That Was the Week That Was: Light Sentence for Man Who Killed Frankfort Teen, New Business Aids Mokena Charity
We look back at a week of religious conversion, political announcements, police impersonation, Tribes Alehouse opening a second location and the sentencing of a driver to six months for killing a teenager with his car.
Justin Obriecht, who opened his first Culver's location in Tinley Park in 2001 and owns the Culver's in Frankfort, shared his conversion from atheism to Christianity during a talk at an Orland Park church.
Frankfort Mayor Jim Holland announces he will seek a third term in April's election.
Odyssey Fun Farm, Corn Maize and Pumpkin Patch has added weekend night activities to the Halloween fun this year, including a Zombie Safari.
The restaurant, sports bar and entertainment complex held its grand opening in Orland Park, with a portion of proceeds going to Do It Stevie's Way, in honor of a committed student and athlete from Mokena who died from heart complications at 17.
Lukasz Marszalek, who was convicted of aggravated speeding in the 2011 accident that killed Julie Gorczynski, apologized in the courtroom before his punishment was handed down Tuesday.
A Frankfort man claiming to be working as a private detective for the City of Joliet was jailed by actual detectives working for the City of Joliet.
Popular Mokena craft beer pub is opening a second location next month in Tinley Park.
Frankfort firefighters were able to practice on a real building at the former Enrico's restaurant, which is slated to be torn down.
Frankfort artist and part-time dentist Steve Lotus is the official painter for the 2012 Ryder Cup at the Medinah Country Club.
Halloween is right around the corner, but do you know the rules Frankfort registered sex offenders are required to follow?
High school in Frankfort Square holds annual parade to kick off week of Homecoming activities and events.
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