Park Forest residents were shocked a few weeks ago to read about a house on Huron Street discovered in deplorable condition.
Author: John Hudzik
The Park Forest Public Library celebrates Black History Month with a book giveaway and a special edition of Black Jeopardy.
This empty parking lot behind Rich East had been totally filled with pallets of plastic foam. (Photo John Hudzik) Park Forest, IL-(ENEWSPF)- It took almost three months, but it appears that the parking lots of the former Rich East High School are finally free of the warehouse building supplies that[Read More…]
Residents can redirect some of the trash from the winter holiday season to recycling programs around the Village of Park Forest.
After two months of using parking lots of the former Rich East High School a storage area some of the materials are finally being removed.
The Park Forest Public Library is starting 2023 with programs in January to help patrons with their physical, mental, and financial health.
Has the property of Rich East High School, the former flagship school of District 227, been relegated to a storage lot?
eNews Park Forest has received the response from Rich Township High School District 227 to its Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.
The Park Forest Veterans Day celebration included a program in Freedom Hall followed by a Huey helicopter landing in Central Park.
Patrons can pick out a new book during the library’s Jolabokaflod celebration. (Image PFPL) Park Forest, IL-(ENEWSPF)- Once again, the Park Forest Public Library is celebrating the Icelandic Christmas book-giving tradition called Jolabokaflod. Patrons can register then stop in to pick out a new book from the available selection of[Read More…]