A Grundy County man accused of illegally possessing explosive devices and handguns was indicted by a Federal Grand Jury on November 13th. John Feeney, 30, of Minooka has been charged with one count of illegal possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, one count of illegal possession of an…
The Illinois Department of Public Health on Tuesday announced that five more Grundy County residents passed away from Covid-19 related complications on Monday. They include a male in his 60’s, two females and a male in their 80’s and one male in his 90’s. Grundy County’s Covid-19 death total…
The Grundy County Board recently approved two resolutions for E-Waste recycling events in 2021.
The Grundy County Board of Health last week heard an update in regards to Covid-19 testing and vaccination distribution.
A Lockport woman is accused of trying to steal a Yorkshire terrier puppy from a Petland Store located on Route 59 in Naperville.
The Minooka Committee of the Whole last week once again discussed an economic stimulus possibility for Minooka restaurants and bars.
The Minooka Police Department arrested a Crest Hill woman for stealing items and getting into a serious crash. Minooka Police Chief Justin Meyer said 34-year-old Yvette Mannie allegedly stole more than $600 worth of items from a business in the 2000 block of Ridge Road in Minooka around 5:3…
A 70-year-old Channahon man accused of sexually assaulting a teenager has been denied bond. Jose Vilchis was arrested by the Channahon Police Department in the 2400 block of West Jefferson Street in Joliet on October 15th of 2018.
The Grundy Economic Development Council recently released an update in regards to the Competitive Power Ventures Three Rivers Project.
A Will County woman is wanted in Grundy County. A Grundy County grand jury last week indicted Tonya Veenstra, 46, of Wilmington on the charge of burglary, a class two felony and retail theft, a class three felony.
The village of Minooka could be the latest community to become home to Prime Inc. and its freight transport and logistics trucking operation.
The Minooka Community High School District 111 Board of Education decided to temporarily reverse course over the district allowing hybrid instruction.
The Morris Police Department arrested a man this week on a Grundy County warrant for Aggravated Battery.
The Grundy County Circuit Clerk’s Office has released the following felony grand jury indictments. Toni Alexander, 61, of Minooka was indicted for retail theft, a class four felony. Raymond Daniels, 27, of Bolingbrook was indicted for the unlawful possession of a controlled substance, a clas…
The tentative 2020 tax levy was approved by Morris District 54 School Board member this week.
Two more individuals died from Covid-19 in Grundy County this week. The Grundy County Health Department said 12 people have died from Covid-19 and each individual lived underlying health conditions.
The Morris Police Department is seeking more information in regards to a string of house burglaries that occurred in the past month.
The LaSalle County Health Department is alerting residents that as of Friday, November 20, 2020, their County-Level COVID-19 Risk Metrics remain at the orange warning level.
The Crisis Line of Will and Grundy Counties will be closing on November 30, 2020 citing financial hardship, declining revenues, and lack of resources; which reportedly resulted in many logistical challenges for the non-profit agency.
A bill sponsored by Congressman Adam Kinzinger is now on its way to the Senate after being passed by the house.
An Odell could man could spend the next 450 years in prison if convicted on all charges he is facing in Livingston County. Sean Sullivan was charged with Solicitation for Murder for Hire, a class X felony on November 18th. The 29-year-old allegedly paid money to a third party with the agreem…
With the announcement of indictments against four ComEd executives and consultants, Dixon State Representative Tom Demmer wants to move forward with the investigation into the alleged involvement of House Speaker Michael Madigan.
Two home invasion charges were filed in Grundy County this week against an East Dundee man. The Morris Police Department said 30-year-old Thomas Mckinney allegedly battered a female several times inside a home in the 400 block of East Washington Street around 4 a.m. on April 18th.
Morris Hospital has seen an uptick in the number of individuals being admitted for Covid-19.
The Minooka Community High School - South Campus will host a free COVID-19 testing site provided by the Illinois Department of Public Health.
Thomas Dillon Drive just north of Route 6 in Channahon will be reduced to one lane during daytime hours for construction of a water main crossing.
The cost of animal control services in the city of Morris will stay the same after the city council approved a new contract with the Grundy County Animal Control Department on Monday.
The Minooka District 201 School Board this week decided to approve the publication of a public notice and set a public hearing date and time for the district’s tentative property tax levy.
The Channahon Police Department arrested a man accused of sexually assaulting a child.
A new development could be coming to Morris. Morris Building and Zoning Officer Bill Martin explained what the project consists of.
Another Covid-19 related death was reported by the Livingston County Health Department on Wednesday. The latest person to pass away was a male in his 60’s.
A man with a history of DUI convictions was sentenced in Grundy County on Wednesday, November 17th. In early October, Alan Gustafson, 45, of Oak Forest entered into a blind guilty plea on the charge of Aggravated DUI with two previous convictions, a class two felony.
The Morris City Council on Monday approved a Tax Increment Financing District Redevelopment Agreement with Weits Enterprises and Brian Olson.
Morris Hospital & Healthcare Centers is reporting a 400% increase in COVID hospitalizations since the beginning of November.There were 10 COVID positive inpatients at Morris Hospital on October 31, compared to 39 yesterday.
A Will County man slated to have a bench trial this week failed to appear in court. Shaun Cailey, 32, of Channahon has been charged with two counts of Aggravated Battery, both class three felonies.
Two men were arrested following a fight at the Plano Wal-Mart Store last month, but two more suspects went unidentified.
Procter and Gamble held a virtual groundbreaking ceremony in Morris on Thursday, November 12th.
Governor J.B. Pritzker on Tuesday announced phase three mitigation restrictions across Illinois. The new restrictions are set to go into effect on Friday.