• Tinley Park freshman Kasey Brennan, pictured in a game this summer, began her high school career Monday, Aug. 25, with six kills and 11 digs as the Titans’ were victorious in their opener.

    Titans start season on high note

    September 2, 2014 By Randy Whalen, Staff Writer Sports, High School

    The Tinley Park girls volleyball took a step to make this season a special one.

    By winning its opener.

  • Donna Bradley cuts Charlie Lew’s hair at Mr. Ted’s Barber Shop on Friday, Aug. 28. Bradley recently purchased the shop on Aug. 1.

    Local barber shop gets woman’s touch

    September 2, 2014 By Erik Schmidt, Assistant Editor Life & Arts

    Donna Bradley has been cutting men’s hair for 33 years, yet most people give her sideways glances when spins around her barber chair and shakes out her barber cloth with emphatic pizazz, like a mag

  • Tinley Park Health and Consumer Protection Officer Robert Zamzow (right) is pictured with Tinley Park Mayor Ed Zabrocki (center) and Isabella’s co-owner Carlos Guzman at a Village Board meeting this past March. Zamzow retired Friday, Aug. 29, after 31 years with Tinley Park.

    Tinley honors retiring health protection officer

    September 2, 2014 By Michael Gilbert, Editor News

    One of Tinley Park’s longest tenured employees was given a special send-off on his final day with the Village.

  • Andrew students Kelly Levigne (left to right), Madison Palucki and Emily Evans walk out to the football field Friday, Aug. 22, with buckets of ice water as the school gets set for its Ice Bucket Challenge.

    Tinley Park schools take the challenge

    September 2, 2014 By Erik Schmidt, Assistant Editor News

    It makes a certain amount of sense that Andrew High School principal Bob Nolting didn’t actually know who had nominated him for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, because while the social media sensatio

  • Tinley Park resident Al Newton plays the banjo Sunday, Aug. 17, during the Old Settlers Day Fair at Landmark Church.

    Fair replicates life in Tinley in the late 1800s

    August 22, 2014 By Felicitas Cortez, Staff Writer Life & Arts

    The Tinley Park Historical Society decided to use new approach in teaching residents the rich history of their town — by living it. 

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