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From the Editor: Loss of development disability program falls on Illinois' politicians

February 15, 2018 by Cody Mroczka, Editor Opinion, From the Editor

In July of 2017 when Illinois legislators overrode an executive veto of the state’s first budget in more than two years, Governor Bruce Rauner described the spending package as a “never-ending tragic trail of tax hikes.”

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From the Editor: Lane Bryant victims deserve justice

February 1, 2018 by Cody Mroczka, Editor Opinion, From the Editor

It’s been 10 years since five lives were cruelly and senselessly ended, another severely injured, by six bullets fired from a gun in the hand of an unknown assailant.

Connie R. Woolfolk, 37, of...

From the Editor: Loss of development disability program falls on Illinois' politicians

February 15, 2018 by Cody Mroczka, Editor Opinion, From the Editor

In July of 2017 when Illinois legislators overrode an executive veto of the state’s first budget in more than two years, Governor Bruce Rauner described the spending package as a “never-ending tragic trail of tax hikes.”

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From the Sports Editor: Fare thee well, Orland and Tinley

by Tim Carroll, Sports Editor Opinion, From the Editor

For the past year and a half or so, I have been working for 22nd Century Media. On Friday, Feb. 2, my tenure as a full-time employee of 22CM came to a close. 

I started in August 2016 as the assistant editor for The...

From the Editor: Tinley Park, a community in tune with the news

by Cody Mroczka, Editor Opinion, From the Editor

Just over six years after the American Revolutionary War ended, as physical and political scars were still healing, one of our nation’s founding fathers wrote his British counselor — and ardent supporter of the United States fight for...

From the Editor: Village right to extend RFQs for TPMHC

by Cody Mroczka, Editor Opinion, From the Editor

It’s understandable the Village of Tinley Park is eager to redevelop the 280-acre campus of the former Mental Health Center that has sat abandoned since 2012.

But the Board of Trustees may have jumped the gun by...