Always in fashion


Fashionette has been dealing in ‘classy classics’ for 65 years by Carrie Steinweg This article is part of a series featuring businesses that have at least a 50-year history in Lansing. To submit a local business for consideration, email The Lansing Journal. LANSING, Ill. (March 2018) – Jackie Protsman describes her mother, Florence Aumick, as … Read more

Village seeking more applicants

Soon-to-be-formed Human Relations Commission needs wider representation by Ashlee De Wit LANSING, Ill. (March 2018) – Ten Lansing residents have submitted applications for the Human Relations Commission so far, but Director of Communications Ken Reynolds would like to see many more completed before the interview process begins. The application was released to the public at … Read more

St. Patrick’s Day traditions

reflections of an Irish granddaughter by Katie Arvia LANSING, Ill. (March 2018) – Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day. A celebration famous for green beer, corned beef and cabbage, and parades, St. Patty’s is celebrated by people around the world, especially in Chicago. With many long-standing traditions in the city, Chicago is home to … Read more

South Suburban College Bulldogs win NJCAA Region IV-District 4 championship

Men’s basketball team defeats Morton College information provided by South Suburban College SOUTH HOLLAND, Ill. (March 12, 2018) – South Suburban College defeated Morton College 76-67 on Saturday, March 10, to win the NJCAA Region IV-District 4 Championship. They will play in the NJCAA Division II National Championship Tournament in Danville, Illinois. The tournament runs from … Read more