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At a village board meeting this month Oak Park trustees approved a measure to repave 22 alleys, or parts of alleys, in the village this summer.
Mary Poppins is about to fly again, thanks to students in the performing arts department of the Oak Park and River Forest High School.
Candidates who are planning to run for library, school, and village boards in Oak Park, Illinois, this spring will have a chance to present their view soon.
Anan Abu-Taleb, mayor of Oak Park, will be hosting a community forum this week.
Oak Park residents who want to bake small amounts and sell their products at events such as farmers markets will be able to do so, thanks in part to the efforts of Emily Belcheva.
Big band music returns to the Chicago area soon, with a harvest ballroom dance scheduled for later this month in Oak Park.
Oak Parks Animal Care League held a pet parade known as the Mutt Strut on September 10 in Oak Park.
Board members of Oak Park's Park District have made some decisions about the community center currently under consideration.
Anthony Ambrose, who has served with the Oak Park Police Department for over 30 years, has been named the village's new police chief.
Officials of Oak Park and River Forest High School are asking for comments from the public on upcoming projects that require major construction, among them long-term facilities as well as a new swimming pool. According to the Chicago Tribune, school officials say student enrollment was about 3,300, but that number is expected to increase over the next five years.
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