You are here

Most Viewed Articles


Mullets Sports Bar and Restaurant

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

7 p.m. Wednesdays: Trivia


The Outpost Pub & Grill

(14929 Archer Ave., Lockport; (815) 836-8893)

8 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays: Live DJ and Karaoke

Strike N Spare II

Erin Redmond

Homer Community Consolidated School District 33C reviewed its finances and discussed its financial health on Oct. 28 at the Board of Education’s regular meeting. 

The Board of Education heard reports from the Finance Committee as well as an audit report for fiscal year 2014-2015 presented by Ed McCormick from the accounting firm Mulcahy, Pauritsch, Salvador & Co. 

Max Lapthorne
Azariah King was chosen as Standout Student for excelling in the classroom.
Thomas Czaja

The owner of this home has enjoyed the private location and views of nature and wildlife.

What: A vintage two-story

Where: 14800 Will-Cook Road, Homer Glen

Max Lapthorne

Lockport Township High School District 205 Board President John Lukasik has been named a recipient of the AT&T Presidential Volunteer Service Award for the second straight year.    

Lukasik earned the honor for his volunteer work in the community.

Lauren Finkler
Sellers bought this home because they liked the open, three-bedroom, ranch-style floor plan.
Jacquelyn Schlabach
At Hadley Middle School, students will have an opportunity to build pet robots, design smart homes and explore the technology behind self-driving cars at Camp Invention, a weeklong program created by the National Inventors Hall of Fame.
Jacquelyn Schlabach

A four-bedroom, two full, two half bath home on a deep private lot that backs up to open space in the Meadowcrest subdivision. 

What: A home with good curb appeal and location. 

Where: 17011 Pineview Drive, Homer Glen

Max Lapthorne
When Lauren Troha and Courtney Fowler graduated from Lockport Township in 2012, they thought their careers in competitive bowling were over. But bowling had other plans, and now they are national champions.
Erin Redmond
The summer program Arts in Action is back again this summer at the Homer Community Consolidated School District 33C. This program offers numerous opportunities for children in District 33C and the surrounding communities to tap into their artistic talents and get creative during the variety of classes that will be offered July 10-12.
Erin Redmond