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Dr. Nancy Cutforth, of Homer Glen, would like to wish her two oldest grandchildren a great year. Lily turned 12 in July and had a party with family and friends. Matthew turned 9 in September and had a bowling party. Both enjoyed vacationing in Iceland and Greenland this past summer. Love you both lots, Grandma

Brittany Kapa

Publisher 22nd Century Media will help spread holiday cheer to several nonprofit organizations this season with its Cheers to Charity events.

For the sixth year in a row, the Orland Park Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery has agreed to partner with parent company of The Homer Horizon to raise funds and collect food for the Orland Township Food Pantry, as well as collect new toys for Orland Park-based Toy Box Connection.

Max Lapthorne
The Homer Township Chamber of Commerce is helping co-host a town hall meeting on the budget impasse 5:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 26, at the Chicago Southland Chamber Offices at St. Xavier University, 18230 Orland Parkway in Orland Park. This event will bring together diverse stakeholders, including small business owners, nonprofits, universities and area residents to discuss how the political stalemate in Springfield has affected their communities.
Max Lapthorne
The Will County Board voted Oct. 19 to lower the tax rate on the county portion of residents’ tax bills for the third year in a row.
Thomas Czaja
I completed, just for the fun of it, an online IQ test the other day. I felt confident I had done pretty well.
Erin Redmond
If you cook it, they will come. And they’ll pay $40 per person to feast for two-and-a-half hours – or until the food runs out or they can’t possibly eat anymore without experiencing gastronomic distress.
Erin Redmond
This past year has been one of transition, reflection and great pride for Homer CCSD 33C.
Jacquelyn Schlabach
In both the civil sphere and in some areas of the church during this month of May, there is a certain homage given to womanhood. Mother’s Day occurs in May. Some churches speak of the month of May as the “month of Mary,” referring to the mother of Jesus Christ. Many women receive marriage proposals during May, and many marriages occur in May.
Erin Redmond
The Lockport Township High School athletic department has announced the following recipients of the Porter Pride award for the spring 2016 season.
Max Lapthorne

Lockport, Homer Glen delivers food to Creekside Cares, First Baptist Church of Lockport’s Angel Food Ministry

Max Lapthorne

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