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Good morning, Oak Park and River Forest! Let’s get to today’s digest of the latest local news.
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Now, today’s weather: Partly sunny. High: 77 Low: 56.
Here are the top 3 stories in Oak Park-River Forest today:
1. Three cars were broken into late Sunday night, Oak Park police report. Attempted thefts were reported in the first block of Thomas Street, 700 block of North Taylor and 800 block of North Humphrey. Estimated damage ranges from $280 to $1,250. (OPPD)
2. Forest Park students held an event last week to honor a late teacher. “Walk a K for Mr. K” was held June 1 in memory of physical education teacher Marian Kosciarz, who died in January on a diving trip in Florida. (Review)
3. Al Rossell was named Realtor of the Year by Oak Park Area Board of Realtors earlier this year, the Wednesday Journal reports. The Oak Park native has been working in the village for more than 50 years. (Wednesday Journal)
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Georgi Presecky

About me: Georgi is a Chicago-based newsletter writer and partner content curator. She spent five years on the entertainment beat for FF2 Media covering film festivals across the U.S. Her feature articles have been recognized with awards from the Illinois Women’s Press Association and National Federation of Press Women. As editor-in-chief of the Lewis University newspaper, she and her staff earned honors from the Associated Collegiate Press and American Scholastic Press Associations. She began working for Patch in 2019.
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