• Members of the Caridi family, of Orland Park — (left to right) Bob, Kris and Adam — take in the fireworks display July 4, 2017, at Centennial Park in Orland Park. 22nd Century Media File Photos

    Publisher 22CM looks at 50 ways to enjoy the season with 2018 Summer Fun Guide

    May 17, 2018 By Staff Report News
    As the weather gets warmer, school is let out for the summer and families are starting to plan upcoming vacations. Summer is finally here, and with a multitude of fun events waiting to be explored, it is time to enjoy what the southwest suburbs have to offer.
  • John Vincent (right) asks Homer Jr. High student A.J. Ficek (far left) a question May 9 during Vincent’s presentation about bullying at the school. Photos by Max Lapthorne/22nd Century Media

    Cubs national anthem singer visits 33C, speaks on bullying

    May 15, 2018 By Jacquelyn Schlabach, Assistant Editor News
    “If you can’t be kind, don’t be anything,” John Vincent told a crowd of seventh- and eighth-graders at Homer Jr. High.
  • Kevin B. Carter was arrested and charged with one felony count of criminal defacement of property for the damage to the 116-year-old railroad station in New Lenox. The railroad depot is scheduled to be moved to Konow's Corn Maze in Homer Glen next month.

    UPDATE: Additional details in Metra station graffiti arrest, LiUNA Local 5 responds

    May 14, 2018 By James Sanchez, Contributing Editor News, Breaking
    A 38-year-old New Lenox man was arrested Monday, May 14, for vandalizing the New Lenox Metra station near the intersection of Lincoln Highway and Church Street.
  • Associates of Keller Williams Preferred Realty re-edge the grounds of Shady Oaks Camp Thursday, May 10, in Homer Glen. Photos by Jacquelyn Schlabach/22nd Century Media

    Local Keller Williams employees volunteer at Shady Oaks

    May 15, 2018 By Jacquelyn Schlabach, Assistant Editor Life & Arts
    For over 135 associates at Keller Williams Preferred Realty, Thursday, May 10, was all about getting into the community and making a difference.
  • Lockport’s Jack Randall is the team’s No. 1 singles player and is hoping for a top finish at state after finishing fifth there last season as a junior. 22nd Century Media File Photos

    Boys Tennis: Porters’ Randall on brink of history in boys tennis

    May 15, 2018 By Erin Redmond, Freelance Reporter Sports, High School
    For Jack Randall, it was love at first swing.