Stories about New Lenox
Richard Reeves was identified as the suspect who altered a mechanism at a Speedway gas station pump in Frankfort that allowed the gas to pump freely, police said. Fifteen vehicles fueled at the pump, resulting in 225 gallons of gas being stolen.
Michael Sergent died after he was struck on Sunday by a vehicle driven by a 29-year-old woman in Lemont Township. The investigation remains ongoing.
Jeff Sanchez said he’s been shooting for 45 years, coaching for 30 years and has owned BowDoc for 15 years, with six of those years in its Mokena location – and he’s never encountered anyone like Chrissie Lyons.
The United Methodist Church of New Lenox will welcome visitors to the 43rd annual Old Campground Antiques, Collectibles, Flea Market and Craft Avenue from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 17.
Officers uncovered a scheme by two men to steal about $30,000 from Joey’s Red Hots in New Lenox by staging a fake robbery, according to New Lenox police.
Dr. Kristopher McDonough, a board-certified pulmonologist on staff at Silver Cross, said the system provides 92% diagnostic accuracy.
Noah Kelleher, a student at Providence Catholic High School in New Lenox, wanted to encourage people to donate to the school's Celtic God Parent Emergency Aid Fund.
A few scattered shower may come through Will County this evening, but storms aren't expected.
The Amy, Matthew and Jay Vana Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, located adjacent to the birthing center, cost $14 million and is modeled from the NICU at the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago
During the pandemic, Trinity Services transformed the warehouse into a music room, a kitchen, and a large room for learning dance moves on a recent Hawaiian-themed day, performing yoga, tending hydroponic plants, and taking part in arts and crafts and other program activities.
From steep upward spirals in food, gas and rent to subtle increases in cell phone fees, Will County residents are facing rising prices almost everywhere they turn.
New Lenox Mayor Tim Balderman and Arby’s franchisees Mike and Greg Schulson will be joining village residents and local officials in Wednesday for the opening of a new Arby’s location.
Silver Cross Hospital in New Lenox has been named to the 2022 Fortune/Merative 100 Top Hospitals list, according to a news release.
Inspire Therapy is a small implantable device that delivers a mild electrical stimulation to the tongue to keep the airways open during sleep.
Law enforcement agencies in Will County plan to continue keeping public events safe and reviewing their security protocols for those events in the wake of the Highland Park mass shooting.