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Nov. 29: A fight involving about 20 people happened early Friday morning at Orland Square Mall, but was broken up by police before it escalated.
By next school year, New Lenox School District 122 will complete what it started a few years ago - withdrawing from the Lincoln-Way Area Special Education District 843 Cooperative.
Tyler Tsokatos, 19, of 195 Otto Drive was charged with criminal damage to property in connection with the incident in the 1100 block of Patriot Drive.
At the recent New Lenox Community Park District board meeting, a formal resolution was passed announcing a referendum for the Park District which will appear on the March 18 ballot.
Employees of the New Lenox Berkot's beat a teen until they knocked him out, then lied to the police and got him locked up in juvenile jail for a weekend, according to a lawsuit filed in Will County court.
Nearly 250 women packed the banquet hall at New Lenox VFW Post 9545 on Wednesday evening for the 37th annual Lincoln-Way Area Business Women's Organization Holiday Auction.
Unlike the City of Vancouver, West Vancouver won't be asking for intervenor status at National Energy Board hearings on Kinder Morgan's twinning of the TransMountain pipeline - at least in the near future.
While the automobile was well established by 1912, good roads to travel on were hard to find.
For many families, having a train encircling the Christmas tree is as much of a holiday tradition as the tree itself.
Tickets are now available for "Holiday Harmonies" which will be presented by the 100-voice Chorale at its Christmas Concert on Saturday, December 14, at 3 p.m. The concert, which will begin the Chorale's 18th season, will be at Lincoln-Way East Performing Arts Center, 201 Colorado Ave., Frankfort, IL 60423.
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Timothy McIntyre, of Tinley Park, a volunteer at Silver Cross Hospital in New Lenox, authored "I'm a Type A, How the Heck Will I Ever Retire?" In a fast-track accounting and finance career that culminated in positions of chief financial officer, chief operating officer and president of some very successful and high-profile businesses, Timothy ... (more)
Four Lincoln-Way Central students recently won top honors in the local New Lenox VFW Post 9545 Voice of Democracy writing contest.
The Rotary Club of New Lenox got a first look at the Lincoln-Way Central Madrigal Singers during a special performance at its weekly Thursday morning meeting.
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