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Cancer Center’s Walk of Hope Set for Oct. 4

  The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) and local Cub Scout Pack 304 invite families in the Homewood-Flossmoor area to register for Scouting from 7 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 17. Registration sessions will be open at  Millennium, Churchill and Willow schools.  Everyone who registers will receive a free[Read More…]

Bed, Bath & Beyond won’t reconsider decision to close

35 calls: Traffic Stop (16), Found Property (1), Suspicious Subject (2), Burglar Alarm (3), Assist Fire Dept. (3), Child Endangerment (1), Traffic Accident with Damage (1), Disabled Vehicle (2), Parking Problem (2), Lockout (1), Solicitor Complaint (1), Traffic Hazard (1), Theft (1) Traffic Stop (16) 12:02 a.m., 18600 Halsted St.[Read More…]

Chronicle Print Adventure Party

Auxiliary Bishop Joseph Perry, left, officially installed theRev. Robert Kyfes, right, as the new pastor ofSt. Joseph Parish in Homewood on Saturday.(Photo by Marilyn Thomas/HF Chronicle) Auxilliary Bishop Joseph N. Perry, vicar for Vicariate VI in the Archdiocese of Chicago, officially installed the Rev. Robert Kyfes as the 7th pastor of[Read More…]

Walt’s parking lots gets new surface

Vivien Haggerty came to the Homewood Farmers Market dressed for the wet weather, including a pair of rubber boots that were obviously designed to facilitate jumping in puddles.  So she did. (Photos by Eric Crump/HF Chronicle) The wet weather made for a slow day at the market, according to Market[Read More…]

Helping mom at the market

Falling temperatures, a soaking rain early Saturday and a damp forecast conspired to scuttle this year’s Flossmoor Fest. Village officials said the safety of the community was the main concern when organizers made the decision.  Organizers began notifying festival participants about mid-morning, and at 11:20 a.m. they sent an email[Read More…]

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