• Lockport Township High School seniors Carlos Ruiz (left) and Joshua Thurman show their skills in the auto shop during the Association for Career and Technical Education tour Friday, Sept. 21, at LTHS’s East Campus. Photos by Bob Klein/22nd Century Media

    LTHS showcases career, vocational courses for ACTE tour

    September 25, 2018 By Analisa Trofimuk, Freelance Reporter News

    Walking down the halls of Lockport Township High School’s East Campus is similar to walking through a small village.

  • Football: Celtics fall to Brother Rice for first loss of season

    September 23, 2018 By Chris Walker, Freelance Reporter Sports, High School
    Many are depressed that summer is over, but the Providence football team should be ecstatic that they’ve seen the last of Summers. Dylan Summers, Brother Rice’s 6-foot, 175-pound wide receiver who recently committed to Cornell, tore the Celtics defense apart in the first half, hauling in three touchdown passes as the Crusaders came into Bishop Kaffer Stadium and Matt Senffner Field in New Lenox this past Friday and blanked the Celtics by a final of 20-0 in a Catholic League Blue clash.
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    UPDATE: Man charged with anti-Muslim vandalism in Homer Glen

    September 19, 2018 By Thomas Czaja, Editor News, Breaking, Police-Fire
    A man has been charged with vandalizing a sidewalk with Islamophobic graffiti Sept. 17 in front of a Muslim family’s Homer Glen home, according to a Sept. 20 release from the Will County Sheriff’s Office.
  • A light pole that fell and injured three schoolchildren Monday, Sept. 17, at Butler School in Lockport was removed from the area. Additional light poles outside the school were removed the following day by Homer Community Consolidated School District 33C as a precaution for the safety of students. Photo submitted

    Light pole falls on, injures three students at Butler School

    September 19, 2018 By Thomas Czaja, Editor News, Breaking, School
    A light pole fell and injured three fourth-grade students after striking them while they were at recess Monday, Sept. 17, outside Butler School in Lockport, according to Homer Community Consolidated School District 33C.
  • Steve Mandro and his 3-year old daughter, Alyssa, slide down the 90-foot fun slide Friday, Sept. 14, on the opening day of Pumpkin Fest at Bengtson’s Pumpkin Farm in Homer Glen. Photos by Megan Schuller/22nd Century Media

    Bengtson’s now open for Pumpkin Fest 2018

    September 18, 2018 By Megan Schuller, Freelance Reporter News
    Children of all ages dove into a 270-million kernel “corn box” pit to make corn angels, go “swimming” in the kernels and to throw handfuls of it up in the air like confetti.