Willow Springs takes a historical tour

September 5, 2018 by  

A River Thru History will be putting on its Rendezvous in Willow Springs, Illinois, which almost three and a half miles away from Hickory Hills. The event is called ‘A River Thru History – The Des Plains Valley Rendezvous’.

A River Thru History is a [Read more]

Child seat safety the focus of local event

August 9, 2018 by  

Coming up five miles from Hickory Hills in Oak Lawn, Illinois is the Kids’ Identification and Safety Seat (K.I.S.S.) by the Illinois Tollway.

With its simple but [Read more]

Bridgeview to host hip-hop event to a different beat

July 25, 2018 by  

Just two miles from Hickory Hills, Illinois is an event that is all set up for poster printing and interesting graphic design. The Breaks Vol. II ft. Wu-Tang Clan in Bridgeview, Illinois is a hip-hop music festival.

The Break Music Festival made [Read more]

Toys for Tots collection underway now

November 21, 2015 by  

The popular Toys for Tots program seeks to make sure every child in Hickory Hills has a toy for Christmas, and collection of the toys is now underway at the Palos Park Police Department.

The department staff is [Read more]

Stagg High School to stage ‘Tom Sawyer’

October 15, 2015 by  

Residents of Hickory Hills, Palos Heights, and other area communities can still get tickets for ‘Tom Sawyer’, which will be presented at Stagg High School by the Spotlight Youth Theater. The production features cast members from [Read more]

Annual jamboree sees 21 bands take to the field

September 30, 2015 by  

The Amos Alonzo Stagg High School in Palos Hills hosted its yearly Marching Band Jamboree on September 12.

In total, 21 bands took part in the [Read more]

Local firefighting district wins grant

August 31, 2015 by  

According to Illinois Congressman Dan Lipinski, the North Palos Fire Protection District (NPFPD), which provides [Read more]

Illinois lawmakers plan a half-marathon—with coffee

July 17, 2015 by  

Illinois State Senator Bill Cunningham and Representative Fran Hurley are set to take part in what they are calling a “coffee half marathon”.

The two officials intend to [Read more]

Worth Park District offers entertaining classes to area residents

June 30, 2015 by  

Hickory Hills parents who are wondering how to keep youngsters entertained this summer have only to go to the nearby Worth Park District to find a number of programs suitable for youngsters.

According to a recent news item, the [Read more]

Police to raise funds for Special Olympics

May 29, 2015 by  

Police officers in Palos Park, near Hickory Hills, are holding their annual ‘Cop on Rooftop’ to help the Special Olympics.

The Palos Park officers will [Read more]

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