Ma in Street Nights returns to Downtown Park Forest on June 14, 2023. The popular summer draw runs each Wednesday through August 2.
Life and Living
April Brings Gardening Tips, Virtual Talks, and Autism Awareness to the Park Forest Library
Park Forest, IL-(ENEWSPF)- As April brings warmth, the Park Forest Public Library offers two events – one in-person and one virtual – to help patrons with their gardening efforts. On Saturday, April 8 at 1 p.m., the library will present Container Garden Secrets. The program covers how to purchase the[Read More…]
Electric Aggregation and Community Solar Options Explained
Park Forest, IL-(ENEWSPF)- As reported in eNews Park Forest previously, Park Forest residents have several options available to them when it comes to electric aggregation, how their electricity is generated, and the price they will pay. The choices are a little confusing, so the information here hopefully provides some insight.[Read More…]
Tips to Keep Pets Safe During Coyote Mating Season
Cook County’s Department of Animal and Rabies Control (ARC) reminds residents that coyote mating and whelping season lasts through May.
A Little Good News About the Rich East Warehouse Storage?
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.
Library Offers Several Self-Help Programs in January … And a Little Bit of Fun
The Park Forest Public Library is starting 2023 with programs in January to help patrons with their physical, mental, and financial health.
Rep. Robin Kelly Votes to Pass the ‘Respect For Marriage Act’
Washington, D.C.-(ENEWSPF)- Rep. Robin L. Kelly (IL-02) voted to pass the ‘Respect for Marriage Act,’ codifying the rights of same-sex couples to marry into federal law. The legislation now goes to President Biden’s desk for signature. After a series of decisions by the Supreme Court to roll back fundamental rights,[Read More…]
Assistance from Attorney General’s Office Sought to Resolve Rich East Storage Questions
Has the property of Rich East High School, the former flagship school of District 227, been relegated to a storage lot?
RTHS Mighty Marching Machine Scores Wins in Recent Competitions
Rich Township, IL-(ENEWSPF)- The Rich Township High School District 227 Marching Band, known as the Mighty Marching Machine, under the direction of Phil Crews had recent wins at the Chicago Classic Battle of Bands and the 2022 Oblong Spooktacular Band Festival. On October 1, 2022, the marching band performed at[Read More…]
More Material Arrives at Former Rich East Site; FOIA Response Pending
As reported by eNews Park Forest last week, the former Rich East High School parking lot is apparently being used as a storage lot.