Worth residents salute impact of late Frank Bonham

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By Joe Boyle Frank Bonham left a legacy and a lot of smiles with Worth residents who knew him. Bonham, 93, died March 28 after serving the community of Worth for 52 years. The U.S. Navy veteran was a bricklayer foreman for 42 years. He began his long affiliation with the village with the Worth…

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High School Football Wrap: Chicago Christian rolls behind two Lukes

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By Jason Maholy Sports Editor Chicago Christian picked up where they left off in the spring — scoring points, playing tough defense and winning, opening the season with a 50-8 pounding of Noble/Hansberry in Paolos Heights. Luke Jelderks and Luke Edgar both ran for two touchdowns in the first quarter to help stake the Knights…

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Worth police partner with Dunkin’ to aid Special Olympics

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By Kelly White Local police could be found hanging out at the local doughnut shop Friday morning, but it was for a good cause. Worth police officers were happy to once again be mingling with residents after taking last year off due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Officers gathered Friday morning at Dunkin’ Donuts, 6707 W.…

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Coffee for Champions Friday morning at Dunkin’ Donuts

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By Bob Bong Local police will all be hanging out at Dunkin’ Donuts across the south and southwest suburbs on Friday to raise money for the Special Olympics. The event formerly known as Cop on a Rooftop has been rebranded Coffee for Champions and will take place from 5 a.m. to noon Friday. Coffee for…

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