Local Voices: How You Can Blog for Patch

Have something to say? Find out how you can share your views with readers and see who else in the community is blogging.

Do you belong to a local group and want to tell the community about upcoming activities? Are you well-versed in a certain hobby and you want to share your knowledge? Or do you just have an opinion you want to get off your chest?

One of the best ways for Frankfort residents to get their voices heard is by blogging for Patch in our Local Voices section. This is where readers come together and share wha's going on in their lives and in the lives of the people in their corners of the community.

Take a look at the lineup of some of the bloggers who have recently signed up.


, assistant director of community relations for Lincoln-Way School District 210, updates what's going on with the students, faculties and staffs at and .


, a member of the Will County Board, and , the board's spokesman, write about what's happening with the governmental body from two different perspectives.


discusses issues like energy consumption and green living.

Local Sports 

, who works with the , blogs about the organization that brings sports and recreation activities to people with special needs in the community.


, owner of , gives you the inside track on what's available at her Harlem Avenue shop and telling you about upcoming sales and discounts. 

Arts and Entertainment

, who you might know as the athletics director of Lincoln-Way East High School, posts his original poetry at Frankfort Patch. Did you know he has also published two books of poetry?

Now it's your turn. Go here for an easy way to get started blogging or e-mail Frankfort Patch local editor Joe Vince. Once you've set up your blog, all you'll need to is write. No topic is too small--or too big--for a blog. Here's your chance to let people know what's on your mind.


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