Homewood-Flossmoor (7-6, 4-1), entered Friday’s SouthWest Suburban Blue battle at Bolingbrook atop the SWS Blue standings.
Late Friday night, the Vikings returned home still in first place but saddled with their first conference defeat. Bolingbrook (7-5, 3-1), led by junior guard Devon Sams’ third-quarter explosion, ambushed the Vikings, 65-55, to pull within a half-game of the league lead.
H-F went on an 8-0 run to cut a 14-point Bolingbrook lead to 36-30 with 3:36 left in the third quarter. Sams, recently returning from a knee injury, along with 6-foot-4 junior Dimitri Akenten (nine points, seven rebounds), ignited a 17-4 Raider run that concluded in the fourth quarter.
Ald. Walter Burnett says nothing nefarious about how he spent unaccounted for $165K — otherwise, ‘I’d be in jail’
“My accountant and my lawyers are working on that. It’s fine. It hasn’t gone anywhere. We’ve just got to reconcile it. And it will be reconciled,” Burnett said Thursday.
You can move through this list to highlight some key places and events in the city’s LGBTQ communities and history.
The harsh ruling followed days of uncertainty over whether Weiss’ trial will commence more than two-and-a-half years after his indictment in the case that brought down state Rep. Luis Arroyo.
69-year-old mother of five caught in crossfire in Auburn Gresham. ‘How does this happen to somebody like my mom?’
Gale Stephen was driving through the Auburn Gresham neighborhood, someone began firing toward a nearby gas station, and the 69-year-old was caught in the crossfire.
Eight-year-old Cooper Roberts was left paralyzed from the waist down after the Highland Park July 4 parade shooting.