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Turning 2! Dr. Nancy Cutforth, of Homer Glen, wants to wish her granddaughter a wonderful birthday. Matilda will be 2 on April 21. Matilda likes books, “Bubble Guppies” and Charlie Brown. She especially likes to play with her brother and sister, Matthew and Lily. “Gee ma” loves you very much!
Max Lapthorne

Providence is confident that the Judge will object to opponents’ bats this spring.

If that happens, you can probably count on the Celtics having another excellent season.

Now that All-Stater Amanda Wilson — the program’s all-time strikeouts leader — has taken her game to Florida Atlantic University, sophomore Kendal Judge (8-3, 2 saves, 75.1 IP, 111 strikeouts) inherits the role of staff ace.

Lauren Finkler

Life is full of transitions and advancements. We know this to be true, and these updates and changes in the world around us tend to happen in a way that feels gradual yet exponential at the same time.

As we look back on years gone by, and really think about the rapid advancement of technology and everything else, it is staggering to think where
we may be in a few decades.

Brittany Kapa

Our lives are filled with minutes ticking by, calendar pages being turned, appointments being scheduled, bells ringing to signal the end of the school day. We experience rhythm and ritual in everyday happenings, shock as unexpected events occur in our lives, joy as laughter fills the air after a funny situation happens. Our lives are filled with a myriad of experiences. The Bible says that “for everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven…” in the third chapter of the book of Ecclesiastes.

Max Lapthorne

HOMER GLEN

Mullets Sports Bar and Restaurant

(14903 S. Bell Road, Homer Glen; (708) 645-7000)

7 p.m. Wednesdays: Trivia

LOCKPORT

The Outpost Pub & Grill

Erin Redmond
Art Cwudzinski has been through a few seasons as Lockport Township girls bowling coach. This is his 18th, in fact. He’s won a couple of state championships in that time and brought home four state trophies, including the past three years in a row.
Thomas Czaja

Christ Community Church

(13400 Bell Road, Lemont)

Winter Family Fest

6:30-8:30 p.m. Jan. 15. The event will include jumpies, make your own sundaes, bean bags, games and a treasure hunt.

Sunday Worship 

9:30 a.m. Sundays. Worship is casual.  

Max Lapthorne

St. Bernard Parish

(13030 W. 143rd St., Homer Glen)

Weekday Worship

9:30 a.m. weekdays. Communion Service on Thursdays.

Weekend Worship

4:30 p.m. Saturdays. 8:30 a.m., 10 a.m., and 11:30 a.m. every Sunday.

Cross of Glory Lutheran Church

Erin Redmond
This time of year means the start of the bulk of 5Ks and other races people can run or walk in throughout the warmer months. This week’s News Cover Story on Page 3 features the Lockport Township High School Foundation’s seventh annual 5K Run/Walk, an event to raise money for the school that saw its biggest crowd yet. Hundreds of joggers and walkers lined up early on a Sunday morning and ran around the perimeter of the school.
Max Lapthorne

FROM THE FRANKFORT STATION

Frankfort Fire builds apartment for safety education

Dave Mosier caulked the top edge of living room windowpane, as a wood panel was hitched in through the front door. After little more than a day, construction of the one-bedroom flat was almost complete, minus a bathtub, furniture and clean paint job.

The fact that it would not need plumbing, electricity or a roof sped things up. 

Erin Redmond

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