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The battle for the Democratic nomination for Will County Circuit Clerk was shaping up to be a three-way tussle.
Max Lapthorne

TLC Animal Shelter

13016 W. 151st St.

Homer Glen, IL 60491

Max Lapthorne

St. Dennis Church

(1214 S. Hamilton St., Lockport)

Financial Peace University (FPU)

7-9 p.m. Thursdays in February in Stalzer Room. FPU is a nine week biblically based class that teaches how to handle money God’s way. You learn practical steps to get rid of debt, manage your money, spend and save wisely. Cost is $100; scholarships available. Adults only. Call Ed Ellis at (708) 528-8666 or

Erin Redmond
As of July 5, residents of Homer Glen may notice work crews from Northern Border Pipeline Company working west of Bell Road between W. 159th Street and W. 143rd Street on the Commonwealth Edison utility corridor.
Erin Redmond

Cross of Glory Lutheran Church

(14719 W. 163rd St., Homer Glen)

Community Blood Drive

3-7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 1.

Cereal Food Drive

The church is collecting boxes of cereal for the local food pantry. Drop off donations at the church. The church is also accepting non-perishable food items. 

Welcome Place Preschool

Jacquelyn Schlabach
“Spice up your life.” Now, that statement can mean multiple things. For this time of the year, that can mean getting a hot apple cider at your local pumpkin farm.
Brittany Kapa
The Lockport Township High School Horticulture Club has created the Porter Arboretum at LTHS’s East Campus. Every year, the club is to seek donations from local nurseries and add on to the arboretum.
Max Lapthorne
The owners of this home have lived here happily for over 31 years. They moved back to the area from the northern suburbs to help with — and eventually take over — the family business
Brittany Kapa

A home on a quiet street. The seller has decided to downsize. 

Where: 14350 S. East Glen Drive, Homer Glen 

Erin Redmond
The Forest Preserve District of Will County is seeking volunteers who are willing to pitch in to improve local preserves by signing up for an upcoming workday. During the scheduled workdays, volunteers will help remove invasive species in the preserves, which allows native plants and trees to flourish and provide food and shelter for the insects, birds and animals that live in Will County’s forests.
Erin Redmond