Thursday, January 10, 2013
The Summit Hill School Board talked about how best to keep Summit Hill students safe in the wake of recent incidents in the area.
Updated: 3:46 a.m. Thursday Check out Wednesday's live blog for a play-by-play recap of the meeting. --- The Summit Hill School District Board of Education will meet at 7 p.m on Jan. 9 at the district administration office board room. The board will discuss developments in technology and software, the destruction of closed session recordings, a state local debt recovery program and the rental status of Mary Drew Elementary School. As always, Patch will live blog the meeting. Readers are welcome to share opinions and questions in the feed above. Get news alerts and Facebook updates from these Lincoln-Way Patch sites:
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
South suburban Patch editors published updates and photos from their communities throughout the day Tuesday. Read the transcript to see what went down at polling precincts across the Southland.
Editor's Note: The following is the live blog that ran Tuesday, Nov. 6. You can read the transcript for a look at the updates and photos from Patch editors. Beginning at 10 a.m., Patch will be live-blogging what's happening as voters cast their ballots in the south suburbs, from precincts to parties. At Patch, Election Day isn't just about waiting for results to roll in. Your local editors will be updating this blog throughout the day, posting photos and stories from Southland polling places. Of course, when the polls close at 7 p.m., editors will be monitoring the vote tallies for all the races that matter most to you. The live-blog is also where you can share your thoughts and experiences on Election Day. Tell us what voter turnout is …
Thursday, October 25, 2012
Follow along with Patch as the board discusses School Improvement Plans and a tentative tax levy.
The Summit Hill School District 161 board will meet at 7 p.m. on Oct. 24 at Hilda Walker School at 19900 S. 80th Avenue. Patch will live blog the meeting. Readers are invited to follow along and join the stream with questions or comments as the meeting proceeds. The board will discuss building security and video surveillance cameras, the School Improvement Plans for the school and the district and a tentative tax levy. To view the Oct. 24 meeting agenda, click here. To view the district budget, click here. Two Ways to Stay Connected to Frankfort Patch:
Thursday, October 11, 2012
Talk with Patch editors during Thursday's debate in a live online chat from a watch party at Gaelic Park. Who's helping his running mate the most? What topics do they need to address? Share your thoughts and questions while you watch.
Join Patch and the Bremen Township Republican Organization from 7:30 to 10 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 11, at Chicago Gaelic Park in Oak Forest for a vice presidential debate viewing party. You will have the chance to share your views on how the candidates' remarks addressed the issues you care about. Even if you can't make the party, you can follow along with our live online chat of the debate between Joe Biden and Paul Ryan. All you need to is click on the Cover It Live box in this article to share you thoughts and talk with other readers about what the candidates are saying. WHEN IT ALL STARTS Debate: 8 p.m. Live chat: 7:30 p.m. The Bremen Township Republican Organization will be holding an open meeting before the debate, which airs at 8 p.m. …
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Share your views on the debate in real time in Patch's Debate Live Blog. Or come to one of Patch's debate viewing parties. The blog starts at 8 p.m.
Looking to find some community while watching the presidential debate tonight? We're here to help. Patch will be live-blogging the first debate, which starts at 8 p.m. Wednesday night, and we're hosting debate viewing parties throughout the Chicago suburbs. Tune in online and share your reactions to the debate on our live blog, or join us in person at a viewing party. The parties are being held at: The 90-minute debate features six 15-minute segments on domestic policy topics selected by the moderator, Jim Lehrer. There will be three segments on the economy, a discussion on health care, and a segment on the role of government and governing. Lehrer says the subjects could change based on news developments. WGN will be on hand with a camera…
Thursday, August 16, 2012
Although it will be reopening at a yet-to-be-revealed location, Enrico's Italian Dining closed the doors of its current location Wednesday. Read the live blog from the event, check out the photo gallery and find out who won the gift baskets.
As 11 p.m. approached, Harry D'Ercole requested the handful of remaining customers and the staff—past and present—to gather in the lounge of his restaurant, Enrico's Italian Dining, on Wednesday, Aug. 15. A steady crowd of diners kept the restaurant filled and kept D'Ercole floating from table to table to visit with loyal diners and friends. He didn't work the room like a restaurateur trying to ensure repeat business. Instead, he glided through this building that's been sizable part of his life since 1974 like the host of a family dinner party, making sure everyone was enjoying themselves. And the feeling was mutual. Whether "regulars" to Enrico's, neighbors or school friends, the people who ate for the last time at the restaurant's …
Thursday, August 9, 2012
Read the live blog transcript from Wednesday night's meeting of the Summit Hill school district board for the details
At Wednesday's meeting, he Summit Hill School District 161 board discussed class sizes and listened to the concerns from parents about district busing changes that will only provide transportation for students who do not live in designated walking areas. Read the transcript from Wednesday's meeting, which also includes a discussion of the state's new Common Core curriculum standards. Originally published Aug. 8. After a bit of a summer vacation, the live blog of the Summit Hill School District 161 board meetings is back, beginning Wednesday, Aug. 8, at the meeting at the Summit Hill district offices. But the blog you've followed in the past will be a bit different for the time being. Patch is trying out a new live-blogging platform that …