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Ginger Brashinger~For Sun-Times Media Updated: December 12, 2013 9:33PM Mokena resident Danielle Smith is a young woman who has achieved a lot of firsts. Smith, 21, on Friday will become the first student in the 68-year history of Roosevelt
Previously, bowlers were awarded a 300 ring on a one per-year basis. The decree will be retroactive to sanctioned bowlers who already received a 300 ring during their careers. Rings for 800 and 900 series also will be reduced to once-in-a-liftime
Donald Walsh A Will County judge will decide whether a recording of a Frankfort police officer threatening a woman whom he allegedly attacked a month later can be used as evidence at his trial. The trial of Officer Donald Walsh on charges of
Ave., Frankfort, was expected to plead guilty Thursday morning to theft. When he didn't show, Special Prosecutor Dave Neal asked Judge Robert Livas to give Moustis another court date instead of issuing a warrant for his arrest. Neal said Moustis was
Homeowners Conrad and Lu Essington escaped with only their lives after taking shelter in the basement during the storm. Supplied photo Updated: November 20, 2013 6:36PM Matt and Yvette Hodges knew a tornado was possibly headed toward Mokena on Sunday.
A Frankfort Square man convicted of a hate crime against his former neighbors earlier this year has had problems with his new neighbors as well, police said...Emerald Court, was arrested by Will County Sheriff's police Nov. 9 on a charge of battery.
The Matejka family, parents Lori and Brian with their children Ryan and Maddie, want Mokena schools in District 159 to be peanut-free after Maddie had a severe reaction in her third-grade classroom. Susan DeMar Lafferty~Sun-Times Media Updated:
November 6, 2013 1:46PM A man accused of racially harassing his former neighbors in Mokena has pleaded guilty to a hate crime...Cyplik, 28, who previously lived at 11619 Seminole Court, Mokena, was arrested on the hate crime charge in June.
Tony Balsamo has retired after 25 years with the Worth Police Department. Steve Metsch~Sun-Times Media After 25 years in law enforcement in Worth, Tony Balsamo has decided to pull the pin...But, apparently, one can take a guy out of the police
November 4, 2013 7:09PM Is south suburban mom Megan Fox on a campaign to make the Orland Park Public Library safer for patrons, as she insists? Or is she on an all-out drive to malign the facility, as library officials contend?