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Homer Glen was named a 2015 Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation in honor of its commitment to effective urban forest management.
Max Lapthorne
The homeowners enjoy the tranquil and picturesque setting Hidden Valley provides. The convenient location, minutes to expressways, has also been very beneficial. What: A well-maintained ranch home with a nice open floor plan on a beautiful, private and wooded setting!
Erin Redmond
The Bobbie Noonan’s Facebook competition, which took place last week, is an annual friendly competition among its eight Illinois and four Florida locations.
Jacquelyn Schlabach
St. Bernard Parish (13030 W. 143rd St., Homer Glen) Rosary on the Hill Noon, Saturday, Oct. 14, 143rd Street under the big cross. Pubic Square Rosary rallies are conducted across America.
Brittany Kapa

Homer Glen residents can dispose of unwanted holiday lights through the Will County Green program.

Will County offers 13 free permanent dropoff locations for unwanted holiday lights and electronics.

Residents can also call for a front door collection pickup for $25. Front door collections can be scheduled from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday.

Max Lapthorne
Next season could be a special one for the Lockport Township girls soccer team. The team finished this year with a 14-7-2 (5-1) record — good for second place in the SouthWest Suburban Conference Blue Division — and there was only one senior on the roster.
Max Lapthorne
When Taft school parent Patty Colella met Limestone Stage Director Andrea Vaughn, a friendship over children and drama was born.
Jacquelyn Schlabach
Homer Glen is turning 15 years old. The Village of Homer Glen is seeking professional and amateur photos that capture the spirit of the community. Photos can reflect the past, present or future of Homer Glen.
Max Lapthorne
Zoey is a spayed female orange tabby who is sweet and pretty. She is good with children and other cats. She sits patiently waiting for that special someone to come along and adopt her.
Max Lapthorne
The Lockport Township High School District 205 Board of Education spent the majority of its July 17 meeting talking finances, hearing a presentation on the district’s five-year financial projections and voting to approve the tentative budget for the 2017-2018 school year.
Thomas Czaja