Lincolnway Special Recreation Association provided additional information March 18 about a situation involving one of its participants who tested positive for COVID-19 after taking part in three events in early March, in response to questions the organization said it has received since publicly addressing the situation March 16.
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Two men allegedly stole cash and merchandise from the Speedway gas station at 22305 S. Center Road around 5:20 a.m. Friday, Dec. 6, before fleeing the scene.
Frankfort Deputy Police Chief Kevin Keegan said an officer pulled into the station just as the offenders were leaving in a newer dark gray Dodge Challenger that had bright orange daytime running lights.
A former employee of the Lincolnway Special Recreation Association used thousands of dollars from the nonprofit for “personal expenses” over a recent four-year span, according to multiple documents obtained by The Frankfort Station.
Acknowledged in a signed separation agreement from May 2018, the group’s former Director of Recreation Abby Billips used the group’s credit cards to purchase at least $6,503 worth of non-work-related items.
The Station’s attempts to reach Billips were unsuccessful as of publication.
Thirty years ago, when Mike Holley asked his then-neighbor Alan Heath to play golf in the frigid cold before the Chicago Bears faced off against the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XX, Heath asked him if he was crazy.
Frankfort native Nicole Benedetto Houlihan married her high school sweetheart, Pete, in May 2019. The two were 2010 graduates of Providence Catholic High School.
It was supposed to be the greatest year of her life with the summer wedding with the one she had been dating for 10 years. But the second half of 2019 took a turn.
A 17-year-old Frankfort resident faces unlawful use of a weapon charges after another Frankfort teenager was fatally shot Sunday, Nov. 4 while the two teens were handling a loaded revolver, the Frankfort Police Department confirmed in a statement on Tuesday, Nov. 6.
Officers responded to the 19900 block of Lily Court at about 6:13 p.m. Sunday in response to a report of a male juvenile with a gunshot wound to the chest, according to the release. The 17-year-old victim was transported to Silver Cross Hospital via ambulance and later pronounced dead by medical staff.
The owner of Parmesans Wood Stone Pizza was arrested Friday, March 13, after allegedly recording inappropriate videos of female employees at the Frankfort restaurant, Illinois State Police announced Saturday, March 14, in a news release.