LYNWOOD | Small-time theft will be handled internally in Lynwood, more swiftly and possibly less severely, after officials approved an ordinance last week.
District 215 students who participated in a state culinary competition are pictured. In back, from left, are Kyle Penro, Antonio Baker, Robert Brent and Jailynn Gill. In front from left are Kira Del Sol, Sagirah Florence, Erica Jarrett and Briana Trice.
CALUMET CITY | Culinary arts students from the Thornton Fractional Center for Academics & Technology excelled in the 13th annual Illinois ProStart Student Invitational Showcase at Kendall College on Feb. 8.
TINLEY PARK, Ill. | The convention center in Tinley Park will be the place to be Monday night for municipal officials from across the south suburbs that wish to be the home of a proposed south suburban casino, and even a few that do not.
LANSING | Thornton Fractional South High School, 18500 Burnham Ave., is hosting the Future Rebel Baseball Clinic on March 8, the school has announced.
CHICAGO | A Cook County judge issued a written opinion Thursday that reverses the Lynwood Police and Fire Board decision firing a police officer because a criminal suspect drove away in the officer's squad car.
LANSING | Officials with the Thornton Fractional Township High School District 215 are trying to figure out how to resolve a problem of a water service line near T.F. South High School that experienced three breaks within a nine-day time period.
LANSING | Black History Month at Heritage Middle School usually consists of a few events during the school day meant to give students a glimpse into the contributions of African-Americans in our society.
Schools in the state now have the authority to search their students’ social media accounts and Thornton Fractional Township High School District 215 hopes to use that information to stop violence before it starts.
With less than a month away from primary elections, District 215 staff, in conjunction with local clergy and the Cook County clerk’s office, have hosted several on-campus voter registration drives at T.F. North and T.F. South.
Nathan Hale Excellence Award winners for January are pictured. From left are Logan Jimenez, kindergarten; Joshua Kyles, first grade; Madeline Raeck, second grade; Terry Bronson, third grade; and Ronald Bailey, fourth grade.
LANSING | Sunnybrook Elementary School District 171, which serves Lansing and Lynwood students, recognizes students as winners of the Nathan Hale Excellence Award for the month of January.
Pictured with the donation of gloves at Nathan Hale School in Lansing, are, from left, Brother Kehinda L. Pryor Sr., secretary; Hughes George, superintendent of Sunnybrook Elementary District 171; sister Candance Pryor, secretary; Cynthia Castaneda, Nathan Hale principal; Brother Chawn R. Wi…
LANSING | Members from JOB Lodge 33, St. Titus Grand Lodge, based in Calumet City, visited Nathan Hale School in Lansing to deliver more than 500 pairs of winter gloves to students.
Principal Juan Gardner, left, and Assistant Principal Michelle Johnson, right, congratulate January's Heritage Excellence Awarrd winners. They are, from left, Javaryon Crawford, fifth grade, Tammy Black, sixth grade, Tytiyana Jones, seventh grade, and Kiara Johnson, eighth grade.
LANSING | Each month a student from each grade level is chosen for the Heritage Excellence Award at Heritage Middle School in Lansing.
Principal Juan Gardner, left, and Assistant Principal Michelle Johnson, right, are pictured with December's Heritage Excellence Award winners. The winners are, from left, Aaron Calderon, sixth grade, Brittney Salas, seventh grade, Wendy Nguyen, fifth grade, and Christine Cunningham, eighth grade.
LYNWOOD | As it prepares for its 40th anniversary June 24, the Glenwood-Lynwood Public Library has a full slate of 1970s-themed programming planned to commemorate the decade of its founding.
Parent-teacher conferences for the Thornton Fractional High Schools will take place Feb. 13. Parents may attend the session that will take place from 2 to 4:30 p.m. or the second session from 6 to 8 p.m.
CHICAGO | The Illinois Department of Transportation on Thursday announced it has reached an agreement with CN Railroad concerning construction of a bridge carrying U.S. 30 in Lynwood over the CN/Elgin Joliet & Eastern railroad crossing, according to a news release.
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