The Oak Lawn branch of the Lions Club, an international humanitarian organization, celebrated the organization's 100th anniversary at the May 23rd Board of Trustees meeting. The Lions Club was honored with the commemoration of the Oak Lawn vehicle sticker being dedicated to it and other service organizations.
The construction of a controversial commercial memory care facility in a low density residential neighborhood has begun and neighbors report that they are being inconvenienced, despite assurances a year ago that they wouldn't be.
Last week, a man determined to relieve himself and drive home was interrupted by the police and eventually arrested.
A 36 year old black man, from Chicago, was unlucky enough to choose the Walgreen's parking lot at 4740 W. 95th Street as his toilet, according to a police report.
Two detectives were parked in the same parking lot...
Oak Lawn Police reported making various arrests, including possession of a controlled substance and for driving under the influence. The stories are true, no names have been changed and all information comes from the police department. The accused have not been convicted and are only charged based on the reports of the officers making...
Mike Carberry, formerly the Trustee of Oak Lawn's District 6, bid farewell to the Board of Trustees at Tuesday night's Board meeting, prior to being replaced by incoming Trustee Tom Phelan. Carberry's final remarks focused mostly on pension reform.
Tuesday, May 9th, 2017, marked the official start of a new term in office for five Village of Oak Lawn officials. Village President Sandra Bury, Village Clerk Jane Quinlan, and Trustees Alex Olejniczak, Terry Vorderer, and Tom Phelan each took the Oath of Office at Village Hall during the regularly scheduled Board of Trustees meeting.