• On Jan. 10, Board of Commissioners approved a bid from WhiteWater West Industries, an international recreational development company based in Canada, for the play structure replacement for a total not to exceed $143,782. Photo by Tinley Park-Park District

    Park District: Tinley purchases water park structure, playground piece

    January 17, 2018 By Cody Mroczka, Editor News, Village
    Over the last several months, the Tinley Park District Board of Commissioners approved purchases for a play structure replacement at White Water Canyon Water Park and a set of playground equipment for Deiner Rauhoff Bormet Park.
  • With his eyes never wavering from the ball, Notre Dame receiver and Tinley Park native Miles Boykin makes the highlight-reel catch that led to the Fighting Irish winning the Citrus Bowl Jan. 1. Photos submitted

    Tinley native, Citrus Bowl hero talks catch, future at Notre Dame

    January 16, 2018 By Tim Carroll, Sports Editor Sports
    In the Tinley Park or Providence Catholic communities, Miles Boykin may have been a pretty well-known name. But prior to Jan. 1 in the Citrus Bowl, the casual Notre Dame football fan probably had not heard too much about Boykin.
  • The Economic Development and Marketing Committee discussed the possibility of designating certain commercial properties as blighted under five qualifications to qualify for Cook County’s Class 7 incentive.

    Board of Trustees: Cook Co. tax incentives could be in play

    January 15, 2018 By Cody Mroczka, Editor News, Village
    Tinley Park officials are hopeful a tax incentive could revitalize struggling commercial areas.
  • Nathan Mattix and the Andrew competitive dance team perform their choreography Jan. 9 during the SouthWest Suburban Conference Red Division meet at Bolingbrook High School. Geoff Stellfox/22nd Century Media

    Competitive dance: Andrew wins third straight SWSC Red Division title

    January 15, 2018 By F. Amanda Tugade, Freelance Reporter Sports, High School
    It was about 7 p.m. on Jan. 10 when the Andrew High School varsity dance team arrived at Bolingbrook High School for the SouthWest Suburban Conference competition.
  • (left to right) Tinley Park Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Jackie Bobbitt chatting with Lynn Zavodny (Mokena) at the After Hours / Photos by Laurie Fanelli / 22nd Century Media

    Tinley Park, Frankfort, Mokena, & New Lenox join forces for multi-chamber event

    January 16, 2018 By Laurie Fanelli, Freelance Reporter News

    A night of networking brought the south suburban business community together to share ideas, business plans and a few laughs at Little Joe’s in Frankfort.

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