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  • Blotter: Public urination, stolen tools and more in Elmhurst

    Blotter: Public urination, stolen tools and more in Elmhurst
    The following information was taken from Elmhurst police reports: A 56-year-old Elmhurst man was charged May 26 with disorderly conduct-befouling property. He was observed urinating in the alley at York and Schiller Streets. A 46-year-old...
  • For retired police officer, Father's Day an affair of the heart

    For retired police officer, Father's Day an affair of the heart
    The Illinois State Police captain was used to taking command in high-profile cases, among them overseeing dozens of officers in the investigation that led to the arrest of former Bolingbrook police Sgt. Drew Peterson. But in September, when a life-...
  • Suit filed in wake of concealed carry permit rejection

    Suit filed in wake of concealed carry permit rejection
    A Joliet man has filed a lawsuit against a firearms instructor after his application for a concealed carry permit was rejected by state police and the instructor’s accreditation was revoked. The lawsuit, filed April 4 by John P. Ambrose in Cook...
  • Western Springs teen advances to spelling bee finals

     Western Springs teen advances to spelling bee finals
    A west suburban eighth-grader finished in the top six of the Scripps National Spelling Bee championship finals this evening. Alia Abiad of McClure Junior High School in Western Springs was one of 12 finalists at the prestigious competition in Washington,...
  • Lake Zurich, Mundelein, Wauconda police blotter: March 25

    Lake Zurich, Mundelein, Wauconda police blotter: March 25
    The following items were taken from police reports: Lake Zurich •A 65-year-old Mount Prospect woman was arrested March 17 at 4:22 p.m. in the 700 block of South Rand Road. She was charged with retail theft. The estimated value of the loss was...
  • Man allegedly sold fake Blackhawks tickets: police

    Man allegedly sold fake Blackhawks tickets: police
    A Bolingbrook man was in the DuPage County Jail this morning after he allegedly sold a pair of phony tickets for a Blackhawks game, according to sheriff’s police. Edgar I. Kim, 29, is charged with one count of felony forgery, police said. The...
  • District 365U to hold meal program during summer

    District 365U to hold meal program during summer
    Valley View School District 365U will conduct its third annual Summer Food Service Program starting next month, an initiative that will provide free meals to any child 18 and younger, according to a district release. Anyone wishing to partake in the...
  • Plainfield police reports: Man charged with stealing from vehicle, and more

    Plainfield police reports: Man charged with stealing from vehicle, and more
    The following items were taken from Plainfield police reports: A 21-year-old Plainfield man was arrested just after midnight on June 4 in the 14900 block of South Hawthorne Circle and charged with burglary from motor vehicle, criminal trespass to...
  • Insurance co. sues Will County, 12 towns over flood damage

    Insurance co. sues Will County, 12 towns over flood damage
    An insurance company is suing Will County and 12 county municipalities, alleging that the governments did not do enough to prevent and mitigate flood damage caused by the heavy rains of April 2013. The lawsuit, by Illinois Farmers Insurance Company...
  • 327 denied concealed carry licenses because of poor training

    327 denied concealed carry licenses because of poor training
    John Ambrose hoped to be among the first people in Illinois licensed to carry a concealed gun when the state’s new law took effect this year. Instead, Ambrose, 38, of Joliet said he learned Monday that his application had been denied because he...
  • Bolingbrook woman receives social work award

    Bolingbrook woman receives social work award
    A Bolingbrook woman was recently honored for the more than 20 years she has spent helping those in need as a social worker. Yolanda Jordan was recognized as a social worker of the year for the Calumet District on March 5 by the Illinois chapter of the...
  • Water line struggle likely to continue

    Water line struggle likely to continue
    Five Will County towns whose legal battle to seize control of a private water line hit a snag last month have refocused their efforts. The Northern Will County Water Agency — comprising Bolingbrook, Homer Glen, Romeoville, Lemont and Woodridge &#...