Getting loud. That’s what the Lockport Township boys bowling team hopes to do in a few weeks when the postseason rolls around.
Air Force veteran Debra Ghalam (right) shops with Will County Sheriff’s Deputy Marco Villalobos during the Heroes Helping Heroes event Dec. 4 at the Meijer in Homer Glen. Photos by Jacquelyn Schlabach/22nd Century Media
December 11, 2018By Jacquelyn Schlabach, Assistant Editor News
The Meijer in Homer Glen was all smiles, tears of joy and community bonding Dec. 4 as veterans, their children and spouses were shown appreciation for their service and dedication to our country with an unforgettable gift.
Santa Claus waves to attendees at Homer for the Holidays Saturday, Dec. 1, at Village Hall in Homer Glen. Photos by Laurie Fanelli/22nd Century Media
December 3, 2018By Laurie Fanelli, Freelance ReporterNews, Community
Village Hall transformed into the North Pole recently as families enjoyed crafts, choirs and Christmas cheer during Homer for the Holidays.
Homer Glen resident Beth Sadler is working with Watts of Love, a nonprofit organization that provides renewable light sources to families living in extreme poverty around the world, as part of a global outreach practicum in her pursuit of a master’s degree. One of the lights Watts of Love gives is a headlamp, shown here being worn by a child. Kevin Kuster/Watts of Love
A local woman quickly found a way to help bring light to those who need it most.
Matthew Schudt, 7, paints a St. Nicholas ornament during the Christmas in the Prairie event Saturday, Dec. 1, at Annunciation Byzantine Catholic Church in Homer Glen. Photos by Megan Schuller/22nd Century Media
“Some people are afraid of the fire. Others simply become it.” The inspirational yet innocuous phrase adorned the new organizer that Christine Alexandros had purchased just a month before her life would change forever.