The collection of lights and figures was estimated to be worth $15,000, police say.
A Plainfield family thought there would be no Christmas decorations on the house this year with dad serving overseas, but a suburban Christmas store heard about his deployment and stepped in.
What started out as juvenile pranks turned a bit more serious in the northern suburbs. Police in Lindenhurst said four teenagers are in big trouble, suspected of going on a holiday vandalism spree.
Though the Christmas holiday is getting nearer, vandals and pranksters haven’t displayed a holiday spirit. Communities around Chicago have reported acts of theft and vandalism to Christmas displays recently.
An allergist offers tips on how to pack up your Christmas decorations to avoid packing in dust and other irritants.
A Hoffman Estates family is trying to find their Christmas spirit again after a mean prank destroyed a holiday display 24 years in the making.