Stories about New Lenox
A 79-year-old woman had died in a fire reported at an apartment building on Division Street in Lockport. Police and fire officials are investigating the incident that left the woman with burn injuries.
The Irish Life Experience is a study abroad program in Ireland, where high school students attend classes, tours and workshops learn about Ireland’s “magical landscape and rich heritage, according to the Irish Life Experience website.
Dr. Reema Sheth, who is in practice with the Heart Care Centers of Illinois and on staff at Silver Cross, is among the 4% of interventional cardiologists who are women.
Ruth Colby, 69, died Oct. 15 following a minimally invasive robotic heart valve procedure in September.
A New Lenox police investigation led to the arrest of man charged with possessing child pornography and unlawfully recording other people inside of a bathroom of his residence.
Nighttime lane closures on the westbound lanes on Interstate 80 at Briggs Street in Joliet will not be necessary for the remainder of this week, according to the Illinois Department of Transportation.
See exhibits and meet collectors at the Will County Stamp Show on Friday and Saturday.
Starting at 9 p.m. on Thursday and again on Monday, eastbound I-80 will be reduced to one lane approaching Briggs Street in Joliet, the Illinois Department of Transportation announced.
Healthgrades ranked Silver Cross Hospital in New Lenox the top hospital in Illinois for surgical care.
The American Red Cross blood supply has fallen to critically low levels across the country, and blood and platelet donors are urged to make appointments.
Silver Cross Hospital in New Lenox has installed a state-of-the-art disinfection devices in its sterile processing department. The system provides continuous disinfection of air and surfaces 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
A married couple may have died in a possible murder-suicide in New Lenox Township.
The Will County Sheriff's police are investigating a suspicious death in unincorporated New Lenox after a woman reported her parents dead from gunshots.
Monica Cicimov, Kristen Kronland, Katy Leclair and Scott Paddock join Joliet Chamber of Commerce board.
The Lincoln-Way Area Business Women’s Organization hosts an annual auction to help fund scholarships for women planning to attend a college, university, trade school or junior college and for women in the community who are continuing their education.