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New Lenox

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  • Foster headed back to Congress

    Foster headed back to Congress
    Veteran Republican Rep. Judy Biggert conceded defeat tonight to former Democratic Rep. Bill Foster in a west and southwest suburban congressional contest. “It has been a long and hard-fought race, but tonight the voters have spoken. I have called...
  • Restaurants, Food & Spirits

    Restaurants, Food & Spirits
    This list is not all-inclusive. American Contemporary Allgauer's Doubletree Hotel, 5000 W. 127th St., Alsip, 708-272-4223 Open all day to accommodate hotel patrons and the public, Allgauer's is casual yet sophisticated and with recent renovations it's...
  • Suit accuses hospitals, doctors of negligence after Mokena bar attack

    Suit accuses hospitals, doctors of negligence after Mokena bar attack
    The mother of a south suburban man who was paralyzed after an attack outside of a Mokena bar three years ago is suing the hospitals where he was treated and two doctors for negligence. In a lawsuit filed Tuesday in Cook County Circuit Court, Janet...
  • Inmate sues Will County Jail over non-kosher food

    Inmate sues Will County Jail over non-kosher food
    A 24-year-old man linked to a series of Chicago-area burglaries that targeted elderly residents has filed a federal lawsuit against the Will County Adult Detention Facility alleging his civil rights were violated in 2012 while he was being held on a...
  • Chicago man charged in New Lenox killing

    Chicago man charged in New Lenox killing
    A 23-year-old Chicago man convicted of burglarizing and burning the Illinois Aviation Museum in Bolingbrook in 2009 was charged today with murdering a 59-year-old Mokena-area man in his home on the 13000 block of 184th Place. Will County Sheriff's...
  • TribLocal guide to suburban farmers markets

    TribLocal guide to suburban farmers markets
    If you're looking to add the freshest fruits, vegetables, baked goods, cheeses and flowers to your dinner table, look no further than in your own backyard. Don't see a farmers market near your town listed below? Check out the Illinois Department of...
  • Navigation Systems Put to the Test

     
    One of the most popular options available for new cars is a navigation system. Often these add $1,000 to $3,000 to the sticker price and can even be wrapped into more expensive packages. It???s certainly easier to swallow that slightly......
  • Man found slain in Will County home

    Neighbors said Dwight Jones lived a quiet life by himself and was seldom seen except for an occasional jog or keeping up his immaculately landscaped house in New Lenox Township. By the time he missed a family event Tuesday night, it had been several days...
  • Autopsy: Will Co. man suffered blunt force trauma

    An autopsy on a New Lenox Township man whose body was discovered inside his ransacked home Tuesday shows signs of blunt force trauma, the Will County Coroner reported.The final cause and manner of death is yet to be determined, but Will County Sheriff&...
  • Green building growth continues

    Green building growth continues
    More people are buying BPA-free plastics and reusable grocery bags but for new homebuyers does that environmental consciousness translate to Energy Star appliances and tankless water heaters? In Illinois the green building movement seems to be a...
  • 2 sentenced for stealing from home with slain man inside

    2 sentenced for stealing from home with slain man inside
    Two Chicago men were sentenced to prison today for plundering a New Lenox-area home hours after the homeowner had been bludgeoned to death by another man. The dead resident’s body was still inside the home when John White, 21, of the 4900 block...
  • At least 2 fatalities as season's first measurable snow slickens commute

    At least 2 fatalities as season's first measurable snow slickens commute
    Light snow covered much of the Chicago area  this morning, causing dozens of spinouts on slick expressways, including two fatalities on I-80 in Will County. While the snow made a mess of the morning commute, it also ensured that Chicago won't break its...