Boutique owners (left to right) Rae Vegetabile, Debbie Bell, Christina Bergbower and Gloria Ursich gather for a photo Nov. 8 during the grand opening for To the Nines on 9th and Briosa Boutique in Lockport. Photos by Max Lapthorne/22nd Century Media
There are three things all successful restaurants must have, according to Emilio Musa: great food, good customer service and a clean restaurant.
Nesreen Abulaban (left) and Cheryl Neylon, both of Homer Glen, look at dresses Abulaban designed at the Homer Glen Junior Woman’s Club Sip & Shop fundraiser Friday, Nov. 10, at Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5788 in Lockport. Mary Compton/22nd Century Media
It all came down to one-hundreth of a second.
Lockport and Sandburg were neck and neck heading into the final event of the IHSA Lockport Sectional — and they ended the same way.
Lockport resident David Neff takes part in the Mayor’s Veteran Story Contest Saturday, Nov. 11, during the City of Lockport 2017 Veterans Day Ceremony at the Lockport VFW Post 5788. Photos by Mary Compton/22nd Century Media
November 13, 2017By Amanda Del Buono, Freelance ReporterNews
Since 1954, when President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed legislation to change Armistice Day to Veterans Day to pay homage to those who served in all U.S. conflicts, the country has held strong to this day of honor and remembrance.
Ola Skibicki is a sophomore at Lockport Township. She placed 15th at the Class 3A Edwardsville Sectional on Oct. 28 to help lead the Porter girls cross country team to their ninth consecutive state appearance earlier this month.