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The Will County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in identifying two men who allegedly attempted to rob a Frankfort resident at gunpoint on April 9.
A 21-year-old Frankfort man contacted deputies at around 4 p.m. April 9 to report the incident, which he said took place on a walking trail roughly 150 yards from the intersection of Thistle Lane and Arran Drive, according to Will County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson Kathy Hoffmeyer.
A member of the Frankfort Village Board of Trustees announced today that he has officially resigned from the position that he held on the board for 14 years.
A Markham resident faces criminal charges after allegedly keeping a loaded firearm in his vehicle without a valid license Feb. 29.
Samuel Tutwiler, 20, of 16504 Kedzie Ave. in Markham, was charged with felony aggravated unlawful use of a weapon and a misdemeanor charge of illegal possession of ammunition. He was also cited for allegedly driving with one headlight.
The Frankfort Police Department charged two Orland Hills residents with retail theft on March 11 after the individuals attempted to steal items from Mariano’s, located at 21001 S. LaGrange Road, Frankfort.
Jackie R. Sweis, 37, and Rehab B. Sweis, 56, filled a grocery cart with assorted items that totaled more than $260, said Kevin Keegan, deputy chief of the Frankfort Police Department. Rehab went to a cashier and made a purchase of “just a small item” while Jackie waited by the exit doors with the cart, Keegan said.
If the first drive of the season is any indication of what is in store for the 2019 season, Lincoln-Way East will be playing long into November.
The Griffins went 76 yards on the opening possession and capped it off with a 6-yard touchdown run by senior running back Devon Williams en route to a 30-7 Week 1 drubbing of Stevenson on Friday, Aug. 30, in Frankfort.
He’s set fires, rode a Harley Davidson and smashed an expensive bottle of alcohol during his sermons. Now, Pastor Billy Knott hopes to do much more to bring ordinary people back to church.
Knott said he has fulfilled what he feels God called him to do by opening his own nondenominational church in Frankfort, dubbed Revolution Church. The church’s first service will take place Sunday, March 2, at the Founders Community Center, 140 Oak St.
St. Anthony Catholic Church in Frankfort has offered the community two recreational ice rinks for more than half a decade.
The first rink, which was put together in 2009 by the father-and-son team of Jim and Matt Domzal, was predominantly used for pick-up hockey games, so a second rink was installed in 2010 for smaller children and figure skaters.
It has been a huge success for the members of the parish and their families.
A shop that recently opened in downtown Frankfort aims to bring a personalized touch to residents’ homes.
Simply Home Again, located at 115 Kansas St. in Frankfort, celebrated its arrival in the community Thursday, July 18, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and grand opening.
New Lenox resident Jamie Okon, who runs the store with her husband, Ron, said the couple’s friends owned a shop called Simply Home in Oregon, Ill., and the Okons were inspired to create a sister store in Frankfort, which they thought would be a “great location” for the new business.