• Millennium Elementary School student Angelina Marsella (middle) stands with her principal Mary Jo Werbiansky (left) and school counselor Lauren Garrison after receiving a certificate for bravery and good citizenship for helping save a man on vacation. Photos submitted

    Student receives accolades for helping save man

    January 21, 2019 By Jacquelyn Schlabach, Editor News
    It was Angelina Marsella’s intuition and her bravery to speak up that played a significant role in saving the life of an elderly man while she was on vacation in Florida just a couple weeks ago.
  • Audience member Pat Johnson (left) from Tinley Park, waits for her cue as Sarah Denton, a member of Graffiti on the Fourth Wall, performs a skit at the Tinley Park Performing Arts Center on Saturday, Jan. 19 during the comedy revue,”Old Lang Signs.” Photos by Mary Compton/22nd Century Media

    Improv group performs show with cues from audience

    January 22, 2019 By Mary Compton, Freelance Reporter Life & Arts, The Arts
    Christina Halleran from Tinley Park was the typical theater mom; driving her 10-year-old son, Michael, to 12 productions hauling costumes and make-up.
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    News from Your Neighbors: Police searching for suspect after shooting that left one dead at Orland Square mall

    January 22, 2019 By Bill Jones, Managing Editor News
    Orland Park Police are looking for Jakharr Williams, 19, of 696 Madisen Lane in University Park, who they identified as their suspect in the Jan. 21 shooting death of Javon Britten, an 18-year-old from Richton Park, during an altercation at Orland Square mall.
  • Spread the love in the annual Valentine’s Day Coloring Contest

    January 17, 2019 By Bill Jones, Managing Editor Life & Arts
    We [heart] you. As much as our editorial team hates to admit it, there are some things that simply are not conveyed quite as well by words.
  • Tinley Park High School swimmers (from left), Mike Alberto, James Ochea, Andrew Alacron and Nick Psaltakis gather after setting an Eisenhower High School pool record in the 200 yard medley relay on Jan. 8. JEFF VORVA/22ND CENTURY MEDIA

    Relay teams give Titan swimmers reason to think about state

    January 16, 2019 By Jeff Vorva, Sports Editor Sports, High School
    Veteran Tinley Park boys swimming coach Robert Westberg said that only three swimmers in the South Suburban Conference have qualified for the Illinois High School Association boys state swimming meet in the past eight seasons.

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