Two H-F High students selected National Merit semifinalists

Homewood-Flossmoor High School seniors Katie Donermeyer and Lillian Hamer have been selected semifinalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program.

Homewood fire hydrants go red

The leaves will be turning red soon, but Homewood fire hydrants are way ahead of them. The new color for hydrants has caught the eyes of some residents. Public Works Director John Schaefer said the hydrants have been yellow for a long time, at least several decades.

The Nature of Art: Izaak Walton art show to highlight perspectives on nature

 

Beer businesses and liquor licenses to dominate Homewood trustees' meeting Tuesday

Beer and business issues make up the bulk of the agenda for the Tuesday meeting of the Homewood Board of Trustees, but trustees will also consider a property purchase. Several measures on the agenda involve two craft beer companies that are planning to open breweries and tap rooms in the village. There are also several liquor license requests and one liquor license policy change on the agenda.

Homewood's Hobo Night returns Oct 8 with railroad stories and songs

The village of Homewood will host its annual Hobo Night event from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8, at the Homewood Rail Park at Chestnut Road and Park Ave.

Making friends at the market

  The Homewood Farmers Market is often a good place 
  to meet old friends — or make new ones. Ella, a 4-month-
  old miniature dachshund, left, held by Sandra Guaccio of  

Holocaust victim tells H-F High students forgiveness is the ultimate remedy

Eva Mozes Kor elicited the help of students at Homewood-Flossmoor High School to create and send one million tweets on forgiveness. It is part of her ongoing efforts to encourage an understanding of how important forgiveness is in bringing peace to the world.

Tell us about your Little Free Library

The Homewood-Flossmoor Chronicle would like to create a guide to local Little Free Libraries. We're asking stewards to tell us the about their LFLs so we can share those stories with the community.

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