March 23, 2018By Amanda Stoll, Assistant Editor Life & Arts
The name Woggly Square comes from a saying that John Newton’s 12-year-old autistic son Matt has. Though they aren’t sure what it actually means, it means something to them.
Steve Harrison, a native of Tinley Park, won a collegiate cornhole tournament that was broadcast on ESPN in December, and there are people urging the University of Florida junior to turn pro. PHOTO SUBMITTED
This wasn’t about partisan politics. This wasn’t about skipping class. It wasn’t a demand to administrators or legislators and there would be no tolerance for any rogue stunts or differentiations from the strict ground rules set for, and by, students.
Up from three last year, the Tinley Park Irish Parade featured four south suburban bagpipe and drum bands. PHOTOS BY LAURIE FANELLI / 22ND CENTURY MEDIA
March 20, 2018By Laurie Fanelli, Freelance ReporterLife & Arts
Tinley Park Chamber of Commerce, Tinley Park Bulldogs, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, VFW Post 2791, McGonigle Dental Associates, PAWS of Tinley Park and many more groups were all featured in the festivities handing out candy, beads and toys to excited children along the route.
On March 13, the Village of Tinley Park Committee of the Whole met regarding an annexation request on behalf of Leonard McEnery, Lenny’s Food N Fuel Harlem Avenue, LLC for his 4.87 acre property located at 19240 S. Harlem Avenue. VILLAGE OF TINLEY PARK IMAGE
Megan has been a member of the Providence Catholic high honor roll all semesters and is a member of the National Honor Society. She is an Illinois State Scholar and received numerous academic subject awards from the school including Algebra 1 Honors, Physics Honors, English 3 Honors and the Villanova Book Award.
Days before a national walkout from schools planned by students across the country, to take place on the one-month anniversary (March 14) of a shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, that claimed 17 lives, we learned administrators were communicating with students in at least one of the district’s three high schools regarding their plans.