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Tinley Park

Tinley Park
The village in Cook and Will counties has grown to more than 58,000, with a 10 percent population jump between 2000 and 2005. New roads, shopping centers, schools and homes are seemingly always under construction. Read more about Tinley Park, IL..

Find community news and events at TribLocal Tinley Park.
The village in Cook and Will counties has grown to more than 58,000, with a 10 percent population jump between 2000 and 2005. New roads, shopping centers, schools and homes are seemingly always under construction. Read more about Tinley Park, IL..

Find community news and events at TribLocal Tinley Park.
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  • Tinley Park amending gambling license fee

    Tinley Park amending gambling license fee
    Tinley Park officials are in the process of amending the village's video gambling license to prorate the $1,000 fee for latecomers despite a trustee's opposition. Mayor Ed Zabrocki presented the proposal during a May 13 meeting of the Joint Finance...
  • Pit bull owner fined over vet attack

    Pit bull owner fined over vet attack
    Buddy the pit bull's owner was fined $250 during an administrative hearing in Tinley Park over a dog attack in February that Cook County officials described as a "blood bath." Tinley Park police ticketed Furever Rescue owner Shannon Smith after Buddy bit...
  • Former teacher faces second sex assault charge

    Former teacher faces second sex assault charge
    A former Tinley Park High School teacher was again arrested and charged with criminal sexual assault and accused of having sex with a female student, Orland Park police said Thursday. Orland Park police arrested Ryan Dolan, 29, of Tinley Park, on...
  • Controversial Cook County forest preserve buy is largest in 45 years

    Controversial Cook County forest preserve buy is largest in 45 years
    As drivers top the crest of Algonquin Road in Barrington Hills, they’re treated to a rare sight in the Chicago area: a sweeping vista of horses grazing on rolling hills, groves of trees lining the horizon. The verdant expanse of land that makes up...
  • Some Illinois doctors billing Medicare top rate

     Some Illinois doctors billing Medicare top rate
    A Melrose Park pain specialist charged Medicare the highest rate allowed for more than 80 percent of her established patients' office visits in 2012, government records show. That same year, a Chicago Heights internist classified every single patient...
  • Niles police 10th in Special Olympics fundraising

    Niles police 10th in Special Olympics fundraising
    It may not be gold in Sochi Games, but the Niles Police Department is celebrating a top-10 finish in Special Olympics fundraising. The near northwest suburban police department ranked 10th in fundraising for the 2013 Illinois Law Enforcement Torch Run,...
  • Police reports: Pizza eatery burglarized, stolen iPad, DUI

    Police reports: Pizza eatery burglarized, stolen iPad, DUI
    The following items were taken from New Lenox police reports: An unspecified amount of cash was stolen during an April 17 burglary at a pizza restaurant on the 800 block of Laraway Road. Two checks issued to New Lenox Currency Exchange were discovered...
  • New zoning designed to lift business park

    New zoning designed to lift business park
    Tinley Park officials are considering loosening zoning restrictions in the Duvan Drive Business Park in an attempt to breathe new life into the 40-acre light-industrial development near the village's center. The changes, if approved, would eliminate the...
  • Tinley Park officials urge water pipeline approval

    Tinley Park officials urge water pipeline approval
    Tinley Park officials are asking Cook County's Forest Preserve District to approve a land use licensing application for a proposed water pipeline running through its property that would serve nearly a dozen south suburbs. The pipeline is necessary to...
  • Moraine Valley's fitness center attracts a crowd

     Moraine Valley's fitness center attracts a crowd
    When Moraine Valley Community College in Palos Hills opened its new 113,000-square-foot, $35 million Health, Fitness and Recreation Center, 84-year-old Don Aulwurm was waiting at 5:30 a.m. to be the first user. He and many others followed during the...
  • Nine Inch Nails, Soundgarden Announce Joint Tour

    '90s grunge is alive and well. Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden have announced a summer co-headlining tour, including support from Death Grips on most dates. It comes at a fitting time, as the 20th anniversary for both NIN's "The Downward Spiral" and...