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The Cepkauskas family from Homer Glen has had a rough start to 2018.
Jacquelyn Schlabach
Before Homer Jr. High School students march to “Pomp and Circumstance,” it’s tradition that they first shake, rattle and roll.
Lauren Finkler

A residential structure fire the morning of Aug. 31 “significantly” damaged a two-story home on the southern border of Homer Glen, according to a press release issued the same day by the New Lenox Fire Protection District.

Firefighters reportedly were dispatched at 2:16 a.m. Aug. 31 with a report of a structure fire in the 13000 block of W. 184th Place — a Mokena mailing area that falls under unincorporated New Lenox Township.

Danielle Tabor
At its first meeting of 2017, the Village Board of Homer Glen took action to improve public safety Jan. 11 by passing an ordinance requiring large businesses to have Automated External Defibrillators available for public use.
Erin Redmond
After setbacks, HellsGate Haunted House is now scheduled to open Oct. 6 in Lockport.
Kirsten Onsgard
Since the 1990s, the number of monarch butterflies in North America has declined by more than 90 percent, according to the National Wildlife Foundation.
Thomas Czaja
Dozens flocked to a meeting of the Will County School District 92 School Board Dec. 19, with word spreading of a recent statement sent to district staff communicating the decision not to renew Superintendent Peter Sullivan’s contract. There was standing room only for many of those on hand, and several waited outside the Administration Center’s board room to hear the business of the board.
Max Lapthorne
New faces Karen A. DeFilippis, Christine Marcinkewicz, Kevin DeSchaaf and James Ketelaar were elected to the Homer Community Consolidated School District 33 Board of Education, according to unofficial results from the Will County Clerk’s Office.
Thomas Czaja

This is a crucial window for Homer Glen voters. 

Mayor Jim Daley’s campaign team is well aware of this. Many voters have made up their minds; however, there are surely many who are still teetering, still trying to gather the facts and still seeking guidance on which candidate will make the best mayor. 

Lauren Finkler
The Homer Township Officers Electoral Board convened for a hearing Jan. 3 to address an objection to a candidate in the April 4, 2017 Consolidated Election for Township clerk. Renea Wojnowski, a resident of Lockport and Homer Township, has filed an objection with the Township Electoral Board against the candidacy of Marcela Cuevas for the office of Township clerk.
Erin Redmond

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