Stories about Lockport, Illinois
Suit claims hundreds of workers at HellsGate and the former Statesville Haunted Prison in Crest Hill were underpaid
A man has been charged with the reckless homicide of Alan Knudsen, who died from injuries he suffered in a Aug. 4 crash in Lockport.
No one realized Abigail Rodewald Brown would be the fifth generation of women in their family to get married at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Lockport until it dawned on Brown's grandmother Rachael Favero of Lockport as they were making wedding plans.
No injuries were reported at the fire on Christmas Eve at a pole building occupied by a commercial trucking business in Lockport Township.
A Will County judge ordered former Diocese of Joliet teacher Jeremy Hylka to be placed on electronic monitoring while his child solicitation and grooming case remains pending in court. His next court date was scheduled for Jan. 27.
Lockport police announced the arrest of 28-year-old Anthony Maggio of Crestwood Wednesday on six counts of first-degree murder counts in connection with the 2020 deaths of a 32-year-old mother and her 14-month old daughter.
The city of Lockport, White Oak Library District and the Lockport Summer Art Series committee held a ribbon cutting to unveil the latest artistic additions to the city.
Lockport Love fundraises and accepts donations throughout the year to help Lockport families in need. But the on-profit 501(c)(3) charity the Lockport Police Department started in 2014 goes the extra miles during the holiday.
Cyan Bradley, 16, of Plainfield will portray St. Lucia on Sunday at at the Church of Good Shepherd Evangelical Covenant in Joliet. Her father, Jake Bradley, lead pastor, feels Lucia Fest has deep meaning for people today.
A ribbon cutting will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday in Lockport for two new murals and its new StoryWalk.
Authorities are analyzing how a Mokena couple who run Josco Construction Services in Joliet spent the remaining amount of a $1.1 million Paycheck Protection Program loan. Prosecutors alleged they spent more than half of that amount on a residence.
The event is open to all veterans and those currently serving in the Armed Forces.
The man was accused of attacking an elderly man in Joliet while under the influence of an unknown substance and shoving one of the officers who responded to the scene, police said.
Will County prosecutors are seeking forfeiture of a Mokena residence they alleged was bought with $653,500 from a $1.1 million Paycheck Protection Program loan.
The cause of the fire in the 1600 block of Fairmount Avenue in unincorporated Lockport is under investigation.