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Caroline Sibley school 7th-grader Korinthian Battle slides down the inflatable slide as Dolton School District 194 hosted its annual Back to School Carnival at Caroline Sibley School in Calumet City on Saturday.
Train driver Joseph Lopez slowly takes passengers around the school parking lot at the Dolton School District 149 hosted annual Back to School Carnival at Caroline Sibley School on Saturday.
Cornell Booker, of Harvey, digs into a turkey leg at the Taste of Thornton Township event on Saturday.
The Chicago Boyz Acrobats performed at the Taste of Thornton Township at the Thornton Township Hall in South Holland on Saturday.
District 171 Superintendent Hughes George talks to fathers and other male role models on Thursday in the Heritage Middle School library. Men were encouraged to bring their children to the first day of school as part of the Million Father March. George emphasized they should help their childr…
Zachary Harris, 8, is taken to Nathan Hale Elementary School by his brother, Jerome Dale, on Thursday, as part of the Million Father March. The march is an opportunity for men to show their commitment to their children's education on the first day of school. Each year since the march began i…
A shot of the dining room at Glenwood Oaks.
Regular customers walk into Munster Donut on Monday morning as the shop reopened at 12:00 a.m. The shop will now remain open 24 hours a day.
The Munster Donut shop on Calumet Avenue in Munster reopened on Monday at 12:00 a.m. The shop serves customers 24 hours a day.
Delcena Sawyer and Ellis Humphry sing and dance to "Just Can't Wait to be King" at The Performing Arts Camp of the Calumet Memorial Park District rehearsal for "The Lion King" at the Thornton Fractional High School auditorium on Wednesday afternoon.
Ellis Humpries makes a giant jump with the other performers at The Perfroming Arts Camp of the Calumet Memorial Park District rehearsal for "The Lion King," at the Thornton Fractional High School auditorium on Wednesday afternoon.
Calumet City Mayor Michelle Markiewicz Qualkinbush, center, with walkers holding "Just Say No To Gangs and Drugs" signs at the Calumet City hosted Night Out Against Crime on Tuesday.
Melcolm Dunn, 13, has his face painted by Kat Archer at the Calumet City hosted Night Out Against Crime on Tuesday.
Associate Pastor the Rev. David Simonett of St. James the Greater Church in Sauk Village who paid for the shrine and created the space for it, reads a special prayer at the Holy Family Dedication ceremony on Sunday afternoon.
With the Lansing Knights of Columbus Honor Guard posting, Auxilliary Bishop of Chicago Joseph N. Perry in a ceremony blesses the Holy Family Shrine consisting of St.Joseph holding the baby Jesus and a statue of the Blessed Mary at the Knights of Columbus Hall Dedication ceremony on Sunday afternoon.
Glenwood Oaks Rib and Chop House staff, (l-r) Samantha Le Rose (niece), Kathy Johnson, Fred Preciado (chef), Kobe Lynn LeRose (daughter), Mark LeRose (general manager), Phyllis LeRose- Giroux (co-owner), Terry Jarosky, Sr. (owner) and Terry Jarosky, Jr. (son) pose in the bar area.
The Glenwood Oaks Rib and Chop House is celebrating its 40th Anniversary.
Taylor Deren, 6, does a neat trick with many hulu-hoops Friday at the Dyer Cornfest and Family Picnic.
Greg Runyon, of St. John, enjoys his corn-on-the cob Friday at the Dyer Cornfest and Familiy Picnic.
Cindy Toll and Lawrence Hunt diligently disassemble computers at EcoSafe Processors on Thursday morning. They are clients of SouthSTAR Services, which runs the e-recycling plant to give its clients experience working in the green economy and to support its programs.
Kevin Casey, center, Illinois' director of the Division of Developmental Disabilities, stops to talk to Ann Kash, left, and Cindy Toll on Thursday morning as they disassemble a computer part. Casey toured EcoSafe Processors in Steger, which employs clients of SouthSTAR Services, based in Chi…
Markia Simmons, 6, sitting in the front seat on the right side, rides on the Dragon Wagon Friday evening at the St. Victor Church Victorfest.
Makyah Black, 10, has her face painted by Ghellynda Johnson on Friday evening at the St. Victor Victorfest.
Brandon McNeal, of The Riegel Farm Complex in University Park, squats to allow the children to touch the monitor lizard during Wednesday afternoon's Lansing Library petting zoo.
