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Bryan Jurgovan has always loved fishing.

It was a passion that began when the Frankfort Square resident was a young boy growing up in Posen. He would accompany his father, Ron, and his brother Kevin out to the lake, and when he became a father, he continued the tradition with his own children. 

Nuria Mathog
Once rivals in the Lincoln-Way system, two friends and recent graduates will again become rivals on a bigger scale.
Amanda Stoll
A Frankfort man was arrested after he allegedly downloaded thousands of pornographic images of children, according to the Will County Sheriff’s Office.
Kirsten Onsgard
The Blacksmith Corner townhomes are taking shape in the heart of downtown Frankfort, with the skeleton structure of the residences starting to show.
Nuria Mathog

The Village of Frankfort Board of Trustees voted Monday, April 1, to settle a lawsuit from a Frankfort Police Department officer who alleged she was forced to go on involuntary leave because of a lack of adequate accommodations as her pregnancy progressed. 

Nuria Mathog

Jeffrey LaMorte Salon & Day Spa celebrated a milestone anniversary last month: 25 years of business in the southwest suburbs. 

A celebration was held on March 11 at the Frankfort location to give a hand to the many employees and clients who have stuck by the company over time. 

When Jeffrey LaMorte Salon and Day Spas first opened in Frankfort, the business had nine employees. Now there are more than 130 employees among the three locations in Frankfort, Orland Park and Lemont. 

Nuria Mathog

The Will County Sheriff’s Department is investigating “financial discrepancies” within the Lincoln-Way Central High School Athletic Department, according to a press release from the district Monday, Aug. 19, evening. 

The department was notified by D210 officials, who reportedly found the discrepancies while developing the annual budget. After the issue was flagged, the release says, officials tapped an independent investigator whose review led to the resignation of a single Lincoln-Way D210 employee.

22nd Century Media Staff

Connor Kubik did not want his opportunity to take over as the lead running back for Lincoln-Way East to come about the way that it did, but the junior was ready to step up when called upon.

After senior Devon Williams was injured on the first play from scrimmage, Kubik rose to the occasion by running for 141 yards on 14 carries as the Griffins cruised to a 40-0 win over Plainfield South in their Class 8A playoff opener Friday, Nov. 1.

East (10-0) now awaits a second-round game against the winner of the Saturday, Nov. 2 game between Notre Dame and Barrington.

Steve Millar

From high school to college, Nick Allegretti has dominated on the gridiron. Now, the Lincoln-Way East graduate hopes to make it to the top of the mountain: the National Football League.

The 2019 NFL Draft will be held April 25 to 27 in Nashville. Some experts’ mock drafts predict Allegretti will be taken in the late rounds, while others have him going undrafted.

Allegretti is capable of playing several positions on the offensive line, but said most teams are interested in him as a center.   

Steve Millar
Brandon Davidson’s love for Culver’s dates back to his very first bite of the fast food chain’s Deluxe burger. “I eat that every day,” Davidson said. “That’s what I ate the first time I went to Culver’s.” From that point on, Davidson’s story took a different turn.
Rebecca Susmarski

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