Knudson Park in Marseilles is getting an upgrade following a recent city council meeting.
The Livingston County Sheriff’s Department is searching for a man who has now been identified as the suspect in yesterday’s bank robbery in Odell.
A Will County man was sentenced in a Grundy County court case on Wednesday, April 7th. Charles Robinette, 52, of Wilmington entered into a blind guilty plea to the charge of Aggravated Fleeing and Eluding Police, a class four felony on January 8th.
Grundy County Health Administrator Michelle Pruim called into the WCSJ studios yesterday to discuss the ongoing COVID-19 vaccination program. Pruim said all adult Grundy residents, regardless of occupation or health status, are now allowed to schedule a vaccination appointment.
On March 30th, Coal City District 1 formally endorsed an energy bill under consideration by the Illinois general assembly.
The Grundy County Sheriff’s Office has released more details in regards to a two vehicle accident that occurred at the intersection of Route 47 and Southmor Road around 5 p.m. on March 31st.
The Livingston County Health Department has released dates and times for upcoming COVID-19 vaccination events, including some that are availble to residents of neighboring counties like Grundy, LaSalle and Kankakee. Broken down by vaccine manufacturer:
The Seneca Village Council on Tuesday approved the Parks and Recreation Board's request for $41,485 in expenses for Graves Park and the boat launch.
The Morris Judiciary and License Committee on Monday discussed the possibility of outdoor sidewalk, limited on-street and city alley dining for businesses this summer.
The voter turnout in Grundy County for the Consolidated Election was very low. That’s according to Grundy County Clerk Kay Olson who spoke with WCSJ on Wednesday.
The City of Morris wants to remind the public that the intersection of Washington and Liberty Street will be closed on Thursday, April 8th and Friday, April 9th from 7:00 am until 3:30 pm each day to install “celebration lighting” over that intersection.
Several local races were determined in the Consolidated Election on April 6th. Eight members were squaring off for four Felix Township Trustee seats.
The Morris High School Board of Education race in the April 6th Consolidated Election was closely contested. Five candidates were squaring off for four seats on the board.
A 36-year-old Bolingbrook man is headed to prison. Eric Stubblefield pled guilty in Grundy County to driving on revoked license while having between four and nine prior convictions, a class four felony and was sentenced to one year in the Illinois Department of Corrections.