Oak Park top 5 headlines: News of the week

Missed your local news this week? Don’t worry, we’ve got a roundup of the top 5 Oak Park Oak Leaves stories of the week:

1. Oak Park doctor who traded drugs for sex on Craigslist get 70 months in prison

Joshua Baron as he leaves court after being sentenced to 70 months. Tuesday, August 5, 2014 | Brian Jackson/Sun-Times

Joshua Baron as he leaves court after being sentenced to 70 months. Tuesday, August 5, 2014 | Brian Jackson/Sun-Times

2. Lively Running in Oak Park offers new shop in Hemingway District

Kate Pezalla, co-owner of Lively Running, places merchandise July 30 in the shop, at 109 N. Oak Park Ave. in Oak Park. The women's athletic wear store opened July 19. | Caitlin Mullen/For Sun-Times Media

Kate Pezalla, co-owner of Lively Running, places merchandise July 30 in the shop, at 109 N. Oak Park Ave. in Oak Park. The women’s athletic wear store opened July 19. | Caitlin Mullen/For Sun-Times Media

3. Man robs Oak Park bank, hops into car with getaway driver

Surveillance photo of the suspect who robbed a bank Monday afternoon in Oak Park. | Photo from FBI

Surveillance photo of the suspect who robbed a bank Monday afternoon in Oak Park. | Photo from FBI

4. Urban Markets plans to acquire Oak Park’s Pan’s Food Center

Pan's Food Center at 824 S. Oak Park Ave. | Sun-Times Media File

Pan’s Food Center at 824 S. Oak Park Ave. | Sun-Times Media File

5. Oak Park’s Micro Brew and Food Review hits seventh year

Wil Turner, Goose Island Brew Pub Head Brewer, pours a Special Ordinary Bitter beer at the 2nd Annual Oak Park Microbrew Review on Marion Street. | Sun-Times Media File Photo

Wil Turner, Goose Island Brew Pub Head Brewer, pours a Special Ordinary Bitter beer at the 2nd Annual Oak Park Microbrew Review on Marion Street. | Sun-Times Media File Photo

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