Week in Review: Attack at Pleasure Lake, Sex Offender Awareness & School Choice for Palos Parents
Before you get too involved in the new week, why not catch up on the big headlines you might have missed?
Monday, Sept. 24
A Cook County judge found probable cause for the arrest of three women accused of stealing money from Carl Sandburg High School's cashier's office on Sept. 5.
The restaurant, sports bar and entertainment complex held its grand opening Saturday in Orland Park.
Tuesday, Sept. 25
Beloved pastor emeritus Fr. Goedert layed in state at St. Germaine Church from 3 to 9 p.m. Monday. A funeral Mass was planned for Tuesday at 10:30 a.m.
Whether you love Spiderman, X-men or Batman, be sure to geek out with your favorite comics on this holiday.
Wednesday, Sept. 26
No charges will be filed against a chicken thief who took more than a dozen animals from The Children's Farm in Palos Park.
Police reports, Sept. 8 & 15.
Thursday, Sept. 27
Police are warning residents about an attack and attempted robbery near Pleasure Lake.
A 28-year-old student from South Korea enrolled at the Palos Hills community college was critically injured in a crash last week.
Friday, Sept. 28
A plan meant to balance out enrollment among District 230 high school has irked some parents.
Take a look at this interactive map of registered sex offenders living in the Palos area.