Obituary Peter D'Agostino was an accomplished scholar, dedicated teacher, loving husband, devoted father, son, brother, and friend. Oak Park resident D'Agostino was murdered Wednesday as he was coming home from his job as an associate professor of History and Catholic studies at University of Illinois at Chicago. He was 42.
WEB EXTRA! Thursday, June 23 4 p.m. Oak Park police have no suspects in an apparent homicide committed Tuesday evening in a residential neighborhood on the southeast side of the village. See related article...
WEB EXTRA! The discovery last evening of an apparent murder victim on the front lawn of a southeast Oak Park home has left neighbors with questions, speculations and fear surrounding the incident, one neighbor said today.
When county notices hit mail boxes in mid-July, average Oak Park homeowners will likely discover that the assessed value of their property has increased by roughly 30 percent, Township Assessor Ali ElSaffar said Friday.
A federal indictment unsealed Thursday charges Oak Park resident William Moorehead with two counts of wire fraud in relation to his management of numerous Chicago Housing Authority and HUD properties in Chicago.
One of downtown Oak Park's largest property owners took aim last week at plans to bring a trade college to three floors of the former Marshall Field's building. Seymour Taxman, CEO of the Taxman Corporation, told the Oak Park Plan Commission that Corinthian College and its 300 students would clog already limited parking in the area.