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Black Panthers documentary by H-F grad airing on Channel 11

Renovations at Flossmoor Public Library have brought a number of improvements for patrons, including opening up space where newspaper displays used to be.(Photos by Tom Houlihan/HF Chronicle) Flossmoor Public Library staffers, looking for ways to improve the 10-year-old facility, put their heads together and came up with a plan. Recently completed renovations[Read More…]

Tech Ninjas win award for ‘explosive strike’

Garrett Gruberman shows his daughter, Lola, howto keep rhythm.     For her research project,  Sani Zinnerman portrayed  tennis star Venus Williams.  Sani shared the biography  of the outstanding athlete who  has won four Grand Slam titles.  (Photos by Marilyn Thomas/  HF Chronicle) The third and fourth graders at Homewood’s Churchill[Read More…]

Homewood PTA sets referendum meeting for Tuesday

  Paige Dague of Homewood   started baking pies less   than five years ago, but she   mastered the craft quickly.   She has won top honors   with her pies   at the Illinois  State Fair the  past two years.   (Photos by Eric Crump/  HF Chronicle) Paige Dague’s third pie saved her from Cleveland. The educator and long-time Homewood resident went into[Read More…]

Artists’ ‘Memory’ exhibit opens in Prairie State’s art gallery on Feb. 8

  Commuters exit a Metra   train at Flossmoor station  Wednesday afternoon.   Trains locally experienced   some delays but fared better   than the South Shore line   in Northwest Indiana, which    had to suspend service for   some time Wednesday.   (Photos by Eric Crump/  HF Chronicle) Homewood and Flossmoor police were busy Wednesday afternoon helping motorists involved in mishaps caused by wind-whipped[Read More…]

Your Heart Deserves More

The snowstorm Feb. 24 was not the worst we’ve seen, but in terms of this mild winter, it was the best we could do. Forecasters called it a blizzard because strong winds and heavy, wet snow made visibility low at times during the afternoon and evening, causing some havoc for motorists[Read More…]

Advocate South Suburban – Your Heart Deserves More

Homewood resident Maxamillian Morales has accepted an appointment to the United States Military Academy at West Point after he graduates May 29 from Homewood-Flossmoor High School.   Maxamillian  Morales Morales, 17, son of Karen and Carlos Morales, was nominated for the appointment by U.S. Rep. Robin Kelly (D-Ill.). “Max is representative[Read More…]

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