The ballots are set for the April 4 election giving voters a chance to select representatives for village government, school boards, the Homewood-Flossmoor Park Board and two library boards.
Incumbents on the Homewood and Flossmoor village boards will face challengers.
In Homewood, board members Jay Heiferman, Chenise “Cece” Belue and Julie Willis filed for four-year terms, and incumbent Lisa Purcell opted for a two-year term. They filed as members of the Greater Homewood Party. They are being challenged by Anne Colton, a former board member, running as an independent for a four . . .