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TLC Animal Shelter

13016 W. 151st St.

Homer Glen, IL 60491

Carson is a 5-year-old red merle chihuahua. He would be better for a family with older children since he was not raised with toddlers. He his housebroken, loves to cuddle up in your arms and weighs about eight pounds. To see more of him, visit or go to the Tender Loving Care Facebook page. You can stop by the shelter to see him. You may also call for more information at (708) 301-1594.

Max Lapthorne
Ah, the postseason. It’s a beautiful thing. As I traversed the aisles of my local supermarket the other day, stocking up on the essentials for Sunday’s big game, I couldn’t help but wonder what those athletes are feeling? What is it like to work so hard for something and finally achieve it?
Erin Redmond
After not winning a match in nearly two weeks, both the Lincoln-Way East and Providence boys volleyball teams were looking to get the winning feeling back. Plus, Providence coach Kyle Klaver was making his first head coaching appearance in the gym he used to play in.
Erin Redmond
Just the mention of it made Claire Paciga squirm. “Oh yeah, it was awful,” the Providence senior said.
Erin Redmond
As veterans from World War II and other conflicts die, the stories of what they have encountered also often are lost. To counter this, some veterans and others have taken a variety of measures to preserve history. One such measure is collecting memorabilia and presenting it at shows where the public can learn about each piece of history.
Max Lapthorne
Lynette Mertens grew up in the kitchen — or rather, four kitchens.
Erin Redmond
A little over 20 years ago, TLC Animal Shelter in Homer Glen received a stray dog named Bertha from animal control.
Jacquelyn Schlabach

Cross of Glory Lutheran Church (14719 W. 163rd St., Homer Glen)

Community Blood Drive

3-7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 1.

Cereal Food Drive

The church is collecting boxes of cereal for the local food pantry. Drop off donations at the church. The church is also accepting non-perishable food items. 

Worship Service

Jacquelyn Schlabach
Determination and patience have paid off for Hadley Middle School students and staff. The Hadley Student Council officially opened the school’s Reading Gazebo Nov. 28 with a ribbon cutting ceremony. It took nearly four years to complete.
Erin Redmond
St. Bernard Parish (13030 W. 143rd St., Homer Glen) Defending Religious Liberty
Kirsten Onsgard