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The Illinois Department of Public Health announced Monday, March 16, the first reported case of the coronavirus in Will County, according to an email sent by the Will County Health Department & Community Health Center.

The IDPH announced that a 54-year-old man, currently isolated in a hospital, is Will County’s first positive case of coronavirus, according to the email.

A spokesman for the Will County Health Department would not release the name of the hospital where the patient is currently isolated.

Nuria Mathog

Lincoln-Way East senior running back Devon Williams knows that as long as he is on the same team as AJ Henning, he is not likely going to be the focus of an opponent’s defensive game plan.

That is just fine with him.

“Honestly, defenses don’t even really mention me,” Williams said. “I’m still kind of in the background. “But, hey, I’ll go with it. I’ll take it.”

Williams certainly warrants plenty of attention, especially after the show he put on Friday, Sept. 6.

Steve Millar

When Carl Allegretti attends Super Bowl LIV, it will be his tenth time at the NFL’s title game. After last year’s trip, he decided he wanted 2020’s game to be about family. He bought six tickets and booked hotel rooms so he could bring his wife, two sons and their significant others.

But after the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Tennessee Titans 35-24 on Jan. 19, Carl won’t need one of his tickets.

Steve Millar

A Frankfort resident spoke out against the location of a proposed Matteson casino adjacent to Frankfort during the Frankfort Village Board’s Oct. 21 regular meeting. 

Earlier this month, the Matteson Village Board approved the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma’s plans for a casino that would be developed at the corner of Lincoln Highway and Harlem Avenue in Matteson. The project would include features such as a high-end restaurant, a 200-room hotel and 36,000 feet of convention
space. 

Nuria Mathog
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

Lincoln-Way East hadn’t lost a game since 2016. 

With a streak like that, it was easy to understand the raw emotion as the Griffins football team headed off the field Saturday, Nov. 17, for the final time in 2018 one victory short of a return trip to the IHSA Class 8A state final. 

Nuria Mathog

If you have been to a Lincoln-Way East football game over the last several years, you have likely heard the voices of Richard Anderson, Bill Pradzinski and Thomas Trojniar. 

They are the three octogenarians who are consistently leading cheers from the stands. The ones yelling, ‘Who let the dogs out?’ after a big play by the Griffins.

Steve Millar

Village hopes to sell board-owned homes in downtown district

For someone looking to move into the Village of Frankfort — or someone interested in a rustic looking home — it may be the deal of a lifetime.
Two Village-owned homes are for sale in the downtown district, and the price could be as low as $19.99 to start.
Yes, that’s right.

Jon DePaolis

FRANKFORT

Pete Mitchell’s Bar & Grill

(21000 Frankfort Square Road, Frankfort; (815) 464-8100)

6-8 p.m. Wednesdays: Free N’ Fun Bar Game. Free to play.

ORLAND PARK

Traverso’s Restaurant

(15601 S. Harlem Ave., Orland Park; (708) 532-2220)

5-7 p.m. Mondays: Free bar bingo

TINLEY PARK

350 Brewing

Nuria Mathog

A vehicle reported stolen from a Frankfort address on Jan. 3 was recovered five days later by the Frankfort Police Department. 

Frankfort Deputy Police Chief Kevin Keegan said the vehicle, a black 2019 Ford Expedition, was stolen from the 100 block of Hickory Street. The resident told police the vehicle was left unlocked with the keys inside, and video surveillance in the area showed the vehicle had been taken around 3:05 a.m. Jan. 3.

Nuria Mathog

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