MARKHAM | A Chicago Heights alderman will be sentenced later this summer after being found guilty of battery at a local school facility.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | After more than 20 years in the courts, a voting rights lawsuit came to rest in the ballot boxes of Chicago Heights as voters chose a new mayor, elected its first nonappointed treasurer and clerk and picked a seventh voice to join a strengthened City Council.
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