H-F grad’s plans take a detour — to Broadway. Kayla Robertson is performing in “Waitress.”
Author: Brittney Ermon
They can be found every day in stores and freezers in Homewood and are a common addition to dinner plates. And surprisingly, some local residents also have them in their backyards. Racheal Middleton is one of 18 Homewood residents raising chickens.
A local business in Flossmoor holding two fundraisers in August, with hopes of giving back to those in need. Doyle Designed Salon will be donating 10 percent of all hair services proceeds from Aug. 1 to 6 to the Pantry of Rich Township. The salon is also collecting canned goods[Read More…]
The H-F Ice Arena is getting new flooring in the main lobby that will increase durability, extend its lifespan and improve the center’s appearance. Homewood-Flossmoor Park District commissioners approved the expenditure July 18 that will expand the coverage of rubber tile and eliminate the area covered by carpet. The price won’t[Read More…]
A new color LED marquee will be installed on the corner of 183rd Street and Governors Highway due to the out-of-date technology of the Homewood-Flossmoor Park District’s current sign. The new sign will better advertise park programs, officials said at the July 18 park board meeting. Park commissioners approved a[Read More…]
Multiple burglaries to vehicles were reported to Flossmoor and Homewood police last weekend. According to a July 17 email alert from the Flossmoor Police Department, multiple residents awoke to find their vehicles had been entered and property stolen. There were no signs of forced entry into any vehicle; all appeared[Read More…]
Elmer “Hank” Bausch was sworn in as a Flossmoor police officer at the July 5 village board meeting.
Flossmoor officials consider the best street maintenance strategy after receiving report on street conditions.
Nearly 100 girls attended “Girls on Golf” at Marian Catholic High School July 1 for a program designed to not only teach them the fundamentals of golf but also to be leaders.
Water rates in Flossmoor will increase by about 11 cents per thousand gallons following a price hike from Chicago at the beginning of June. Village board members approved the increase at the June 19 meeting. Finance Director Scott Bordui told the board that the increase comes to 8[Read More…]