Jul 28, 2014

In the Rear View: Police Ride Along and Superintendent Survey

We look back at a week of contraceptive coverage, pizza picks, blizzard memories, motion backtracks, cameras in court and Super Bowl snacks.

In the Rear View: Police Ride Along and Superintendent Survey


Patch spent a night riding with an Orland Park police officer for a firsthand view of a night on local patrol.

The decision is being heralded for its transparency, but will it come at a cost to individual rights?


Nicholas Sord's defense attorney will soon ask a judge for time to independently review DNA samples to provide his side of the crash that killed Jessica Mejia.

Part two of Patch’s ride along with an Orland Park police officer working a night shift.


While visiting Cardinal Joseph Bernardin Catholic School Monday, Congressman Dan Lipinski praised Catholic schools’ role in education, while voicing displeasure with the health care bill requirement.

While we look back at Orland Park Patch’s coverage of the Snowmageddon 2011, share your own stories, photos and videos.


An electronic survey is now available for school district parents and residents to offer feedback on what they want in a head administrator.

The Pizza Playoffs are upon us. Pick the best Slinger of Slices to represent Orland Park in battle against our neighboring towns.


If signed into law, this the state representative's new legislation would allow cases that have been dismissed to be expunged from the accused person's record.


Without the Bears, Sunday’s game is simply an excuse for time spent with friends and for snacking. Tell us your best game treats in the comments.

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