Top 10 headlines: Oak Park news of the week

Another week is coming to an end, but the news never sleeps. In case you missed your local news this week, we’ve got your top Oak Leaves headlines for Oak Park.

1. Police: Oak Park man suspected in Matteson shooting committed suicide

Sun-Times Media stock image

Sun-Times Media stock image

2. Oak Park’s Gallery Pink explores ‘Hot Sensibilities’ of Chicago group

“Boxed In” by Chicago artist Peter Gray will be included in Gallery Pink’s current exhibit. | Photo courtesy of the artist.

3. Oak Park Hephzibah Children’s Association helps foster families grow

Hephzibah Children's Association is located at 946 North Boulevard in Oak Park.

Hephzibah Children’s Association is located at 946 North Boulevard in Oak Park.

4. Football: Oak Park’s Nile Sykes leaves Notre Dame, heads to Hoosiers

Montini's Nile Sykes eagerly skips over the goal line to score a touchdown against Joliet Catholic. | Patrick Gleason/For Sun-Times Media

Montini’s Nile Sykes eagerly skips over the goal line to score a touchdown against Joliet Catholic. | Patrick Gleason/For Sun-Times Media

5. River Forest police aid in arrests of large shoplifting operation sting

A large scale fencing operation was being conducted in this shop in the 3700 block of W. Chicago Ave., police said. | Submitted

A large scale fencing operation was being conducted in this shop in the 3700 block of W. Chicago Ave., police said. | Submitted

6. Frank Lloyd Wright gas station featured Buffalo, NY Piece-Arrow Museum

A Frank Lloyd Wright Gas Station is featured at the Piece-Arrow Museum in Buffalo, NY. | Courtesy Pierce-Arrow Facebook

A Frank Lloyd Wright Gas Station is featured at the Piece-Arrow Museum in Buffalo, NY. | Courtesy Pierce-Arrow Facebook

7. Top Oak Park bars, according to Yelp 

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File photo

8. Oak Park crime briefs: Resident finds unknown man in living room

Oak Park police car | Sun-Times Media File

Oak Park police car | Sun-Times Media File

9. Oak Park on the march brings folks from every corner of town 

Alicia Malloy marches in the parade for the Oak Park Art League. The Village of Oak Park hosted it's annual 4th of July parade on July 4, 2014. | Geoff Scheerer/Sun-Times Media

Alicia Malloy marches in the parade for the Oak Park Art League. The Village of Oak Park hosted it’s annual 4th of July parade on July 4, 2014. | Geoff Scheerer/Sun-Times Media

10. Lake & Forest garage update: How Aug. 4 closure impacts parking 

The Lake & Forest Garage will close Aug. 4, paving the way for the development project. | Courtesy Village of Oak Park

The Lake & Forest Garage will close Aug. 4, paving the way for the development project. | Courtesy Village of Oak Park

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