Chicago is famous — or infamous — for many things.
Lockport police officer Debbie Schenk (middle) shows Special Olympians John Sola (left) and Rikki Kirsch the car she will be racing at the Five-0 at the Dirty O race. Photos by Mary Compton/22nd Century Media
Jaclyn Greci’s success as a runner can be traced all the way back to the playground.
Proceeds collected from the Historic John Lane Days, which included a fundraising concert for the first time in 2018, will support renovating the barn on the property and transforming it into an educational center for the community. Laurie Fanelli/22nd Century Media
July 17, 2018By Laurie Fanelli, Freelance ReporterNews
Having just celebrated its third year, Historic John Lane Days is becoming one of the most anticipated local events of the summer, as it combines history and family fun while raising money to preserve a Lockport landmark.
After spending a month of my summer studying in Europe traveling to Paris, London, and Rome and exploring new things while living off pizza and pasta, I now find myself at The Lockport Legend as the new editorial intern to keep my adventurous summer alive.