Friday, October 2, 2015

Story Round-Up: Features in The Herald-News, Sept. 27 through Oct. 2

All-righty, here we go!

Below are cover stories and the link to the feature briefs and event calendars, which I write/edit. The fourth calendar, Gotta Do It, runs each Sunday and often stays on the home page through the week.

The link to features briefs and calendars:

Great stuff happening in the Joliet area by some outstanding people. See below:

Volunteers maintain gardens at Joliet Area Community Hospice (VIDEO EXTRA)

Part of compassionate care for the dying and their families is adding beauty and serenity. Meet some of the dedicated people who do just that - with so many video clips, you'll swear you were touring the gardens.

An Extraordinary Life: Joliet composer, writer and painter was a good artist and a great man

Robert Baher never pursed a professional career as an artist, but his legacy lives in in perpetuity to bless another who will.

Newly retired addictions counselor at Joleit treatment center shares evolutions in treatment

Virginia Brocks speaks as a recovering alcoholic, too, on everything from alcohol addiction to heroin.

New Catholic high school in Frankfort offers high quality, affordable options

It's a college prep program with an emphasis on academics, theology, liberal arts, and character development. It's missing a few mainstays at most high schools, on purpose. Read on!

House band for Plainfield club plays in and out of the house  (VIDEO EXTRA)

Accomplished musicians every one, these guys just want their audience to have a good time.

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