Feds: Bank Robber Nabbed After Dropping Paperwork With His Name On It Authorities tracked down a man who robbed a south suburban bank earlier this month after he dropped his cell phone and paperwork containing his name and home address as he ran away from a security guard who fired a gun at him, according to federal prosecutors.
Evergreen Park Mourning Death Of Firefighter Dan CapuanoDan Capuano was a part-time firefighter in Evergreen Park for more than 16 years - and he is being remembered there today.
Authorities: Guard Shoots At Man Wanted For Four Bank Robberies A security guard at a bank in south suburban Evergreen Park fired shots Friday at a robber fleeing his fourth successful heist in five tries since September, authorities said.
Demolition Begins For Pioneering Shopping Mall Evergreen PlazaAfter 63 years, Evergreen Plaza is meeting the wrecking ball.
Cook County Sheriff’s Deputy’s Son Charged In ShootingAnton Davis, 22, was brought into police custody by his mother, who was contacted by officers with the Chicago Police Fugitive Apprehension Unit, authorities said.
Evergreen Park Closes Dog Park Over Canine Flu ConcernsHappy Bark Dog Park at 91st and California in Evergreen Park will be a no-bark zone for at least a week or two.
Bomb Squad Removes 50 Pounds Of Explosives Found In Evergreen Park HouseAuthorities said an elderly man was moving out of his home near 98th and Hamlin on Wendesday, and a caretaker called police after finding 50 pounds of explosives under the stairs in the basement.
Snackville Junction Closing After 60 Years Of Serving Up Meals By Train The end of the line is sadly near for a south suburban restaurant that has charmed children and adults for years.
Oak Lawn Village Board Hears Complaints About New 911 SystemOak Lawn’s emergency dispatchers handle calls for several communities, including Evergreen Park. The center was privatized this year in a cost-cutting move and many of the dispatchers lost their jobs.
St. Bernadette Among Catholic Schools Slated To CloseTwo more Chicago-area Catholic Schools - in Evergreen Park and Midlothian - have been told by the Archdiocese they'll be closing at the end of the current school year, reports WBBM's Mike Krauser.
Suburban Woman Faces Immigration Charges For Israel Bombing A suburban Chicago woman of Palestinian descent was arrested Tuesday on immigration charges for allegedly lying about her conviction for a deadly bombing in Israel in 1969.
Former Sun-Times Photographer Returns To True Calling: Firefighting“I am a fireman who takes pictures,” said Scott Stewart, who worked for the Chicago Sun-Times for 28 years before management laid off nearly the entire photography staff four months ago.