Oak Forest residents Lin Fuller and Noël Paden were in their 20s when they met at the now defunct Sound Warehouse, where they both worked, in the mid-1980s. Twenty-six years later they are the co-owners of Maid in the Shade which they started in 1988, using $500 to invest in vacuum cleaners and some mops.
Passerby on West T.C. Jester may have noticed the work going on in the lot across from the Oak Forest Post Office. Herman Ramos with Ramos Utility Works confirms that they have been doing the preparation work for a new development. The development will be a 36 unit townhome community and the responsible entity is 3675 West T.C. Jester Townhomes LLC.
New townhomes coming to TC Jester Passerby on West T.C. Jester may have noticed the work going on in the lot across from the Oak Forest Post Office. Herman Ramos with Ramos Utility Works confirms that they have been doing the preparation work for a new development. The development will be a 36 unit townhome […]
By Jacob Milwee I love the holidays. We celebrate Christmas in my home, and I have the privilege of watching my two young boys experience it each year. Magic is still very real to them, and my childhood memories of that very magic are so much crisper and clearer for watching them. Decorations, food, carols, […]
When Oak Forest resident Lisa Fegen was trying to find quality summer activities on a teacher’s budget for her then middle-school age son, she came up short. Then, the light bulb went off. “I said ‘I’ll put on my cape. I will change this’,” Fegen said. A long time science teacher at Lanier Middle School, […]
Syben and Kathryn van der Pol are looking to make this coming weekend one to remember, as the pair celebrates the 10th anniversary of their purchase of the Adolf Hoepfl & Son Garage back in 2004. The full-service auto repair shop will be serving barbecue 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday and Saturday and will […]
When Candlelight Plaza residents Margo and Chris Balat opened Chris’ Alterations and Dry Cleaning 35 years ago, they knew it would still be in business today.
Motorists on Ella Blvd. have taken a keen interest in the activity at 3510 Ella Blvd
Red’s Bar in Garden Oaks is officially no more. The property at 833 Wakefield Dr. near St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church and across the street from the Dutchman bar, had been a watering hole for almost 30 years.