After New Lenox residents began to find pamphlets in their driveways touting membership in the KKK, a Klan leader told Patch his organization is making great strides in recruiting members in the area. And he says the Klan is also doing neighborhood patrols at night.
The area's most rapidly growing grocery chain will break ground on its newest location, 2601 West 95th St., on Oct. 31. Mariano's Fresh Market will be built at the former Webb Chevy site.
The son of Frankfort doctor Kishor Jain is planning to attend medical school, and Will County Judge Robert Livas decided Jain could travel so his son can visit schools. Jain, 60, accused of groping five female patients, faces 10 counts of felony criminal sexual abuse, five counts of misdemeanor battery, and a single count of criminal sexual assault.
Erica Johnson's grandson almost died after mistaking the colorful product as candy. Johnson, of Homewood, is demanding the company that makes Tide laundry detergent pods change its packaging.
In a story that captured national attention at Aol.com, four of the school's eight students elected to Lemont's homecoming court this year are special needs students, including queen Becka Konicki, who has Down syndrome.
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