The Morris Herald-News presents this week’s Pets of the Week.
On Wednesday, the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office arrested Nicholas Chaidez, 19, of Minooka, on the charge of possession of child pornography following a search warrant at his home.
At approximately 6:57 a.m. two semitrailers were involved in crash at mile marker 110 on I-80. Westbound traffic is being diverted off of Exit 112 and eastbound traffic is being diverted to Seneca Rd
The Morris City Council met Tuesday night to discuss the approval of five new businesses.
Morris Elementary School District #54 school board meeting took place Tuesday night to a room full of concerned citizens and parents all petitioning for the board to opt out of SB 818.
“My father modeled the importance of being connected to the community,” said Schild. “I was taught from an early age that connections can really enrich your life. I’m looking forward to woking with businesses in the area to see what they need to help grow and stay in the community. To make sure the businesses in the area have the local resources in the community to stay open.”
Deputy Tyler Post was recognized during the Grundy County Board meeting on Tuesday night.Deputy Post was injured in the line of duty on Oct. 7 during a routine traffic stop on Route 47,north of Mazon that ended with him being shot once in the arm and twice in the vest.
The Morris Municipal Airport is off to a great start this year. Just last month the airport was granted $11.7 million dollars through the Rebuild Illinois Capital Infrastructure Plan to build a crosswind runway, now the airport is receiving statewide attention through the state’s economic impact report for airports.
Grace Lutheran Church welcomes Pastor Steve Cook.
The Grundy County Coroner’s Office is investigating a structure fire that claimed the life of a Carbon Hill woman. It was also determined that there were no working smoke detectors in the home.
Nicholas Russell, will perform as Emcee in the Illinois High School Theatre Festival’s All-State production of Cabaret this weekend.
Introducing the new editor of The Morris Herald-News.
Ernest Pearson, 36, formally of Morris has plead guilty to aggravated criminal sexual abuse
Covid-19 cases have reached a high at Morris Hospital