GLENWOOD | Village trustees have approved $15,000 for the purchase of an electronic traffic control sign.
GLENWOOD | Hickory Bend Elementary in Glenwood recently celebrated the season with a concert given by the second- and third-graders.
FLOSSMOOR | Area residents are invited to attend several free concerts in December at Homewood-Flossmoor High School. All the events are held in the school's Mall Auditorium, at 999 Kedzie Ave., and feature musicians and singers from the school's award-winning Fine Arts Department.
Homewood-Flossmoor High School students perform in a holiday concert at the high school located in Flossmoor. From left are Ishmael Holdman-Hatter, Tatiana Owens-Arroyo and Richard Thornber. The high school is offering free holiday concerts beginning Saturday.
Third-graders Gadiel Santellano and Elizabeth Zambrano play the kazoo.
Brianna Dunlap, left, and Angela Alozie play their xylophones during the recent concert at Hickory Bend Elementary School in Glenwood.
Second-grade students Machiah Crosby, Jabari Walton, and Roosevelt Walker add rhythm with tambourines.
GLENWOOD | Come Jan. 1, it will cost more to rent one of the village's three park fieldhouses as well as the John H. Blakey Senior Center.
Buying toys for kids and seeing their faces as they open their gifts is one of the best parts of Christmas. Even though my son has plenty of toys, it was hard to resist buying the Little People airplane, the Thomas the Tank Engine train set and the Mickey Mouse ball pit.
Jennifer Pallay's dog, Jasmine, tells Santa what she wants for Christmas during a past pet pictures with Santa event at Glenwood Village Pet Hospital. The animal hospital will host this year's event from 4 to 7 p.m. Dec. 10.
HARVEY | The city’s Fire Department will take over the bulk of firefighting protection to neighboring Dixmoor, which closed its Fire Department on Sunday due to financial reasons.
HARVEY | Ingalls Memorial Hospital and Jeannette Landowski, of Glenwood, share quite a bit in common.
The maternity staff at Ingalls Memorial Hospital recently celebrated the 90th birthday of Jeannette Landowski, the very first baby born at Ingalls when it opened its doors back in 1923.
Jeannette Landowski, of Glenwood, the first baby born at Ingalls back in 1923, receives birthday wishes, complete with a birthday cake, from Kurt Johnson, president/chief executive officer of Ingalls, center, and Michael Hicks, senior vice president and chief operating officer.
GLENWOOD | The Village Board has increased the number of Class E liquor licenses in the village from four to five.
GLENWOOD | The Brookwood District 167 School Board approved a preliminary aggregate tax levy of $7.2 million last week.
GLENWOOD | Part-time police officers will receive a $1 an hour raise following unanimous approval by the Village Board last week.
DOLTON | With Kenneth Williams removed from the Thornton Township High School District 205 board, it appeared incapable of performing much of its anticipated business.
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