Pets of the week: Apollo and Mohawk

The South Suburban Humane Society Pets of the Week are Apollo and Mohawk. 

Homewood man charged with hate crime will undergo testing

Pol Danilov of Homewood will undergo psychological testing in the next month to determine if he is fit to stand trial on a charge of attempted murder of a shopper at a Homewood grocery store, according to Cook County State's Attorney officials.

Homewood Schools among the first in Illinois to move from paper testing to computer

Homewood School District 153 will be one of the first districts in Illinois to administer state testing by computer this spring.

Three H-F students selected for state band concerts

Three students at Homewood-Flossmoor High School will be performing at the Illinois Music Education Association’s yearly convention as members of the state high school bands, and one was selected for the convention’s All-State Future Music Educators Seminar.

Martin Avenue project contract awarded just before TIF expires

It came down to the wire, but the Martin Avenue open space and streetscape project contract crossed the finish line just before the expiration of its funding source. 

Global Fusion to host Kwanzaa celebration tonight

Global Fusion will host a Kwanzaa celebration from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 3.

Owner Diana Dills said the event will include a candle-lighting ceremony and music and spoken word performances.

Flossmoor helping area’s needy through MLK Day of Service

Flossmoor residents are banding together to help south suburban neighbors in need during the 2015 MLK Day of Service on Jan. 19.

Sleepy's building gets the nod from Homewood trustees

Homewood trustees approve building design, allowing new Halsted development to proceed.

Homewood to get the jump on 2015 with noon celebration Wednesday

Homewood will again get the jump on the new year with its noon countdown and balloon drop Wednesday, Dec. 31, to welcome the arrival of 2015.

Flossmoor resident sentenced for filing multi-billion dollar false liens against judges

Retaliatory liens against federal employees gets Flossmoor man 46 months in prison

A Flossmoor resident who pleaded guilty to two counts of obstruction of justice and two counts of filing false retaliatory liens against government officials has been sentenced to serve 46 months in prison.

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