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Bianca St-Georges provides the only scoring in the Red Stars' 1-0 win over Racing Louisville Sept. 30 in Bridgeview. Photo by Jeff Vorva

Pro Soccer Report | Red Stars not done yet after win over Louisville

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Spread the loveBy Jeff Vorva Staff Writer On the same night the Chicago Cubs were eliminated from MLB playoff contention, the Chicago Red Stars were staying alive in the race for the final NWSL postseason berth. The Stars entered action last weekend in 12th and last place, but with three games remaining still had a…

Ulises Cardenas, a senior basketball player at Evergreen Park, is collecting pop tabs to help the Ronald McDonald House. Photo courtesy of Evergreen Park High School

Area Sports Roundup | Evergreen Park athlete seeking 1M pop tabs; Mights Macs win ASICS tourney

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Spread the loveBy Jeff Vorva Staff Writer Before he starts collecting points and rebounds, Evergreen Park senior hoops player Ulises Cardenas is collecting pop tabs. Cardenas is on a mission to collect 1 million tabs to help raise money for the Ronald McDonald House in Oak Lawn and Ronald McDonald House Charities of Chicagoland and…

SXU women's volleyball coach Bob Heersema recently won his 800th career match. Photo courtesy of Saint Xavier University Department of Athletics

Mr. 800 | Saint Xavier women’s volleyball coach Bob Heersema attains milestone win

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Spread the loveBy Jeff Vorva Staff Writer A few trips around the baseball field in 1988 produced one of the greatest legacies in NAIA women’s volleyball history. Then-Saint Xavier Athletic Director John Morrey tried to coax women’s assistant volleyball coach Bob Heersema to lead the program. Heersema was reluctant. He wasn’t sure he was ready…

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Football | Big 2nd half leads Eisenhower past Argo

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Spread the loveBy Mike Walsh Correspondent One Argo player wore purple spikes. Another had a purple sleeve on his right arm. All the players wore tape of that color on their wrists. The Argonauts donned purple for their South Suburban Red matchup with Eisenhower on Sept. 29 to honor the life of Phillip Rossburg Sr.,…

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Football Wrap | Richards rolling through SSC Red; Sandburg tops H-F in OT

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Spread the loveBy Mike Walsh Correspondent Richards coach Tony Sheehan knew he had to be patient as his Bulldogs experienced a tough start to the season, dropping their first two games by a combined score of 76-14. With a team largely composed of players getting their first taste of varsity football, Sheehan knew better time…

Marist running back John McAuliffe scores the first touchdown of the night during the RedHawks’ 21-20 loss to Joliet Catholic on Sept. 29. Photo by Xavier Sanchez

Football | JCA rallies past Marist

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Spread the loveBy Xavier Sanchez Correspondent Losers of three consecutive games and needing a victory over Joliet Catholic to keep its IHSA playoff hopes alive, Marist was ready for the Hilltoppers. But JCA withstood a fast start by the RedHawks and scored late in the fourth quarter to rally for a 21-20 win on Sept.…

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‘Senior Only’ driver’s license services available at SeatGeek Stadium

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Spread the love. The Office of the Secretary of State has opened a limited time “Senior Only” walk-in center at SeatGeek Stadium located at 7000 S. Harlem Avenue in Bridgeview. The walk-in center will be available through December 31st and is the latest senior-targeted addition to the newly launched Skip-the-Line program designed to reduce wait…

Evergreen Park resident Claudia Parker created a documentary focusing on her daughter Rhonda-Rene's rare disease and how the family has dealt with the disorder.

Evergreen Park resident creates doc on family

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Spread the loveDaughter’s rare disease is main subject of film By Joe Boyle Evergreen Park resident Claudia Parker was not sure where to turn when it came to the health of her infant daughter. Parker knew that something was not right with Rhonda-Rene and continued to bring it to the attention of doctors, who would…

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Clear-Ridge Reporter and NewsHound September 27, 2023

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Churches will conduct pet blessings

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Spread the love. By Kathy Headley Your correspondent in Chicago Lawn and Marquette Manor 6610 S. Francisco • (773) 776-7778 . During the first week in October, Christian churches around the world celebrate the feast day (Oct. 4) of St. Francis of Assisi by holding the Blessing of the Animals. This dates back 900 years.…

