The Southtown Star
Midlothian pulls out of lake water project
Midlothian has become the third town to pull out of the South Suburban Joint Area Water Agency, another serious blow to what appears to be an increasingly unlikely effort to establish an independent system to deliver Lake Michigan water. Midlothian trustees voted unanimously last week to withdraw from the agency, said Trustee Don Killelea, who represents the village on the water agency's board.
Jewelry and Cash Taken in Midday Burglary on Arrowwood
Someone entered an unlocked 2011 Ford Edge in the 600 block of Michelline on Sept. 3 and removed an Apple iPod and a pocket knife with a combined value of $165.00.
Killer Sentenced to 25 Years in Prison for Midlothian Man's Murder
A Robbins man was sentenced this week to 25 years in prison for the murder of a Midlothian man, Cook County Sheriff Thomas J. Dart announced Friday. Harlandez Meals, 29, pleaded guilty on Thursday at the Markham Courthouse to second degree murder in the death of Scott Soderlund, 28. According to the Cook County Sheriff's Police investigation, on the night of July 22, 2010, Soderlund was outside a liquor store in the 3400 block of W. 135th Street in Robbins when he was approached by Meals.
Midlothian Jeweler Celebrates 75 Years in Business
Submitted by Sheila O'Donnell The story behind a local jewelry legacy began in 1939.
From Author Kevin Dwyer Is A New Coming Of Age Story "Pride Of...
Illinois author, Kevin Dwyer is pleased to announce the release of his new contemporary fiction novel, Pride of Love.
South suburban man ID'd as getaway driver in June killing of Blue Island man
Rashad J. Kennon, 27, of the 14600 block of Lamon Avenue in Midlothian, faces a first-degree murder charge after prosecutors said he drove the getaway car for the gunman who shot Terry McNeal on June 25. Rashad J. Kennon, 27, of the 14600 block of Lamon Avenue in Midlothian, faces a first-degree murder charge after prosecutors said he drove the ... (more)