Dion Jones, of The Riegel Farm Complex in University Park, holds a non-poisonous monitor snake for the children, front to back, Messiah Davis, 3, and Seneea Boyd, 7, to touch Wednesday afternoon at the Lansing Public Library petting zoo.
South Suburban Humane Society volunteer, Julianne Watterson talks to a customer at the Society's hosted adoption event held at the Glenwood-Lynwood library on Saturday morning while "Rice," a Chihuahua puppy, stares at a green ball.
Debbie Derk of the South Suburban Humane Society holds "Adam" a Pit Bull mix, while Emily Kleidon, 5, gives him a milk bone treat at an adoption event held at the Glenwood-Lynwood library on Saturday.
Tip-Top riders Emma Johnson, left, and Shannon Lindsay enjoy the last day of the Cedar Lake Summerfest on Sunday afternoon at the town complex.
Steve Anderson shines his customized Chevy Go-Metro, 3-cylinder, automatic, 50 mpg, 1,600 pound street drivable automobile Sunday, the closing day of the Cedar Lake Summerfest.
The Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps is the first walking group in Saturday's Sauk Village-hosted Independence Day parade.
Volunteers walk in Saturday afternoon's Sauk Village-hosted Independence Day parade.
In pink, Stacey James, 4, and Samaria Smith, 5, try to keep the Hula-Hoop going Friday to win a ribbon prize at the Lan-Oak Park hosted Grand Ole Fourth held in Lan-Oak Park.
Nevaeh Garrett, 8, calls "O-61" on Friday night in the Lan Oak Park Pavillion at the Lan-Oak Park District hosted Grand Ole Fourth celebration held at Lan-Oak Park.
Police sit Tuesday outside Walter Watkins' home in the 6700 block of Indi-Illi Parkway in Hammond. Watkins, the superintendent for the School City of Hammond, was severely beaten during a home invasion.
Assistant Head of Youth Services Yolanda Gonzalez hands out craft supplies Monday to the attendees at the Calumet City Library Independence Day craft, "Hooray for the USA."
Makayla Lyons, 7, colors in her Independence Day craft, "Hooray for the USA" at the Calumet City Library Happy Birthday America!
The threat of rain and overcast skies did not deter some fest-goers from attending the St. Andrew's 41st annual Summerfest held in the church parking lot on Saturday evening.
St. Andrew's church cook volunteer, Steve Janakas checks the grilling hot dogs at the 41st annual SumnmerFest in the St. Andrew's church parking lot on Saturday evening.
James Gindl, 82, makes it official by tossing his mortar board tassel to the left at his Thornton Fractional North High School graduation ceremony on Wednesday.
Thornton Fractional North High School Principal Dwayne Evans adjusts the tassel on the mortar board of 82-year-old James Gindl, who was set to graduate in 1952 from the school but instead chose to enlist and fight in the Korean War. A special graduation ceremony took place Wednesday for Gind…
John Ulaszek, right, holds onto and instructs 20 other people as they unfold a 25-by-40-foot American flag in the Ford Hangar at the Lansing Airport on Saturday for the Flag Day Gathering sponsored by the Lansing Veterans Memorial Ceremonial Honor Guard.
Calumet City VFW 8141 member Clyde Toczydlowski, left, and Lansing Veterans Memorial Ceremonial Honor Guard member Dean Castelli spread out American flags, POW/MIA flags and service flags in the Ford Hangar at Lansing Airport on Saturday.
Lansing Boy Scout Troop 276 members, from left, Joseph Boiquaye and Michael Veenstra help John Ulaszek raise a 13-starred American flag during the Flag Day Gathering on Saturday sponsored by the Lansing Veterans Memorial Ceremonial Honor Guard.
Calumet Memorial Park District Youth Camp participants play dodge ball with safe obstacles Monday in the Memorial Park gym.
Ten-year-old Miko Robertson is blindfolded by Calumet Memorial Park District Youth Leader Kathy Gentry for the "blind lifeguard" game during the Youth Camp on Monday at Memorial Park.
Mount Carmel pitcher Marko Boricich delivers against St. Rita in the first inning Saturday.
Mount Carmel fans watch their Caravan lose to St. Rita on Saturday.
St. Rita's Anthony Faron slides safely into home as Mount Carmel catcher Scott Kapers awaits the throw.
St. Rita first baseman Nick Goldsmith catches the ball on a 6-3 putout of Mount Carmel's Jeremy Houston at the Reavis Sectional Saturday.
St. Rita pitcher Mike Costanzo attempts to field a first-inning bunt by Mount Carmel's Malik Carpenter but drops the ball.
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