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Food pantry at Hines VA Hospital
helps veterans
Group aims to bring Little
League back to Maywood
MAYWOOD | Rev. Billy
Fowlkes stood behind
the backstop at Winfield
Scott Park on 17th
Avenue and Maywood
Drive one recent Sunday
afternoon and peered out
at the baseball field.
District 209 board
fires Boyce
PROVISO | The Proviso Township District 209
Board of Education voted to fire Proviso East boys
head basketball coach Donnie Boyce during its
meeting last Tuesday night.....
MAYWOOD | Area military veterans
who’ve served the nation with
honor and distinction are now
being served in western Cook
County by the Greater Chicago
Food Depository.
  Last November, the Food
Depository opened up a pantry at
Hines VA Hospital that provides
veterans free groceries each week
to veterans who live below the
poverty line, are on a fixed or low
income.....
Two life-long Proviso
residents join incumbent

in run for D209 board
PROVISO |  Three Proviso residents, known as the
Children First Party, have thrown their hat into the ring
in a bid for the April 7, 2015 election for the Proviso
Township High School District 209 Board of Education.
Three slots are up on the board, with one incumbent
stepping down....
Meet Berkeley’s new  
fire chief
BERKELEY | Michael Kuryla is the village of Berkeley’s
new fire chief, but he’s well-known within the area
firefighting community.
St. Joseph
in supers;
3 former Pirates
in NCAA tourney
By MIKE SANDROLINI

WESTCHESTER | Gene
Pingatore, the all-time victories
leader among boys basketball
coaches in Illinois high school
history, and his Chargers have
won games in every
way imaginable....  
March Madness
winding down
locally
St. Joseph plays in
sectionals this week;
Proviso schools end season


By Mike Sandrolini

PROVISO | College
basketball’s March Madness
is beginning to get under
way, but March Madness for
area high schools is
winding down.  The boys
team at St. Joseph High
School in Westchester was
the only West Suburban
Journal area club still alive
in postseason play going
into this week....