Marian Catholic tightened the defensive clamps Friday, shutting down Crete-Monee in the Thornton 3A regional title contest, 39-16.
Durbin, Blumenthal, Hirono Introduce Bill To Protect Children’s Online Privacy
U.S. Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL) and others introduced legislation to strengthen online privacy protections for children.
Assault Charges Open February 2023 Police Reports
At the beginning of February 2023, police charged a man with aggravated assault and a woman with domestic battery and assault charges.
New Park Forest Vehicle Sticker for 2023-24 Go On Sale March 1
Park Forest is rolling out a new vehicle sticker for 2023-24 that touts the Village’s grant funding success since 2005.
DUI Charge for Chicago Man
The way a Chicago man allegedly drove and his alleged performance on the Field Sobriety Tests would lead to the last DUI charge of 2022.
Vanderbilt Withdraws from Mayoral Election
Park Forest Mayor Jonathan Vanderbilt withdrew his candidacy for re-election in Cook and Will Counties, eNews Park Forest learned.
Seniors at Rich Township Senior Center Receive Valentines from Students
Valentine’s Day was extra sweet for seniors at the Rich Township Shirley Green Senior Center in Park Forest on Tuesday.
PFPD: Man Kicks Squad Door from its Frame, Charged with DUI
A man charged with DUI allegedly resisted arrest, kicking a squad door so hard that it came loose from the squad’s frame, police said.
Mayors for a Guaranteed Income to Expand Coalition and Launch Counties for Guaranteed Income
County elected officials from across the country hosted a roundtable at Georgetown University to launch Counties for a Guaranteed Income (CGI)
Prairie State College to Host Illinois Humanities Road Scholar Speaker Connie Martin
Connie Martin will present Pre-Civil War Quilts: Secret Codes to Freedom on the Underground Railroad on February 23 at Prairie State College.