Mayor Joseph A. Woods gave an address for Veterans Day in Park Forest: celebrate freedom with enthusiasm of liberty.
Commentary By Gary KopycinskiEditor & Publisher – ENEWSPF The property tax blame game has started again. I have heard the arguments begin to foment again. The song of the blame game is the same. Blame village staff for the small business base in Park Forest. We are not business-friendly, right?[Read More…]
Su’ad Abdul Khabeer, University of Michigan I was 9 years old when Eric B. and Rakim’s “Paid in Full” dropped. I have vivid memories of the bass-laden track booming out of car stereos and hearing it on Black radio, like Kiss FM’s top eight at 8 p.m. countdown. On the[Read More…]
Farmers invest in their fields year-round for a great crop each fall. In Springfield, we take seriously our duty to thank them.
We are keeping that promise to work across the aisle to pursue clean energy legislation in Illinois, specifically, nuclear energy.
We write today to emphasize the importance of smart gun control, beginning with a ban nationwide of assault-style weapons.
A recent eNewsPF article raised concerns about how high property taxes in Park Forest likely will be for next year.
As a group rooted in technology, we are fascinated by the possibilities and drawbacks of Artificial Intelligence, AI.
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 were stored there. The only remnant of the storage is a single forklift parked behind the school, presumably waiting[Read More…]
Park Forest Trustee Joseph A. Woods has announced that he will be a candidate for Mayor in the April municipal election.