• LTHS volleyball player Carissa Bonfiglio was nominated for Athlete of the Year. 22nd Century Media File Photo

    Publisher announces Athlete of the Year competition

    February 4, 2016 By Bill Jones, Managing Editor Sports, High School

    Every week, all seven of 22nd Century Media’s southwest suburban publications feature an Athlete of the Week.

  • The Godfather ($7.49) at Submarina in Tinley Park features ham, prosciutto, capocolla, salami, pepperoni and provolone cheese. Michael Gilbert/22nd Century Media

    West Coast’s Submarina looks to become mainstay in Tinley

    February 2, 2016 By Michael Gilbert, Contributing Editor Life & Arts, Dining Out

    Tinley Park appears more than willing to welcome with open arms a California-based sub sandwich franchise that previously had no ties to the Midwest.

  • Goodings Grove third- and fourth-graders perform in the annual musical “We Haz Jazz” Friday, Jan. 29, in the school auditorium. Laurie Fanelli/ 22nd Century Media

    Goodings Grove students sing, dance, ‘Haz Jazz’

    February 2, 2016 By Connor Relyea, Staff Writer Life & Arts

    As parents filled the Goodings Grove School gymnasium, jazz music played in the background and historical facts about the genre  were projected onto the wall.

  • The first Nicholas A. Morice Award recipient Brendan Murphy (left) spends time with Kody Morice, whose brother Nicholas died in 2008. Photos submitted

    Nicholas A. Morice Award honors LTHS athletes for positive impact on youth

    February 2, 2016 By Jennifer Nunez, Staff Writer News

    While an athlete’s success is generally measured by his or her abilities on the field, the Morice and Passaglia families believe what makes a good athlete great is their character.

  • Lockport Police officer Chris Neyhart (left) patrols the city Jan. 27 with the Rev. Ernest Jones, who joined the Lockport Police Department as chaplain last month. Paul Bergstrom/22nd Century Media

    New police chaplain looks to bring police, community together

    February 2, 2016 By Elissa Chudwin, Editor News

    Although the Rev. Ernest Jones is used to public speaking, he was nervous when he was sworn in Jan. 20 as a police chaplain for the Lockport Police Department.

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