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Wednesday Journal May 1
The West Cook YMCA is considering another location within the west suburbs, the organization announced during its annual fundraising gala, held April 27 in Oak Brook.
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Wednesday Journal Apr 30
CACFP brings national conference-goers to visit the 105 year old preschool
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Wednesday Journal Apr 30
Byline Bancorp announced today it has completed the purchase of Community Bank of Oak Park River Forest.
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Wednesday Journal Apr 30
On Sunday, May 5 from 1 to 5 p.m. the Oak Park River Forest Historical Society will open up six homes in River Forest's northwest quadrant.
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Wednesday Journal Apr 30
H.J. Mohr & Sons Co., an industrial concrete manufacturing company and one of Oak Park's oldest businesses, is for sale for $7 million.
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Wednesday Journal Apr 30
After two near misses, the OPRF boys volleyball team hopes to finally win an elusive state championship this season. The Huskies have the talent and drive to make it happen....
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Wednesday Journal Apr 26
For many people who spoke in support of the racial equity policy, Thursday night's vote was a watershed moment in a decades-long struggle in which African American women, in particular, have figured prominently, albeit oftentimes in the shadows.
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Wednesday Journal Apr 25
Like a lot of entrepreneurial ventures the relatively new Oak Park business, Steeltooth Combs, started out with a problem – but not the one you might think.
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Wednesday Journal Apr 24
A man who exposed himself to an Oak Park and River Forest High School student on the morning of April 8, appears to have struck again in the same area.
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Wednesday Journal Apr 23
New Moms 34th Annual Kitchen Walk is coming up on Saturday, April 27! Get your tickets today to witness the latest design trends in person!
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Wednesday Journal Apr 23
The bright orange notices on the front door of the vacant Oak Hotel building, 855 Lake St., note that the structure is condemned by the Oak Park Fire Department and "unfit for human occupancy."
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Wednesday Journal Apr 23
The return of senior star Fiona Girardot (and hopefully Mary Jones) could be just the boost the OPRF softball team needs in order to make a run at a third state championship in four years.
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Wednesday Journal Apr 23
While South Oak Park has seen a relative building boom for several years, local developer Mark Meagher of Maher Development thinks the south side of the village is ready to command seven figure prices and bring in families who might love an urban...
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Wednesday Journal Apr 22
A serial burglar released in River Forest went on to rob a woman the same day
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Wednesday Journal Apr 22
It's been years in the making, but the new brewpub at the corner of Lake Street and Austin Boulevard – the name of the joint is One Lake – is almost ready to open.
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Wednesday Journal Apr 19
On Friday, Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx's office formally joined the temporary restraining order against Pipeline that Melrose Park had filed on April 8 and that a judge granted on April 9.
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Wednesday Journal Apr 19
The Village of Oak Park has settled a case with a former employee who sued the village claiming she was discriminated against and fired for being a whistleblower working to expose fraud.
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Wednesday Journal Apr 18
Check out your local Easter Church Guide listings!
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Wednesday Journal Apr 18
Check out your local Oak Park and Forest Park Easter Church Guide listings!
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Wednesday Journal Apr 18
As the high school sports spring season reaches around the midpoint of the season, the red-hot Fenwick boys water polo and OPRF girls badminton teams headline our roundup.
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