52 calls: Traffic Stop (27), Assist Fire Dept. (7), Suspicious Subject (1), Burglar Alarm (4), Parking Problem (1), Found Property (1), Lockout (3), Verify Alarm Work (1), Traffic Accident with Damage (1), Retail Theft (2), Disturbance (2), Hit & Run (1), Suspicious Circumstances (1) Traffic Stop (27) 12:11 a.m., Ridge Rd.[Read More…]
55 calls: Traffic Stop (32), Burglar Alarm (5), Hit & Run (1), Suspicious Subject (2), Traffic Signal Out (1), Disturbance (1), Assist Fire Dept. (3), Juvenile Problem (1), Medical Alert Alarm (1), Stray Animal (1), Assist Other Agency (1), Panic Alarm (1), Domestic Disturbance (1), Customer/Management Dispute (1), Traffic Accident[Read More…]
57 calls: Traffic Stop (32), Criminal Damage to Property (3), Hangup (2), Burglar Alarm (4), Parking Problem (1), Assist Fire Dept. (4), Found Property (1), Stray Animal (1), Check Well Being (1), Disabled Vehicle (1), Suspicious Subject (2), Traffic Accident with Damage (1), Suspicious Circumstances (2), Lockout (1), Assist Other[Read More…]
Homewood last week re-upped its bid to bring a casino to the south suburbs, but time may be running out on the village’s two-year-old gaming proposal. The Village Board last Tuesday approved an extension of Homewood’s agreement with East Hazel Crest to make 26 acres near Interstate 80/294 and Halsted[Read More…]
The Homewood Public Works Department was the star of the Tuesday, Nov. 11, Board of Trustees meeting, with a staff member honored for service to the village and kudos from the board for keeping costs low on two big projects. Brian Long, left, receives con-gratulations for his 20 yearsof service[Read More…]
While the 2014 School Report Card shows Homewood-Flossmoor High School on par with schools across the state, the state-mandated data doesn’t tell the full story of what goes on at H-F, says Jodi Bryant, Director of Human Resources and Public Relations. Faculty and administrators typically use numerous indicators over four[Read More…]
The Little Free Library in Homewood’s Patriot Park was vandalized for the second time in a little more than than a month, according to Homewood Library Director Amy Crump. Crump discovered Sunday, Nov. 16, that the wooden box holding books had been knocked from its post, damaging the supports and[Read More…]
(Photo by Marilyn Thomas/The Chronicle) B. Hartley, a member of the Homewood Woman’s Club, was at Walt’s Food Center on Saturday, Nov. 15, collecting food for distribution through Respond Now. The drive, organized by Homewood Woman’s Club member Jan Lutz, is one of several projects the group undertook this year.
Symba the cat is missing, according to a sign posted on a telephone pole at the intersection of Loomis Ave. and Olive Rd. The cat is described as a brown tabby, and the owner can be reached at 708-206-1386.
The Village of Homewood Board of Trustees marked the retirement of long-time staff Public Works Department staff member Robert LaChapelle at its meeting Tuesday, Oct. 28. LaChapelle started with Homewood Public Works in June 1979 as a maintenance worker in the landscape maintenance division, according to Public Works Director John[Read More…]