St. Patrick's Day weekend that targeted drunken drivers and individuals not wearing seat belts.