Stories about Crest Hill
A Will County sheriff's lieutenant facing a wrongful death lawsuit is seeking to attempt a settlement before answering the allegations. The investigation of the deadly shooting is still open after 21 months.
The Aurora Area Interfaith Food Pantry will be setting up a pop-up food give away for families in the Crest Hill City Hall parking lot on March 2.
Route 66 is home to many exceptional chicken eateries ready to flavor your next road trip.
Will County prosecutors are seeking to keep a Crest Hill teen detained in jail after he was charged with wounding a 17-year-old in a shooting and recklessly firing a gun at another person.
The Crest Hill City Council approved of a $425,000 settlement for the widow of a man who was fatally shot by a police sergeant. The widow agreed to drop her claims against the city and the sergeant as part of the deal.
Mayor Ray Soliman said the compliance check was initiated after he received information about a certain business selling products to a minor.
The lockport Township Fire Protection District is considering options for reducing noise at its proposed Crest Hill training facility after community expresses concerns.
The total cost for a new Illinois State Police regional campus project is estimated to be more than $76.5 million, police officials said. The project will be put out for bid in the spring.
The Crest Hill City Council held a work session with the Lockport Township Fire Protection District Monday to discuss plans for a future training facility for the department which could include facilities for police training, including a gun range.
The Diocese of Joliet has announced the closures and consolidations of several churches and schools in Joliet and Crest Hill. The changes will go into effect July 1.
A Crest Hill man charged with the 2018 murder of a bartender at Izzy's bar will remain in jail on a $10 million bond. His case is set for trial next September.
State Senator Meg Loughran Cappel will host traveling office hours at the Bolingbrook Fountaindale Public Library on Monday, Jan. 22 to meet with residents.
Dave Ebert and his wife Bobbie Ebert of Crest Hill, founders of Improv Missionaries, teach improvisation to victims of trafficking and raise awareness of trafficking.
Make a difference in your community by signing up for the Forest Preserve District’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service volunteer morning.
The man charged with the 2018 murder of a bartender at Izzy's bar in Joliet is scheduled to be back in court Wednesday seeking a reduction of his $10 million bond.