SAUK VILLAGE | If it were up to Jimo Kasali, the Community Consolidated Schools District 168 would follow tradition and let its students have former President Abraham Lincoln’s birthday as an official school holiday.
Pews fill up so much for Easter the faithful have to show up earlier than usual to find a parking space, and some churches even tack on extra services to accommodate the crowds.
CALUMET CITY | The Calumet Memorial Park District hosted School's Out Fun Day for children ages 5 to 12 on Friday, when students were off for Good Friday.
Mickey and Minnie Mouse from "Disney on Ice Presents Let's Celebrate" invite audiences to share holiday fun.
HAMMOND | The Good Neighbor Christmas Cheer Fund raised a record $48,793.31 during the holiday season.
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CALUMET CITY | Students, teachers, faculty and staff at Thornton Fractional North High School joined hands Thursday and formed a human chain throughout the school's hallways in remembrance of Martin Luther King Jr.
Raeshanda Dukes, left, District 171 Superintendent Hughes George, and Ariana Dukes, Nathan Hale student, enjoy the evening festivities sponsored by the Lansing/Lynwood school district.
LANSING | Sunnybrook School District 171 hosted their annual Gingerbread House Workshop on Dec. 4 at Nathan Hale Elementary School.
SAUK VILLAGE | Positive Connections Student Transportation Inc., of Markham, which serves Sauk Village schools, donated hats, gloves, mittens and scarves this winter to the students of Wagoner School.
The Positive Connections bus company donated winter clothing items to Wagoner School in Sauk Village. Pictured from left are bus drivers Terri Meyerberg, Diane Pickens, Gilda Dalie and Kristie Powyszynski along with Principal Kathy Hansen and Assistant Principal Gina Misiunas.
For this global take on a festive New Year's Eve dinner, we created a mash-up that draws on the flavors of the Caribbean, Southeast Asia and Europe.
South Holland police assumed control of the council room at Village Hall to spread holiday cheer to five local families. A look of pure joy on the faces of children and their parents is just what officers were hoping for on the evening of Dec. 18, as they presented toys and food baskets for …
CHICAGO | The St. Columba Knights of Columbus recently hosted a Breakfast with Santa.
HAMMOND | The Good Neighbor Cheer Fund saw a drastic jump in its donation drive last week after a $10,000 donation was made in memory of the late Grandpa Claus of North Hammond.
With Santa at the St. Columba Parish breakfast are Jessica Andrade, 15, Joslyn Salamanca and Evelyn Robles, both 8.
The St. Columba Knights of Columbus hosted a Breakfast with Santa. Pictured from left are Gene Slusarczyk, Grand Knight, General Pulaski Council; John Thurman; John Rydzewski, the cook and Past Grand Knight; Paula Andrade and Morgan Andrade, volunteers.
SOUTH HOLLAND | Thornton Township Supervisor Frank M. Zuccarelli's staff gave boxes of food to needy families Thursday morning at the Zuccarelli Assistance Program garage.
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