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As snow removal costs escalated and revenues fell in recent years, the village had to use the motor fuel tax earmarked for road improvements to fund ordinary maintenance costs, Village Engineer Paul Pearson said at the April 8 Village Board meeting.
George Venturella, from Cait's Cart resale shop, is seen with a desk at the store in Mokena. Matt Marton~Sun-Times Media Updated: April 8, 2013 11:48AM Count a Frankfort family among the Internet entrepreneurs who have expanded their businesses to
Frank Fleischer With Mokena Mayor Joe Werner having withdrawn months ago from Tuesday's election, leaving the mayoral race uncontested, the focus has been on the races for village trustee. Werner, who decided not to seek a third term for family and
Monday, shutting down service on the Rock Island Line for one hour during the morning rush. The fatality occurred about a half-mile east of Schoolhouse Road, in an area where there is no street crossing, after Metra's train No. New Lenox and was en
The fifth annual "Men Who Cook" will run from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Pipe Fitters' Training Center Local Union 597 at 10850 W...Proceeds will benefit the nonprofit Will County Children's Advocacy Center. "There's so much food," said Charles Pelkie,
The village has implemented what's estimated to be a seven-year program to deal with the dead or dying trees. "To date, 600 ash trees have been removed by the combined effort of our contractor and village staff," said village spokesman Joe La Margo. "
Joseph Messina in January was found guilty of three counts of aggravated assault stemming from a fight outside a Mokena bar that left Eric Bartels with severe traumatic brain injury. In a motion for a new trial, his lawyers have asserted that witness
March 6, 2013 4:08PM Matt Lulinski was the type of kid who liked to help people. A freshman at Eastern Illinois University, he was studying to be a nurse...The 18-year-old son of Tom and Marianne Lulinski, of Mokena, died suddenly early Sunday
The robber entered the First Midwest Bank branch at 167th Street and 80th Avenue at around 10:15 a.m. Feb. 26 and fled west from the bank on foot, probably to a car, said Tinley Park Police Cmdr. Steve Vaccaro. "We got there pretty quick, and he was
Presence Health is the name of the healthcare system formed by the merger of St. Mary's old corporate parent, Provena Health, of Mokena, and its new partner, Resurrection Health Care, of Chicago, in 2011. While the merger was finalized over the past