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  • Channahon mayor charged with failing to file federal taxes

    Channahon mayor charged with failing to file federal taxes
    Federal authorities on Tuesday charged the recently re-elected mayor of far southwest suburban Channahon with failing to file four years of federal tax returns. Joseph Cook, 45, allegedly failed to report more than $250,000 of income from 2005 to 2008,...
  • Long way to the top: Warriors- caaaan yooouuuuu dig it?

     
    This is the second in a continued series documenting one man in one band’s journey to the halls of rock legend. Full disclosure: I am that man.┬áRiff/Raff Chicago is that band. This installment takes us to Channahon, IL for the ‘craziest...
  • The llth Annual Choir Craft Fair & Raffle

    November 13-The llth Annual Choir Craft Fair & Raffle at Minooka Community High School-South Campus in Channahon, Il will take place from from 9a.m. - 4p.m. Over 125 Exhibitors, Raffle Packages, Bake Sale, and More! Admission is $1.00, Children...
  • Woman gets 61 years in 2009 robbery and murder of Channahon man

    Woman gets 61 years in 2009 robbery and murder of Channahon man
    A woman found guilty of murder in a scheme to steal money and drugs from a Channahon man has been sentenced to 61 years in prison, prosecutors announced today. Mary Vetor, 26, was sentenced today by Will County Judge Amy Bertani-Tomczak in the slaying...
  • Lockport motorcyclist dies, girlfriend injured in crash near Channahon

    Lockport motorcyclist dies, girlfriend injured in crash near Channahon
    A Lockport motorcyclist was killed one day before his 25th birthday and his girlfriend injured during a motorcycle crash Sunday afternoon in southwest suburban Channahon Township in Will County, authorities said. Karl D. Hodges, 24, was driving a...
  • Sales tax loophole leaves some cities, towns crying foul as firms exploit Illinois law

    Sales tax loophole leaves some cities, towns crying foul as firms exploit Illinois law
    Dozens of companies doing business in the Chicago area are routing their sales through small outlying municipalities with low sales tax rates, siphoning tens of millions of dollars from city and suburban taxing districts. These companies, ranging from...
  • Chicago, RTA set sights on tax dodge

    Chicago and the Regional Transportation Authority on Tuesday filed the first of what are expected to be numerous lawsuits brought against other Illinois municipalities and businesses to halt a "tax avoidance kickback scheme'' that is allegedly diverting...
  • Closing arguments today in Vaughn trial

    Closing arguments today in Vaughn trial
    A Will County jury could begin deliberating this afternoon after closing arguments scheduled for this morning in the murder trial of an Oswego man accused of fatally shooting his family in 2007. The close of the Christopher Vaughn trial follows five...
  • Check out these historic forest preserve structures built by the CCC

    The dismal economy has me thinking a cheerful outdoors thought: Bring back the CCC!The Civilian Conservation Corps was the silver lining of the dark cloud that was the Great Depression. Nicknamed "Roosevelt's Tree Army," it did double duty of...
  • Remains found in river not Stacy Peterson, Lisa Stebic

    Remains found in river not Stacy Peterson, Lisa Stebic
    The human remains discovered May 20 in the Des Plaines River were identified by authorities today as that of a male, ruling out speculation they could be those of missing Will County women Stacy Peterson or Lisa Stebic. DNA testing by the Illinois...
  • Police Say Remains Found in Des Plaines River Are from Unidentified Male

    Police Say Remains Found in Des Plaines River Are from Unidentified Male
    (WGN-AM) - The human remains discovered May 20 in the Des Plaines River were identified by authorities as that of a male, ruling out speculation they could be those of missing Will County women Stacy Peterson or Lisa Stebic. DNA testing by the Illinois...