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Bianca St-Georges provides the only scoring in the Red Stars' 1-0 win over Racing Louisville Sept. 30 in Bridgeview. Photo by Jeff Vorva

Pro Soccer Report | Red Stars not done yet after win over Louisville

Spread the love

Spread the loveBy Jeff Vorva Staff Writer On the same night the Chicago Cubs were eliminated from MLB playoff contention, the Chicago Red Stars were staying alive in the race for the final NWSL postseason berth. The Stars entered action last weekend in 12th and last place, but with three games remaining still had a…

Ulises Cardenas, a senior basketball player at Evergreen Park, is collecting pop tabs to help the Ronald McDonald House. Photo courtesy of Evergreen Park High School

Area Sports Roundup | Evergreen Park athlete seeking 1M pop tabs; Mights Macs win ASICS tourney

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Spread the loveBy Jeff Vorva Staff Writer Before he starts collecting points and rebounds, Evergreen Park senior hoops player Ulises Cardenas is collecting pop tabs. Cardenas is on a mission to collect 1 million tabs to help raise money for the Ronald McDonald House in Oak Lawn and Ronald McDonald House Charities of Chicagoland and…

SXU women's volleyball coach Bob Heersema recently won his 800th career match. Photo courtesy of Saint Xavier University Department of Athletics

Mr. 800 | Saint Xavier women’s volleyball coach Bob Heersema attains milestone win

Spread the love

Spread the loveBy Jeff Vorva Staff Writer A few trips around the baseball field in 1988 produced one of the greatest legacies in NAIA women’s volleyball history. Then-Saint Xavier Athletic Director John Morrey tried to coax women’s assistant volleyball coach Bob Heersema to lead the program. Heersema was reluctant. He wasn’t sure he was ready…

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Football | Big 2nd half leads Eisenhower past Argo

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Spread the loveBy Mike Walsh Correspondent One Argo player wore purple spikes. Another had a purple sleeve on his right arm. All the players wore tape of that color on their wrists. The Argonauts donned purple for their South Suburban Red matchup with Eisenhower on Sept. 29 to honor the life of Phillip Rossburg Sr.,…

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Football Wrap | Richards rolling through SSC Red; Sandburg tops H-F in OT

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Spread the loveBy Mike Walsh Correspondent Richards coach Tony Sheehan knew he had to be patient as his Bulldogs experienced a tough start to the season, dropping their first two games by a combined score of 76-14. With a team largely composed of players getting their first taste of varsity football, Sheehan knew better time…

Marist running back John McAuliffe scores the first touchdown of the night during the RedHawks’ 21-20 loss to Joliet Catholic on Sept. 29. Photo by Xavier Sanchez

Football | JCA rallies past Marist

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Spread the loveBy Xavier Sanchez Correspondent Losers of three consecutive games and needing a victory over Joliet Catholic to keep its IHSA playoff hopes alive, Marist was ready for the Hilltoppers. But JCA withstood a fast start by the RedHawks and scored late in the fourth quarter to rally for a 21-20 win on Sept.…

GSWNH_StadiumDMV_100623

‘Senior Only’ driver’s license services available at SeatGeek Stadium

Spread the love

Spread the love. The Office of the Secretary of State has opened a limited time “Senior Only” walk-in center at SeatGeek Stadium located at 7000 S. Harlem Avenue in Bridgeview. The walk-in center will be available through December 31st and is the latest senior-targeted addition to the newly launched Skip-the-Line program designed to reduce wait…

Evergreen Park resident Claudia Parker created a documentary focusing on her daughter Rhonda-Rene's rare disease and how the family has dealt with the disorder.

Evergreen Park resident creates doc on family

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Spread the loveDaughter’s rare disease is main subject of film By Joe Boyle Evergreen Park resident Claudia Parker was not sure where to turn when it came to the health of her infant daughter. Parker knew that something was not right with Rhonda-Rene and continued to bring it to the attention of doctors, who would…

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Clear-Ridge Reporter and NewsHound September 27, 2023

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Kathy Headley

Churches will conduct pet blessings

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Spread the love. By Kathy Headley Your correspondent in Chicago Lawn and Marquette Manor 6610 S. Francisco • (773) 776-7778 . During the first week in October, Christian churches around the world celebrate the feast day (Oct. 4) of St. Francis of Assisi by holding the Blessing of the Animals. This dates back 900 years.…

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