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Roundup: What happened this week in Oak Park?

CTA Green Line. File photo.
CTA Green Line. File photo.

A roundup of what you might have missed this week in Oak Park.

Dominick's to close Chicago-area stores

Safeway Inc., which operates 72 Dominick’s stores in the Chicago area, will be exiting the market by early 2014, the company announced Thursday. Read more...

Oak Park store sells winning Lucky Day Lotto ticket

True Discount Food Mart sold a winning Lucky Day Lotto drawing ticket, which has yet to be claimed. Read more...

Man injured on CTA Green Line tracks

A man was injured when he fell on the Green Line tracks in Austin on Thursday morning on the West Side. Read more...

Abu-Taleb: Lake and Forest developer ditched us on wedding night

About 50 Oak Park residents gathered for a forum Tuesday hosted by Village President Anan Abu-Taleb and Trustee Adam Salzman to voice opinions on a course of action for the development being run by Sertus Capital Partners. Read more...

 

SPORTS

OPRF's Cobbs finds home with family of Fenwick's Spillane

OPRF receiver Simmie Cobbs is welcomed with open arms into the full house of Fenwick running back Mike Spillane. Read more...

Watch Live: OPRF v. Lyons Township

Watch OPRF take on Lyons Township here live Saturday via High School Cube. Watch...

Watch Live: Fenwick v. Providence Catholic

Watch Fenwick take on Providence Catholic here live Saturday via High School Cube. Watch...

 

WHAT TO WATCH FOR

10 Things to do this weekend in Oak Park

This weekend enjoy events celebrating fall, Halloween, music and more in our top 10 picks of things to do around Oak Park. Read more...

Running in the Chicago Marathon? Share your stories and photos with us

Are you running in the Chicago Marathon this weekend? We'd love to hear how your run went. Send your stories and photos to rosie.powers@wrapports.com. Read more...

Pioneer's Scary Stories contest ends this Monday!

Time is running out! The Pioneer Press is accepting entries for the annual Scary Story Contest for children in the third, fourth and fifth grades. Read more details...

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