Manhattan, Illinois news
Kevin Molloy says its the connections that matter at the monthly breakfast gatherings.
A 2017 fraud case against Lincoln-Way District 210's former leader has been continually delayed for years because of his unspecified medical conditions. The district suffered a financial crisis that led to a school closure after his retirement.
Dozens of schools, community businesses, and public and private organizations participate in the Plainfield homecoming parade.
A Mokena man who was reported missing has been found dead in a Manhattan retention pond.
The Old Campground Flea Market will feature 75 to 100 vendors on Saturday, at the United Methodist Church campgrounds in New Lenox.
The animals are part of STRIDES Therapeutic Riding Program in Manhattan, which Trinity Services founded in 1990.
The 55th annual Frankfort Fall Festival will feature more than 300 artisans from across the U.S., carnival, live entertainment, and food, including walking tacos and funnel cakes, and a parade.
The village of Manhattan will be hosting its third annual Labor Day Party on Sunday, Sept. 3
The Will County Coroner’s Office has identified the pedestrian killed on U.S. 45 when struck by a car Friday night at a time when storms were passing through the area.
Accident happened on U.S. 45 in Green Garden Township late Friday night.
The heat index in Will County in the next two days will be around 100 degrees and will pose a threat to vulnerable groups such as children, senior citizens and pets.
The Moving Wall is available for viewing 24 hours a day through July 5 in the Wabash parking lot in front of the Manhattan Township Building at 230 S. Wabash St.
A 39-year-old woman was identified in an incident that Manhattan police suspect was a murder-suicide that also involved the death of a four-year-old boy, who has not been identified.
The Vietnam Moving Wall, a half-size replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington DC, will be on display in Manhattan from June 30 until noon July 5 in the Wabash parking lot in front of the Township Building at 230 S. Wabash St.
After retiring as Channahon's police chief in 2017, Jeff Wold will retire again as Manhattan's police chief. He said he may still yet have a career in law enforcement on a part-time basis.