Alex Ford (second from right) and his band, Arbor Creek, kicked off its Midwestern tour Saturday, March 18. The band also includes (left to right) Frank Dvorak on drums, Jared Bebee on keyboard, Larry Huff as lead guitarist and David Drilling on guitar and lead vocals. Paul Bergstrom/22nd Century Media
Holly Clement has only been the head cheerleading coach at Providence for two weeks, but she’s already getting plenty of practice rooting on the Celtics.
Clement, who took over the squad on March 9, is the wife of the one the Celtics’ assistant hockey coaches and has a son on the team. And with the team’s deep run through the state tournament, she’s had plenty of time to put her Providence pride into action.
March 22, 2017By Erin Redmond, Assistant EditorLife & Arts
Even as her long locks hit the floor, Shay Bragg was smiling.
For a high school girl, long hair is a prized possession, but Bragg drew strength from her best friend Adrianna Fernandes. And when it was all done, Fernandes is the first person she ran to.
Lockport mayor Steven Streit, who was elected in 2013, is seeking re-election in the upcoming April 4 race. Photo submitted
People have been telling Joey Jeraminas he should run for Mayor of Lockport for years.
He decided this year’s April 4 Consolidated Election was the time to take their advice and put his name on the ballot.
Skylar Aguilar is a senior at Lockport Township High School and a member of the girls track team.
How did you start running track?
My freshman year, I actually didn’t run track. Then I met my coach, and he introduced me to a couple of the girls, and then I became friends with the girls before I actually started running. When I met them, I was like, “I have to join and be around these girls more.”
In an effort to expand their impact, the 100+ Women Who Care groups of Will County and the Greater Will County out of Plainfield have combined forces. The organization will now serve all of Will County.