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From the moment Alex Ford first picked up a bass guitar, he dreamed of playing his music in front of crowds across the country. And now his dream is coming true.
Erin Redmond

Albeit a few minor details, the corporate headquarters of Richards Building Supply, located at 12070 W. 159th St. in Homer Glen, are complete. This month, 50 upper management employees moved into the sleek, well-lit office, and on Wednesday, Oct. 22, the Homer Township Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony to welcome the business to the community.

Thomas Czaja

Brad T. Harders, 38, of Genoa, died at 2:01 p.m. Monday, Jan. 4, after obtaining a head injury during an industrial accident at Homer Tree Service, 14000 Archer Ave. in Lockport, according to Lockport police and the Will County Coroner’s Office.

Thomas Czaja
A Lockport Township High School science teacher was charged Jan. 9 with posting private photos of his ex-girlfriend online, according to the Will County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Kathy Hoffmeyer.
Erin Redmond
The Homer Glen Village Board reviewed proposed amendments to the Village zoning code for the first time at its April 11 regular meeting, as well as some minor changes to the proposed 2018-2019 budget.
Thomas Czaja

Although Eagle Rock Community Church has shut its doors for good, there will still be church services held in the building at 14367 W. 159th St., as Parkview Christian Church purchased the property.

Eagle Rock began discussing revamping its ministry’s direction over the summer, but once the end of August came around, the church’s attention shifted to its finances, according to the Rev. Aaron Solomon-Mills, Eagle Rock senior pastor.

Max Lapthorne
The Homer Harvest Days Committee has announced that, due to a number of factors, the annual Homer Harvest Days festival will not take place in 2018.
Jacquelyn Schlabach
A 22-year-old Homer Glen resident died Saturday, Aug. 5, in a car crash shortly before 5 a.m. in Homer Township, according to Will County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Kathy Hoffmeyer.
Thomas Czaja

Nathan McKenna is a boy that has been described by his parents as having a big smile, a bigger heart and a zest for life. 

He is musically-inclined and likes to play Rock Band, with the drums nestled never far out of reach at their Homer Glen home. He also loves spending time with his family, including nearly 50 cousins.

Thomas Czaja

Why are we stalling Woodbine action?

Dear Editor,

What is the deal between the former owners of Woodbine and Homer Glen Village trustees George Yukich and Margaret Sabo?

Meredith Dobes