Oak Park top news of the week: Five stories you may have missed

You may have missed your local news this week or you may just want a refresher. We’ve rounded up five Oak Leaves stories that you may have missed this week:

1. Oak Park’s Marion Street Grille closing Aug. 9 after 19 years

Terry Thulis poses in front of his Marion Street Grille in 2013. He announced this week that the restaurant will close after 19 years. | File

Terry Thulis poses in front of his Marion Street Grille in 2013. He announced this week that the restaurant will close after 19 years. | File

2. Sugar Beet Co-op hosts Edible Garden Tour

A chicken named Sally eats a cucumber in the backyard of 815 South Wesley in Oak Park during Saturday's Edible Garden Tour 2014 presented by The Sugar Beet. | Jeff Krage/For Sun-Times Media

A chicken named Sally eats a cucumber in the backyard of 815 South Wesley in Oak Park during Saturday’s Edible Garden Tour 2014 presented by The Sugar Beet. | Jeff Krage/For Sun-Times Media

3. Galewood North Avenue Starbucks closing for renovations

The Galewood Starbucks at 7112A W. North Ave. in Chicago is set to close for renovations in mid-August. Starbucks officials would not say how long it would be closed for.  |  David Pollard/Sun-Times Media

The Galewood Starbucks at 7112A W. North Ave. in Chicago is set to close for renovations in mid-August. Starbucks officials would not say how long it would be closed for. | David Pollard/Sun-Times Media

4. Man traveling to Oak Park arrested after ‘bizarre’ and ‘irrational’ encounters with juveniles

Brian C. Hahn / photo from Riverside police

Brian C. Hahn / photo from Riverside police

5. Police: Attempted Oak Park child abduction charged filed against man

Damian Skoczylas, 21 | Oak Park police photo

Damian Skoczylas, 21 | Oak Park police photo

 

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