Mark Spence of Lawn-Tech suggests getting out a hard-toothed rake to remove matted leaves and dead grass from your lawn.
Some 100 spectators gathered to watch 80 Andrew High School students and staff members brave the cold in the annual Thunder Plunge March 9 to benefit Special Olympics Illinois to the tune of $22,000.
Investing time and energy in lawn and garden care now not only ensures a beautiful yard in the summer and fall but it also helps minimize the work needed to keep your yard healthy.
A developer has purchased the last needed parcel to begin work on the long-awaited Harmony Square plaza entertainment area in downtown Tinley Park.
A late-game 3-point shot propels Century Junior High's eighth-grade boys to the Southwest Interscholastic Conference championship.
Tinley Park’s Tom Doyle won the village's Turkey Trot in November and claimed the Runnng o' the Green in March, leaving him one race victory away from a Tinley trifecta.
Despite the cold and snow on race day, 190 runners finished the Tinley-Park Park District Runnin o' the Green 8K March 12 on the grounds of the Bettenhausen Recreation Center.
The eight grade boys at Centyut Junior High in Tinley Park sealed the Southwest Interscholastic Conference basketball championship March 11 with a last second 3-pointer. Here are moments from that tourney along with the girls volleyball championships:
Tinley Park’s Larry Yott had it all figured out. He planned to spend 20 years with the Palos Heights Police and turn to carpentry. He just retired after 50 years on the force.
Andrew girls bowlers put up some big scores to take fourth place in state tournament.
The Tinley Park Village Board has voted 5-1 to give residents a break and eliminate vehicle stickers, a practice that has been going on for more than 50 years.
Providence High School will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of Title IX and the 50th anniversary of girls sports at the New Lenox school with a free Female Athlete Reunion Feb. 28.
In his first two years as congressman for the 6th District, Sean Casten found hosting town hall meetings to be valuable in reaching and learning from his constituents.
Jayson Polad, head coach of Lincoln-Way East cheerleading, introduces the school's seventh state championship routine.
Lincoln-Way East, Andrew and Providence strut their stuff at the IHSA competitive dance championships.
Jerling Junior High School in Orland Park hosted its 13th annual International Fest Feb. 3. The festival, which draws more than 500 guests, celebrates the diversity of the area through food, entertainment and traditions.
Lincoln-Way East cheerleaders posted the highest score in in-person competition to win the state title — the school's seventh — Feb. 4 in Bloomington. Lincoln-Way West and Central and Sandburg also finished in the top 5.
The dance team from Providence Catholic High School finished sixth in the Illinois Class 2A competitive dance competition Jan. 27-28 in Bloomington, and Andrew finished seventh in Class 3A. Lincoln-Way East finished twelfth in Class 3A.
January was a month of milestones for coaches and players throughout the Southland.
Lincoln-Way East was double trouble during the holidays to close out 2022.
The bad news for Prairie View Middle School eighth grade girls basketball coach Jeff Mahy is that he won’t be coaching Aaliyah Flores any more.
The Lincoln-Way East girls claimed the title in the Sandburg Holiday Classic while the boys came up winners in the Downstate Effingham/Teutopolis Christmas Classic.
It's the most wonderful time of the year, and what goes best with comfort and joy? Holiday florals from centerpieces and gifts to accents and décor.
Tinley Park resident and Lincoln-Way East grad gets plenty of family support as she's making her mark on St. Xavier volleyball.
Tinley Park native Ismail Taher did not exactly think that TikTok was for him when he first heard about it.