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DNA solves murder of Northwest Side man missing since 1978
While he was still in college in the late 1970s, Edward Beaudion dressed up as a vampire to bring a little ghoulish cheer to kids at a local orphanage.
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Tue Apr 22, 2014
Lemont High School Honors April 'Students of the Month'
Four Lemont High School students were honored with April "Student of the Month" accolades at the district's Board of Education meeting on April 21. Included among the honorees were senior Tom Sahs , junior Nour Efein , sophomore Kurt Bernabei and freshman Andrea Ojeda .
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Lemont Cops, Fire, Little Mountain Theatre Team Up for Special Needs Open House
Lemont police played the role of host Wednesday, April 9, as they welcomed special needs students from Lemont-Bromberek District 113A into the station for an open house event.
Englewood Completes Harry Caray's
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Wed Apr 09, 2014
Tinley Park Man Found Injured on Embankment Near Train Tracks in Lemont
A Tinley Park man was airlifted to Loyola University Medical Center Wednesday, after having fallen 25 feet down a embankment near train tracks in Lemont.
Kay Supports Jobs Plan
State Representative Dwight Kay is throwing his support behind a jobs package introduced in the Illinois House by two of the GOP heavy-hitters.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Local Jobs: Comcast, CBS, Argonne National Lab, CVS, Target
Finding a job can be a tough task. Putting together a rAŠsumAŠ, hitting the streets looking for "Help Wanted" signs and making the best impression on potential employers can be a tall order for anyone.
Lemont Man Found Guilty in Road Rage Case Sentenced to 18 Years
A Lemont man found guilty for punching a man during an instance of road rage in June 2011 was sentenced Friday to 18 years in prison.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Lemont Man Sentenced to 18 Years in Prison For Romeoville Road Rage Murder
A Lemont man convicted of a 2011 road rage killing was sentenced to 18 years in prison.
Brutal Winter Turns Up More Dead Fish Than Usual in Suburban Lakes
As lakes slowly begin to thaw, local experts say more dead fish than usual are turning up at suburban lakes.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Tireless Lemont Humanitarian Honored as Cook County 'Unsung Heroine'
She organizes holiday meals for those in need, comforts residents in times of loss as police chaplain, makes teens' prom dreams come true.
Lemont Park District to Host Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt for Teens
Lemont teens are invited to a night of hunting for hidden eggs, by flashlight. Hundreds of eggs will be scattered around Centennial Park, 16028 127th St., each containing prizes such as gift certificates and candy.
Sun Mar 30, 2014
During rough winter, neighbors knock on Cook County's door for salt
While many suburbs struggled to stretch salt supplies during one of the snowiest winters on record , Cook County was quietly doling out tons to those in need.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
DUI, Hit and Ruin, Violated Orders of Protection: Blotter
SUNDAY, MARCH 23 Driving on Suspended License, with No Proof of Insurance Courtney E. Weibel, 27, of 6000 block of W. 127th Street, in Palos Heights, was arrested for driving while license suspended and no proof of valid insurance following a traffic stop at Pete Dye Drive and Derby Road.
Fire Causes Minor Damage to Gerharz Funeral Home
Lemont firefighters Tuesday morning were able to quickly extinguish a small fire at Gerharz Funeral Home, 501 State St. The fire started around 7:30 a.m. on the second floor and crawled up a wall, damaging a soffit and a portion of the roof, said Battalion Chief Tim Oslakovich.
Tue Mar 25, 2014
Lemont Girl Scouts Recruitment Meeting Friday
Lemont Girl Scouts will hold a recruitment event Friday, March 28 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Old St. Pat's School, 206 Cass St. in Lemont.
Mon Mar 24, 2014
IDOT: Lane Closures on New Avenue in Lemont to Begin April 1
The Illinois Department of Transportation announced that weather permitting, work on New Avenue from Cook County Line to Archer Avenue in Lemont will begin Tuesday, April 1. The project involves work to the center line and shoulder, rumble strips and new guardrails.
Bolingbrook, Other Towns Plan to Refile Water Pipeline Lawsuit
A partnership of five Will County towns isn't giving up its bid to take over an Illinois American Water pipeline.