It's precisely contrary to how you might reasonably expect it to go, yet Oak Park police said Monday that the beginning of a spat of auto thefts and vehicle burglaries appears to have coincided with the start of the new school year.
Saturday's Unity Rally, sponsored by the Archdiocese of Chicago's Office for Racial Justice, was more than just a symbolic event, but part of a larger struggle to heal the city's racial tensions, said Sister Anita Baird, founding director of the office.
We are SO MAD at our ungrateful children. While all of you were having fun getting dressed up as pirates Wednesday morning for Pirate Day at the high school, our children were plastered against the front door, barring us from going to work in our eye patch and fake beard.
River Forest The U.S. Attorney's office for Northern Illinois has filed a friend of the court brief in 7th District court that appears to support the legal grounds of a False Claims Act lawsuit filed by Lt. Craig Rutz last December against the River Forest police department.
The OPRF hockey club dropped two Metro West games over the weekend, losing on the road to Naperville North, 7-4, on Friday and at home to Neuqua Valley, 5-1, on Sunday. The two losses bring the Huskies' record to 1-2 in the Metro West and 4-4 overall.
If you haven't noticed, OPRF football has a kicking game again. The football program hasn't had a consistent field goal kicker in years, relying instead on the occasional extra-point booters. But OPRF soccer's loss, is OPRF football's gain.