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Brad T. Harders, 38, of Genoa, died at 2:01 p.m. Monday, Jan. 4, after obtaining a head injury during an industrial accident at Homer Tree Service, 14000 Archer Ave. in Lockport, according to Lockport police and the Will County Coroner’s Office.
Nathan McKenna is a boy that has been described by his parents as having a big smile, a bigger heart and a zest for life.
He is musically-inclined and likes to play Rock Band, with the drums nestled never far out of reach at their Homer Glen home. He also loves spending time with his family, including nearly 50 cousins.
Why are we stalling Woodbine action?
What is the deal between the former owners of Woodbine and Homer Glen Village trustees George Yukich and Margaret Sabo?
Although Eagle Rock Community Church has shut its doors for good, there will still be church services held in the building at 14367 W. 159th St., as Parkview Christian Church purchased the property.
Eagle Rock began discussing revamping its ministry’s direction over the summer, but once the end of August came around, the church’s attention shifted to its finances, according to the Rev. Aaron Solomon-Mills, Eagle Rock senior pastor.
He’s back at it again.
Homer Glen resident Robert Szajkovics was the winner of The Horizon’s Holiday House Decorating Contest in 2013 — and for good reason. In 2014, his synchronized light display has continued to flourish, with five more songs and a variety of new decorative aspects.
The show — which takes place at 14635 Saddle Brook Lane in Homer Glen — runs from 5:30-10 p.m. during the week and from 5:30-10:30 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
Mark Fisch attended Lockport Township High School the same time future major league baseball player and Cubs radio analyst Ron Coomer transferred in from St. Rita.
“I still see him, and I like to bust his chops and say, ‘You’re the reason I never made the varsity baseball squad,’” Fisch said. “I tell him, ‘I had a spot, and you bumped me out of it.’ But it was great for him to go on and have his dream career.
“Fortunately, like Ron Coomer, I was able to have my dream career, too.”
One time, because he felt like it, Bryan Sord built an entire 8,000-square foot restaurant from scratch in just 93 days.
For an encore, he remodeled half of his Orland Park eatery – 94 West – in a blistering week and a half.
No, this is not a man to be trifled with.
“I don’t [mess] around,” Sord said. “We redid the floors and everything. I’m pretty good.”
Newly elected Village officials had their cake and ate it too at a special board meeting called on April 29, when Mayor George Yukich, Trustee Beth Rodgers, Trustee Carlo Caprio and Village Clerk Ann Holtz were all sworn in to their new posts.
Christina Neitzke-Troike, the other newly elected trustee, was not sworn in at the meeting because she wanted to wait until her last meeting as trustee with Homer Township, which will be May 11, according to Yukich. She will be sworn in at the Village Board meeting on May 13.