Ruling Allowing Markham Mayor To Keep Job Despite Previous Felony Conviction Could Pave Way For Other Ex ConsThe Illinois State Supreme Court has ruled the mayor of Markham, a convicted felon, should be allowed to keep his job. What does this mean for other ex cons with friends in high places?
Illinois Supreme Court Rules Markham Mayor Roger Agpawa May Remain In Office Despite Felony ConvictionThe Illinois Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that Markham Mayor Roger Agpawa may remain in office despite a 1999 federal mail fraud conviction – reversing a lower court ruling.
Local Leaders In Markham Urge People To Get COVID-19 Vaccinations Before School StartsIn one south suburban community, leaders spent the day Sunday encouraging residents to get vaccinated against COVID-19 - especially before their kids head back to school.
Legal Battle Keeps Markham Mayor Roger Agpawa From Being Sworn In For Another Term -- Who Is Running The City?Roger Agpawa, the mayor of south suburban Markham, was supposed to be sworn in for a second term on Thursday – but he was not.
Markham Mayor Roger Agpawa Says He's Prepared To Go To Illinois Supreme Court To Fight Ruling He's Ineligible To Hold OfficeEmbattled Markham mayor Roger Agpawa said Sunday that he is prepared to go to the Illinois Supreme Court to stay in office after winning reelection.
Markham Mayor Says His Reelection Campaign Signs Were Defaced And Thrown Away, Pile Of Feces Was Found In Front Of Campaign Office DoorA pile of poop – believed to be human feces – was spotted steps from the front door of Markham Mayor Roger Agpawa’s campaign offices, the city said.
Markham Mayor Roger Agpawa Could Be Booted From Ballot Due To Felony ConvictionA new lawsuit means the mayor of Markham could get booted from the ballot in April due to a felony conviction.