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Holiday display nets $10,000 for Tinley Park charity, despite theft

Despite ... night thief, a Tinley Park man was able to increase the amount of donations collected from the public for Together We Cope. For the last few years, Dominic Kowalczyk has put a collection b... read more

Donation Box Stolen Christmas Night From Home's Holiday Display

TINLEY PARK ... each year since then. Despite the theft, he still plans to donate $10,000 to Together We Cope, which provides food, shelter, clothing and other assistance to people in crisis. Over the ... read more

Truck driver finds out he won $1million with his Powerball ticket - and is so overwhelmed he throws up

The store will receive a commission of $10,000 for selling the winning entry. There had been a long line for Powerball tickets when Hucks bought his on Wednesday morning. The new millionaire claims he ... read more

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