• Santa Claus, aka Kris Kingle, celebrates the holidays with guests at St. George School’s Family Reading Night Dec. 5 in Tinley Park. Photos by Joe Coughlin/22nd Century Media

    Festive stories, the Clauses highlight Family Reading Night

    December 14, 2017 By Joe Coughlin, Interim Editor/Publisher Life & Arts

    Talk about decking the halls.

  • Following five-hour closed session, D230 School Board unanimous in dismissal of cheer coach

    December 13, 2017 By Meredith Dobes, Freelance Reporter News, Breaking, School
    Amid allegations of sexual harassment against Stagg High School Athletic Director Terry Treasure and following more than five hours of closed session at a special meeting Dec. 12, after nearly two months of postponing a decision, the Consolidated High School District 230 Board of Education voted unanimously to dismiss Stagg High School head cheerleading coach and Orland Park resident Bridget Guzior.
  • Tinley Park High School baseball coach Josh O’Shea was recently named the head varsity football coach, as well. Photos submitted

    Dual Threat: Titans tap baseball coach O'Shea as new football coach

    December 12, 2017 By Joe Coughlin, Interim Editor/Publisher Sports, High School
    From the time Josh O'Shea was a child, his athletic preferences have changed with the seasons.
  • Tinley Parkers look over some of the concepts for Harmony Square at an open house Dec. 5 put on by developer The Lakota Group. Photo Submitted

    Residents offer input during Harmony Square open house

    December 12, 2017 By Megann Horstead, Freelance Reporter News, Village

    Tinley Park residents are looking for harmony in a proposed downtown plaza. 

  • Andrew’s Robbie Precin works to pin Lincoln-Way Central opponent Luke Valentine during their match at 126 pounds Friday, Dec. 8, in Tinley Park. Photos by Jason Maholy/22nd Century Media

    Experienced Andrew wrestling team ready for big things

    December 11, 2017 By Jason Maholy, Freelance Reporter Sports, High School
    The Andrew and Lincoln-Way Central wrestling programs are in different places right now.

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