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Ford Interceptor vehicles purchased for Flossmoor’s police, public works

Flossmoor Village Board members Tuesday approved the purchase of three Ford Interceptor utility vehicles for two municipal departments. Two of the vehicles will be police cars and the third will be used by Flossmoor’s Public Works Department. All three vehicles will be purchased through the Suburban Purchasing Cooperative (SPC) and[Read More…]

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Flossmoor prohibits parking on street near Western Avenue School

Parking will be not be allowed on a street near Western Avenue School that has turned into a traffic bottleneck, especially during student drop-off and pick-up schedules. Flossmoor Village Board members Monday unanimously voted to completely remove on-street parking from Vardon Lane between Western Avenue and Gardner Road.

Golf and brews event canceled

The Homewood-Flossmoor Park District has canceled its Fore & Pour event set for Saturday, Sept. 10. Although staff worked hard to put everything in place, the decision was made Tuesday to cancel. “We just didn’t get the response we needed,” Debbie Kopas, parks executive director, told commissioners at the Committee[Read More…]

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Sept. 10 Flossmoor Fest offers full day of family fun

Flossmoor Fest returns Sept. 10 with a full day of activities for all ages. This year’s festival — located on Sterling Avenue in downtown Flossmoor and at Flossmoor Park — again features food, music, games for the kids and a great chance for friends and neighbors to get together.

Improvements at racquet club will keep building cool and dry

The Homewood-Flossmoor Park District is making certain the H-F Racquet  & Fitness Club will be cool and dry for guests. Park commissioners approved two contracts for major improvements at the 44-year-old racquet club, 2920 W. 183rd St. in Homewood, that will improve the heating and air conditioning system and the[Read More…]

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