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Teaching Series: The Lighthouse Church of All Nations is counting down the weeks to its new sanctuary with a teaching series called "Through A Looking Glass."

 

Chicago-based Synergy Construction Group says it will spend more than $1.3 million to turn the 10,000-square-foot building at 3026 Burr Oak Ave. into its seventh Oak Street Health medical facility.

 

Golf for a Cause: Action Sertoma Club has a few spots open for Wednesday's 14th Annual Frank Oakes Memorial Golf Outing at Silver Lake Country Club, 14700 S. 82nd Ave., Orland Park.

 

Beauticians have a smorgasbord of recyclables, but how often are salons promoted as "going green"? It's never too late, and for those customers who are environmentally friendly, this may be a smart business decision to bring in additional customers.

 

Three stairs climb up to the figure of a pigtailed little girl carved in granite, one arm around a smaller boy, the other cradling a photograph of two faces.

 

Original: Joseph Letke, Franklin Park village comptroller, reads from a 2008 audit of the village after Village President Barrett Pedersen announced the village is missing $8.7 million from its accounts Published: Joseph Letke, Franklin Park village comptroller, reads from a 2008 audit of the village after Village President Barrett Pedersen ... (more)

 

Car wrecks can be costly. And now they're getting more expensive for some people who need firefighters to help them.

 

Chicago and Midlothian police have arrested a man who they say committed armed robberies of T-Mobile stores last month.

 

The following information is from the Highland Park Police Department. An arrest is not an indication of guilt.

 

Georgia Utendahl, James Ball, and Georgina Utendahl grieve nearby the scene where their family member was shot by police on Saturday near 87th and Morgan.

 

Citing "personal differences" with the village's elected officials, Chicago Ridge Fire Chief Robert Muszynski has resigned over differences about changes the village is considering for the fire department.

 
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