• The Godfather ($7.49) at Submarina in Tinley Park features ham, prosciutto, capocolla, salami, pepperoni and provolone cheese. Michael Gilbert/22nd Century Media

    Submarina looks to become fixture in Tinley Park

    February 4, 2016 By Michael Gilbert, Contributing Editor Life & Arts, Dining Out

    Tinley Park appears more than willing to welcome with open arms a California-based sub sandwich franchise that previously had no ties to the Midwest.

  • Colin Majewski of New Lenox (left) plays bowling as volunteer Lynn Clark of Frankfort cheers him on Jan. 24 during the Winter on the Green Winter Sports event.

    Village, Lions Club host event with new interactive stations

    February 4, 2016 By Amanda Del Buono, Staff Writer Life & Arts

    Many families determined to withstand the weather headed out on Jan.

  • Friends get together for a picture during the 2014’s Super Bowl golf outing. Photo submitted

    Three decades of tradition, Bears fandom

    February 4, 2016 By James Sanchez, Assistant Editor Life & Arts

    Thirty years ago, when Mike Holley asked his then-neighbor Alan Heath to play golf in the frigid cold before the Chicago Bears faced off against the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XX

  • Former Lincoln-Way Community High School District 210 board president Kevin Molloy (right) submitted his resignation Jan. 27 to the Board of Education, two weeks after the resignation of former board member Christopher McFadden. 22nd Century Media File Photo

    Board, district push forward after pair of resignations

    February 4, 2016 By Meredith Dobes, Contributing Editor News, School

    Following one cancelled board meeting because of failure to post notice and two board members’ resignations, the Thursday, Jan.

  • A view of Community Gardens at Brookside Bayou, a facility of the Frankfort Square Park District. Photo submitted

    Plots available at Brookside Bayou’s Community Gardens

    January 25, 2016 By James Sanchez, Assistant Editor News

    Flowers, vegetables and fruits have been blooming all through Brookside Bayou & Community Gardens Park since its inception in 2011.