Robbers Target 2 Lyons Township HS Students: PolicePolice in LaGrange and Western Springs are looking for two men who held up students from Lyons Township High School late last week.
Surveillance Cameras May Help Stop String Of Western Springs Break-InsFour home break-ins have happened in the western suburban community since Dec. and police may be on to those responsible.
Orland Park Showing Patrons The Value Of LibrariesWhen you take out a book, a DVD, or some other material, you’ll get a receipt that not only tells you when the material is due back, but that gives you the value of the item you borrowed.
Bloomingdale Police Officer Dies In CrashPolice said the officer lost control of his squad car and slammed into a light pole and light box at Army Trail Road and Cardinal Avenue around 9:30 p.m.
Oak Forest Clarifies Council's Written Question PolicyThere is a new written policy for Oak Forest City Council meetings: All questions from the public must be put in writing.
New Mental Health Hospital To Be Built, Lessen Burden On Will County JailPlans are in the works to build a new, 100-bed mental health hospital in southwest suburban New Lenox to serve people in Will and Grundy Counties.
Backpage Executives Decline To Testify On Child Sex Trafficking took down its adult advertising section this week, and officials declined to testify before a U.S. Senate subcommittee, in the face of a blistering report accusing the website of facilitating child sex trafficking.
Mom, 2 Kids Found Dead In Apparent Murder-SuicideA mother and her two children were found dead in their home in northwest suburban Lake in the Hills on Tuesday afternoon, in what authorities said appears to be a murder-suicide.
Tuesday Classes Canceled At St. Charles East H.S., Amid Possible Norovirus OutbreakThere were 800 absences, out of 2,500 students, a spokesperson for St. Charles School District 303 said.
Durbin Warns Against Confirmation Hearings Before FBI Vets NomineesSenate confirmation hearings have been scheduled this week for some of the nominees for President-elect Donald Trump’s cabinet, but Illinois’ senior senator was warning Republicans to slow down.
CTA Gets $1.1 Billion In Federal Funds For Red, Brown, Purple LinesPresident Barack Obama has approved nearly $1.1 billion in federal grant funding for the CTA to improve sections of the Red, Brown, and Purple lines on the North Side.
Film Buffs Can Help Mark Cinematic Milestones At The Oak Lawn LibraryOn a Saturday every month, starting Jan. 14, “Cineversary” will honor a range of movies, starting with "Reservoir Dogs."

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