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April 17, 2014 11:17AM A former Lincoln-Way High School volunteer gymnastics coach on Thursday pleaded not guilty in Will County Court to allegedly having sex with a student. Isaac Kruspe, 20, of Mokena, has been charged with criminal sexual assault
The continually rising cost of getting Lake Michigan water from Chicago has so riled Mokena Village Trustee Don Labriola that he hopes to create a Suburban Water Task Force of local officials and residents to discuss their options.
Susan DeMar Lafferty/Sun Times Media Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln welcomed foreign visitors to downtown Frankfort on Saturday afternoon, giving them a taste of small-town Americana and putting Lincoln Highway towns on the global traveler's map. A
August Deuser Supplied photo Updated: March 18, 2014 6:40PM Three Republicans and two Democrats are vying for the opportunity to represent the 37th House District with the pending retirement of current state Rep. Renee Kosel, R-New Lenox.
August Deuser Supplied photo With the retirement of veteran state Rep. Renee Kosel, R-New Lenox, five candidates hope to fill the vacancy she leaves after serving 18 years. In the March 18 primary election, three Republicans are vying for the 37th
Supplied Photo After a $15,000 search for a new police chief, Mokena found one right next door. Tinley Park Police Deputy Chief Steven Vaccaro is expected to be appointed as the new chief at Monday's village board, at the same time village officials
Tim Jordan, the manager at Buffalo Wild Wings in Frankfort, said the restaurant can fry up as many as 400 wings every 15 minutes. Erin Gallagher~For Sun-Times Media Updated: February 3, 2014 7:23PM Despite the mountains of accumulated snow, tricky
Pam (from left), Daniel and Amy DePalma play the board game Give Me 5 at their Mokena home on Friday, Dec...Frank Vaisvilas~For Sun-Times Media Pamela DePalma moved to the Phoenix area from Mokena three years ago for better services for her son
Jaime Angio/For Sun-Times Media Tis the season for giving, however, two local churches see no season for a reason...Elizabeth Seton in Naperville joined forces this weekend for a mission trip to Washington, Ill., to help clean up the debris that
Harker Pumping Station, Thursday, December 5th, 2013, in Oak Lawn. Gary Middendorf~For Sun-Times Media Updated: December 20, 2013 10:30PM Legislators in Springfield and Washington, D.C., could learn a lesson or two from Southland leaders, who were