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Police Reports: Jan. 7, 2015

Winter can be hard on small shops.  Homewood lost one Saturday, Jan. 17, as Tessa’s Dollhouse ended a three-year run at 18046 Martin Ave.  Tessa’s Dollhouse onwerAnthony Rotkovich bags itemsfor a customer on the last day of the shop’s run on Martin Avenue in Homewood.(Photo by Eric Crump/TheChronicle) The shop, billed as[Read More…]

Police Reports: Jan. 6, 2015

If you think the first week of the year was cold, the January Homewood-Flossmoor Science Pub presentation might add a bit of welcome perspective. Max Berkelhammer of the University of Illinois at Chicago will present “Where air and ice meet; Greenland ice sheet surface processes” at 8 pm. Tuesday, Jan.[Read More…]

Police Reports: Jan. 4, 2015

(Image courtesy of MLK Day of Service and theVillage of Flossmoor) For anyone who is off work Jan. 19 — the federal Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday — the only question is which service project to pick. Flossmoor is offering several options for its first-ever MLK Day of Service, a chance for residents to spend[Read More…]

Homewood honors Sline for 20 years service

33 calls: Traffic Stop (15), Assist Fire Dept. (3), Cannabis Possession (1), Suspicious Circumstances (1), Medical Alert Alarm (1), Stray Animal (4), Suspicious Subject (1), Unwanted Subject (1), Lockout (1), Check Well Being (1), Burglar Alarm (2), Domestic Disturbance (1), Juvenile Problem (1) Traffic Stop (15) 8:14 a.m., 18300 Governors[Read More…]

Homewood trustees move to buy former restaurant on Dixie Highway

Storytellers on the program for Homewood Storiesfirst anniversary show are, clockwise from top left,Greg Weiss, Paul Teodo, Valentine Soposky, Mike Welshand Homewood Stories founder Karen O’Donnell. (Photos provided except Paul Teodo and Karen O’Donnellby Eric Crump/The Chronicle) Three Homewood storytellers will be featured Tuesday, Jan. 20, in the one-year anniversary Homewood Stories show.[Read More…]

H-F gets ‘A’ ranking in online survey

The Village of Homewood honored Sgt. Craig Sline Tuesday, Jan. 13, for 20 years of service to the village.  Sgt. Craig Sline acknowledgesapplause after being honoredby the Village of Homewoodfor 20 years service to the police department. TrusteesRay Robertson and AnneColton look on. (Photo byEric Crump/The Chronicle) Police Chief Lawrence Burnson[Read More…]

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