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Mike Mantucca / For Sun-Times Media Lockport's Noah Masa was cruising Friday on the mound...And watching from the dugout, he knew with one swing the Porters were in a good place...That's extra cushion (the grand slam), and my guys are doing their job
After leaning heavily the past few seasons on explosive hitter Austin Overby now at Ball State Lincoln-Way Central spread the wealth and battered visiting Joliet Catholic on the opening day of the boys volleyball season. Adam Sargis recorded five
The First Midwest Bank building on the southwest corner of Ottawa and Jefferson streets in Joliet is one potential site for a new Will County courthouse. Susan DeMar Lafferty~Sun-Times Media Updated: March 20, 2014 7:57PM In a long-awaited and much-
March 10, 2014 2:08PM A pedestrian died Monday afternoon after being struck by a Metra train in New Lenox, according to the rail agency. Officials halted all trains on the Rock Island District line after inbound train No.
Host Sandburg broke open a tight SouthWest Suburban Blue game in the fourth quarter on the strength of a 20-8 surge, fueled by Niko Kogionis and Niko Cahue. The Eagles (8-12, 4-5) and the Steelmen (13-8, 5-4) were tied at 35 before Kogionis buried a
Metra trains were experiencing scattered delays during the evening commute Monday as the agency continued to warn commuters they may have longer waits because of the extreme cold. But Metra said it still hoped there will be no cancellations or other
The Associated Press The Associated Press 1 hour ago A rail official says 14 passengers were injured when a commuter train hit a "bumping post" at a downtown Chicago station, the second such accident of the day. Michael Gillis is a spokesman for
Waste Management plans to resume garbage and recycling pickups Tuesday, so they will run one day late this week, the city announced Monday...The Joliet Public Library announced Sunday that it had decided not to open the doors Monday.
So losing the set in a 25-10 blowout to rival Providence, it came down to one thing above all else...We let the focus get away that first set so we had to match Providence's fire...Executing down the stretch in the second set and dominating the third,
Banged-up Lincoln-Way East recovered from last week's 12-3 loss to Bolingbrook and will head into the postseason with a head of steam after dismantling the winless Steelmen Saturday afternoon in Joliet. The Griffins (7-2 overall, 5-2 in the Southwest