Company notes about grand openings, hires, promotions, awards and recognitions in the Chicago suburbs.
When Najda Hadi-St. John, 11, made her first trip to mother Samina Hadi-Tabassum’s native India in 2013, she noticed a glaring absence of something she took for granted: books.
Sept. 1 9:52 a.m. |
If you look carefully at the walls of the Buzz Café, there’s a little bit of Hollywood. How it got to the Oak Park Arts District cafe is a bit of mystery, or was, until recently.
From the Community
Sept. 1 9:33 a.m. |
Robert K. Elder
An editorial in the May 5 edition of Forbes Magazine titled “Is Vladimir Putin another Adolf Hitler?” by Paul Johnson draws parallels between Putin’s virtual annexation of the Crimea and Hitler’s annexation of Austria, and points out that most former Soviet republics remain dependent on Russia for cheap energy.
Illinois Governor Pat Quinn announced that he'll be living on a minimum wage budget this week, estimated from a $8.25 an hour salary.
Sept. 1 6:30 a.m. |
Aggrego News Service
Mark Stephens, chairman of Triton College’s Board of Trustees, was thankful for the good weather as they dedicated a new sundial and cut a decadent cake.
Sept. 1 6:20 a.m. |
A volunteer organization sponsored by Triton College is seeking more volunteers with service on their minds.
Sept. 1 6:15 a.m. |
The following incidents were listed among the official reports of the Oak Park Police Department. Readers are reminded that an arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt.
Renovations at the much-anticipated Pete’s Fresh Market in Oak Park have officially begun, and a representative for the grocery store said the company expects to open in early spring next year.
Aug. 31 11:25 a.m. |
A man walked into the Circle K gas station on the 400 block of Madison Street and approached the cashier. The man pointed a handgun at the employee.