Author: Alan Edrinn

“The New IQ,” Wins Two Book Awards in Two Weeks

Del Mar, CA (PRWEB) June 10, 2008 — Finally… integrity is not only admirable but award-winning. A critically-acclaimed book that provides a practical blueprint for everyday people and world leaders to boost their integrity intelligence has recently received two awards. "The New IQ: How Integrity Intelligence Serves You, Your Relationships[Read More…]

NIU Still Healing Following Cole Hall Shootings

Alan Edrinn is a reporter for The Northern Star, and a summer 2007 intern reporter for eNews Park Forest.(PHOTO SUPPLIED) Editor’s Note: Alan Edrinn served as an intern reporter for eNews Park Forest during the summer of 2007. He serves as the City reporter for The Norther Star, Northern Illinois[Read More…]

Chicago Public Schools to Use Tabula Digita’s Algebra Software

Captivating video game learning supports core content while making Algebra fun NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–To meet the growing demand for stimulating, yet curriculum-rich activities in its after-school programs, Chicago Public Schools will offer Tabula Digita’s DimensionM™ for Pre-Algebra and Algebra educational video games in four of its after-school program locations. This[Read More…]

1950s Museum Grand Opening February 2nd

The classroom on the second floor of the 1950s PF House Museum. (Photo: ENEWSPF) Park Forest, IL–(ENEWSPF)– The 1950s Park Forest House Museum, at 141 Forest Blvd., will celebrate its Grand Opening on Saturday, February 2, with an Open House from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Forest Boulevard School[Read More…]

Juveniles Tasered in Attempted Burglary

Park Forest, IL–(ENEWSPF)– Two juveniles were tasered by police during an attempted burglary on the morning of Dec. 17. At 10:14 a.m. Dec. 17, Park Forest Police were called to the 10-20 block of McGarity for a burglary in progress. Police made a perimeter around the house while other officers[Read More…]

PSC Board Accepts Dr. McCarthy’s Resignation

Chicago Heights, IL–(ENEWSPF)– The Prairie State College Board of Trustees approved the resignation of College President Paul McCarthy Tuesday evening. After several board members expressed regret for McCarthy leaving, the board unanimously approved the resignation. “With deep regret, I move we accept your resignation from our school,” said board member[Read More…]


One Library, One Book Kick-Off

A library patron follows along at the Park Forest Public Library’s program "One Library, One Book". (Photo: Wendy Heise) Park Forest, IL–(ENEWSPF)– Park Forest Public Library’s program "One Library, One Book" began Tuesday, September 11 with Miranda Joebgen transporting the 40 plus audience members from the Ringering room in 2007[Read More…]


Park Forest Is Now A Little More Charmed

Park Forest, IL—(ENEWSPF)— The Field Crest Cultural Enrichment Program and Performing Arts School, located at 201 Main Street in Park Forest, will be starting their first semester of classes in Park Forest on September 8. The school, which moved from a previous location in Chicago, will offer classes on modeling,[Read More…]

Juvenile Takes Police On High Speed Chase

Park Forest, IL–(ENEWSPF)– A juvenile driver was able to elude Park Forest police last week during a high-speed chase on Monee Rd., but did not escape the long arm of the law. After officers in Park Forest called off the pursuit in the interest of public safety, the driver was[Read More…]