Homewood residents have until noon Saturday, April 1, to get orders in for half-price trees through the village’s TreeShare Program.
Author: Chronicle staff
Six students have qualified to represent Homewood-Flossmoor High School at the DECA International Career Development Conference in California.
Homewood-Flossmoor High School graduates Jade Greear and Destiny Watson will be two of three young adults featured in a Lifetime television program “Change Makers” airing at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, March 28.
The McDowell Brothers, Carlton and Peyton, were named Most Talented Teens in the 2017 Chicago Music Award contest on Saturday, March 18. Their debut recording, “A Tribute to Inspiration,” was released last year.
Area residents have until March 26 to help two local businesses raise money for lymphoma research. The program, called “Round It Up,” gives customers of Family Video and Marco’s Pizza, both at 2010 183rd St. in Homewood, a chance to round up their purchase amount to the nearest dollar, donating[Read More…]
Early voting began Monday, March 20, in Cook County. The early voting period will end April 3, the day before the consolidated election, according to the Cook County Clerk’s website. South suburban early voting sites in the Homewood-Flossmoor area include: Matteson Community Center, 20642 Matteson Ave., Matteson. Open 9 a.m. to[Read More…]
Law enforcement agencies are looking for a man who robbed the TCF Bank in Homewood on Tuesday afternoon. According to BanditTrackerChicago.com, the man entered the bank, at 17830 Halsted St., and displayed a weapon. The robbery took place at 2:27 p.m.
Foundation 153, a volunteer group helping to fund programs in Homewood School District 153, is hosting its 12th annual Spring for Homewood Schools Gala benefit on April 8. The program at Idlewild Country Club, 19200 Dixie Highway in Flossmoor, begins at 6 p.m. with a cocktail reception featuring a[Read More…]
Of the 65 candidates running for local elections in Homewood-Flossmoor next month, at least 36 are professionals with advanced degrees. Among those whose names will be on the ballot on April 4, nine are attorneys, three are college professors and three are engineers. Others work in law enforcement, finance and[Read More…]
Six candidates are running for three six-year terms on the Prairie State Community College District 515 Board of Trustees: Christopher J. Baikauskas, Brunetta Hill-Corley, Marc A. Wiley, Jay Readey, Andre Lewis and Camiella D. Williams. One candidate is running for a single two-year term: John N. Stanfa.