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Homer Township Oak Arbor members decorate tree to be donated

Max Lapthorne
Drew Litynski’s track and field career has turned from “just for fun” to Division I. When the senior jumper joined the Porters track team last year, she was simply trying something new. Little did she know a year later she would be signing her National Letter of Intent with West Point, Army. In fact, this time last year, Division I was an unfamiliar term to her.
Erin Redmond
Earlier this decade, lacrosse was named as the fastest growing sport in America. While the growth has leveled some in the last few years, the sport still remains popular.
Thomas Czaja
Stumpy is a 2-year-old mixed yellow Lab and hound. He is good with children and other dogs.
Jacquelyn Schlabach

Group gathers outside St. Bernard Parish to pray patriotic rosary

Erin Redmond
Lockport Township boys basketball coach Brett Hespell always reminds his team that they are “uncommon.”
Jacquelyn Schlabach
In 1976, four churches in the New Lenox community joined together to begin the New Lenox Cross Walk. Forty years have passed, and the Cross Walk is still an annual staple of the local Christian community. Approximately 500 people participate in it each year to observe Good Friday.
Max Lapthorne
For those with a major sweet tooth, Raffy’s Candy Store has a fix for them all. “There is just such a variety,” said Dave Rafalski, owner of Raffy’s Candy Store.
Brittany Kapa

Girls Basketball

Lockport 44, Joliet West 34

Sawyer Hollatz was the top scorer for the Porters Nov. 27 against their former conference foe, finishing the game with 9 points. Lockport improved to 4-0 on the season with the victory.

Boys Bowling

Lockport 2,144, Bolingbrook 2,025

Jacquelyn Schlabach

The sellers are relocating. 

What: A two-story custom home with a dramatic two-story foyer and hardwood floors 

Where: 12339 Bentwood Drive, Homer Glen  

Erin Redmond