Despite national atmosphere, Homewood students respond with respect and kindness

For the past several months of the presidential campaign and the week since, school officials across the country have been reporting incidents of students being attacked verbally or physically. Teachers nationwide have been struggling to remind students that name-calling and harassment is not part of the school culture.

Cost for Lions Club Pool work comes in under budget

The Homewood-Flossmoor Park District came up with a way to save nearly $100,000 in its budget and still get the Lions Club pool in great shape for next season.

To the pleasant surprise of park district commissioners at their Tuesday, Nov. 15, meeting, a bid for replacing the pool’s filtration system came in way below cost estimates. 

Fundraiser for local cancer victim will be Saturday in Flossmoor

Friends of Patricia Lundstrom of Homewood are holding a fundraising event at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 19, to help her family with the costs of cancer treatment.

Consultants looking for residents’ input for H-F principal profile

Residents are being asked to give input on the strengths and challenges at Homewood-Flossmoor High School and the professional and personal characteristics for H-F’s next principal.

Homewood board offers split decision on liquor license requests

Two requests for liquor licenses came before the Homewood Board of Trustees at the Nov. 8 meeting. One request was approved and one was denied.

The successful applicant was Kim Nolen, owner of the Redbird Café, to be located at 2057 Ridge Road. The village board agreed to move forward with preparing a new liquor license classification, 7B, for the restaurant.

Chronicle celebrates first full year of print production with special Holiday Guide insert

With the publication of its November issue, the Homewood-Flossmoor Chronicle marks a full year of bringing a local print newspaper to the H-F community. This issue will include a special section, a Holiday Guide including a list of holiday events. Copies will be available Thursday at local businesses and Homewood and Flossmoor libraries.

Parker cross country runners honored following state meet

 

Hazel Crest teen charged with robbing 7-Eleven in Homewood

A Hazel Crest teen was arrested late Saturday after allegedly robbing the 7-Eleven store at 3154 183rd St. in Homewood.

Homewood police received a report at 9:23 p.m. of an armed robbery at the store.

The 16-year-old suspect allegedly pointed a handgun at the clerk and demanded money, police said. 

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