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Wine lovers and art enthusiasts will bond over a fun night during a Horizon Plus free, members-only event with Art a la Carte.

The free event for Horizon Plus members is to be held at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 25, at Art a la Carte, 11209 W. 159th St. in Orland Park.

Thomas Czaja

The sellers love to enjoy this backyard all summer long!


What: A custom two-story home on one acre in Crystal Lake Estates. 

Where: 17814 Crystal Lake Drive, Homer Glen

Brittany Kapa

Happy 7th birthday, Jonny! Love, Mommy, Daddy, Joey and Jax! 

Erin Redmond
The homeowners enjoy the tranquil and picturesque setting Hidden Valley provides. The convenient location, minutes to expressways, has also been very beneficial. What: A well-maintained ranch home with a nice open floor plan on a beautiful, private and wooded setting!
Erin Redmond
Refugee Experience June 18-19, in the church. World Vision is to provide participants with a 360-degree virtual reality tour.
Max Lapthorne

One of the most beautiful Bible passages, in my opinion, is found in Luke 12. Jesus has been speaking to his disciples, and much of what he’s telling them is unsettling. I can imagine that Jesus looked into the frightened, worried eyes of those who were listening. I imagine that he smiles compassionately, and: 

Lauren Finkler
St. Bernard Parish (13030 W. 143rd St., Homer Glen) Rosary on the Hill Noon, Saturday, Oct. 14, 143rd Street under the big cross. Pubic Square Rosary rallies are conducted across America.
Brittany Kapa

March 1

• 1744 S. Robert Emmett Drive, Homer Glen, 60491  Better Building Llc to Jonathan P. Garrity, Margaret A. Garrity, $383,000

• 16211 Olha Farm Way, Homer Glen, 604917986  Ronald R. Kevish to Jasem Askar, Suzanne Salah Askar, $505,500

March 2

Jacquelyn Schlabach
When Taft school parent Patty Colella met Limestone Stage Director Andrea Vaughn, a friendship over children and drama was born.
Jacquelyn Schlabach


Chess enthusiasts gather for games at NL Commons

Every Thursday at 10 a.m., alongside the pond at the New Lenox Village Commons, one can find Jim Marchert and other chess enthusiasts spending the morning playing the game they love.

Thomas Czaja