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LANSING | The Village Board has approved an increase in water rates.
Lauren O'Keefe remembers last season's regional soccer games as the worst time of her life.
The "polar vortex" of the winter of 2013-14 created unforgettable images of a frozen Lake Michigan and mountains of ice.
HOBART | One team rushed for 359 yards. The other racked up 170 yards in penalties.
CALUMET CITY | Thornton Fractional North High School math teacher Robert Paradise died Monday after suffering a massive heart attack, Principal Dwayne Evans said.
LANSING | Residents will get a chance to speak with state and federal officials in an event labeled "Congress on Your Corner and Springfield on Your Block" Thursday in Lansing.
ST. JOHN | It's tough to start a season any better than Lake Central did Tuesday.
CALUMET CITY | Officials on Thursday changed the areas where handicapped parking will be available in Calumet City.
MUNSTER | Jessica Flores has an appropriate nickname.
HOBART | No score was officially kept, but it was easy to see Friday who won Hobart's scrimmage with E.C. Central.
CALUMET CITY | Third Ward Alderman Thaddeus Jones wasn't happy with the budget Calumet City officials approved July 29. He voiced that opinion at Thursday's meeting.
LANSING | The village's first modern organic pop-up market is Sept. 6 in Lansing.
LANSING | The Lansing Village Board on Tuesday approved new restrictions for parking after snowfall.
LANSING| Residents can enjoy good music, fresh air and good barbecue Aug. 15 at Park Plaza in downtown Lansing.
HAMMOND | It's usually an advantage to sleep at home when most of the field spends the night in a hotel room or RV. But John Dudak said any advantage he had as an Orland Park resident was negated.
LANSING | The village board approved a measure to allow Lansing to offer tax increment financing dollars to National Pasteurized Eggs at some point.
CALUMET CITY | Officials approved an agreement with GP Properties Unlimited to develop a vacant lot at 708 River Oaks Drive.
CALUMET CITY | Officials approved an appropriations ordinance of just under $60 million in a special meeting Tuesday in Calumet City.
CALUMET CITY | Calumet City police will honor its second officer of the summer for pulling a victim out of a burning building.
LANSING | The Lan-Oak Park District will treat residents to a night of magic Aug. 9.
GLENWOOD | The secret to the longevity of Glenwood Oaks Rib & Chop House is simple, co-owner Phyllis Jarosky said.
STEGER | Lawrence Hunt was eager to explain his work to Kevin Casey, director of the Division of Developmental Disabilities for Illinois.
CALUMET CITY | The City Council approved salaries and benefits for appointed officials, supervisory personnel and all other employees not covered by a collective bargaining agreement in a special meeting here Tuesday.
A Lansing native died Saturday morning in a plane crash in Georgia.
CALUMET CITY | Officials are looking for properties in need of maintenance for an annual citywide sidewalk and gutter improvement project in Calumet City.
A Calumet City police officer who saved a 6-month-old baby from a burning home was honored Friday at the bi-annual Illinois Fraternal Order of Police convention in Springfield.
CALUMET CITY | Several new stores are opening this summer at River Oaks Center in Calumet City.
LANSING | Officials on Tuesday made room for a medical marijuana dispensary or cultivation center in Lansing, adopting a new zoning ordinance.
GLENWOOD | The Brookwood School District 167 hopes its students will be safer on the buses after approving a contract Monday with Positive Connection.
LANSING | Officials approved a comprehensive plan for the future of Lansing Tuesday which includes hopes for a vibrant downtown and a more robust airport.
GLENWOOD | Contracts for Brookwood School District 167 principals and administrators were approved Monday in the School Board's fourth attempt, but it took a 4-3 vote.
SAUK VILLAGE | Grants will help the village improve aesthetics and parks while a new store coming to Sauk Trail will replace five abandoned business fronts, Village President David Hanks said at a town hall meeting last week.*
LYNWOOD | Craig Barnes doesn't remember the crash. He doesn't remember much of the four days he was sedated after it, either.
Lynwood and Sauk Village police officers and firefighters are scheduled to come together Sunday to raise funds for injured Lynwood police officer Craig Barnes.
GLENWOOD | Village officials are questioning the need for Environmental Protection Agency regulations on home sprinkler systems in Glenwood.
GLENWOOD | Village government plans to act in the wake of the death of a former employee.
GLENWOOD | The Glenwood Village Board formally vacated a property along Eberhardt Avenue on Tuesday to make room for a new Brookwood middle school.
GLENWOOD | Brookwood School District 167 took the next step toward providing more focused science, technology, engineering and math education for its students by approving an infrastructure project Monday.
GLENWOOD | The exterior designs for the new Brookwood Middle School are set after the District 167 board approved one of five options it was presented by architects Monday.
CHICAGO | The Southeast Side is getting greener with current and future environmental projects, activists say.
GLENWOOD | The Brookwood School District 167 Board voted down a measure that would allow for 15 positions, and tabled the principals' contract approval for the third time during its recent business meeting.
CALUMET CITY | Three generations of family members and Thornton Fractional North officials joined James Gindl on Wednesday as he was awarded an honorary diploma from the school he'd left 62 years earlier.
LYNWOOD | Russell Pearson has left retirement to return as chief of police in Lynwood.
CALUMET CITY | James Gindl has lived a long and full life of service to his country and his community, but his biggest regret was that he never got his high school diploma.
LANSING | Rain held off long enough for residents to enjoy a summer evening Carousin' and Cowpokin' at Park Plaza in Lansing on Saturday.
CHICAGO | The asphalt yard behind Grissom Elementary School in Hegewisch floods after every big storm, but officials hope that's a thing of the past after the unveiling of a plan to transform the area into a green space that will drain much better.
CRETE | Parents and School District 201U staff got a scare last week when a man was spotted allegedly waving a gun near Talala Elementary School.
SAUK VILLAGE | Residents gathered at the Sauk Village municipal center Wednesday in the wake of the fatal shooting Saturday morning of a 26-year-old Sauk Village man.
LYNWOOD | Village officials agreed to accept a settlement of $675,000 from Great Lakes Banks at the Lynwood Board meeting Tuesday.
HAMMOND | It took Mike Kozy 40 years to earn his first Times/Pepsi Classic Class A championship. It only took him one to win his second.
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