Homewood Police serving up meals to raise Special Olympics funds

As part of the Change for Champions program, Homewood police officers will be at the Culver’s Restaurant, 850 W. 183rd St. in Homewood, serving customers in the restaurant and in the drive-thru between 5 and 9 p.m. on Tuesday, June 30.

Police Reports: June 10, 2015

71 calls: Traffic Stop (33), Suspicious Circumstances (5), Disabled Vehicle (3), Criminal Damage to Property (2), Suspicious Auto (3), Suspicious Subject (2), Disturbance (1), Burglar Alarm (3), Traffic Accident with Damage (2), Check Well Being (1), Assist Fire Dept. (7), Stray Animal (2), Hit & Run (1), Abandoned Vehicle (1), Driving Complaint (1), Intoxicated Subject (1), Retail Theft (1), Juvenile Problem (1), Found Property (1)

Homewood Library’s 3D printer a marvel of technology

Drop the idea that a printer only prints. A 3D printer creates. The TAZ 4, the latest piece of equipment in the Digital Media Lab at the Homewood Public Library, shows how revolutionary changes in computer technology are altering our world.

Hands-on science play featured at Homewood Art & Garden Fair

With the Community Science Center project in development, science learning has been incorporated into Homewood's spring festival, with hands-on tinkering and making available both days. Despite wet weather Friday morning, kids were already having fun playing and learning. 

Could we ask a favor? Help spread the word!

As we mark our first anniversary we genuinely have some GREAT PLANS for the future. For now, we are just asking you to read the Chronicle and to tell your friends to get in the Chronicle habit, to never miss a day and to say, “I saw it in the Chronicle.”

Two Homewood caddies named Evans Scholars

The Western Golf Association (WGA) and the Chick Evans Scholars Foundation have selected two Homewood residents recipients of the 2015 Chick Evans Scholarship.

Ian Fitzgerald and Matthew Francesconi will receive the housing and tuition college scholarship for the four years of their college career. The scholarship is valued at over $80,000. 

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Special sale at Village Door to benefit Cancer Support Center programs

Visitors to Homewood's Art & Garden Fair this weekend will have an opportunity to help the Cancer Support Center by shopping at the Village Door Flea Market.

Homewood welcomes residents and visitors with bright new signs

New Homewood welcome signs were installed about in mid-May, and public works officials say the new versions should be long-lasting and easier to maintain.

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