• Andrew recently unveiled this new color scheme for its gymnasium. Photo Submitted

    Andrew makes ‘bold’ statement with new gymnasium floor

    August 29, 2016 By Tim Carroll, Assistant Editor Sports, High School

    Andrew’s got a brand new floor.

  • Tinley mourns passing of former trustee

    August 29, 2016 By Staff Report News, Village

    Known for his dedication to public safety, Matthew J. Heffernan served nine years on the Tinley Park Village Board beginning in 1998 chairing numerous committees during his tenure.

  • Niklas Musielak (left) and his mother, Faye, both of Tinley Park, check out his new first-grade classroom Aug. 24 during an open house at Kruse Education Center in Orland Park.

    Kruse Education Center welcomes community back to school with open house

    August 29, 2016 By Lee Edwards, Freelance Reporter News

    Kruse Education Center opened all its doors to kick off the new school year with an open house tour Aug.

  • Scraps of Brass closes out Tinley’s Thursdays in the Park series

    August 27, 2016 By Staff Report Life & Arts
    As the sun began to set behind the band shell at the Tony Bettenhausen Recreation Center Thursday, Aug. 25, the band began to play. Scraps of Brass, which lead singer Cathy Narvaez said has been together since 2006, started their 90-minute set with “Domino,” as made famous by Van Morrison. They then went on to stage classic rock hits originally performed by the likes of Fleetwood Mac, Janis Joplin, Stevie Wonder and Chicago. Kimberly Madden, the recreation supervisor at the Tinley Park-Park District, was responsible for organizing the Thursdays in the Park series over the summer. She said that she likes to get classic rock acts like Scraps of Brass when possible.
  • Tinley Park overpowers Rich South in season opener

    August 27, 2016 By Lee Edwards, Freelance Reporter Sports, High School

    Tinley Park overcame early miscues against host Rich South to take complete command in its first game of the season shutting out its opponent 21-0.