• Kaitlin Tholl is about to get mobbed by her Andrew teammates after hitting a mammoth home run against Sandburg. PHOTOS BY JEFF VORVA / 22ND CENTURY MEDIA

    Softball: Tholl-y Cow! Andrew catcher ripping some massive homers

    April 18, 2018 By Jeff Vorva, Sports Editor Sports, High School
    Will Kaitlin Tholl ever hit a home run hard enough that will actually bounce and hit Andrew High School? The world has two and a half seasons to find out.
  • Locals Renee and George Klimaitis celebrated their wedding on March 9 in Sedona, Arizona, with their dog, Chewie. PHOTO SUBMITTED

    Local couple shares unique wedding story with The Tinley Junction

    April 18, 2018 By Staff Report Life & Arts
    The origins of the story began several years ago, when George, a Harvey firefighter who grew up in Orland Park, met Renee, who has Tinley Park roots and today works in Orland Park. Through friends, they met at a Lockport festival and soon were dating and subsequently living together.
  • Collin Wilma has been a hitting and pitching force for Tinley Park High School’s baseball team this season. JEFF VORVA/22ND CENTURY MEDIA

    King of Swing: TPHS' Wilma jams on baseball diamond and golf course

    April 17, 2018 By Staff Report Sports, High School
    Last year, for a 23-10 team that lost in the regional title game to an Oak Forest team it had beaten twice in the regular season, Wilma went 8-2 with 66 strikeouts and two saves, while also batting .360 and playing third base.
  • (Left to right) Tinley Park residents Amy Summers and Mary Jaslowski sample wine and beer at the 9th annual Tinley Park Fest held on April 15 at the Tinley Park Convention Center. LAURIE FANELLI / 22ND CENTURY MEDIA

    A Toast to Tinley Park: Brew & Vine Fest celebrates craft beer market

    April 16, 2018 By Laurie Fanelli, Freelance Reporter Life & Arts
    The 9th annual Tinley Park Brew & Vine Fest held April 14 at the Tinley Park Convention Center united local brewmasters and beer drinkers to celebrate the perfect pint.
  • Sickbert also gave a presentation on the district’s next phase of expansion with computer-generated designs for the additional classrooms, new cafeteria/multipurpose rooms and music rooms at Fierke and Kruse Education Centers. CODY MROCZKA / 22ND CENTURY MEDIA

    D146: Fulton, Memorial building additions bid approved at $4.69 million

    April 15, 2018 By Cody Mroczka, Editor News, School
    Sickbert, who is managing the projects for the district, said the lowest bidder was so low it gave him concerns. After further consultations with DLA staff, the bidder ended up rescinding the offer. The second lowest bidder failed to include allowances in its estimates and therefore withdrew, as well.

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