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Less than a week after he was shot in the leg, an 18-year-old Chicago man was arrested at a Bradley hotel after police found ammunition and drugs in his room...Crayton Jr., was arrested by Bradley police early Saturday morning after officers were
A 72-year-old west Kankakee man was found dead in his attic Thursday afternoon, possibly because of the extreme heat, Kankakee County Coroner Bob Gessner said...Gessner said temperatures in the attic were in the 130- to 140-degree range Thursday...
Aquinas Catholic Academy has a familiar face in a new place this school year. Dana Berg, a teacher and the school's assistant principal last year, is the Kankakee school's new principal, replacing the retired Sister Nancy Gannon, who had been
The second installment of Kankakee County property taxes are due Sept. 4...Also electronic payments ($1 fee) and credit payments are available (directions are on the back of your tax bill). If you mail in your payment and want a receipt, please
After about a nearly two-year absence from Watseka, Berkot's Super Foods is set to return to the Iroquois County community with plans to buy out one of its competitors, Quality Supermarket. Berkot's will be moving into the Big R complex in the 1100
Valerie Jensen of Tiskilwa (left) and Laurie Bonucci of Princeton stand near the barn quilt displays at the Bureau County Fairgrounds. Eight Bureau County women have come together with the same enthusiasm to implement a barn quilt trail throughout
Going back to college is always a little easier with a scholarship to cushion the financial burden, and six area students got that boost from their local bank. Peoples Banks of Kankakee County named its six scholarship winners at a recent luncheon.
Truck and tractor pull on Thursday night, two days of demolition derbies on Friday and Saturday, rodeo on Sunday, carnival, livestock, exhibits, children's ping-pong drop, baby contest, chili cook off, live stage entertainment including Black
Kankakee County has a fertile agriculture industry and is working to stabilize and grow its manufacturing and construction industries. Now the county is attempting to nurture another industry: Entertainment. Specifically, film and television
The Chicago Bears just completed their 12th training camp at Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais and made a commitment for another nine summers. While the contract extension was greeted with sighs of relief and smiles, the question that still