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Sandburg’s Kyle Fox didn’t head into the conference meet expecting to take home two individual championships, but that’s exactly what he did.
Thomas Czaja
The Homer Township Chamber of Commerce and Lockport Chamber of Commerce have scheduled the bi-chamber event Morning Mingle at Lockport Express Medical, 16221 W. 159th St. in Lockport.
Max Lapthorne

Homer Glen resident Annette Haak shared this photograph she took while with her church group in Louisiana helping those impacted by flooding. She said the area was “completely destroyed” and that every home had rubble at the curb. She added her church came to help clean and salvage what they could, while the men built 40 sheds for storage. 

Kirsten Onsgard

Wine lovers and art enthusiasts will bond over a fun night during a Horizon Plus free, members-only event with Art a la Carte.

The free event for Horizon Plus members is to be held at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 25, at Art a la Carte, 11209 W. 159th St. in Orland Park.

Thomas Czaja

The last time Providence started a season 4-0 was in 2004.

Those who follow the program know it culminated with the Celtics winning a state championship.

For the first time in 10 seasons, the Celtics are perfect once again, heading into Week 5.

Providence quickly disposed of Marmion in a Catholic League crossover on Friday night at Matt Senffner Field in Bishop Kaffer Stadium, 37-7.

Lauren Finkler
This issue deals quite a bit with dads and men — from our Father’s Day Contest being discussed on Page 10, our pastor column on Page 16 and Assistant Editor Max Lapthorne’s column next to this one. While you can read the details for the contest yourself, I’d like to share something about guys.
Max Lapthorne
When the Lincoln-Way West and Lockport Township girls water polo teams met on March 6 in the first game of the season, both teams looked to the rematch six weeks later.
Jacquelyn Schlabach

The Homer Glen Village Board of Trustees, upon recommendation by the Village’s Public Services & Safety Committee, is furthering its commitment to a proactive approach to reducing fatalities resulting from sudden cardiac arrest. 

Brittany Kapa
Lockport junior Jack Randall entered the state tennis tournament as an undefeated No. 2 seed and had hopes of making a deep run. While an early loss cost him a shot at a state title, he knew he could still end his season on a special note.
Erin Redmond
After a neck-and-neck battle all season long, it was fitting that it came down to one game.
Jacquelyn Schlabach

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