• Jean Arzbaecher (left), of the brain tumor support group at The Cancer Support Center in Mokena, greets friend Kelly Campbell May 17 before the start of the Walk of Hope fundraiser at Commissioners Park in Frankfort. Photos by Jean Lachat/22nd Century Media

    More than $100,000 raised for The Cancer Support Center

    May 27, 2015 By Tim Hadac, Staff Writer News

    If maintaining a positive attitude helps fight cancer, then the disease was in full retreat May 17 at Commissioners Park in Frankfort.

  • From Paris to Frankfort, OP woman achieves dream

    May 27, 2015 By Rebecca Susmarski, Assistant Editor Life & Arts

    Natalie Kmiec-Doyle has visited a seemingly endless numbers of countries, but she feels most fulfilled when dealing with matters of the home.

  • Toro De Fuego Cantina’s fresh and creamy tableside guacamole ($8.99) can be made as spicy as diners would like with jalapeño, habanero or serrano peppers, or all three. Rebecca Susmarski/22nd Century Media

    Toro De Fuego Cantina thrives on Veracruz influence

    May 27, 2015 By Rebecca Susmarski, Assistant Editor Life & Arts, Dining Out

    It’s safe to say Marcus Mooney prefers more than a little adventure in his food. After all, he once sold a “scorpion dog” for Halloween — a hot dog dressed with actual Thai scorpions.

  • Lincoln-Way East goalkeeper Kim Seper (middle) scrambles to grab a loose ball in the Griffins box May 22 during the regional title game against Stagg. Jon DePaolis/22nd Century Media

    Chargers score PK early, hold off Griffins girls soccer in regional final

    May 27, 2015 By Jon DePaolis, Editor Sports, High School

    One was all Stagg needed.

  • Lincoln-Way East's Jasmine Howell (left) takes the baton from teammate Alexis Pierre-Antoine Saturday, May 23, during the state finals of the 400-meter relay, held at Eastern Illinois University in Charleston. Photos by Clark Brooks/PhotoNews

    East girls track and field wins state title

    May 27, 2015 By Daniel L. Chamness, Staff Writer Sports, High School

    If they keep winning state championships, one day — in the very near future — the Lincoln Way-East girls track and field team will be able to say they won more than just titles.