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Flossmoor residents are banding together to help south suburban neighbors in need during the 2015 MLK Day of Service on Jan. 19. (Image courtesy of MLK Day of Service and the Village ofFlossmoor) The village’s Human Relations Commission is spearheading the day’s events, which will benefit three area social service organizations – the[Read More…]

Police Reports: Dec. 9, 2014

A rendering of the revised exterior design for a proposed building at 17725 Halsted St.(Image courtesy of the Villageof Homewood and Shiner Group) Homewood trustees approved a Halsted Street planned-unit development Tuesday, Dec. 23, after the developer returned with revisions to the building design. The building at 17725 Halsted St. will house Sleepy’s,[Read More…]

Sleepy’s building gets the nod from Homewood trustees

Homewood trustees approved a Halsted Street planned-unit development Tuesday, Dec. 23, after the developer returned with revisions to the building design. The building at 17725 Halsted St. will house Sleepy’s, a bedding business, and a food establishment to be determined. The site was formerly the home of Arby’s Restaurant. The PUD[Read More…]

Police Reports: Dec. 8, 2014

53 calls: Traffic Stop (38), Burglar Alarm (2), Assist Fire Dept. (2), Traffic Accident with Damage (2), Domestic Disturbance (2), Customer/Management Dispute (1), Civil Matter (1), Disabled Vehicle (1), Citizen Assist (2), Medical Alert Alarm (1), Check Well Being (1) Traffic Stop (38) 12:01 a.m., 18400 Halsted St. 12:24 a.m.,[Read More…]

Two businesses set for winter openings in downtown Homewood

50 calls: Traffic Stop (20), Suspicious Subject (3), Traffic Accident with Damage (1), Assist Fire Dept. (5), Assist Other Agency (1), Burglar Alarm (3), Lockout (3), Check Well Being (3), Unwanted Subject (1), Lost Property (1), Customer/Management Dispute (1), Domestic Battery (1), Cannabis Possession (1), Sex Offender Registration (1), Citizen[Read More…]

Homewood man faces attempted murder charge after stabbing at store

From left, Terrence Simmonsand Iesha Bass-Simmons showHomewood trustees samplesof art created by patrons of Paintertaining, a party and artservice they hope to open in downtown Homewood earlyin February. (Photo by QuinnCrump/The Chronicle) Two downtown Homewood spots currently used for seasonal pop-up shops are poised to host permanent businesses. One new business got the green[Read More…]

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